Nollywood actress Uzo Osimpa was the host of “Lounging With the Stars”, a radio show on the pioneer broadcast station in Nigeria, Metro 97.7 FM on Sunday July 3rd, 2016.
The graduate of Economics took time out to explain her journey so far in Nollywood. When asked the question, what was your worst role so far, she replied
“Playing the role of Adaku, the sales girl on Do-Good was one role I don’t want to see myself play again. Though I liked it, but I don’t want to see myself playing such role again”.
The two-hour show had some special moments which the Abia state born actress would not forget in a hurry. She was asked a question when last she visited her village by a child caller, if she was married and a proposal for marriage on radio.
Other child callers joined the fray to talk to the beautiful actress. To add colour to the show, a trio of Nollywood actress like Rita Dominic, Zaron Udodia and Ijeoma Grace Agu called into the show to support their own.
At the end Uzo was so delighted coming on the show and wished to have another go some other time.
The cool and fly TV-personality, VJ Adams made an appearance on The Drop Spot with Rexx and Ife at Metro 97.7 FM. He came on to talk about his music on the heels of releasing the remix to his popular single, ‘Gbemisoke’ which now features Gabriel Afolayan while retaining Pasuma.
In response to what is to be expected from his ‘Fearless’ album he says,’I was in a particular place trying to express myself and I needed to let people know that I wasn’t scared … that was why I named the album Fearless…It’s got a lot of depth’ VJ Adams went ahead to drop an exclusive from the album on the show. He talked about the idea behind the song titled, ‘When a man cries’ which features Praiz.
Rexx hit home by asking if VJ Adams felt had anything to prove to the rap community and the response was, ‘I got on a track with M.I, Vector and Ice prince. It’s titled Define Rap, they couldn’t even kill me on the track!’ ‘I got nothing to prove anymore!’.
To young people who want to be different sides (the rapper, the TV-personality etc.) or all of VJ Adams he says, ‘do it for the right reasons. People that gave up on their dreams would talk you out of fulfilling your dreams. It’s left to you to let them talk you out of it.’
Watch the interview to find out the number of tracks on the forthcoming fearless album, the other song that was premiered on the show and how much fun VJ Adams can be!