Thursday, May 29, 2014


This is the sound we are crushing on this week. After a hiatus that has lasted well over 12 months, the "Blowing Ashes" crooner is back with a motivational song for our eardrums.

"Push On" released last Sunday shows Gee Reign as an artist and producer who is ready to face whatever situation he finds himself and the industry in. He does not worry about it but pushes on because he does it for the 237 and not the money.  If you are ready to put salt in his pap, you berra watch out and leave him alone!

Enjoy the track here...

Na situation make njanga e back bend right? So let's all just keep pushing on...! Read more about Gee Reign from our past post here.

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Monday, May 26, 2014


POM Radio Extra is a Cameroon led online radio hub based in London, U.K catering to all the lovers of African music. The radio in operation since July 2013 under the name of POM Radio U.K is broadcasted from the U.K, Republic of Ireland, and the U.S.A.

Recently, the radio has been undergoing some re-branding and restructuring with a re-launch scheduled for June 1st 2014 unveiling with it a brand new website The radio’s mobile app can be freely downloaded from iTunes for Apple users, from Google Playstore for Android users and can be found on TuneIn Radio app for Blackberry and Windows mobile users. 

Programs to watch out for include The Request Show (TRS), Focus On, Top10 Countdown, Kokoriko Praise and Late Night Talk among many others. The Request Show(TRS) will be a live broadcast program where listeners can call in or text in their shout outs and/or song requests to their loved ones around the world. Focus On is a program where artists and other music personnels are interviewed live on the show. The Top10 Countdown is a program that presents the hottest and most requested/popular songs of the week on the radio. Kokoriko Praise is a midnight/morning devotion program for everyone from a Christian background. 

Artists who would like their songs to be aired on the radio can do so by contacting and also any individual or company that would like to advertise on the radio can contact .

For more info check out:
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The One Day Movement campaign has been going on online taking over Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for a few weeks now. What is the essence and aim? The One Day Movement is a campaign to create awareness to every dreamer out there, giving them a powerful message of Hope. The idea of the movement is the brainchild of rapper Nabil Fongod popularly known as Nabil4real or Nabstar.

The core message of the campaign is communicated by everyday people posting pictures of themselves with their one finger raised in the air symbolising determination, reassurance and a strong believe that ONE DAY, they shall all realise their dreams.

The movement which was created a month ago has drawn over 1000 pictures from supporters across the globe revealing how much people love and relate with hopeful messages. With the sudden growth of the One Day Movement campaign, Nabil has had the privilege of displaying pictures of One Day poses in the prestigious Stadelejik Art Museum in Belgium.

The long awaited OneDay single was performed live and heard for the first time in Brussels, Belgium last Saturday, in a blowing performance by Nabstar and his 3rd World Survivor crew at a concert alongside Nigeria’s Bracket. Subsequent to this, the long awaited OneDay single will be released in Cameroon on the 5th of June and on the 6th of June in the UK and worldwide. 

Follow the movement online through the hashtags on the image.

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Thursday, May 22, 2014


He is just a cool kid who loves to sing with the dream of developping and exporting the "CameRnB" sound; a unique Cameroonian approach he is adopting and mastering to the Rythmn & Blues we all know and love to listen to.

After the love filled "Molo Molo", ACE brings us "Ndjoka (C'est La Mort)" a slow party anthem enough to make us leave our worries on the side and get on the floor to dance the night away. This track is strictly for those who wanna get their groove on! Here it is...we love to share!

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Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Fresh from his career boosting MTV Award nomination last month, starboy Stanley Enow has yet again received another nomination on 2 categories at the Afrimma (African Muzik Magazine Awards) scheduled to take place this summer in the USA.

It has surely been a very active 2014!

The announcement revealed early this morning features Stanley on the “Best Newcomer” and “Best Male Central Africa” categories alongside acts including Fally Ipupa and Sine also from Cameroon. Also on the nomination list is Gasha who features on the Best Female Central Africa category. We are wishing all of them luck!

To vote Stanley Enow , Sine and Gasha  at Afrimma, please go here:

To vote Stanley Enow for Best New Act at MTV, please go here:

Follow/use the #VoteStanleyEnow hashtag dedicated to the MTV voting.

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Facebook: Stanley Enow Official

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Tuesday, May 20, 2014


The National Day is a holiday in Cameroon celebrated on 20th May.

Why you may ask? Well, Cameroon has no single date of independence because the United Nations Trust Territory known as French Cameroun achieved its independence from France on 1 January 1960, while the British Southern Cameroons changed status from a Trusteeship under British administration to a federated state within Cameroon on 1 October 1961. The government chose 20 May as Cameroon's National Day to commemorate President Ahmadou Ahidjo's abolishment of the federal system of government and creation of a unitary country in 1972.

Even though it is considered a holiday, children all over the country go to school and celebrate the National Day usually by singing, carrying out parades or marches across the different parts of the various cities and towns and a speech is made by the President and other important personalities.

Today we revisit a post we did back in 2009 here and ask the renowned blogger and activist Dibussi Tande what 20th May means to him. This is what he had to say…

"As far as I am concerned, 20th May, is yet another occasion to shield Cameroon's true history from its children, another attempt by the state to erase our collective memory. In February this year, President Biya led a week-long celebration in Buea celebrating the golden Jubilee of the independence of the French Cameroons on January 1 1960 and the reunification of the British and French Cameroons on October 1 1961. If we really cared about the true history of Cameroon, then these would be the days that the country would be celebrating, not May 20th which practically everyone concedes was the culmination of French Cameroon's assimilationist agenda on the former British Cameroons. So to me, 20th May is just another day on the calendar."

So we are all choosing or not choosing one way or the other to celebrate or not celebrate this is our freedom to and we should fully respect each other for that. To those who are celebrating, happy celebrations! Happy National Day!!

*excerpts from Wikipedia

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Saturday, May 17, 2014


Sevilla FC and Cameroon National Football team midfielder Stephane Mbia today showed off his Europa League medal on his official Facebook Page with the caption "Campeones!!! Champion d'Europe 2014!!! C'est pas du chocolat"

Really!! Ce n'est pas du chocolat indeed and we know tu ne donne aucun lait! Celebrate papa, you deserve it!!

We also hope for a similar jubilation at Brazil 2014, are we dreaming here on DC? Non! L'impossible n'est absolument pas Camerounais!!

Happy weekend...

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Monday, May 12, 2014


Song & Laurence Fotso
At a media breakfast conference today held at the Mont Febé hotel in Yaoundé, the national team management headed by the German coach Volke Finke (although absent), published a list of 30 names of those pre-selected to start the training in preparation for Brazil 2014. Those who made the list are:-

Gardiens de but
1-Charles Itanje
2-Ndy Assembe
3-Njock Sammy
4-Feudjou Loic

1-Nyom Allan
2- Cédric Djeugou
3-Dany Nounkeu
4-Chedjou Aurélien
5-Nkoulou Nicolas
9-Bong Gaétan

Milieux de terrains
1-Éyong Enoh
2-Makoun Jean II
3-Matip Joël
4-Mbia Stéphane
5-Nguemo Landry
6-Song Alexandre
7-Loe Raoul
8-Sally Edgar

1-Eto'o Fils Samuel
2-Choupo-Moting Éric-Maxim
3-Moukandjo Benjamin
4-Aboubakar Vincent
5-Webo Achille
6-Idrissou Mohamadou
7-Olinga Fabrice

1-Bagnack franc
2-Zock Guy Christian

And that’s it. What would this team choice bring us? How far will we go in this tournament considering we are in the same pot with the host team, Croatia and Mexico? Who will emerge our best player? What saga will emerge from this tournament? So many questions but we hope only the best will make the cut and Cameroon will go to top what we did at Italia 1990! #YesWeCan

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About 2 days ago, the online Cameroon community was buzzing for a whole different reason.

It was reported that a young policeman shot and killed his young wife during a domestic row over the latter not spending the night at their matrimonial home.

The deceased

The deceased named as Barbara Efioh was arguing with her alleged husband Vincent Efioh at her place of work at the CFC in central town Yaoundé. As the argument heated up and fearing that he was about to lose his wife through divorce, Vincent apparently drew out his gun and shot at his wife. He then followed to shooting and killing himself too.

Through the reaction of those who knew the couple, the husband has been painted as an unfaithful control freak who requently beat his wife. The wife apparently had had enough and had decided to leave him. According to the news, she spent the night at her sister's place and was ready to divorce her husband. Apparently both had no children in the marriage and were originally from the South West Province.

What an awful tragedy this is, 2 lives lost at a blink of an eye. May they both RIP.

Image taken from Facebook with permission.

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Saturday, May 10, 2014


The basement floor of a top Kensington hotel in London was buzzing with high security last night because the floor was to be the host to a number of very very important guests. It was also a very important day for the London Cameroon governing body as they received a grand entourage that was made up of His Excellency Philemon Yang, the Prime Minister of Cameroon and 9 of his Ministers included on the list Bello Bouba Maigari; Minister of State for Tourism and Leisure.

The aim of the event was to discuss and encourage trade and investment partnerships in Cameroon from the United Kingdom. Over 150 guests which included past workers at the High Commission, contributing/collaborating Cameroonians in the UK and business owners on an invite only basis turned up to meet the Prime Minister and his government and also to have their questions answered on specific Cameroon related items. 

The event which was better planned and coordinated than usual kicked off slightly later than planned with the welcoming of the PM and the member of the panel. The British and Cameroon National Anthems were sung followed by a short song and prayer. The floor was then opened by the Cameroon Forum leader Mr Chris Nasah whose speech touched on the purpose of the gathering as well as specified a few listed items to be added on the discussion - for example dual citizenship. Through him, we were also informed that the UK High Commissioner was voted the UK's Best African Ambassador 2014. What an honour!

Following Mr Nasah's speech immediately was the UK High Commissioner; H.E Nkwelle Ekaney who thanked the guests for their support and patriotism. The Prime Minister followed suit, welcoming the guests again before urging them to be faithful to and mindful of their attitude towards the country. He then embarked on a list by list success items of what the Cameroon government had done / been doing since his last visit a few years back. These successes include the opening of more higher institutions in Bamenda, Limbe, Nkongsamba, the building of 3 hydro electric dams to ease the electricity issues, roads being built including the Douala/Yaounde and Bamenda/Mamfe/Ekok roads and the creation of an anti corruption court and a national agency for financial investigation to curb the corruption level in the country. 

Closing his speech, the Prime Minister again reiterated the importance of a positive attitude towards Cameroon. He stated that Cameroon is not perfect, there is no such thing as a perfect society but that there is a vision and if we all work collectively, Cameroon would emerge by 2035. A question and answer session brought the gathering to a close at 20.45pm and this was then followed by a short reception and mingling.

Overall, there has been an improvement on the coordination and planning side of these gatherings albeit a small glitch on the door with a staff who was rather rude and unprofessional. On the interaction side with the social media platform, there needs to be more of an overhaul to ensure that the government/High Commission are adequately using this platform to improve relationships with Cameroonians as well as improve the face of the country.

These are some suggestions by Douala based communications/marketing agency ModeMaison PR that could have improved the night...

  • A booklet on the event should have been made and placed on every seat. This would have enabled the guests to better familiarise themselves with the Ministers on the panel as well as the invited entourage. It would have also better communicated the success items from the country which the Prime Minister listed.
  • Media introduction/interaction - the Prime Minister and his entourage should have had at least a 30 minutes briefing/interaction with the invited media/bloggers at the event. 
  • Pre event press release - the communication department of the High Commission should by now be very friendly with the media/blogger representatives in the UK who cover/blog on Cameroon. These reps should have been sent a press release detailing the event as well as providing them with a series of media practise on the night which should have included the event hashtag to track the visibility after the event.
  • Being on the basement floor, mobile network coverage was non existent. To enable the media/bloggers to effectively tweet and Facebook on this event, complimentary Wifi access should have been sorted prior to the event and made available on the floor.
  • To enlarge the visibility of the event and being such an important visit and purpose for the nation, a live stream should have been arranged so those who wanted to take part out of the invited guests could have done so. Also, it would have enabled bloggers and media reps out of the invited to be able to watch and post live thus creating a trend for the event online.
  • Post event press release - this should be sent no more than 5 days after the event together with clear images.

There is a lot to be learned and improved still and one of the biggest part is the communication handling. A few images from the night below...



Prime Minister Philemon Yang in the middle


Chris Nasah

H.E Nkwelle Ekaney



Prime Minister in the middle with Bello Bouba to the left


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Wednesday, May 7, 2014


Hello DC readers, here is what is new in the 237 entertainment scene...

In a release of his new track on May 1st with a club preview in Frankfurt on May 2nd, Jovi's "Cash" reveals yet again why this talent is considered as Camer's own lyrical rapstar. Listen to the track below...

If you have not yet heard his "Kankwe Vol 1" 2014 EP, check and download it here...

I would have loved to bring you the artistic new video for Tiana Gah-Ndo aka Gasha's new single entitled "Faya Di Burn" however there has been some controversy surrounding her sudden demise from her record label. No explanation has been given as to why the separation occurred but following a press release by the label Stevens Music Entertainment LLC, it seems an amicable conclusion is what they are after. We wish them luck as they negotiate and prepare for their future lives without each other.

The long proclaimed queen of Bamenda aka Naomi Achu has today released a pop arty video for her single "It's My Life." Watch it below...

Maryland based Vreezy Ville also released a short teaser to the video for "Olopyto" which will be released fully soon. Watch it below...

A new discovery for us is this Buea based Afro crunk artist named Yung Time on a collabo with female MC Mihney on this track entitled "Wash Hand". The video was shot and put together by Nkeng Stephens. Watch it below...

And that is it from us today!
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