She is amazing, beautiful and captivating. She makes us look forward to each new day that we spend together. She goes by the name ‘Juliena Temitope Ali’ popularly called Oloori Jay, a business woman, mega real estate realtor, consultant, charity lover and a hustler. She believes that whatever a man can do, a woman can do even better.‘Juliena Tosin Ali’ is constantly on our mind, and not a moment goes by that we want to be apart. She holds the keys to our heart, and she deserves to know it.
After having a little interview with her, she explained to us how busy she can be and took us around showing us how she spends her daily life, check it out below;
If you reside in the Federal Capital Territory and it’s environs or at least Nigeria and most African countries then the name DJ KENNY won’t be new to your ear when it comes to stylish and recoupable impact on the turn tables, i myself have on many occasions witness the way he keeps his audience glued to their feet while jiving to the hits he gushes out one by one as he plays but the most amazing thing about how he play is that when its about time you think it’s over he will hit you hard with another good loving hit that would make you scream and probably forget that you were gonna go to the convenience, oh well before i finish all the nice things about him let me allow you the opportunity of knowing who he is proper below..
Kenny Emamode Ugbehe, popularly known as DJ Kenny, one of Nigerian’s hottest DJs, was born in Lagos Island. He grew up listening to a lot of blues, soul, jazz and indigenous genres, like juju, apala, fuji, highlife, funk, R&B, pop, disco and hip pop. He happened to collect a lot of early rap albums from Late 80′s and 90′s, and developed an interest in hip-hop and rapping.
Kennystarted his entertainment career as a dancer, known as skylolo but after a fruitless search, he began to assist one of the biggest DJ around his neighborhood, he started work of a DJ, with the support of his brothers. They helped him establish his DJ skills in one of his uncle’s night club (Mr Sweet) in Artillery Port Harcourt, which help him reach an eager audience who took to his “deejaying” skills and hip-hop in general.
DJ Kenny is revered for his role in setting the pace for hip hop music across his country; Nigeria, dating back from the early 90′s when he jumped on the scene in Lagos up on till this moment. DJ Kenny rocked and bopped heads at a lot of nite clubs and gigs dropping the latest hit on vinyl. At a point in Nigeria the only accepted forum for hip hop artistes to have themselves groomed, whilst engaging in lyrical battle was the ROAD BLOCK street Carnival pioneered by Dj Jimmy Jatt. Setting up speakers, turntables, amplifiers and microphones, young lads swarmed his studio like bees unto nectar begging for a life-line. No one had the slightest idea that Rap music was just on the brink of blowing up in Nigeria.
Hip hop gigs would later grew bigger in ’93 when Dj Jimmy Jatt, started hooking up DJ Raves in major university campuses across Nigeria, appealing to kids of the elites and hip hop disciples, Jimmy Jatt’s events became the Mecca of hip-hop, where heads all over the country converged.
DJ Kenny has also graced the same stages with Keri Hilson, Wyclef Jean, Kelly Rowland, Brandy, Deray Davis etc. He is also the official DJ for rhythm 94.7fm abuja, he also plays at CRAVE CUBANA which is the most luxurious night club in the federal capital…
He has played at gigs in African Countries, such as: Kenya,Ghana,South Africa and Dubai.
The first single “Worry” featuring LK Kuddy & GospelOnDeBeatz was heavily successful, enjoying heavy airplay and the music video is about to drop anytime soon…DJ Kenny has been nominated in the category: World Best DJ Of The Year at the 10th Year Anniversary NEA Awards (Nigeria Entertainment Awards)
Tim Jacobs, CEO MultiChoice Africa, and John Ugbe, Managing Director, MultiChoice Nigeria, explain the company’s Nigerian operations to journalists at the 2016 CNN/ MultiChoice African Journalist of the Year Awards held in Johannesburg, South Africa. PREMIUM TIMES’ Editor-in-Chief, Musikilu Mojeed, was there.