Sunday, March 23, 2014


Dear DC readers, we have just the right thing to close this day. This one is a subtle zouk inspired afro pop love song by Julio Tresor featuring the very soft and sensual voice of Lyse'K.

Is there that special one you don't want to live without, "Viens Avec Moi" is that kind of song that puts you in a  reminiscent mood.

"...Je me sens si mal mais je l'aime toujours...c'est mon mari..." c'est la vie n'est-ce pas? Life always seem to have a funny way of taking over. He/she may be no good but deep down you still love them.

Watch the video below...

And you can also listen to the track here.

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Hello all, Happy Sunday to you and we hope that whatever your plans are for today that they will be fulfilled.

So as you all should be aware, major things are happening in Cameroon. We are seeing/noticing many different and invaluable talents pop up which we know will definitely help to place our beloved country as a contender with the rest of those fast developing ones in Africa.

We (re) introduce you to Maison D’Afie a womenswear brand launched a few years back by Sarah Divine-Garba. After a small short hiatus which allowed her to “live” a little, the lady is back with a whole new look and a different collection dubbed “Mami Nyanga”. Oh yes, we are very ready for the nyangarisation aren’t we?

Their new autumn winter collection is a subtle romance between “street couture and tropical flavours giving rise to a few essential classic items.  The collection is made of 8 interchangeable pieces suitable for any occasion. The idea here was to achieve much with less.

She surely remained true to her brand by infusing tribal accents into the designs with the use of colour and embroidery of tribal art. Most of the work is artisanal with a lot of attention put into the cut.

Quality and practicality were the key drivers in her thought process. The collection features customised prints in silks, and polyester and there is indeed a pick for every lady.

See the collection here...

The lookbook is also available at:

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Wednesday, March 19, 2014


It's about that time, you know how it is...Stanley Enow is back yet again and has given us more than a little njangsang with this banger of a remix...

Pheew, so it's certainly been a whirlwind 8 months for starboy Stan since the official release of “Hein Père” video shot by the renowned videographer Shamak which has seen him on a steady journey upwards. During this period Stanley has won awards, met the first lady of Cameroon, sang in front of thousands of spectators, broken records and travelled afar to engage with his fans outside Cameroon.

So as we anxiously wait for the official release of the follow up video for released track “Tumbuboss Deluxe” after its teaser last month, the artist has teamed up with South Africa’s fastest rising rap act F.A.B in a remix which puts yet again the debut single on centre stage and gives Cameroon another boost as a contender in the African entertainment industry.

Wait...if you have been on planet Mars these past months, let us fill you in that “Hein Père” by Stanley Enow currently stands at nearly 415,000 views on youtube; a first and a huge record for a Cameroon based artist. Bam!!

So here it goes...enjoy!!

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Monday, March 17, 2014


The British High Commissioner to Cameroon, H.E. Brian Olley hosted a Baka music performance and documentary 
projection at his resident in Yaounde on the 14th of March 2014.
The aim of the event was to promote the rights of the Baka pygmies and to lobby government as well as other development partners to help in protecting the forest which is the natural habitat of the Baka people as well the centre of their culture and livelihood.
The event was done in collaboration with a UK charity Global Music Exchange - GME also known as “One Heart” by the Baka people. According to the leader of the charity Martin Craddick “their objective is to raise awareness of the plight of the Bakas by showing people the beauty of the culture of these people who are loosing their home as a result of excessive forest exploitation and government forest policies”.
British High Commissioner to Cameroon, H.E. Brian Olley, in introducing the projection of the a the documentary produced by renowned BBC journalist Phil Agland said “though some work has been done by the Cameroonian government in the area of basic education to assist the Bakas, a lot is still to be done for these people often considered as second class citizens to regain their place within Cameroonian society”.
The guests at the event some of whom included Commonwealth Minister, Joseph Dion Ngute, Basic Education Minister, Mrs. Youssouf Hadidja Alim and the head of the UN system, Mrs. Najat Roshdi; were touched by Phil Agland’s film which focused on the effects of alcoholism, bad forest policies and human exploitation on the Baka people and their way of living.
Music and dance was also in the agenda with the guests of honour the Baka dancers and singers performing spectacular musical pieces for all those present.
Having worked with Martin Craddick on a show before, we must say he is doing a fantastic job for our indigenous people. Thank you Martin!
Source: UK Gov in Cameroon
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Sunday, March 16, 2014


Oh what a very sad sad day for us today March 16th as we learn of the passing of this legend, the socially conscious music artist Lapiro de Mbanga.

Lapiro aka Ndinga man real name Pierre Roger Lambo Sandjo used his music to speak out on the many challenges and obstacles faced by the people of Cameroon putting himself in great danger.

Recently released from prison where he was sentenced for his critic on the constitution change, Lapiro had made Buffalo, New York his home together with his wife and 5 of their 6 children.

We have truly lost a treasure. We are thankful for the music Mr Sandjo. Thank you for being a part of our childhood and adulthood - bref, part of our lives. We will mimba you...

A tribute from Dora Decca below...
"...Pourquoi gémis-tu sans cesse o mon âme? Réponds-moi. D'où vient ce poids de tristesse qui pèse aujourd'hui sur toi? ( L). LAPIRO DE MBANGA...Que ton âme repose en paix."


Sunday, March 9, 2014


Hello dear DC readers so what new stuff have we got for you today? Well only today 2 Europe based Camer artists - PBrodaz and Miss Lena released their new videos to the public.

Maryland based duo PBrodaz who are not new to the music scene released "Kokoriko" which also comes complete with its own dance style featuring makossa legend Petit Pays who recently has been reinventing himself again by collaborating with Camer's young urban stars.

What do you get when the old meets with the new? When Douala is fused with French and pidgin? "Kokoriko"!!! On danse Kokoriko ce soir?! Watch it below.

Belgium based Miss Lena, a protegee of Stanley Enow's Motherland Muzik has had a spectacular entrance into the Camer music scene. Her cover of the biggest Camer track of 2013 Hein Pere gave her the attention and recognition she deserves and also sealed her as a definite contender in our music industry. Her voice is unforgettable, a breath of fresh air and unique.

The video for "Give Me A Sign" shot by Adrenaline Studios in Cameroon is simple yet effectively conveys the love message of the song.

You can hit her on Facebook, Skype, Twitter...just give her a sign!! Watch the video below...

Sine is one of the Camer artists who had a very successful and rewarding 2013. Fresh from his stint before Hilary Clinton in the USA and his smashing collabo with Petit Pays, he is back yet again with another collabo and this time with "Zoblazo" crooner Meiway.

The track/video is entitled "Je Te Ya Mo" it below...

Is "je te ya mo" fast becoming the most used title of a song by Camer artists? Can you name us another artist who has used this title in their song?

And that's it from us today!
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Saturday, March 8, 2014


Across the world today March 8th, women (and men) of the world are celebrating the "woman."

As we also celebrate here on Dulce Camer we would like to take this opportunity to quote you this from Hon. Julia Gillard, the 27th Prime Minister of Australia. We hope it will inspire you all.

“International Women’s Day is our opportunity to reflect as women on how far we have come and what more we need to do to make sure women everywhere have the opportunity to write their own story.  Changing the world, like living your own life well, requires a sense of purpose, the courage to pursue it and the preparedness to risk the most public of failures. Nothing big was ever achieved by cowering.”

Here below are also 10 simple inspiring lessons put together by some women at the top of their game.

Read the full article here: 

Happy Women’s Day! Bonne fête a toutes les femmes!!

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Thursday, March 6, 2014


Hello DC readers, here is a free teleconference we would like to bring to your attention organised by these well known Camer ladies.

Each speaker on the day will present time tested tips to move your life forward from woman to woman, but daring men are welcome.

Dial-in Instructions:
To join this free teleconference use your country dial-in number and enter the access code when prompted. 

There’s no number for Cameroon, however if you plan to call from there you can use the USA number and incur the regular calling charges from Cameroon.

Participant Code: 284730#
Dial-In Numbers:
USA: (424)203-8405
Canada: (661) 673 8605
United Kingdom: 44(0) 330 606 0510
Ireland: 353 (0) 90 646 4160

Hope you get inspired, renewed and wired this Women's Day!
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Reigning buzzing rapstar Stanley Enow is fast becoming the biggest urban act of 2014 again as we see his popularity grow and grow right out of Cameroon.

Saturday 1st March in Libreville, Gabon the rapstar played to a packed audience of mostly female fans at the Grand Concert Love which also featured a host of their invited music guests.

Mister Kangwang Hein Père Starboy shows why he is a stage beast and a crowd pleaser. He thrilled his fans during this much hyped one day gig to the point of a few female fans collapsing on site. 

Despite all the challenge he has to face, Starboy Stanley presses on and does what he does best – getting his music across and getting his fans satisfied.

What he is about

The crowd

He does his thang!

The next step!

Get a taste of the video from the show below…

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Wednesday, March 5, 2014


One day since this cartoon skit was uploaded online by Les Ways De Mimi, it has been making rounds with almost 2,500 views. "Peter...Na Lie!!!" is a hilarious yet realistic portrayal of the long distance relationship culminating from the "bushfaller" girl encounter with a local "paysan" playboy.

Peter from Fiango typically deals with his sweetheart Esther who he "loves pass garri" and "pass ekwang." Esther wanted to change his life but instead it's her life that got changed for it and see for yourself!!

Lie nor fine Peter!

Monday, March 3, 2014


As the Cameroon entertainment industry shows signs of development in the right direction, competent management agencies are springing up behind the scenes to provide adequate professional support to the brands within the industry.

One such agency is ModeMaison PR, a public/press communications agency that also provides marketing, branding, rental/styling services to music, fashion, lifestyle, beauty and film brands in and out of Cameroon.

Two weeks ago, it was a celebratory mood all round as the buzzing Bonamoussadi based communications agency ModeMaison PR celebrated its first anniversary in Cameroon.

With a theme that was in celebration of the British high tea phenomenon - cupcakes, biscuits and patés, cakes were served with assorted teas that included Earl Grey, English Breakfast, Green tea, peppermint as well as hot canapés washed down with champagne at the luxurious LYNK Lounge in Bonapriso. The venue provided an excellent glamorous backdrop complete with sparkly chandeliers, well interiored chairs and excellent staffing.

Invited guests were representatives from the media, film, small business owners, urban artists which included Sophy Aiida, Vanessa Payge, Steveslil, Mr Leo, ModeMaison PR clients Daddyblack, Ciana and Hein Pere Starboy Stanley Enow who also performed on the night thrilling guests. Yet to be released VIRI the movie got a cheering from the guests signaling a big deal for the Cameroon film industry. The chief IT officer at MTN Cameroon was also in attendance to provide support to the initiative.

ModeMaison PR with the tagline of “WeBuzz, WeBrand, WeBuild” run by Cynthia Tabe and Karen Ayungwa primarily serves the showbiz industry with a commitment to changing perceptions, building a reputation and improving the overall image of the industry through collaboration a brand at a time. The agency also additionally provides event planning/management services for small/intimate events.

We are very thankful to be celebrating one year in Cameroon. We are also thankful to our guests for joining us on the night and thankful to the staff at Lynk for enabling us have our event as we imagined” states Cynthia.

The journey continues as ModeMaison PR also celebrates growing from 2 to 3 with a new member. The best is yet to come we see! Check out some images from the event below...

For more information on ModeMaison PR, go here --->

Twitter: @ModeMaisonPR
Instagram: modemaisonpr

And that's it! 
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