Sledje is back, this time with a high-energy romp-fest of a video to his new club banger titled Redi. After a year break, in which he went to Canada to study Foundation Visual Arts and Design at Vancouver Film School, Sledje debuts his 1st video off his yet-to-be-named upcoming album.

Directed by Sledje under the pseudonym Collar Cray, the official video features lots of ladies having a fun time. The song is produced by Tunex and Sledje.

In 2012 Sledje released Oga remix, which was produced by Cobhams and featured vocals from Ade Piper, Vector and Cobhams. It enjoyed a fair amount of airplay on both radio and TV platforms.

With this new release expect more high-energy party starters from Sledje.

New music-Redi by SLEDJE


Sledje was born Kolawole Olaosebikan Ayoola on the 1st of December. He started honing his talent in 2005 as a rapper, eventually releasing the radio hit song “Oga Remix” which was produced by Cobhams and features Cobhams, Vector and Ade Piper. He has worked with super producer Cobhams Asuquo, Masterkraft and Sagzy. He has also released a total of three official singles.

He is currently a New Afro-beat singer and rapper, and he is released his new single titled “Redi” which is produced by Tunex and himself. He is currently promoting his new video, which is directed by Sledje under the moniker Collar Cray. The video displays high energy and lots of waist gyrating fun. His music is known for its subtle (and not too subtle) humour.

Sledje has a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Covenant University and a Diploma in Foundation Visual Arts and Design from Vancouver Film School, Canada

Download the mp3 here-

Nadia Buari Denies Going Back To Essien….

The pretty multi talented and award winning actress, Nadia Buari, has come out to deny the sensational media reports that she has settled her ripples with the Chelsea midfielder, Michael Essien.

News of the two former love birds making up through a purported amorous kiss went viral on the internet last week at the birthday party of newscaster and host of Diva’s Show, Nana Aba Anamoah held at Villaggio Primavera.
If you recollect, the two called off their blossoming relationship about two years ago.

Speaking on the Brunch in the Citi hosted by Jessica Opare-Saforo, Nadia, who has just ventured into music with her hiplife kind of, explained the speculation emanated from “innocent pictures” which were taken during the party.

“There was no kissing; it was just blown out of proportion, Essien and I are friends though, we are not having serious issue. But as for the report that we are back again as couple, there is nothing like that.” she said.

Nadia further explained that “we were trying to take pictures and the media paparazzi were also taking pictures. We were to take just two shots but they were still taking a lot of pictures and I was really shy so I tried to leave and Essien was just trying to cover my face that’s all..

BET Awards: Mariah Carey And Cissy Houston Give Whitney Houston Tributes!!

Cissy Houston’s tribute to her late daughter was the emotional highlight of Sunday’s BET Awards, a show that was defined by extended bleeps and the vulgarities that censors failed to catch onstage throughout the night


Whitney Houston’s mother gave a rousing performance of Bridge Over Troubled Water that left the crowd in tears, including Beyonce and Melanie Fiona


Mariah Carey opened the tribute with memories of her friend. She was followed by a moving number by Monica.

Brandy, heavily influenced by Houston, sang two of the late singer’s hits. Chaka Khan blazed the stage with I’m Every Woman, which Houston remade. Gary Houston, Whitney’s brother, also performed.

Shortly after Cici’s performance the four hours BET Awards was more like the Bleep Awards, as entire segments of performances from Nicki Minaj to Rick Ross were muted out due to foul language.

It started during the opening number by Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. music group, which included Big Sean, Pusha T and 2 Chainz. There were long moments of censored silence when the rappers performed Mercy, though not all the offending words were bleeped out.

Moments later, Samuel L Jackson, the show’s host, was joined by Spike Lee as they did a comedic version of Jay-Z and West’s hit song … In Paris, to laughs.

The censor police also worked overtime when Rick Ross performed with his Maybach Music Group and during Minaj’s performance and acceptance speech for best female hip-hop artist. Minaj’s win was her third consecutive time taking the prize.

West and Jay-Z won the ceremony’s top prize, earning video of the year for Otis. They also won best group.

West, who was up for seven awards, was the top nominee. Beyonce was the second most nominated act with six. She won video director of the year (along with Alan Ferguson) and best female R&B artist and thanked the genre and her female influences. “I fell in love with music by listening to R&B. It’s the core of who I am,” she said, giving special thanks to Lauryn Hill, Mary J. Blige and “Whitney Houston, my angel”.

Chris Brown was also a double winner. Kevin Hart, who hosted the awards last year, also won for best actor, Big Sean was named best new artist and Wale and Miguel’s smooth hit “Lotus Flower Bomb” won best collaboration.