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Singer Lami Talks On The Role Of Music In Movies

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Nigerian singer and actress, Lami Philips, has revealed she is in need of a new challenge in a movie.

Singer and actress Lami Philips.

Singer and actress Lami Philips.

The singer who is mostly remembered for her love song, Know, with MI Abaga has forayed into acting as well and she looks to be ready to take her craft notches higher in that respect.

Speaking to Pulse at the recently concluded African International Film Festival (AFRIFF), the entertainer highlighted the importance of music to movies and stage performances saying sounds have a way of influencing what an audience feels in a particular scene.

The music kind of detects how you feel in that particular scene. A really difficult part of editing a movie is deciding what music goes at what part of the movie, or what part of the picture. Even in musicals, even on stage productions, music plays a huge role,”she said.

Having acted in two stage plays all year long the singer is looking to break new grounds in that respect. But it’s got to be worth it in terms of content and depth.

She said: “I’m looking through scripts to decide what next. I need to make sure it’s a very good one. You don’t want to be the person in that film where they say ‘but why, should’ve just continued singing honey,’” she said.

Fans, critics and practitioners of the Nigerian movie industry gathered together for a harvest of the best of African films during the 5th edition of the popular AFRIFF which kicked off on Sunday, November 8 iand closed on Friday, November 13 in the nation’s entertainment hub with rotating screenings from Silverbird Galleria, Victoria Island, City Mall Cinema, Onikan and Genesis Duluxe, Lekki, Lagos.

The festival featured some of the best exports from the continent, while also spotlighting amateurs whose films have been celebrated on the global stage such as Festival de Cannes, France; Berlinale, Germany and Venice International Film Festival among others.

Organizers of AFRIFF 2015 were of the view that the festival, being domiciled in Nigeria, would afford Nollywood the opportunity of sharing artistic and business ideas with filmmakers from other African countries for possible collaborations, and this was indeed the outcome at the end of the day.

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Anita Joseph Blast BBNaija housemates over incessant ‘under sheet’ acts

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Nollywood actress, Anita Joseph, expresses concern over the incessant ‘adult scenes’ on the BBNaija ‘Level Up’ show.

Since the premiere of the season 7 edition of the reality show, more than three ‘under the duvet’ scenes have been recorded particularly from housemates, Khalid and Daniella.

She said having sex on national TV, dose not guarantee a win for the housemates, while adding that the secret to winning is just to be oneself.

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BBNaija’s Angel reveals what scares her the most about marriage

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The former Big Brother Naija season 6 reality star Angel Smith,

has revealed what scares her the most about marriage.

sleeping with your partner without protection, despite not knowing if their partner is cheating or not, is worrisome.

She wrote:  “I think the scariest part of marriage; FOR ME, is that you actually don’t really have a decision in terms of using protection, you expect your partner to be loyal but it’s many people outchea cheating on their partners without using protection.

“Like at least in a relationship outside of marriage I can choose to simply use protection throughout but like marriage sorta scraps that off the table and I am too much of a hypochondriac.

“I’ve seen too many bizzare stories of people infecting their husbands/wives with stds and I want no part AT ALL Lmfaooo.

“The story where the husband knew he had gotten hiv, gave it to his wife, she got really ill and he knew that was what the problem was, still didn’t tell her and then she found out when she was almost d*ing. It’s a no from meeee dawggg.”

 

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Tems makes first solo entry on Billboard Hot 100 chart

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Nigerian singer,  Tems’ hit song, ‘Free Mind’ which was released in 2020 as part of the singles for her EP ‘For Broken Ears’, debuted at No. 90 on the international music chart. has appeared on the Billboard Charts, following “Essence (remix)” ft. Wizkid & Justin Beiber, which peaked at No. 9, and Drake’s “Fountains, “Wait for You” featuring Future and Drake, also reached number one in the charts.

She won a BET award,  Terms also on Beyonce’s forthcoming album, and sang one of the theme songs on Black Panther 2.

She’s making Nigerian proud.

 

 

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