Double Release: Montess – Bring It 2nite (Prod. by Tee-Y Mix) and Prends Mon Coeur (Produced by Akwandor)

Afrima 2017 Winner, Montess, has dropped two singles titled “Bring it 2nite” and “Prends Mon Coeur”. Bring It 2nite was produced by Nigerian Producer Tee-y Mix. In the song Montess craves for more affection from her ‘boo’.Bring It 2nite, a reggae dancehall tune, composed and co-written by Jeeno. Prends Mon Coeur on It’s part is an

Cameroonian actress Syndy Emade is reportedly pregnant! – Miss Gina Promotes

Word on the street is that the Multi – Award wining actress Syndy Emade is pregnant. According to Valery Atia of Kamer Kongosa blog, the actress is visibly pregnant. He took to social media on Thursday 05/07/18 to congratulate the actress on her “Scoop Award” as “Best Cameroonian Actress” and he also revealed, the actress

News: Cameroonian Gospel Artist Charles Vumomsé Involved in a Fatal Car Crash In The U.S.A (Photos).

U.S. based multi-award winning and nominated African gospel artist Vumomsé was involved in a fatal car crash in Michigan, United States where he currently resides. Our sources confirmed that Vumomsé was checked in Huron Valley Hospital Commerce Township Michigan emergency department where he and his wife (who was riding with him at time of crash), received

“Men and women of God, enlighten your flocks on “how to pray”. Stop that “personality cult !!” – Merveille Onguenet Speaks Out!

The Voice Afrique 2017 finalist and gospel singer, Merveille Onguenet, took to her Facebook page to talk on her distress for Gospel Ministers and thier preachings. She called them “Facebook preachers”! She wrote: “Gospel”Ministers”, it’s not how much you shout that matters, “minister” from your heart not with your head. The Spirit is swift…” Below

New Videos: Banye aka Donbansoman Hits a Home Run Come Back with a Double Video Release (Day I Die & Chorkoh) | MissGinaPromotes

Banye is not a new name in Cameroon Urban Music Circles. One popular blog in Nigeria wrote this June 2018, “In 2012, if you hadn’t listened to Chorkoh by Banye, chances are that you were living under a rock. This Mboko Ghetto anthem was the first anglophone song to enter top Music Charts in Cameroon