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Oscars 2023: “Everything Everywhere All At Once” Dominates Awards

The 2023 Academy Awards took place at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday, with the Movie “Everything Everywhere All At Once” dominating the wins. “Naatu Naatu” song from RRR, with music by MM Keeravaani and lyrics by Chandrabose charted history by becoming the first Indian track to win the Academy Award in the Best Original Song category. This is the third major international recognition for the chartbuster “Naatu Naatu”, after a Golden Globe and Critics Choice Award. Here is a complete list of the winners:

Burnaboy, Temsbaby, and Rema To Perform At The NBA All-Star Game

Grammy award-winning singer, songwriter and record producer Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu, Burnaboy, alongside fellow compatriots Temilade Openiyi, Tems, and Divine Ikubor, Rema, will perform at the NBA All-Star Game 2023 halftime show with an Afrobeats-themed performance on Sunday, February 19, 2023, in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Grammy Awards 2023: Beyoncé, Viola Davis, Tems Bags Achievements

Beyoncé won a record-breaking 32nd Grammy Award, while Viola Davis has become the 18th person to achieve the EGOT, before Nigerian singer, Temilade Openiyi, Tems bagged her first-ever Grammy award under the ‘Best Melodic Rap Performance’ category. On the same night, Hip-Hop celebrates her 50 Years anniversary.

Annie Wersching, Star Of TV Series ‘24’, Dies At Age 45

The actress Annie Wersching, best known for her roles on the television series “Star Trek; Picard,” “24,” “Bosch” and “Timeless,” died on Sunday morning in Los Angeles at age 45. Ms. Wersching’s untimely death was confirmed by her publicist, Craig Schneider. Revealing the cause of her death Mr. Schneider in a statement on Sunday said Wersching was diagnosed with cancer in 2020 but had continued her acting work, playing the Borg Queen on the second season of “Picard,” a “Star Trek” spinoff on Paramount+, and also as the serial killer Rosalind Dyeron the ABC crime series “The Rookie.”

South African Rapper AKA Shot Dead In Durban

A footage has emerged which shows the late rapper, AKA sprawled on the street after being riddled with bullets in a drive-by shooting in Durban, South Africa. Prior to his death, the rapper whose real name was Kiernan Forbes, and who is said to be one of SA’s leading rappers was said to have flown into Durban from his Johannesburg residence for his birthday party on Friday which was planned to hold at Yugo Nightclub. It was learned that the fatal shooting had occurred after he posted about it on his social media pages and had invited fans to show up for the event. AKA was killed along with his close friend, the chef and entrepreneur Tebello 'Tibz' Motsoane.

Will Smith And Martin Lawrence Announce “Bad Boys 4”

American movie stars Will Smith and Martin Lawrence announced “Bad Boys 4” sequel on Tuesday. Smith took to his verified Instagram account, “Bad Boys 4” and shared a video. The video captured Smith driving to Lawrence’s home’s while listening to Nelly, P. Diddy and Murphy Lee’s Bad Boys II soundtrack cut “Shake Ya Tailfeather.” The comedic visual sees the pair reunite once more and even joke about how they should have used their slogan, “Bad boys for life,” for the upcoming movie rather than its 2020 predecessor.

Wizkid Hints On A Joint Music Tour With Davido

Afrobeat superstar, (Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun) Wizkid has on Wednesday hinted on a joint music tour with fellow music superstar, (David Adeleke), Davido.

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