Amaarea’s Fluid visuals, damn; she killed it. The colors, the song, her face, what more do you want? I could watch this video on a loop for an hour. The transitions, the color grading of the video is a work of art.
If you have never heard of Amaarea, be prepared to be left in awe.
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The video, directed by Seun Opabisi emphasizes Zamir’s menacing, no-nonsense stance in collecting all debts with pretty graphic imagery: the rapper’s ripped chest on display (at one point, splattered with blood) walking through a slaughterhouse, threatening a character we assume to be a debtor and a burning corpse.
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By Victor Aderibigbe — 6 months ago
L.O.S is back! The group best known for their 2012 smash hit, ‘Bad Guy P’ have been missing in action for quite a while now.
And after several years of pursuing their solo careers, Tomi Thomas, Zamir, BrisB and Bridge have rejoined forces as a collective to release a new tape without warning. Titled “Tribe”, this project contains just three tracks spanning across genres.
The production on “Tribe” is handled by Smallz, Cubix, Kufe and Genio. Its engineering, on the other hand, is also handled by Cubix, Genio and the alte playmaker, GMK.
This is no doubt an EP that help reintroduce the collective to the scene and welcome the new generation that didn’t rock with them in their heydays to the tribe.Post Views: 251
By Victor Aderibigbe — 9 months ago
One of Nigeria’s most gifted and eccentric acts Blackmagic has released a new surprise project, “Blackmagic 3.0 (Starving Artist).” This is the long-overdue follow-up to his much celebrated 2013 classic, “Blackmagic 2.0” which contained standouts like ‘Repete’, the Sasha-assisted ‘Confam’ and ‘Pass Me By, featuring Oritse Femi.
Almost without warning, the project comes much to the delight of fans and lovers of good music after we were reminded of Blackmagic’s brilliant artistry on a guest feature on Blaqbonez’s last tape, “Mr Boombastic.” He also released two EPS last year that went under the radar despite its brilliance.
“Blackmagic 3.0 (Starving Artist)” is a 13-track LP with appearances from one of Nigeria’s most promising acts, Tems and rapper, Big Bad. The album is led by singles, ‘Bad Intentions’, ‘Anything 4 Love’ and ‘No Need’.
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