Showing posts with label Music. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Music. Show all posts

Sunday, 27 January 2019

Dramatizing data as the modern day oxygen of life



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The graphic presented in the Glo television commercial enacted by Lagbaja and his band boys takes TV commercial to another level.
Lagbaja, who was about to travel out of the country at the International Airport was asked to verify his claim by playing a tune by the Immigration Officer checking his passport who asked, “How do I know you are not an impostor? Oya play me something?”

Lagbaja informed the Officer that members of his band were scattered all over the world but declared that the issue was not a problem as long as Glo 4G phones were available. He asked “who’s on Glo here?”

He got a couple of Glo smart phones and linked his band members namely the drummer, Dele in Asaba, Lekan, his gangan player in Calabar, Jide, his guitarist in Lagos, Ahmed, his keyboardist in London and Uzor, his konga drummer in Abakaliki. They played a beautiful instrumental version that viewers all over the world are excitedly gushing over.

A creative drama, so to say. This is a pointer to the importance of data to all the networks. ‘Data is oxygen’ is the novel pay-off line adopted by Globacom to aptly capture the very essence of data in today’s life.

Variously described as the very lifeblood of modern living and the flavour of the moment, data has been enabling citizens to do marvelous things in the world with the Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence and all what nots.

Without doubt, oxygen constitutes 21 per cent of our atmosphere, which is the precise balance of air we need to breathe as anything more would lead to conflagration that will roast humanity. The awesome delicate balance and its necessities underscore the importance of oxygen to life and by extension the essential nature of data to communication.


There can be no life without oxygen and there can be no meaningful communication without data.To give wings to communication needs, Globacom has provided a panoply of services namely 2G, 3G and 4G to enable subscribers to upload, download and surf the internet without worries. Of all the services, the Glo 4G comes with oodles of benefits and unlimited possibilities to fast track commerce and productivity in the society by creating more entrepreneurs and ”ideapreneurs” making waves in various sectors of the economy.

Danny Young Speaks On YouTube Ban Of Tiwa Savage's "One"

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Some few days ago, it was revealed that YouTube had taken down Nigerian songstress, Tiwa Savage song, “One” for copyright infringement of fellow artiste Danny Young’s 2009 single, “Ohu Ti Won”.

This was coming after Young alleged on his Instagram page that she took a line off his song without due credit. Despite pointing this out, Savage went ahead to release the visuals of the song without addressing Young’s compaints.

Now, in a recent interview with punchng.com, Young said he had left everything in the hands of his lawyers. He said,

“I wasn’t the one who contacted YouTube. My lawyers handled the process; I didn’t know how they went about it. You know YouTube knows the right thing to do.”

“She felt we couldn’t do anything. I am sure she and her team know that we have a valid point. We didn’t even ask them for money, but we felt intellectual theft should be taken seriously in this part of the world.

This is just the beginning; I plan to see this to the end if she doesn’t reach us for a compromise.”

As of the time of filing this report, Savage is yet to respond to Young’s accusation.