- Davido – “Gbagbe Oshi” (Prod. by Shizzi)
- Wizkid – Pick up the phone (Refix)
- Dammy Krane & Davido – “Ladies” (Prod. By Scar Face)
- VIDEO + AUDIO | Phyno – “Fada Fada” ft. Olamide
- VIDEO + AUDIO | Tiwa Savage – “Standing Ovation” ft. Olamide
- VIDEO + AUDIO | DJ Jimmy Jatt – “Feeling The Beat” ft. Wizkid
- MUSIC | E.L – “Pour Put Inside” ft. Dex Kwasi & Sarkodie
- MUSIC | Kiss Daniel [@iamkissdaniel] – Good Time (Prod. by DJ Coublon)
- MUSIC | Iyanya (@iyanya) – Commotion (Prod. by TY Mix)
- MUSIC | JayLove ft Mr sparkz x Mr XpaKey – (UBI) KILL DEM ALL (prod. by @jaylovemicheal)
Messi deserves Ballon d’Or every year, says Bartomeu
- Updated: December 20, 2016
Barcelona star Lionel Messi should win the Ballon d’Or award every year, according to club president Josep Maria Bartomeu, after the Argentine was beaten to the prize by Real Madrid rival Cristiano Ronaldo.
“The Ballon d’Or should be Messi’s every year as he is the best player in the history of football,” said Bartomeu on Tuesday.
“There are other good players but Messi is undoubtedly number one.”
A handout picture released by Qatar’s Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy on December 13, 2016 shows Barcelona’s Argentinian forward Lionel Messi (C-L) holding six-year-old Afghan boy Murtaza Ahmadi (C-R) in Doha, upon the team’s arrival to play a friendly match against Saudi Arabian side Al-Ahli.
An Afghan boy who became an internet sensation after pictures of him wearing an improvised Lionel Messi football shirt went viral finally got to meet his superstar idol. / AFP
Ronaldo was crowned the world’s best footballer for a fourth time earlier this month, edging out long-time nemesis Messi, who is a record five-time winner of the award.
The decision was heavily questioned by those at the Camp Nou, especially after Messi’s sublime display in Sunday’s 4-1 defeat of neighbours Espanyol in the Catalan derby.
But Ronaldo was rewarded for helping Real win the Champions League and leading Portugal to Euro 2016 glory.
The Ballon d’Or has passed back and forth between Ronaldo and Messi for the last nine years, since Brazilian Kaka won the 2007 award.