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New acts are popping up every week and it’s our mission to unveil them as it happens.
Hip-Hop/Soul Singer, AUSTIIN, is a budding Nigerian recording artist, songwriter and producer.
His initial releases include tracks Trouble (featuring Buju and Essien) which he only has credits for as a producer.
His debut Single Here For You (featuring Tieno) was released in December 2017 and it quickly became a fan fave.
AUSTIIN has been consistent with his craft in 2018 releasing Thrills, originally a prelude to his 2019 project titled WRATH OF AUGUST. The track was produced and engineered by producer and frequent collaborator, Trill Xoe.
Thrills sees AUSTIIN stay true to his experimental trap sound as he delivers dreamy vocals over Xoe’s harrowing chords and hard-hitting subs. The dolorous shadow cast over the entire track by the production is the perfect backdrop for AUSTIIN’s emotive tale-telling of the struggle to make it in his city, Lagos. He sings of his plan to “make a milli off a sick deal” and how far he is willing to go to get through the struggle and achieve success in a difficult terrain.
Thrills is yet another testament to his remarkable chemistry with Trill Xoe.
Listen to Here For You and other projects from AUSTIIN here.
Reggie aka Sabi Boy who is a budding Rap & Afro-Fusion Recording and Performing Artist who has been consistently putting out music since 2015, with songs like Bad Girl, Sabi Boy, Anybody and his 2018 single Fire Dancer.
The 22-year-old Nigerian artiste put out his debut project City Of Gold in 2017 and has since decided to take the professional route with music.
A graduate of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology – Ghana, Sabi Boy’s sound is a blend of Rap, Afro-Pop, and Reggae fusion, submerged in a variation of urban Nigerian and Ghanaian music
He has finally put out his overly anticipated sophomore project. Popular Demand which is a 4-track Afro-fusion project features Ghanaian based artiste Chika Blaze & Producer extraordinaire O’giver.
What’s new in Music this week? That’s the question we aim to answer.
We enjoyed Palmwine Music Vol 2 and The Collectiv3’s Live. Create. Repeat. but it’s time to reflect and figure out 2019.
Show Dem Camp is out with their first project of the year These Buhari Times. By now, SDC fans are familiar with their table-shaking Clone Wars projects and as the fourth instalment, These Buhari Times is no different.
The LP explores issues from internet fraud, lazy Nigerian youth-ing, fair weather friendships to toxic masculinity. The Spax-produced project, mixed and mastered by AudioGrease Monkey features Ladipoe, Vector, Tems, Cina Soul, Sir Dauda, M.I, Phlow, Dap The Contract and Rotex.
Start the year right, listen to These Buhari Times here.
Let’s plug in and review freshly released music videos.
Our favourite irawo starts off the year with a great track featuring Runtown.
The singer released the song and it’s video yesterday via YouTube.
The Clarence Peters-directed video brings back the dancer in the beautiful Stargurl.
The Gimme Love video gives the steamy list the song speaks of as Seyi Shay does not fall short with her supply of sexy seduction.
Since H.I.G.H, Wavy the Creator has put out a series of interludes – projects that are softer and more intimate than her usual art.
The singer’s mates single and third interlude, aptly named Interlude 3 produced by Genio Bambino features rapper Zamir.
Wavy recently released the official video for this interlude via her VERY RARE VIBES channel on YouTube. The video was directed by camera-bender TSE and SAN V.
An impressive thing about this video (and Wavy’s general visual expression) is how clearly you can see that she is the centerpiece of the art. TSE’s command of colour is seen in the video but you can easily see how heavily Wavy herself is inspiration for the video.
Watch Interlude 3 here.
Our editors are hard at work everyday to bring your the best releases of the week.
Music and art are forever entwined from album covers to the execution of music videos, set designs, and stage performances etc. Altogether creating a bigger picture through inspiration.
Boj has had a solid run in 2018, from his collaborative EP with Ajebutter Make e no cause fight to being a Jameson brand ambassador.
He recently announced via Twitter that he’ll be dropping his new record with Skepta and fellow DRB mate Teezee.