Tuesday, November 11, 2014

DULCE HOT VIDEO > NJAMA NJAMA COW REMIX > STANLEY ENOW FT SARKODIE

Finally the day arrived, the day Cameroon met Ghana and two big giants in the African music industry stood and were counted in this hot collabo which can arguably be described as the biggest collabo this year in the Cameroon music scene.


Njama Njama Cow Remix with Ghana's Sarkodie just goes to show how far we have moved up thanks to Stanley Enow, and it seems we have not seen nothing yet! More hotshots to come our way!!

Without further ado, here is the video shot in Accra, Ghana by David Nicolsey...enjoy!


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Dulce
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DULCE LOVE SONG > E GO BETTA > MR LEO


Mr Leo is one artist we came to discover at the beginning of this year through his previous label No Hitz No Recordz and since then we had been anxiously waiting for the release of his sweet love song "E Go Betta" and for sure we have not been disappointed.


A joint collabo between directors Adah Akenji and Mr Adrenaline, we get the visuals to a sensual song that takes it right back to the roots of the the matter with 2  lovebirds who are ready to face whatever it takes to set their love alight. Watch and enjoy and be serenaded by the sweet vocals of Mr Leo!


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Dulce
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Monday, November 10, 2014

DULCE WOW > LADY PONCE LOOKING SVELTE!

Lady Ponce, the reigning queen of bikutsi has made a comeback that is ever so noticeable. Gone are the extravagant over the top styles (which has now been borrowed by the new star Mani Bella) and instead we see the Ponce looking ever so ladylike with a clean elegant and svelte appearance that is simple but so chic!

Gone too are the hair extensions and all over the place makeup, instead she has opted for a more natural hairdo with makeup that is just as minimal and natural.

We certainly love the new look Lady Ponce and applaud her for thinking about her image.

Check out this image she posted on Facebook...what do you think?


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Dulce
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Saturday, November 8, 2014

DULCE CELEBRATION > LIZ OTON RUNS THE NEW YORK CITY MARATHON FOR DAD!

Someone asked why I’m doing this and what inspires me.  Well, I think it’s easy to see that what brought me to this place was a desire to honour my daddy in a special and memorable way.  To show the world that his spirit lives on through me. I made a pledge to train and do this race and thus far, I’ve kept my commitment. And through each gruesome mile logged, my daddy has continued to watch over me from above.” This was the words of Liz Oton 19 days to the New York City Marathon in which she had challenged herself to do something worthy in remembrance of her late father Chief John AgborTabi.


Her training done, her spirits high, her entourage and family ready and at the front line to cheer her on as she ran 26.2 miles to the finish line. With just barely enough time to rest her tired legs and enjoy her medal for being courageous and determined, Dulce Camer was already knocking for a few minutes catch up with her.

DC: How did you truly feel before the race?
Liz: I'd never done a full marathon before so there was a tad bit of nervousness around pursuing a new challenge. But I was steadfast and devoted in my training. I went in confident that I'd done everything that I could in preparation. I decided to trust my training and to run happy, run strong! I decided I wouldn't give in to fear or negativity, that I'd stick to my training plan and worst case scenario, I'd finish - even if it meant crawling to the finish line! There, a medal awaited me and I couldn't let myself, my dad in whose memory I was running for, and all my myriad of supporters down.

DC: And after? 
Liz: I ran happy! I ran strong! I smiled all the way from the first stride to mile 26.2! I high fived all the spectators along 1st avenue (miles 17/18) and danced to "turn down for what" at mile 20! As I got further into the 20s I began to jump for joy and at each mile marker. It was my mini celebration of sorts especially as in training we only ran up to 20-22 miles! I was in awe of what was happening- what I was achieving with each stride. I thought about my dad all along and the countless people battling leukaemia. I thought about all the friends and family behind me and I couldn't have felt more emboldened! Crossing the finish was quite emotional and I cried but my general sentiment was of gratitude, accomplishment and hunger! Yes, all I wanted was a cheese pizza! Settled for a nice salad, quiche and lots of water instead!

DC: What contribution do you think you have made about the awareness of Leukaemia ?
Liz: I believe I've raised awareness in my community and circle of influence by speaking openly of my dad’s battle. As you know it's still very much taboo to speak of illness in the Cameroonian culture. I believe that only through dialogue and open communication can we stamp out diseases! I also believe that in running this race, I've shown that we as individuals hold tremendous ability to change the way disease ravages our communities. Every little bit counts so go out there and make a difference!

DC: What next for you? 
Liz: Right now, savouring my extra time since race training season is over. Enjoying time with my yummy hubby! And continuing in my attempts to make the world a better place and living a purposeful, inspired life. In a few weeks, I'll return to cycling (my true athletic love), and some more running. I'll start training for my next athletic challenges.

Undeterred by these challenges, it is certain we will see Liz Oton in yet another marathon soon! Her goal was to raise $5,000 but she exceeded that and her current fundraised amount stands at almost $6,500. Big cheers to you Liz! 

Some images for you below...







Well done again Liz!!

Would you still like to donate to Liz' challenge? Go here: http://pages.teamintraining.org/nyc/nyc14/runfordad

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Dulce
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DULCE NEW AUDIO > CHERIE COCO > WILLY BE


Chérie Coco laisse ça! Sample this one guys and girls from Willy Be of Manjong Group!


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DULCE NEW AUDIO > MAKOSSA > WAX DEY


Fresh from his activism campaign with the huge African wide collabo "Cocoa Na Chocolate", South African based Wax Dey is back on the scene with "Makossa"; a new track for our listening pleasure. Sample it below.


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Monday, November 3, 2014

DULCE FASHION > KIBONEN NY'S MERCEDES BENZ FASHION WEEK AFRICA COLLECTION

A few days ago, New York based Kibonen Nfi the designer behind the Kibonen NY womenswear and meanswear brand revealed on the catwalk of the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Africa her Multifarious collection from the New York show with added pieces to give a collection that was not only multi print (toghu print/Vlisco print/Geometric print organza) but also multi cultural to include her highland culture as well as a touch of Japan seen on her look 3.

Kibonen Nfi

The collection was luxe sport inspired with floaty relaxed pieces for both men and women. Here below are a few looks from the collection...






 Well done Kibonen!

Credit: Simon Deiner / SDR Photo

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Dulce
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Sunday, November 2, 2014

DULCE FASHION NEWS > ESPACE ANGGY HAIF RECEIVES MISS ILE DE FRANCE 2014

Espace Anggy Haif, the official boutique for the eponymous fashion brand who was also the sponsor to the Miss Ile de France 2014 competition will tomorrow welcome the winner Margaux Savarit at the Paris based store to receive her gift offered by the fashion brand during the contest.


Find out more about the Miss event below...


The event tomorrow is press only, sorry guys!!

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Dulce
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Sunday, October 26, 2014

DULCE STAR NEWS > THE FRENCH PRESIDENT MEETS OUR MANU DIBANGO

A veritable Camer Lion, our international star Manu Dibango who is holding a 3 day concert at the Musée du Quai de Branly in Paris in celebration of his 80th birthday today had the chance to meet the French President François Hollande who apparently turned up to watch him perform.

The photos posted by the Présidence de la République Française; the official page of the presidency on Facebook shows both of them in a warm convivial pose. Check them below.







What a true lion our daddy Manu is! Still going strong and determined in his music at 80, joyeux anniversaire papa!

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Dulce
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Saturday, October 25, 2014

DULCE DISCOVERY > ART TIME WITH SAMUEL DALLE


Not much is known by us about Samuel Dallé because we just only discovered him and he is a very talented painter representing Cameroon both on the national and international front and is also an Académie des Beaux Arts alumni - a Kinshasa based school devoted to the teaching of the arts founded by a Belgian catholic missionary in 1943.

We saw his paintings and definitely knew we had to let you all know what a creative mind we have from our Pays, how nice are we ;) Enjoy a few of his paintings below...and don't forget to share!







What do you think?

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Dulce
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Friday, October 24, 2014

DULCE PROUD MOMENT > BLACK COMMANDO > STANLEY ENOW + FUSE ODG + OLAMIDE


The Hour Black has finally come upon us where the joint collabo between MTV Base Africa and Guinness finally came to an end with the big reveal, the world preview on MTV Base, Canal 2 International and STV of the Black Commando video featuring our very own starboy himself Stanley Enow, Ghana's Fuse ODG and Nigeria's Olamide.

Held together by MTV hosts Ehiz and Vanessa Mdee in South Africa, the #MadeOfBlack party house was booming with live music peformances from the 3 acts as well as interviews with the Made Of Black ambassadors which also included Miss Cameroon 2013 Valerie Ayena and Phyno. The public was also involved with live postings of their Made Of Black declarations and their selfies.

The #MadeOfBlack campaign was all about positivity, believe, determination, motivation and success and they rightly chose the right music artists to front this great campaign. Below is a few backstage shots of the video making which was directed by renowned director Clarence Peters.








And here is the video...but first we want to thank Stanley Enow for flying the Green Red Yellow flag higher and higher. Enjoy!


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