Does Cultism Really Start in Secondary School?

I was listening to a radio program recently and some of the listeners mentioned this: they joined secret cults in secondary school.  Their teachers knew, but their parents had no clue.

How come?

And since when did secondary students start joining cults?

This Friday's Free Downloads | Featuring: Kunle Kenny, Tolazee, Rooftop MCs

This edition of Free Downloads is special for two reasons: (1) It's the first one this year; and (2) It's the first one in February.

What were you expecting me to say? *laughs*

Today, I'll be sharing music from the following artistes:

  1. Kunle Kenny - Ose Baba (Thank You Father)
  2. Tolazee - Sise (Work)
  3. Rooftop MCs - Laddah

Now, for the press releases:

1. Kunle Kenny - Ose Baba Featuring Anuu

I love love love the cover picture.  It needs to be framed and hung on a wall.  Kunle Kenny in action!
Kunle Kenny, a music minister known for his ‎divine ability to take you beyond the veil in praise and worship, has released a new single titled "Ose Baba" as we await his EP(Extended Play).

SONG REVIEW: Tolazee - Sise (Work)

Tolazee, who has been featured on this blog for his single, Bintin Laye, released a new single, earlier this year, titled Sise.  It means "Work" in Yoruba, and the gist of the song, which is, work hard is embedded in the chorus:


Ma se s'ole
Don't be lazy

After listening to this song, one thing should be clear: A lazy person cannot be friends with Tolazee.


Okay, not really.  I'll let you listen first and then judge for yourself what Tolazee is saying.

DELIGHTFUL DUETS: Ku'se - Psalmos and Kenny K'ore

How often do you come across a duet sang in Yoruba?  Rarely.  What about a duet sang in Ekiti dialect? Even rarer.

So, now you know why I had to share this song with you.  It's titled Ku'se by Psalmos, featuring Kenny K'ore, and it's a must-listen-to-by-fire-and-by-force.

Ku'se literally means "Well done" and it's a song of thanksgiving and praise to God.

Happy New Year! It's Time to Celebrate with Ogecha

Happy New Year! 2015 is off to a great start, and what better way to celebrate than with music?  This song just sets the tone for the year. But before we go there, let me just say that I am truly grateful for all your support in 2014.  You guys are more awesome than you know, and I look forward to conquering 2015 with you guys!

And now for some music ....

Merry Christmas and Happy Birthday, Jesus!

Here's wishing you a Merry and Joy-filled Christmas.  From my heart to yours, Merry Christmas!

4 Christmas Songs to Enjoy During the Holiday Season

So, what does Relentless do on Christmas Eve? She puts up Christmas music.  Apparently.  I know I've been away for a while, but it's all for a good cause.

The songs I am about to share were sent to me by various Nigerian gospel artistes, and I thought it would be better to share it today (instead of say ... Boxing Day).

Plus, you know you can be "special" like me and listen to Christmas songs all year round, right? Yes, let's be "special" together ... Lol!

So, here are the songs in no particular order:

1. Eloho Efemuai - Hark the Herald

Eloho sings a popular Christmas carol, Hark the Herald, which she shares with us this holiday season. Here's more information on this artiste and her song courtesy of the press release: