Sunday, March 1, 2015

THE LOW DOWN ON CANAL 2'OR AWARDS SOIREE AND PICTURES...


Let's start with that marriage proposal and that kiss, yes a live marriage proposal and a sensual kiss between presenters Kelly and Pascal Pierre which has turned out to be the very highlight of the show and guess what? It was all in the name of fun!!

The prestigious Canal 2'Or awards celebrated its 10th anniversary in style yesterday live from the Palais des Congres in Yaounde, the capital town. With many celebrities within the culture sector turning up from other towns to be appreciated and rewarded on the event dubbed the 10th Act, the event certainly lived up to a more polished and refined image  - different to what the viewers were accustomed to and the online community was available to ensure the event trended on hashtag #Cana2Or as we watched it live online as well.

It was not a 100% perfect but it showed that a lot of thought and work process had gone on behind the scenes and with the presence of  the first lady popularly known as Mama Chantou who was seen to be enjoying herself especially when Mani Bella was performing sealed a support which has certainly been uncommon before. 

The winners on the night included Michael Kiessou/NS Pictures for Tourner Les Reins video, Stanley Enow; the biggest winner of the night walked away with 2 awards for Best Newcomer and Best Urban Artist, X Maleya won Best Male, Coco Argentee won Best Female and Mani Bella won Best Song with Pala Pala beating Stanley Enow's Hein Pere. Performances on the night included Lady Ponce, Daphne, Coco Argentee, Mani Bella, Stanley Enow, Salle John, Marole Tchamba and Ebogo Emerent etc

The studio public could have been a tad more lively but it wasn't going to happen was it? They were as stiff as a dead body! Anyway, the official pictures from the event do not seem to be available yet and these below are what we could get our hands on through scouring Facebook! Take a peek!


Spying Larissa Ngangoum, Miss Cameroon 2014

Is it a funeral or entertainment show? Wake up people!

Mama Chantou with her prize

Pala Pala Mani Bella, Camer's Lady Gaga

Hein Pere Stanley Enow

Daphne

Dijay Pazzo, Gasha, Ebangha, Magasco

Presenters Souflane & Laura

Souflane & co presenter



Didier Kouamo and Stanley Enow

Gasha and mother

That kiss!!
For a full list of the winners, go here

That's it!

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Stay sweet
Dulce
xxx

NO WORRY ME VIDEO BY ASKIA IS OUT. WATCH IT HERE


After almost 3 months of waiting since the audio was released, Askia now signed under Mutumbu Records has finally released the video to No Worry Me; a gritty and hard video shot mainly in a scrap yard and building site by Terence Njimape.


Watch the new video below.


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Dulce
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Saturday, February 28, 2015

CAMEROONIANS MARCH TOGETHER IN SOLIDARITY AND FOR PEACE AGAINST TERRORISM

If ever the patriotism of Cameroonians was in doubt, this morning cleared all such doubts as one by one the 20th May Boulevard in Yaoundé was filled with boys and girls, men and women, young and old from all works of life as they gathered with one ideal in mind at the 'Grande March Patriotique' - to march for a peaceful unified Cameroon and in solidarity for our army boys and girls who are in the North fighting Boko Haram and laying down their lives (RIP to the fallen, we love you and we are forever grateful for your service to the country and its people) for peace to reign.

Here is how it happened in pictures courtesy of Thierry Ngongang and a few others.















Larissa Ngangoum, Miss Cameroon 2014, second left

Entrepreuners Olivia & Charles Wandji

Journalist Fonka Mutta

Rappers Pit Baccardi & Koppo

Jounalist Thierry Ngongang, middle

Imane Ayissi, fashion designer

Pic Of The Day

Rest in peace Captain Elvis Mbene Matute

Our heartfelt thanks to all those who showed up in Yaoundé today, we THANK you!!

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Dulce
xxx

Friday, February 27, 2015

MAY THE REAL NATHALIE KOAH PLEASE STAND UP!!

So the weekend is only a few hours away and just like you we are full of excitement...woohoo!! So before all that excitement creeps over us, we were watching a new video by a star group from our neighbouring country and it suddenly dawned on us how very similar to Nathalie Koah one of them seem to be.

Can you guess?! Okay so take a close look!


Our very own socialite Ms Koah shares an uncanny resemblance with Nigerian/Sierra Leonan and Lebanese mixed music artist and Mavins' second lady Di'Ja!! May the real Nathalie Koah please stand up lol!

Wishing you all a great weekend.

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Stay sweet
Dulce
xxx

Thursday, February 26, 2015

SEPT JOURS SUR SEPT SPIDO EST A FOND DANS LE GAME. WATCH THE NEW VIDEO HERE!!


The forerunner of Kwata Rap and proud Mambanda resident SPIDO proves his love for rap music through his song Dans Le Game. Following our past post here where we revealed he was working on a new video, the new release shot in his neighbourhood by Regis Talla and featuring his SMS crew members as well as rap girl Ciana is ready for our viewing.


C'est pas le yogoyogo, c'est pas la patate, c'est vraiment une grosse patte! Dans Le Game by Spido, top tune! Watch it below...


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Dulce
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HEINEKEN CAMEROON ENGAGES CUSTOMERS THROUGH A GLOW IN THE DARK AFTER WORK PARTY. READ IT HERE!


The Heineken brand is normally seen to be associated with football (Premier League) in Cameroon however, what we do not also see is that the brand is known to engage their customers through music and lifestyle around the rest of the world. 

For the brand's first activation of this kind in Cameroon, they partnered with CIRCA237 – Bee and Sophy (yes you guessed right they are also the girls behind makeup agency Uzuri Makeup Artistry) to present Heineken as a more sociable brand. The perception in Cameroon is also that Heineken is above the average beer price point. So the girls planned and actioned the Heineken BLACKOUT event which was held at Le Palais in Bonanjo, Douala. 

Heineken BLACKOUT was a glow-in-the-dark themed afterwork party where guests were treated to electro music mixed with Hip Hop and Afro Pop. Le Palais, which is a recently-opened cabaret was completely transformed with black lights, strobes and lasers to provide guests with a truly glow-in-the dark experience. The event took place on the 19th of February and was the first in a series of 4 events which will take place this year both in Yaoundé and Douala. 

To appeal to guests who either do not drink Heineken or beer at all, there were drinks specials and cocktails made with Heineken and other ingredients. Heineken also flew in 240 special edition Heineken Club bottles which glow under UV light from Holland. 

Guests were given glow-in-the-dark accessories as well as other freebies including Heineken wayfarer sunglasses. There was live body painting on a semi-nude model as well as plenty of memorable moments at the photo booth. 

Le Palais enjoyed a capacity crowd who danced the night away while enjoying Heineken. Enjoy the images below…


Brice Albin, Radio host














Sophy & Bee, Circa237









And there you have it, looks like fun fun fun!!

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Dulce
xxx