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Pardon C is one of the diaspora based singers using their talents to put Nigeria on good spotlights
America based Nigerian singer – Pardon C’s hard works are paying off as he just clinched a mouth-watering ambassadorial deal with Nsquare Boutique, a leading fashion line owned by a Cameroonian.
Pardon C is one of the diaspora based singers using their talents to put Nigeria on good spotlights, his new fashion deal comes after the successful releases of his mage hit single ‘Bele Bele’, featuring Ugandan legendary singer –Jose Chameleon.
NSquare Boutique, which would be officially unveiled June 17, 2017, is owned by Winkler Boma, who was born in Cameroon and raised in Germany. The world class fashion outfit’s name –Nsquare was coined from Winkler’s sons’ names ‘Nathan’ and ‘Nevaeh’.Having been operating underground for over a year, the CEO, Wrinkler Boma says the goal of the outfit is to “make difference with fashion and change people’s life by offering them affordable suits for both men and little boys that is comfortable.”Speaking about his latest endorsement, highlife singer Pardon C noted that, “being a fashion enthusiast, I so much admire creativity and uniqueness. I appreciate NSquare Boutique for giving me the opportunity to be officially be one of its ambassadors.”
The fashionista didn’t stop there, he also boasted that his collaboration with NSquare fashion house will give birth to multiple striking events that will take Africa by storm. “Africa should watch out as we’ll be unveiling magical things soon, I don’t want to say too much about the projects we have ahead yet, but everyone should be on the lookout for NSquare Boutique.”
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Nigerian talented artiste in diaspora, Pardon C have been consistent in 2016 since he released his melody sweet song tittled "Gbabe" which received good airplays across Africa. However, his efforts were acknowledged as he won the award for the "best Nigerian artist 2016" at the just concluded "diaspora entertainment awards" (DEA)in USA.
The event took place in Maryland USA on Saturday, October 8.He has been featured in different States in the United States, performing at events and concerts and one can clearly testify that Pardon C merited the award this 2016.
Ugandan music superstar, Jose Chameleone has teamed up with Nigerian rising super star Pardon C on a new song titled, “Bele Bele”.
“Bele Bele”, which is Pardon C’s debut song this year, exposes the beauty of AfroBeats and Highlife genre of music.
The wonderful love song was produced by Nigerian and Cameroonian music producers, Oxigin and Walta Blackson.
The song release comes at a time when Jose Chameleone is preparing for his much anticipated 2017 music concert dubbed “Legend – Hit After Hit” which will be held at Lugogo Cricket Oval in Kampala on June 30th, 2017
Budding highlife singer, Pardon C seems to be making wave with his brand of music. The artiste recent released a highlife laced track, Bele Bele, featuring legendary Ugandan singer Jose Chameleon.
Speaking on his love for Highlife music, Pardon C says that he intends to carry on the torch lit by musical greats.
“Highlife music is a creative form of expression and it is highly relected in the new track, Bele Bele,” he said.
“I grew up listening to Highlife music so when I decided to pursue the arts, it was the right place for me to explore.”
Pardon C recently clinched a mouth-watering ambassadorial deal with Nsquare Boutique, a leading fashion line owned by a Cameroonian inkler Boma, who was born in Cameroon and raised in Germany. The outfit, which ash been described as world class, derives its name –Nsquare was from Winkler’s sons’ names ‘Nathan’ and ‘Nevaeh’.
Having been operating underground for over a year, the CEO, Wrinkler Boma says the goal of the outfit is to “make difference with fashion and change people’s life by offering them affordable suits for both men and little boys that is comfortable.”
Excited about the new deal, the budding artiste says that it is proof that he is gaining acceptance in Africa. He said that with the new deal, he will explore not just the Cameroonian and Nigerian markets, while giving Nsquare Boutique a global face.
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Award winning Nigerian Highlife Singer Pardon C will be perfoming along side Pana Crooner Tekno in Washington DC, event which is taking place at KARMA, 2221 ADAMS PL NE DC IS DEFINATELY GONNA BE SOLD OUT
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TIME: 10PM WASHINGTON DC TIME USA.
Nigerian US-based highlife artist, Pardon C has been nominated for three awards at the 2017 Next Generation Awards scheduled to hold at the Camelot by Martin's in Maryland, United States on Saturday September 30th, 2017.
Pardon C's Bele Bele hit collaboration with Jose Chameleone this year earned him one of the nominations as the "Best Song".
He was nominated for the "Best Music Video" with his recent video on "Emergency", and "Best Male Artist" categories.
Voting started on August 24th and will end August 27th.
Nigerian highlife singer Pardon C has added new plaque to his shelves of luxury awards, as the diaspora based singer recently grabbed an award in the category of ‘Best Music Video’ for his ‘Emergency’ music video at the just held Next Generation Awards 2017.
This comes a day after the release of his Independence single dubbed ‘Eyes Don See’, a song with conscious message for the federal government of Nigeria. According to the music act, ‘EyeDon See’ is a wake up call to Nigerian government, narrating the current hardship the masses are going through in the country.The Nsquare Boutique fashion icon also beseeched the government to solve the many problems of Nigeria. Pardon C added that he’s not happy with the current situation of Nigeria, imploring the government to try harder to make life better for the masses. “Each time I listen and watch the news, the stories they relay about Nigeria are mostly unpalatable ones, I can’t stop wondering how Nigeria lost its path to greatness to become a struggling country,” Pardon C said. Elaborating further, he said “the unemployment, bad economy, lack of electricity and other problems Nigerians are facing are giving me heartaches and that’s why I’ve decided to call on the federal government with this song before Mr. President gets busy with the Independence Day celebration activities.” Finally, having highlighted some of the woes facing Nigeria, he reaffirmed his love for the country and assured the citizenry that the country will definitely get better. Recall that the Next Generation Awards 2017 was staged on Saturday, September 30, at Maryland, United States of America.