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Examples of "skales"
In May 2014, Skales established his own record label, OHK music. The label is home to producer Drey Beatz and has affiliations with other music personnel within Nigeria. On 6 May 2014, Skales released "Shake Body" as the first single from his upcoming album. The song was produced by Jay Pizzle and its music video was released on 22 July 2014 onto YouTube. Skales promoted the song by announcing the Shake Body video competition. It was reported that Skales signed a record deal with Timaya's Dem Mama Records following his departure from E.M.E. In February 2014, Skales debunked the reports and said that he didn't sign with Dem Mama Records.
Skales has recorded over 200 songs and collaborated with numerous artists, including eLDee, Jeremiah Gyang, Banky W. and Knighthouse. His well-known songs include "Shake Body", "Mukulu", "Keresimesi", "Komole", "My Baby", "Take Care of Me" and "Denge Pose". Skales established his record label, OHK Music, after departing from Empire Mates Entertainment in May 2014. Skales' debut album, "Man of the Year", was released in 2015.
The music video for the single, directed by Patrick Ellis, was shot at Dowen College in Lekki, Lagos. Skales and Ice Prince made cameo appearances in the video
"Baddest Boy" is a song by E.M.E acts Wizkid, Skales, and Banky W. It was released on April 2, 2012 as the lead single from the label's compilation album, "Empire Mates State of Mind" (2012). A leaked version of the single featuring Wizkid and Skales surfaced on the internet prior to its official release. According to OkayAfrica, "Baddest Boy" is a banger with synths that resemble a heavily screwed “Akpako Master”. The song was produced by Legendury Beatz.
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, Niyola 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.
In December 2011, Skales was involved in a car accident along the Lekki-Epe Expressway. The car he was in ran into a ditch and somersaulted. The accident left one dead and three injured.
Wizkid became engulfed in rifts with several artists including his erstwhile boss Banky W and former label mate Skales. Other artists include Davido, Dammy Krane, Saeon, Tonto Dikeh, Samklef and blogger Linda Ikeji.
Tyrone produced DJ Xclusive's Kontrol remix (17) featuring W4, Ara remix featuring Brymo and No Time’ in the Album ‘According to X’ which featured May-D, Tillaman, and Skales.
As a recording artiste and singer-songwriter, she has worked with artistes like Skales, Rooftop MCs and Eva, as well as producers like Sess, Tintin, Coldflames, Dj Klem, Knighthouse, Micworx and Cobhams.
In the 8th century, several Phoenician colonies were founded, like Kart-Hadasht ('New Town'), present day Larnaca and Salamis. The oldest cemetery of Salamis has indeed produced children's burials in Canaanite jars, clear indication of Phoenician presence already in the LCIIIB 11th century. Similar jar burials have been found in cemeteries in Kourion-Kaloriziki and Palaepaphos-Skales near Kouklia. In Skales, many Levantine imports and Cypriote imitations of Levantine forms have been found and point to a Phoenician expansion even before the end of the 11th century.
In the 8th century, numerous Phoenician colonies were founded, like Kart-Hadasht ('New Town'), present day Larnaca and Salamis. The oldest cemetery of Salamis has indeed produced children's burials in Canaanite jars, clear indication of Phoenician presence already in the LCIIIB (11th century). Similar jar burials have been found in cemeteries in Kourion-Kaloriziki and Palaepaphos-Skales near Kouklia. In Skales, many Levantine imports and Cypriote imitations of Levantine forms have been found and point to a Phoenician expansion even before the end of the 11th century.
Skales was born and raised in Kaduna. He is the only child of his family. His stage name is an acronym for "Seek Knowledge Acquire Large Entrepreneurial Skills". He grew up in a Church setting, and became interested in music while at his mother's cassette store. He grew up with his mother, a single parent, who did menial jobs to nurture him. Skales met producers Jeremiah Gyang and Jesse Jagz while attending the University of Jos. Skales left the University of Jos his junior year and attended Lead City University, where he graduated with a degree in Office Management and Technology. While at the University of Jos, he partook in the Zain Tru Search Competition and won the competition's North Central region. His debut single, "Must Shine", was released to critical acclaim. In a 2013 interview with "This Day" newspaper, Skales described himself as an entertainer whose music is influenced by his surroundings. His 2009 release, "Heading for a Grammy", was inspired by Kanye West's "Jesus Walks". The experiences he was going through at the time helped shape the scope of the song, which is an ode to self empowerment.
"Tease Me/Bad Guys" is a song by Nigerian Afrobeat recording artist Wizkid. It was officially released on April 2, 2010, as the second single from his debut album "Superstar" (2011). The song was produced by Samklef. It features cameo appearances from Skales, Samklef, D'Prince, Ice Prince, M.I, Jesse Jagz, ELDee, Dr SID, Wande Coal, and Banky W.
In Cyprus, a donum is 14400 square feet (1337,8 m2). In the Republic of Cyprus older Greek-Cypriots also still refer to the donum, although this is gradually being replaced by another local Greek Cypriot dialect word, σκάλες ['skales], rather than the mainland Greek word stremma (equivalent to a decare). However, officially Cyprus uses the square metre and the hectare.
The 9th year the Nigeria Entertainment Awards celebrated and honored members of the Nigerian entertainment industry in New York, at the NYU Skirball Center for Performing Arts. Performances included those of Wande Coal, Praiz, Oritsefemi, the 'Sekem' master MCGalaxy, and the crowd pleaser ShattaWale. Also on stage were Patoranking, who performed his popular song "Girlie O", and Skales with his new single "Shake Body".
To promote the album, Olamide held an album launch party at Octopus Club in Yaba, Lagos. The launch party featured performances from Dammy Krane, Morell, Djzeez, Phyno, Phynom, Samklef, Skales and Lace. Prior to the album launch party in Yaba, Olamide held a concert at Mazabs Event Centre in Ilorin, Kwara State on March 21, 2013.
For the television series Ninjago:Masters of Spinjitzu, a species called serpentine, influenced by snakes and other similar reptiles, have legs. Only the generals have tails, notably Skales, Pythor P Chumsworth, Acidicus, Fangtom and Skalidor. For the 2015 series, a type of Serpentine called the Anacondrai all have tails. The minifigures with shorter legs also appeared within the creator, city, and other non-licensed themes.
In late 2011 he leaked a single titled ANYHOW produced by popular Nigerian producer Dr. Frabz. The song gained unprecedented followership online and on radio stations in Nigeria. Two viral singles followed shortly after; PA DA WA featuring Dr.Frabs and Skales, and Feel My Parol produced by Samklef.
His first full credit production work was for Lord of Ajasa's "See Drama" in 2007. He has produced tracks for Wizkid, Naeto C, Banky W, Skales, Shank, Reminisce, Goldie Harvey, eLDee, Wande Coal and YQ. He was formerly signed to Trybe Records, but left the outfit after his contract expired in November 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, Niyola, M.I, 2Face Idibia, Rotimi and Vector. Production was handled by Banky W, Cobhams Asuquo, Masterkraft, M.I, Spellz, Sarz and Samklef.