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“Good girl no dey pay” – Niniola in pains after being served ‘breakfast’

Popular dancehall artist, Niniola has vowed never to be a good girl anymore after she was served ‘breakfast‘.

The ‘Maradona’ crooner took to her Instagram page to reveal this as she adds that being a good girl doesn’t pay.

Niniola who who didn’t reveal the identity of the person that served her breakfast said that she’s hurt by it.

Although it is not known whether she means her boyfriend had dumped her, as the term is a colloquial used to mean heartbreak.

“Good Girl no dey pay sha… I Swear … Them just serve me better breakfast…

E pain me sha..

No more good girl..,” she wrote.

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After repeatedly texting Diddy over the years, Niniola is getting ready to work with him.

Dreams do come true, as Niniola is living her long-held ambition of working with Diddy years after DMing him. View their talk and read about how this incident developed below.

The Queen of Afrobeats and Nigerian diva Niniola have agreed to work together with American music entrepreneur Diddy.

A tale of divine providence and destiny, Diddy and Niniola first met via video chat, with the former urging the latter to approach the collaboration in the following way: “I want you to do it all and send it to me one time when you feel like I’ve given this song my all because it’s our song.” You brought about this a long time ago.

Then Diddy explained how he came to work with Niniola. He remarked, “SPINALL told me about her when I was looking for someone to be on the Afrobeats remix. I call her instead of messaging her because I want to work with her, but I notice that you messaged me in 2018 saying you want to work with me one day.

There are currently no details available regarding the specific Diddy song Niniola is scheduled to contribute a verse to, but the media mogul released a 16-track album in June of this year called Bad Boy Celebrates Diddy: The Artist, which featured diverse talents from Keyshia Cole, R Kelly, Mario Winans, the late Notorious B.I.G. In addition, Diddy released the tune “Go On” featuring Bryson Tiller. Therefore, any of these tracks could be the partnership Diddy stated was an Afrobeats remake.

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Davido, Burna Boy, Niniola, Wizkid, and others – Which Nigerian artist popularized Amapiano in Nigeria?

Hello there, 

As we all know, there is currently a social media uproar regarding the first Nigerian artiste who introduced the popular South African beat “Amapiano” to Nigeria. Even May D claims to be the one who introduced the popular beat to Nigeria. 

A-list artists such as Wizkid, Burna Boy, and Davido have recently jumped on this beat.

Wizkid released his much anticipated single “Bad To Me” today, September 14th, and the song has elicited a variety of reactions from fans. 

Wizkid will appear on the beat for the second time, having previously appeared on Kabza De Small’s “Sponono” with Burna Boy in 2020.

On the other hand, Davido has been jumping on the amapiano beat more than the other guys. Songs such as “Champion Sound,” “Ke Star,” “High,” and others. 

Burna Boy then appeared on DJ Tarico’s “Yaba Buluku,” another amapiano-infused song, before releasing “Different Size” with Victony on his album “Love, Damini.”

Other artists who have jumped on the amapiano beat include Zinoleesky, Asake, Niniola, Falz, Adekunle Gold, Mohbad, and many more. We can say that 90% of Nigerian artists have jumped on the amapiano beat. 

So here is the question for you: 

Davido, Burna Boy, Niniola, Wizkid, and others – Which Nigerian artist popularized Amapiano in Nigeria? 

Let us know what you think. 

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