Don Jazzy Grabs MultiMillion Naira Deal With Samsung

When one door closes another better door opens”…that seem to be the situation of things with Michael Collins Elebuwa, popularly known as Don Jazzy, as he recently hugged a mouth watering and mind blowing multimillion naira deal with Samsung.
This is coming few days after announcing split with his former label artist and partner, Dbanj.
Don Jazzy and Kenyan music producer, Alan Oyier unveiled and launched Samsung Afro pop range of Hi-Fi units Samsung Built for Africa at the Samsung Africa Forum held in Capetown, South Africa.
We learnt that he helped in designing the bass system of Samsung’s Afro POP Home Theatre system. He is presently in Cape Town, South Africa.
Don Jazzy was joined by his loyalists Dr. Sid, Wande Coal, Dprince.
Rumour has it that Don Jazzy is also in South Africa with Wande Coal working on a music video.

Top 5 NightClubs In The World

#5:: Zouk

#5:: Zouk

#4:: Ministry Of Sound

#4:: Ministry Of Sound

#3:: Pacha Ibiza

#3:: Pacha Ibiza

#2:: Fabric

#2:: Fabric

#1:: Space Ibiza

#1:: Space Ibiza

#5 Zouk:: Is one of the oldest and most popular nightclubs in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. The club is named after the French Creole word for ‘party’. It has won the Singapore Tourism Board’s “Best Nightspot Experience” award 6 times, between 1996 to 2007. Zouk is also ranked number 10 on DJ Magazine’s list of Top 100 clubs in the world in 2006, 2007 and 2010.
The perfect platform for showcasing the decks terity of all the resident DJs in the house, Zouk Soundsystem promises to hit all the right notes, getting all the bodies on the dance floor losing themselves to the beat! It’s not just 4 to the floor, its all on the floor, body-moving action!Tech House bad boy djB, Techno overlord Hong and his party partner in crime prevention, Adrian Wee, combine forces to whip the dance floor into shape all night long.

#4 Ministry Of Sounds:: “We create the moments people live for”
Ministry of Sound London, commonly referred to as simply Ministry of Sound or MOS, is a nightclub based in London, United Kingdom and an associated record label. It was ranked fourth in the 2010 DJ Magazine top 100 clubs poll 2010. In addition to the nightclub in London, there are two others, Egypt and Malaysia. The Ministry of Sound brand also includes various other products such as dance music compilations and clothing. Ministry of Sound is owned by MSHK Group Limited, which has offices in London, Sydney, Berlin and New York.

#3 Pacha Ibiza:: Created in Ibiza in 1973, this little old finca has grown into the most dominant clubbing brand in the world, with the Ibiza venue still very much the driving force and jewel in the crown. With a reputation for providing clubbing with style, it is unrivalled when it comes to adding some VIP pizzazz to proceedings.
Pacha is inextricably linked with Ibiza itself and the name represents much more than a club venue it is a lifestyle brand that continues to grow with franchises all over the world. Ultimately though, it is the fireworks often literally at the club that are the real source of inspiration and the reason why Pacha is still the top clubbing destination in Ibiza.
Famous for being Ibiza’s oldest club, the cherries, VIP tables everywhere, sophisticated clubbing, playground of the rich and famous, mega-star DJs like Guetta, Erick Morillo and the Swedish House Mafia.
How to get there: taxi €10 from Ibiza Town, €15 from Playa D’en Bossa, €20-25 from San Antonio. There are buses to and from Ibiza Town. Pacha can be walked to from Ibiza Town (nice walk along the Marina) in about 10-15 minutes.
Popular Parties: F*** Me I’m Famous, Swedish House Mafia, Subliminal, Cadenza, Flower Power

#2 Fabric :: Is a nightclub in London, United Kingdom. It was voted number 1 in DJ Magazine’s “Top 100 Clubs in the World” poll in 2007 and number 2 in 2008, 2009 and 2010. It is located on Charterhouse Street opposite Smithfield meat market on the southern boundary of the London Borough of Islington. The club was founded by Keith Reilly the vision behind the concept and Cameron Leslie and it was opened on 29 October 1999.
Fabric has three separate rooms with independent sound systems; two of the rooms feature stages for live acts. A feature of the club is its vibrating floor in Room One: known as a “bodysonic” dancefloor, sections of the floor are attached to 400 bass transducers emitting bass frequencies of the music being played.

#1 Space:: Is a nightclub on Ibiza owned by STANCA. It was awarded “Best Global Club” at the International Dance Music Awards in 2005 and again in 2006. Space is located in Playa d’en Bossa on the outskirts of Ibiza Town, close to the airport.
Space in its current form began in 1989 when Pepe Rosello, Ibiza nightclub owner since 1963, took over the establishment, which in the four years since it was built had housed a conference hall with a discotheque. The opening policy was from the beginning dovetailed to fit the Spanish licensing laws which state that an establishment must close for at least two hours a day. The first DJs to shape the venue into the type of nightclub it currently is were Alex P and Brandon Block two British club DJs/Producers and residents of Sunday Space Terrace Space’s outdoor terrace where airliners roar overhead. This open terrace and the roaring sound of the airliners breaking through the booming dance music has become one of the club’s defining features. Since Amnesia and Privilege have had to encase their open air dance floors due to noise complaints from their neighbours, Space remains one of the few venues where club goers can have this experience, and the crowd’s greeting of the arriving aircraft has also become a ritual among the club’s patrons. Other resident DJs/Producers that in large part are responsible for the club’s popularity include Reche, Jose de Divina and Jon Ulysses. Space releases compilations every year via the Azuli label and actually with CR2 Records. Space Ibiza it’s one of the most awarded clubs in the world.

#5:: Zouk

#5:: Zouk

#5:: Zouk

#5:: Zouk

#4:: Ministry Of Sound

#4:: Ministry Of Sound

#4:: Ministry Of Sound

#4:: Ministry Of Sound

#3:: Pacha Ibiza

#3:: Pacha Ibiza

#3:: Pacha Ibiza

#3:: Pacha Ibiza

#2:: Fabric

#2:: Fabric

#2:: Fabric

#2:: Fabric

#1:: Space Ibiza

#1:: Space Ibiza

#1:: Space Ibiza

#1:: Space Ibiza

PS Vita Launched

Sony’s new PlayStation Vita (PS Vita) handheld console launched at midnight last night, and, being the handsome, tech savvy, intelligent, jaded, angry, belligerent lot that you are we thought you’d probably want to know a bit more about it. Even if only because it finally means you can connect with your increasingly distant children.
Basically, it’s a bit like Sony’s last handheld console, the PSP, except it’s much, much more powerful. For those of you who don’t know what a Peespee is, the Vita is about the same size as an aubergine, but flatter, has a  5 inch high resolution touch screen, and it plays amazing looking games.
We haven’t actually managed to get our hands on one yet, so we can’t give you any touchy-feely first impressions, although if you wanted to try one out before we do (it’ll be like you’re the journalist) there’s currently two models avaliable. A Wi-Fi only version for around £200 (cheapest we found was ASDA, strangely) and a 3G/Wi-Fi one for £260 (again, at ASDA).
Unfortunately, the PS Vita has no internal storage of its own and it only uses special PS Vita carts, so you’ll have to buy your own, in either 4, 8 or 16 Gb sizes Add this to the price of a couple of games (around £40 each), and the whole package will most likely end up setting you back around £350-400.
Anyway, here’s a vid of the console in action, and of course we’ll give you our first impressions as soon as we get one in (didn’t want that money anyway)…