Amidst tears rapper Dawn Tawn was laid to rest on Saturday, February 11, 2017 at his home town Obodoukwu Autonomous Community, Ideator North Local Government Area of Imo State.

The event which was well attended by artistes, friends and family members of the rapper who all appeared on black to pay the rapper their last respect, attracted several comments as many as still asking for the real cause of his death and what will become of his legacy.

To show respect to their late colleague, Imo State based artistes have set aside Thursday February 9, 2017 for a ‘Candle Night’ in honour of late rapper, Ikenna Ogbaegbe aka Dawn Tawn.

According to the Senior Special Assistance to Imo State Governor on Entertainment and Public Affairs, Hon. Chukwunonye Iruno, who urged the entertainment community in Imo State to attend the event en masse, the event will last for one hour at Bongo Center, after which normal activities will continue.

In view to aid promote entertainment in Nigeria, the multi-award winning producer, Yung Roc who has in past and recent times , made a lot of changing moves geared towards promoting young talents , has  introduced a TV program called cypher Fridays.

Floxy might not have had the best 2016, but she is definitely putting that behind with the shooting of the video for her single ‘Much Pain’.

Speaking in Owerri, Imo State during the video shoot, Floxy said everything is falling in place again and she is just looking forward to things being okay for her, just like a ‘perfect artiste’. She added that things have been a little off for her, but everyone knows how the country is.

It was a fun filled day for DJ Paky’s household as they dedicated their first child, but it was more fun for the guest who watched the DJ and leader of Dancers in Imo State beat the wife on the dance floor.

As a DJ and dancer, many were expecting to see a little bit of that in his wife, but she was the opposite of that as guests at the event watched DJ Paky try to no avail to tap her up to dance.