We attended the London premiere of Theodora Ibekwe’s debut nollywood production Shameful Deceit. This premiere was so much talked about breaking all records for a nollywood film. Greenwich Odeon was packed and with the red carpet rolled out, we expected not less than glamour. Enjoy these interviews presented by Kasaskie
Davido, Mr Gobe, Dami Duro Hitmaker announces his first tour of the UK. Tour starts with massive concert in London Indigo2 and goes round majors cities including Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool and other cities yet to be announced. 2HBTV was at the press announcement and Dani got a moment to speak to Omo Baba Olowo […]
Ok. Kukere Master is the rave of the moment especially if you are in the US or UK. He’s just completed a 16-state US tour and set to storm prestigious Indigo at the O2 this sunday. This guy is had to catch so when we got a couple of minutes, we had to make […]
In part two of the 3-part interview with Timaya, he talks about how hard Nigerian artist are working super hard to prove their originality. He disses Rick Ross in the process and some words for the government. More to come from Timaya, the Egberi papa 1. From naija kukere, ghana azonto, makossa, he touched all […]
Catch up with the cast of nollywood/hollywood film Turning Point and a host of other celebrities on the red carpet. It was the premiere of the film on the 12th of December 2012. 2hbtv was there to bring you these exclusive interviews.
We bring you an interview with the director of the upcoming film “Turning Point”, Niyi Towolawi. Niyi, coming off the success of “Twisted”, serves up another winner with an all-star american and african cast. The film tagged by some as nollywood meets hollywood is set to break new records as it premiers in london on […]
Damilola Fashola talks about the Awards given to 30 Nigerians for the New World Nigeria project during Olympics 2012
One of the 30 selected artists for the New World Nigeria project spoke to 2HBTV during the Olympic games at Nigeria House
During the Olympics, we visited the Theatre Royal Stratford East which was transformed into 30 Nigeria house. We had the opportunity to talk to some of the artists awarded grants to pursue their artistic passions. Ola Masha, director and actor, was one of them.