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MUSIC PREMIERE: Sheliroy Ft. Small Doctor – Koshi

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Day of the Soldado trailer sets the stakes for war

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The clock is ticking closer to Sicario: Day of the Soldado.

Sony Pictures Entertainment has released the third and final trailer for its upcoming war-on-the-borderlands sequel to Denis Villeneuve’s Sicario, and it’s easily the most action-packed look at the upcoming off-books operation yet. See for yourself up above.

First and foremost, we would like to direct your attention to lead actor Josh Brolin, headlining his 87th movie of the nascent summer season. It’s starting to feel like we see that guy every weekend, yeah?

Secondly, you’ll notice that this trailer contains a little twist in tone from the first two trailers, which were rolled out over the course of the last five months. Where the first two first looks leaned into the sense of profound dread and terror put down by the original Sicario, this last trailer appears to show a little more of the movie’s bolder, louder colors.

That is to say: Crank the volume on this one when you play it. We’ve got gunshots, we’ve got ‘splosions, we’ve got a skeleton dual-wielding pistols while draped in the flags of two nations. It looks incredible! We’re taking our dad to see this one.

The second Sicario movie centers on Brolin and del Toro’s undercover, US-aligned operatives as they kidnap a drug lord’s daughter to inspire war between cartels, destabilizing the organizations for the benefit of the US.

When Brolin’s Matt Graver orders del Toro’s Alejandro Gillick to assassinate the hostage after their mission goes south, Gillick refuses, setting off a conflict-within-a-conflict between the two clandestine, mega-violent agents that is certain to end in blood, tears, and maybe more.

Sicario: Day of the Soldado is directed by Stefano Sollima and written by Taylor Sheridan. The movie is set to hop the border, guns blazing, on June 29.

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Pepsi DJ Ambassadors shut down Lagos at the #PepsiLituation

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30th of April, 2018 would go down in history as one of the littest night of the year as Pepsi DJ Ambassadors- DJ Obi, DJ Cuppy, DJ Spinall and DJ Xclusive brought their A-games to the #PepsiLituation.

 

The show kicked off with hypeman Dotun introducing foremost Dance maestro Kaffy and her crew who passionately set precedence for all the awesomeness and epic mixes that were to follow.

 

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This was the first time four DJs would be headlining a show all by themselves in Nigeria and guess what? It was a night of unlimited mixes, nostalgic hits and epic excitements at the Balmoral Hall, Federal palace hotel.

 

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DJ Obi was in beast mode with back to back drop of hits after hits that got the audience pumped and ready for more. His performance also featured the Legendary DJ Jimmy Jatt, Lynxxx and DJ E cool

 

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The much anticipated event attracted a large turnout of young fun loving youths who came out in their numbers to turn up with the new Pepsi DJ Ambassadors.

Pepsi DJ Ambassador- DJ Cuppy didn’t drop the ball, as she steered the fans to another high with her uniquely mixed vibes and hits. Just when we thought she was done thrilling us, she turned up the excitement with Tekno as they performed Greenlight.

 

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It was also a night of gifts as Pepsi rewarded fans during the Refresh The Mix Moment with special items like the Iphone X and Pepsi swag bags. Also, the former BBNaija Housemates were also around to show some love to their fans with Pepsi presenting Miracle a cheque of 1million naira for winning the Pepsi House challenge.

 

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Superstar DJ Xclusive kept hitting the right buttons with his creative insertions of energy pumping mixes. From performing his hit singles to inviting Mr Real on stage, DJ Xclusive sure knew how to get the crowd.

 

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‘Rampage’ cooks up generic monster mash with Dwayne Johnson

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Dwayne Johnson seemingly stars in a movie about every four months, which in the last fiscal year has included “Jumanji” (good) and “Baywatch” (not so much). Enter “Rampage,” another game-inspired action vehicle, which falls somewhere between his recent hit and last summer’s sun-soaked flop.

Mostly, this effects-heavy film from director Brad Peyton (who previously directed Johnson in “San Andreas” and “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island”) has the unpretentious feel of a 1950s monster movie, with a rogue science project unleashing a trio of genetically edited beasts bent on destruction. It’s not much of a leap, frankly, from nuclear perils of the past — the overgrown ants in “Them” or “Tarantula.”
As usual, it falls to a couple of mismatched scientists to try saving the day, paired with the one government official who isn’t a complete moron. Helpfully, one of those scientists happens to have a special-forces background, allowing him to spend much of the movie doing all kinds of The Rock-like things.
That, of course, would be Johnson’s Davis Okuye, a primatologist whose prize subject — a sign-language-fluent albino gorilla named George — unluckily runs afoul of a pathogen that plummets from the sky, courtesy of an avaricious corporation. It’s headed by a cartoonish pair of villainous siblings, providing a veritable buffet of scenery-chewing for Malin Akerman.
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Davis is pretty quickly thrown together with Dr. Kate Caldwell (Naomie Harris, deserving more after her turn in “Moonlight”), a scientist turned whistleblower, who worked for the bad guys and thinks she might know a cure. In the meantime, George begins to grow dramatically and become more aggressive, as do two other creatures that encountered the glowing goop.
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The last significant piece of the puzzle is Harvey, a government operative played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who does what he can to bring sly Southern charm to this pretty stock role, which otherwise involves simply trading juvenile insults with Johnson. Unfortunately, Davis has roughly the same relationship with George before he hulks out, and the truth is the movie is a whole lot more interested in its CGI characters than its flesh-and-blood ones, not unlike the currently-in-release “Pacific Rim Uprising.”
“Rampage” does hum along at a reasonably brisk pace from crisis to crisis, and the climactic encounter is loud, destructive and moderately exciting, providing that one’s brain is pretty much packed away by then.
For Johnson, it’s all part of a formula, albeit more generic (the origins notwithstanding) than some of his big-screen adventures. And the news — good or bad, depending on one’s viewpoint — is that if you don’t like this one, his next action vehicle, “Skyscraper,” will open in July — a schedule that’s become predictable in more ways than one.
“Rampage” premieres April 13 in the U.S. It’s rated PG-13.
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