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Reminisce, DJ Neptune & Slimcase To Star In Nollywood Movie |SEE PICS

Nigerian Prolific rapper Remilekun Abdulkalid Safaru, popularly known by his stage name Reminisce, alongside DJ Neptune and Slimcase, will all be starring in a Nollywood movie that is still in the works.

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Reminisce DJ Neptune Slimcase Movie

Reminisce, DJ Neptune & Slimcase

Nigerian Prolific rapper Remilekun Abdulkalid Safaru, popularly known by his stage name Reminisce, alongside DJ Neptune and Slimcase, will all be starring in a Nollywood movie that is still in the works.

Neptune, a popular Nigerian disc jockey who has made a name for himself in the music industry, is considered to have a shy personality. Hence, it is interesting to see him in an acting role. In the BTS photos released on the internet for the film, Neptune was dressed up as someone who seemed to be mentally unbalanced or a thug.

Reminisce DJ Neptune Slimcase Movie

DJ Neptune

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The movie, titled 'City of Dreams', is currently still being shot and stars other Nollywood giants like Zubby Micheal and Femi Branch, among others. It is directed by Sam Olatunji, popularly known as Big Sam, who has worked on other mind-blowing projects like "The Ghost and the Tout", "Seven and Half Dates", "Affy" and "Mimi".

See More BTS photos and video from the movie

Reminisce DJ Neptune Slimcase Movie

City of Dreams movie scene

Reminisce DJ Neptune Slimcase Movie

City of Dreams movie scene

Reminisce DJ Neptune Slimcase Movie

Zubby Michaels, Reminisce & Big Sam

Reminisce DJ Neptune Slimcase Movie

City of Dreams Shooting scenes

Reminisce DJ Neptune Slimcase Movie

Slimcase, Zubby Michaels & DJ Neptune

Reminisce DJ Neptune Slimcase Movie

Reminisce, Slimcase, DJ Neptune & MC Oluomo on set

 

 

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