The biggest and most controversial news of 2010 in the Nigerian Entertainment Industry as a whole was the controversy between Ruggedman and 9ice. This is a detailed story of what happened and why Ruggedman took the extra step of recording the conversation that turned out to be the MOST POPULAR post here on notjustOk.com (…and still counting).
Nigerian Hip Hop star Ruggedman sits down with factory78 on his recent trip to the UK to discuss his latest album Untouchable, his upcoming music video featuring the late rapper DaGrin, working on Seminars aimed at inspiring the younger generation and finally laying to rest his infamous recorded telephone conversation with his once close friend and ally 9ice. Ruggedman was his likeable self in this tell-all-no-holds-barred interview, revealing reasons behind the steps he took to clear his name and the resulting diss tracks made by both camps.
Shout-out to our good friends DJ Lanre, Adesope and the whole Factory78 Crew!
Ruggedman resurrects DaGrin for his video.
Ruggedy Baba who just returned from speaking at a seminar in the UK tagged “Get Inspired” is at it again. The seminar was held at the London Metropolitan university on the 2nd of April 2011 and had other notable speakers like the acting ambassador to the United Kingdom ambassador Dozie Nwanna,Bob Ferguson,Ramsey Noah,british sopa opera Eastenders actress Ellen Thomson and also the host and organiser of the seminar Dayo Isreal.
Ruggedman,who is currently hosting the prestigous music talent reality tv show Star Quest for the 3rd year running two weeks ago shot the video for one of the tracks off his “untouchable” album titled “Emini” ft DaGrin.
The track was produced by Kash Eleven.The video was directed by fast rising video director James Oludare.
What a few people who have seen the teaser for the video can not get over is the fact that its truelly DaGrin that’s in the video,not a look alike or an animated character.Ruggedman is set to drop the video on the 22nd of April 2011 and the nation and indeed the world is waiting to see it.
Ruggedman also shot the video for Ebemsi featuring Flavour Nabania the same week and it was directed by Emeka Obefe who directed Ruggedmans award winning Ruggedy Baba video.