Oxlade Available for booking

Oxlade is coming to Europe.

Period: June/July 2023

Oxlade is now available for concerts, clubs, afterparty, private events, endorsement, corporate events, festivals, and other interesting opportunities.

for booking inquiries contact us .

More about Oxlade:

Ikuforiji Olaitan Abdulrahman, known professionally as Oxlade, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter signed to Troniq Music, Epic Records in France, and Fuenlabrada Records in the UK.[1] He rose to prominence with the release of the song “Away“, which appeared on Rolling Stones 50 best songs of 2020. Oxlade was named the first Pandora Africa’s Next Artist in July 2022.


We are pleased to announced Bia for Philip Plein Fashion Show on Feb. 25th in Milan. And looking to add shows from Feb 24th till March 3rd. Feel free to contact us if you may have any interest.

Bianca Miquela Landrau (born August 16, 1990), known professionally as Bia, is an American rapper who debuted on the Oxygen reality television show Sisterhood of Hip Hop. She signed to Pharrell‘s I Am Other record label, in partnership with RCA Records in 2014. Her first EPNice Girls Finish Last: Cuidado, was released in 2018. She is best recognized for featuring on the 2016 single “Safari” by J Balvin and “Best on Earth” by Russ in 2019. In early 2020, Bia signed a new record deal with Epic Records, releasing her second EPFor Certain, on December 11, 2020. The EP spawned the single “Whole Lotta Money“, which later was released as a remix featuring Nicki Minaj and reached the top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100.


Madonna blames ‘ageism and misogyny’ for judgmental comments about her face at Grammys

Madonna is firing back at comments about her appearance at the Grammy Awards.

The pop icon, 64, and longtime LGBTQ advocate introduced Kim Petras and Sam Smith’s “Unholy” performance at Sunday’s show. It was a groundbreaking night as Petras became the first out transgender woman to win the award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance along with Smith, who is nonbinary. However, social media was abuzz over Madonna’s fuller-looking face and speculating about what plastic surgery she’s had.

On Tuesday, the “Vogue” singer, a seven-time Grammy winner, responded to the gossip, saying that once again, she’s “caught in the glare of ageism and misogyny that permeates the world we live in.”

Madonna wrote in an Instagram post that while she originally wanted to give the last award of the night, Album of the Year, she thought it was “more important” to introduce Petras and Smith’s performance, a “history-making moment.” She added, “And on top of that she won a Grammy!!”


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“Instead of focusing on what I said in my speech, which was about giving thanks for the fearlessness of artists like Sam and Kim, many people chose to only talk about close-up photos of me taken with a long lens camera by a press photographer that would distort anyone’s face!!,” she wrote.

“Once again I am caught in the glare of ageism and misogyny that permeates the world we live in,” she continued. “A world that refuses to celebrate women past the age of 45 and feels the need to punish her if she continues to be strong willed, hard-working and adventurous.”

The singer said she has “never apologized for any of the creative choices I have made,” nor “the way that I look or dress” and “I’m not going to start” now.

“I’ve been degraded by the media since the beginning of my career but I understand that this is all a test and I am happy to do the trailblazing so that all the women behind me can have an easier time in the years to come,” she wrote.

She borrowed a line from Beyoncé, who also broke records at Sunday’s ceremony, writing, “You won’t break my soul.” Adding, “I look forward to many more years of subversive behavior – pushing boundaries -standing up to the patriarchy – and most of all enjoying my life.” Then she ended with another Bey line: “Bow down bitches!”

Onstage Sunday, Madonna began her intro by saying, “Here’s what I’ve learned after four decades in music. If they call you shocking, scandalous, troublesome, problematic, provocative, or dangerous, you’re definitely onto something.”

She continued, “I’m here to give thanks to all the rebels out there, forging a new path and taking the heat for all of it. All you troublemakers out there, you need to know that your fearlessness does not go unnoticed. You are seen, you are heard and, most of all, you are appreciated.”

She ended with, “So now, speaking of controversy, it gives me great pleasure to introduce two incredibly talented artists who have risen above the noise, the doubt, the critics into something beautifully unholy. Here are two Grammy award winners: Sam Smith and Kim Petras.”

For music’s big night, Madonna was outfitted in a long black skirt with slit, black jacket, white shirt and tie — and she carried a riding crop. Her hair was styled in braids, accentuating her face. Social media was lit up with people making comments speculating about plastic surgery, pointing to exaggerated features and a wrinkle-free forehead. There were jokes about it being a Madonna impersonator, not the star, and the like.

Madonna’s appearance has been a talking point for years, as she’s been a superstar since the ’80s and has been lauded for continuously reinventing herself; she sparked a public dialogue in 2019 about whether she had derriere implants. Despite the chatter about her body, Madonna remains and one of the best-selling recording artists of all time. Last month, she announced her retrospective Madonna: The Celebration Tour, which spans 40 years of her career. Tickets for shows in New York, London and Paris sold out in minutes, with fans buying up 600,000 tickets in one day.

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Michael Jackson’s estate moves to sell a piece of his music catalog for nearly $1 billion

In the last year, Sony has been involved in high-dollar purchases regarding the publishing rights and recorded-music catalogs of prominent artists, including the record-making price tag for Bruce Springsteen’s work. Now, the company is looking to pen the largest deal yet for an artist’s catalog, with a $800-900 million dollar offer reportedly made to Michael Jackson’s estate.

Per Variety, Sony’s looking to purchase 50 percent of the estate’s interests in Jackson’s publishing, recorded-music revenues, MJ: The Musical, and the recently announced biopic, Michael. No one close to the deal has verified any details, including Jackson estate representatives, co-executors John Branca and John McClain, Sony, and Primary Wave.

Primary Wave Music reportedly already owns a portion of Jackson’s music catalog, but how much is unknown. The company’s been a frontrunner in the booming music catalog market, owning work from Stevie Nicks, Prince, James Brown, Whitney Houston, Olivia Newton-John, Alice Cooper, and many more.

In the age of streaming, owning the rights to an artist’s songbook has become a commodifying goldmine. Once the catalog is acquired, companies such as Primary Wave seek out as many ways to exploit the artist’s work as possible, getting songs used in films, television, and commercials. Primary Wave also specializes in cultivating “brands” for artists, getting them marketing deals, Broadway shows, Tik Tok campaigns, and any other way to squeeze monetary value into their body of work.

“We’re always working in conjunction with the artist or their estate—we’re creating a marketing plan that they sign off on, and then we go and get,” Primary Wave CEO Larry Mestel tells Variety. “We’ve got 15 digital strategy people who do playlist pitching, website construction, ecommerce development, social media enhancement, we’ve got seven branding people. Our competitors, aside from the majors, are not built to do what we do.”

Owning a piece of Jackson’s catalog would be a huge get for Sony, which held sole ownership over Jackson’s catalog until his death. In spite of a myriad of controversies surrounding the artist prior to and following his death in 2009, Jackson’s catalog (and in particular, “Thriller”) remains among the “most lucrative” in the history of music.

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