MUSIC: JDC Ft. Ceeza Milli – Calm DownJan 2017

 DOWNLOAD: ‘JDC ft. Ceeza Milli – Calm Down‘

DOWNLOAD: ‘JDC ft. Ceeza Milli – Calm Down‘
Brand new single from the Touchdown Records headhuncho. JDC returns with a banging tune, on this he features the highly rated Ceeza Milli and it’s titled “Calm Down”. 
This follows up with his Sean Tizzle collaborations “Kpata Kpata” Which visuals dropped here in January, made waves in 2016..JDC sure has a lot in stock for 2017

VIDEO: JDC ft. Sean Tizzle – Kpata Kpata

June 15, 2016


JDC – Kpata Kpata [Official Video] ft. Sean Tizzle
VIDEO: JDC ft. Sean Tizzle – Kpata Kpata

“Nateast Records unveils the highly anticipated visuals to the hit single ‘Kpata Kpata’ from JDC featuring Afro pop sensational singer & songwriter Sean Tizzle. 

The Nateast Records front-liner, JDC whose real name is James Etumudon has been consistent with releases classy and top-notch musical content for a quite a while now and ‘Kpata Kpata’ definitely sets the bar higher which the clean and clear visuals shot in New York and directed by LookMan for Africalabash Films

JDC & Sean Tizzle have given us a definite must-watch with this one.
The Afro Pop rising star/ song writer and Delta State-native, James Etumudon aka JDC, formerly known as was Jay Aims. Released his first single Tinkoko with the video in 2012 under his own record label JDC Entertainment, later lunched his second single ” Marry Me ” with his new name JDC.
The third single titled JUMP UP was produced by DTunes, mix and mastered by Suka Sounds.
JDC – Jump Up (Prod. By DTunes)
June 16, 2015 

DOWNLOAD AUDIO: JDC- Jump Up (Prod. By DTunes) 

JDC – Jump Up (Prod. by DTunes and Mix/Mastered by Suka Sounds)

 Singer, songwriter, musician and JAY AIMS – real name JAMES ETUMUDON – was born and raised in Lagos and started out in music as a kid drummer as well as harmonica guru in St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Surulere. However, Jay Aims began to sing professionally in 2011 and burst into the scene with his successful wedding song “Marry Me” which was produced by Baby Bizzy – he has continued to grow in stature with massive radio support from the likes of Rhythm 93.7 and Unilag FM among others. 

Originally from Delta State, Jay Aims incorporates his many different upbringings into his music by singing excellently in Yoruba, English, Pidgin English and his native dialect of IKA and merging these languages beautifully into his music. An exceptional artist by all standards, Jay Aims is also the CEO of JDC Entertainment – the label which was at the helm of the 2011 release of “Marry Me”.

2012 sees the release of Jay Aims’ brand new single titled “Tinkoko” via JDC Entertainment. Premiered subsequently by Rhythm 93.7 FMand Unilag FM, the Don Adah and Laylow Productions co-produced massive hit is poised for a whirlwind forthcoming months as it takes over clubs, parties and national radio. 
Introducing Jay Aims With The Single “Tinkoko”!

26 JUL 2012 

Tinkoko – Download Here
Jay Aims in flying form from start to finish as he switches effortlessly between English and Yoruba while highlighting his unique song writing skills and exciting performance style.

And if you’re still asking “what is Tinkoko?” Jay Aims describes it as his own “new style of dance that is not only fun but also easy to do” and as we await the video for an example of how to “Tinkoko”, click on download above to enjoy the tunes.
JAY AIMS” has also performed his songs as a guest at various shows and weddings. His hit debut single titled Marry Me which was produced by Baby-Beez with an infectious Afro-beat tune with a juju edge. Real name is James Etumudon from delta state (Ika South) Agbor,Nigeria. Lives in Lagos Nigeria, started music since 2000 and professionally in 2011 with a debut single titled “Marry Me”.
Jay Aims – Marry Me [Download] 

16 November 2011

Marry MeDownload Here

James Etumudon, known on stage as Jay Aims, is also an artiste promoter and a record label owner. He owns JDC Entertainments and couple of Artists,he is to have one notable artiste under his record label named Precious Shafe known as Slim Presh know ( Pave ) which is no longer on the label.


How To Be Balance

If u use some form of electronic Medias


electronics to the world
electronics to the world

–whether a computer, a cell phone, or another device

–ask yourself this four questions and following a few simple DOS and DON’TS will help you to stay and       in control


“Fill your minds with this thing that are good and that deserve praises: things that are true, noble right pure lovely and honorable

DO keep in contact with friend and family, and share up building news and viewpoints.

DON’TS spread harmful gossip, share immoral text messages or pictures or morally degrading video clips or programs


”For everything there is an appointed time

DO set a limit on how much time you will spend sending or receiving call and text messages, watching programs or playing games (video)

Out of respect; turn off your devices while at important places and events, such as meetings, you can respond to messages later.


electronics to the world
electronics and humans

Don’ts allow your use of electronic media to interrupt time you have set aside to spend with friends and family, to study or to engage in spiritual activities.


“Do not d=be misled, bad associations spoil useful habits.

DO use electronic media to strengthen the ties you have with people who encourage you to develop good habits.

DON’T fool yourself –you will adopt the standards, language and thinking of those you choose to socialize with through e-mail, text, TV, Video or the

electronics to the world
text messages


And lastly


“Make sure of the more important things

DO keep track of how much time you spend using electronic media

DON’T ignore the comment of your friends and family or the direction of your parents of they say that you’re spending too more time with some form of media.

“Speaking of using electronic media in a balance way, a friend’s quote sum up the matter well : Electronic are fun, but only for only for brief amount of time, I’ve learned not to allow technology to be a wedge that separates me


from my family and friends.