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On 22 May 2013
released her first single, "Toh Bad", under the Empire Mates Entertainment label.
was signed to Empire Mates Entertainment in 2012 as the first lady in the house.
Ogaga Sakapide of "Tooxclusive" gave the album 3 stars out of 5, adding: "Monotonous, tired club-beats, under-usage of
, too lengthy, are some of the adjectives or phrases that can be used to describe ‘Empire Mates State of Mind’.Wizkid,
and Wellington stood out from the pack; that said the album is pretty solid."
Eniola Akinbo (born December 9, 1985, in Lagos), professionally known by her stage name
, is a Nigerian recording artist, singer, songwriter and performer.
started her sojourn into music began in 2000, when she emerged runner up at the Amen Starlet Competition. In 2005,
began her professional music career and was briefly affiliated with eLDee’s Trybe’s Records, following that she put pen to paper on a production deal with Freestyle’s Make Sum Noise Entertainment. Niyola’s first three singles; Me n U (In da club), No more and Dem say were released under this imprint.
On June 26, 2014, 2face released the album's third single "Go" featuring Trinidadian soca singer Machel Montano. In June 2014, both artists performed the song at the 18th annual St. Kitts Music Festival. The music video for "Go" was released by 960 Music on December 5, 2014, and features cameo appearances from Seyi Shay and
The music video for the single, directed by Clarence Peters, was uploaded to YouTube on July 18, 2012. It features cameo appearances from Shaydee,
and DJ Xclusive. According to "Nigeria Trends", the music video was shot in a private jet and hanger. The music video for "Baddest Boy" has eclipsed the 1.2 million views mark on YouTube.
He followed that effort with several collaborations, including Falz’s song “Marry Me,” which won the 2015 Nigerian Entertainment Award for Best Collaboration, and on M.I. ’s “All Fall Down” a year later - as one of only two featured artists on the rapper's final mixtape. Other notable Poe features include with DJ Juls, Ice Prince, Seyi Shay, Reminisce, and
On 26 December 2013, Laoye was unveiled as the winner of the category of the Best Vocal Performance (Female) for her soulful ballad "Only You" in a strong field that included singers Waje,
, Seyi Shay and Zaina, at The Headies 2013 Award ceremony in Lagos, Nigeria.
Faze Alone is the debut album by R&B artist Faze. It was released in 2004 by Solomon Arueya's Westside Music Lagos Publishing rights rest with Westside Music. Guest artists and producers include OJB Jezreel, Cobhams Asuquo, Paul Runz and
"Good Good Loving" was released as the second single from the album. The song was produced by Spellz. The music video features cameo appearances from Damilola Adegbite, Wizkid, Boj, Lynxxx, Efya, ELDee, Skales,
, P.R.E, Shaydee and Masterkraft. The music video was illegally uploaded by GidiMp3Nigeria on July 21, 2013, but was taken down few hours later. "Good Good Loving" won Best R&B Single at The Headies 2013.
R&BW is the fourth studio album by Nigerian R&B artist Banky W. The album was released by Empire Mates Entertainment on February 14, 2013. It was supported by the hit single "Yes/No", which peaked at number 1 on the BBC Radio 1Xtra Afrobeat chart. The album features guest appearances from Camp Mulla, ELDee, Sarkodie, Sammy, Shaydee, Skales, Lynxxx,
, M.I, 2Face Idibia, Rotimi and Vector. Production was handled by Banky W, Cobhams Asuquo, Masterkraft, M.I, Spellz, Sarz and Samklef.
On July 9, 2014, 2face released a 30-second clip of all the songs on the album. On July 19, 2014, he held "The Ascension" album launch party at the Escape in Victoria Island, Lagos. Guests in attendance included Olamide, Tiwa Savage,
, Sasha P, Fade Ogunro, BOJ, Dammy Krane, Tola Odunsi, Ono Bello, Ehiz, Pucado, Jermaine Jackson, Peter Okoye, Onos O and Ruby. On July 23, 2014, MTV Base (in conjunction with Industry Nite) hosted an album launch party for 2face.
Wellington founded the record label in Albany, New York in 2002. During an interview with Beverly Bryan of MTVIggy.com, Banky W shed light on the formulation of E.M.E. He said he started E.M.E while studying at a local university in Albany. He also said he made money from singing to patrons of hair and nail salons in New York. In 2008, Banky W established E.M.E in Lagos after relocating there. In 2009, he signed Wizkid as the first act to the record label. Skales was also signed to the label in 2009. DJ Xclusive, Shaydee and
were all signed to the label in 2012. During an interview with Toolz on Ndani's TV's "The Juice", Banky W spoke about the signing process for each artist on the label. He signed
after hearing her sing in the bathroom at his sister's wedding. He signed Shaydee after the singer opened for him at a show in Ilorin. Wizkid and Skales' record deals with EME came as a result of their musical exposure.
Empire Mates Entertainment (stylized as E.M.E) is a Nigerian record label founded by Banky W in 2002. The label is home to recording artists such as Wellington himself, Shaydee and
. DJ Xclusive is the label’s official DJ. Producers associated with the label include Masterkraft, Jay Sleek, Cobhams Asuquo, Spellz and Samklef, among others. On June 18, 2012, the label released its first compilation album "Empire Mates State of Mind". In addition to establishing a record label, Banky W, Segun Demuren and Tunde Demuren established a production house, a publishing company known as Muzik Men Publishing, and a charity foundation known as the I-AM-CAPABLE Charity Foundation. On February 19, 2014, "Nigerian Entertainment Today" reported that Skales parted ways with E.M.E following the expiration of his contract. According to the reports, both parties met and reached an agreement. Wizkid left the label following the release of his second studio album and expiration of his 5 year contract.
A graduate of political science from Lagos State University, Ọ̀jọ́, Ruggedman started exploring music in 1999. He produced his own songs and released two tracks in 1999, both which were well-played on radio. Ruggedman launched himself into the music industry in 1999, eventually becoming the most featured rapper in Nigeria. His albums are all released on his personal label, Rugged Records. Ruggedman has performed worldwide alongside international acts like KC & Jojo, Guru, Sean Paul, Wyclef Jean, Akon, Wayne Wonder, Ja Rule, Kevin Little, Maxie Priest, Kanye West, LL Cool J, T-Pain, Nas, and Nelly. He has also worked with and featured many Nigerian and international artists on his albums, including Tuface Idibia, P-Square, 9ice, Flavour N'abania, Josh (from The Tatu Clan of Congo), M.I, Ice Prince, JJC Skillz, Jamaican Stylo G,
, George Nathaniel, Gerelyn,Morell, Da Grin, Chinaydu, Terry G, Mbryo, Funbi, Reminisce and Wande Coal.
A writer for "TayoTV" gave the album 8.5 stars out of 10, adding: "Being the Head of EME, I feel he [Banky W] has done a great job assembling this team, he has focused more on Wizkid thus not giving the rest of the crew equal attention. Weeezy [Wizkid] needs to cut down on the Jamo/Raggae theme and go back to the old Wizkid we fell in love with. He [Skales] needs to work on his bars if he really wants to be a rapper, as per singing he has proved himself. His [Shaydee] voice is unique as in one track he sounded like Slim and then switched it up in other tracks.
is no doubt the 1st lady of this camp."
Plyushch, Bukovsky, Glusman, Moros, Maria Seminoova, Nadeshda Svetlishnaya, Stefania Shabatura, Irina Klynets-Stasiv, Irina Senik,
Sadunaite, Anait Karapetian, Osipov, Kronid Ljubarsky, Shumuk, Vins, Rumachek, Khaustov, Superfin, Paulaitis, Simutis, Karavanskiy, Valery, Martshenko, Shuchevich, Pavlenkov, Chernoglas, Abanckin, Suslenskiy, Meshener, Svetlichny, Sofronov, Rode, Shakirov, Heifetz, Afanashev, Mo-Chun, Butman, Łukianenko, Ogurtsov, Sergeyenko, Antoniuk, Lupynos, Ruban, Plachotniuk, Kovgar, Belov, Igrunov, Soldatov, Miattik, Kierend, Jushkevich, Zdorovyy, Tovmajan, Shachverdjan, Zagrobian, Arikian, Markoshan, Arshakian, Mirauskas, Stus, Sverstiuk, Chandyba, Uboshko, Romaniuk, Vorobiov, Gel, Pronjuk, Gladko, Malchevsky, Grazis, Prishliak, Sapeliak, Kolynets, Suprei, Valdman, Demidov, Bernitshuk, Shovkovy, Gorbatiov, Berchov, Turik, Ziukauskas, Bolonkin, Lisovoi, Petrov, Chekalin, Gorodetsky, Chernovol, Balakonov, Bondar, Kalintchenko, Kolomin, Plumpa, Jaugelis, Fedoseyev, Osadchij, Budulak-Sharigin, Makarenko, Malkin, Shtern, Lazar Liubarsky, Feldman, Roitburt, Shkolnik, Murzienko, Fedorov, Dymshits, Kuznetsov, Mendelevich, Altman, Penson, Knoch, Vulf Zalmanson, Izrail Zalmanson, and many, many others.
Skales signed a record deal with Empire Mates Entertainment after meeting Banky W. in 2009. He released the singles "Mukulu" and "Keresimesi" simultaneously. Both songs were produced by Sarz and released under the outfit. The music video for the latter was directed by Clarence Peters and uploaded onto YouTube on 28 November 2011. Skales was one of the main acts on E.M.E's debut compilation album, "Empire Mates State of Mind" (2012). He collaborated with Banky W., Wizkid, Shaydee,
and DJ Xclusive on five ("Baddest Boy", "Get Down Tonight", "Sun Mo Mi", "Ko Mo Le" and "Change") of the album's seven singles. He also toured with some of the aforementioned acts on the EME US Tour, which kicked off on 4 July 2012 and ended on 2 September 2012. EME acts performed in several different cities, including Houston, Dallas, Toronto, Vancouver, New York City, Providence, Calgary, Atlanta, Washington DC and Chicago. Skales supported Wizkid on his tour of London in 2012. On 17 October 2013, Skales performed at the 2013 edition of Felabration, a yearly concert dedicated to the late Fela Kuti. In February 2014, The "Vanguard" reported that Skales left Empire Mates Entertainment following the expiration of his four-year recording contract. E.M.E executives felt they were not getting remunerated for investing in him and refused to renew his contract.
Toyin Lawani began her career at a very early age in her life, as an undergraduate at 16 she already owned a boutique and a mini supermarket . She started by giving fashion advice and styling her friends for events. She has since then developed her own styling outfit and grown become one of the most sought after stylists in the Nigerian Fashion Industry. As a stylist, she has worked with celebrities such as WizKid, Banky W,
, Tiwa Savage, Don Jazzy, Dr Sid, Wande Coal, D’Prince, Terry G, Mercy Johnson, Emma Nyra, Juliet Ibrahim. Trybe Records, 3LiveChicks, Waje, Stephanie Okereke Linus, Sean Tizzle, May D, Funke Akindele, SamKlef, Pasuma, Vonne Vixen, Tipsy, Iyabo Ojo, Toyin Aimakhu,Lami Phillips, AY the comedian, DJ Baggio, King Wasiu Ayinde Marshall, Korede Bello, LAX, Skales, Samklef, Mocheddah Olamide, Lil Kesh, Adekunle Gold, Style Plus, Denrele Edun, Goldie, Kenny Blaq, Blacky, Jazzman Olofin, Dare Art Alade, Fathia Balogun, Eniola Badmus, Senator Ben Murray Bruce, Senator Florence Ita Giwa, Madam Haba Folawiyo, Victoria Kimani, Emma Nyra, Toke Makinwa, Ariyike Akinbobola and other foreign superstars like Keri Hilson, Natalie Nunn, Ciara and many more.
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