Chidinma, Ruggedman, Segun Obe, Others At COSON Week Unveiling In Lagos

Story by Osaremen Ehi James/Nigeriafilms.com
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Last Updated:Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Top Nigerian music stars were at the unveiling of COSON Week held in Lagos recently. The event, which was held at the prestigious Protea Hotel, Ikeja, saw an array of top music stars who have made their marks in the Nigerian music industry.

As usual, 'the small but mighty' female singer, as she was referred to at the MTN Project Fame West Africa, Chidinma Ekile, which she won, was looking gorgeous.

Ruggeman, Azeezat, Segun Obe, Koffi, and many others were also at the event.

COSON week is celebrated yearly to promote music industry in Nigeria. Series of events will kick start very soon to usher in the week.

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A BUNCH OF RAZZ PEOPLE
MRS.FIRSTLADY
2/12/2013 4:26:29 AM
JUST LOOK AT THE SWEAT COMING OUT OF RUGGED MAN ARMPITS. NOT TO TALK OF THE BLACK DEMON THATS OVA THERE WEARING THAT RED MULLET HAIRDO. NONSENSE BALD EAGLE!! WEIRD MC, IS STILL LOOKING LIKE A MAN, I DEY FEEL HER SWAGGER SHA! ANYWAYS WHAT A DRY BORING RAZZ SET OF FOLKS.
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lol!
mari
2/12/2013 9:04:48 AM
Haaaaaa!!!!
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Hungry People
T-john
2/13/2013 5:12:24 AM
Hungry bunch, where is P-square, dbanj, Don Baba J, and Tuface? those ones are busy making music and good money, this hungry jokers are hanging around Tony Okoroji.mtseeeeew
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hmmm
shallie
2/12/2013 3:36:16 PM
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COSON is working!
cherelle
2/12/2013 11:44:56 PM
Let the music play!!!!!!!!!
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