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Wale, Don Jazzy, Olamide And Reekado Banks Team Up For 'Allelu'

Download Maybach Music Group rapper Wale's "Allelu," a Nigerian collaboration with Don Jazzy, Olamide, and Reekado Banks.


Maybach Music Group rapper Wale comes through with a star-packed Nigerian collaboration in "Allelu." Wale, who was born in Washington, D.C. to Yoruba parents, is joined by Mavin Records CEO/producer Don Jazzy, YBNL head Olamide, Reekado Banks on a guitar-laced, heavily-percussive beat by Maleek Berry. The MMG rapper goes in, boasting about his D.C. to London to Lagos connects and "Yoruba crew." Wale's no stranger to Naija collaborations, he's previously dropped the Nigerian soccer anthem "Make Us Proud" with Olamide and "Nobody But You" alongside Wizkid. Stream and download Wale, Don Jazzy, Olamide and Reekado Banks' "Allelu" below.

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>>>Download: Wale, Don Jazzy, Olamide & Reekado "Allelu"

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Zambian President Edgar Lungu Collapses During Televised Ceremony

Secretary to Cabinet, Simon Miti confirmed that the head of state experienced sudden dizziness during a commemoration ceremony in Lusaka on Sunday.

"His Excellency the President of The Republic of Zambia Dr Edgar Changwa Lungu, this afternoon experienced sudden dizziness while officiating the 45th Defence Force Day Commemoration and Investiture Ceremony. His Excellency recovered immediately and walked to the official car and returned to his residence at The State House," said Secretary to Cabinet Simon Miti in a statement.

This is not the first time the 64-year-old has collapsed during a public engagement. In 2015 President Lungu was rushed to hospital after collapsing during a Women's Day event, according to a report by The Mail and Guardian. After being discharged from Maina Soko Military Hospital in his home country, he was forced to receive specialist treatment in neighbouring South Africa.

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