About 100 members of Boko Haram around 9.30pm yesterday June 1st attacked the EYN Church (Church of Brethren, Nigeria) at Attagara village in Gwoza LGA of Borno state killing 12 of the worshipers in the church.
According to Sahara Reporters, a senior security official confirmed the incident saying the men armed with guns stormed the church and opened fire on the worshipers. The source said the community members quickly mobilized and engaged the sect men in a battle which led to the death of 6 of the Boko Haram men.
Now without doubt the hardest working music label in the Afrobeats industry,UNG music with acts Kida Kudz and Yemi Rush have been releasing songs and videos after videos in 2014 . With Aje and Kill me videos dropped in the past month, the team has decided to release the long awaited official video for “beat it” featuring Ung’s Kida Kudz and Baddo aka Olamide himself .
The audio hit the airwaves a few months ago to a wonderful reception and now the visuals shot by the award winning director Moe Musa in London with appearances from the likes of D3 dancers and MoeLogo sees one of UK’s finest afrobeats star go toe to toe with MTV MaMa’s awards nominee Olamide aka Baddo.
Kida kudz continues his and Ung’s rise to the top of the music industry with well shot videos and dance floor tracks . With a good presence in Uk and Nigeria, It will not be long before these guys from Ung take over the Afrobeats scene completely but for now watch and enjoy the visuals to “Beat it” by Kida Kudz featuring Olamide.
Watch & Download Kida Kudz Ft. Olamide – Beat It
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As the year rages further into August, Nigerian artists continue to up their ante in fresh explosions of singles and videos; D’Prince, KCee and comedian Julius Agwu currently trend hot in the music charts.
D’Prince released ‘Journey of a thousand miles’ ft Don Jazzy and Wande Coal, KCee kicked up dust with his ‘Okoso’ and Julius Agwu’s ‘Rejuvinate’ can only tell he wants to make a strong comeback to his music career.
Listen to them here … D’Prince, KCee and Julius Agwu