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Davido has released the visuals to ‘How Long’ featuring U.S. singer, Tinashe.

This is the second video he has released since he got signed to Sony Music Global a few months ago.

In addition to the video release, his E.P. ‘Son of Mercy’ is out on iTunes.


Syndik8 Records artist, Lynxxx took to his Instagram to announce his newest project- a sophomore album titled “The Album Before The Album” which is set to be released this month.

This album comes six years after his debut album “This is Lynxxx”.

This is what he wrote on his Instagram:

Ladies & Gentlemen… I’m pleased to announce that my Sophomore Album titled “The Album Before The Album” would be dropping This month, October2016!—Its been a long journey getting here, a lot of experiences, the ups, and downs, having things go as planned and also learning from errors / mistakes and then…

ultimately finding myself, reinventing the sound and channeling all that into the music and emotions that you can relate and connect to. This has to be my most honest body of work ever…. At the end of this album, you would know who Lynxxx is from the inside out…

No barriers between u and i—Its been 6 Good years between my Debut album “This is Lynxxx” (available on iTunes) and this album.

I had to take that break to make sure what I’m giving to the world next is a part of me and not just a bunch of songs compiled onto a cd …I guess it’s better late than never…

I owe u guys great music and the time is NOW! I put my blood, sweat, and tears into this project—Spread the word, repost and get ready!

#TheAlbumBeforeTheAlbum#Oct2016#TheCountDownHasBegun#Syndik8Records#ManLikeLynxxx#NoItsNotAGospelAlbumlol —Producers :@spaxclassic@masterkraft_@bantey—Engineers :@oteebeatz@therealikon—Features :@mreazi@ladipoe@elrepgh—Photographer:@kelechiamadiobi—Styling:@kimonokollection—Official release date and album art coming soon God bless yall!—


The highly anticipated album “TEN” by Dr Spinall is finally here.

10 hot tracks, released today the 10th day of the 10th month.

DJ Spinall’s creative direction is tailored towards perfection, hence, the word TEN. This sophomore album, is the follow-up to his debut album; My Story. He also displays his production skills on a few tracks in the album.

The album has 10 tracks and features a star-studded line-up of artists such as Falz, Koker, Niniola, Mr Eazi, Ice Prince, Sauti Sol Shaydee and Sarkodie among others.

Singles such as ‘Package’ featuring Davido and Del B, and ‘Ohema’ featuring Mr Eazi which were released earlier this year are also included in the album.

A lot of hard work has gone into this project and he hopes you have fun listening to it, just like he did making it.

The album is available on iTunes, Tidal, Amazon, Google Play, MTN music plus

Eva – 1960 (Album Review)

For most Nigerians, the numbers, ‘1960’ is reminiscent of the year Nigeria gained her independence. Although dedicated to the year her mother was born, 1960, Eva uses this album to tell a story- one of independence, freedom, and self-awareness.
This album cannot be talked about without addressing the delays, disappointments, and announcements on this one album. This has placed the bar high for the album since such delays will mean that the album will be great. It has to be. Two years since the first announcement, the album is finally out.
The Nigerian music industry has experienced a rapid nose dive in rap music which Eva amongst other rappers is trying to preserve. She has done this through her mixtape, E.P, and videos. So the question on everyone’s mind is did she do the same and more in 1960?


The album opens up with Eva in TTTMB “Okay do you see me now? I’m here and they wonder how a black girl with dreams from the South will have it all figured out.” In this track, she leans towards a more dark tone with an eccentric force that sets the pace for the rest of the album. With the use of chants and a peculiar beat, Eva builds a unique yet twisted type of feeling in the song.
The message of self-awareness and vulnerability continues with the surprising but dazzling collaboration with Yemi Alade in the mystical sounding Mbali which means flower in Zulu. The rapper bears her soul with lines like “I look fly on the outside, but I’m patched up on the inside,” and “the things that we just keep holding on to, they not even gonna make us feel good”. Eva speaks of her thoughts and issues on this track. This shows that this album was forged in a furnace of total honesty.


Yaba captures the sound and style Eva is generally known for. A similar message from Mbali recurs in ‘Pretty’. Through her descriptive songwriting, we get a glimpse into her inner struggles and her battle with the world and its standards, “Stress, all of this stress, look at this pimples”.
The upbeat ‘For My Momma’ is filled with a beautiful message of wanting to give back to a woman who sacrificed a lot for her “I’m tryna buy a house for my momma momma, yea yea that’s right”. This track has a 2 minute 33 seconds skit with Eva and her mum reminiscing. Although it was a personal touch, it was a tad bit too long and somewhat unnecessary.
“Sweet Little Girl” is a Reggae-inspired rendition which gives motivation that everything is possible. Femi Kuti steps in performing brilliantly on the saxophone on ‘Woman’; with Eva rendering a high life inspired rap. ‘Dance With You’ featuring Dare Art Alade is a sensual Carribean inspired track.


Eva’s previous works like “Kanayo, Deaf, Deaf & Dumb and War coming” were included on this album. Although they are very good songs with amazing features, it left the album needing a hint of something new as four old tracks in an album that was postponed for years is a big error. All new tracks were expected with the amount of time that went into this album.

All in all, 1960 was a good album. Eva showcased her impressive writing skills and her ability to work with different genres. Aside from the voice notes that deemed unnecessary as they could be converted into a song, the album is definitely one to listen to. It has the potentials of transcending you into different mind frames and emotions.


‘Asuai,’ a brief but gripping mini-EP by Phlow, produced entirely by Swedish beatsmith, Ryko. ‘Asuai’ means ‘My Year’ in Ukwani, a dialect spoken by the Delta Igbos of Eastern Nigeria.

In a few tracks, a love rollercoaster story is told. One of a young girl falling in and out of love. It starts at the top of the ride where all seems good and rosy. The E.P. opens up with the head-over-heels vibe on “Little Girl, Big’Ole World” and “Building Walls” with the latter featuring striking imagery as “Want to colour you with all my thoughts”.

But like most rollercoaster rides with the loops and the huge drops, Phlow shows that the enjoyable side of love doesn’t last. There are surprises, unexpected twists and turns.

The relationship begins to crumble on “Cracked Windows” and there is the realisation that it was time to end the relationship on the ’80 inspired track, “The Exit”.

This E.P. has all of Phlow’s skills on full display with her story-driven and vibrantly written lyrics. ‘Asuai’ also boasts beats from Ryko’s ‘feng/shui’ tape. The fusion of Phlow and Ryko’s artistry takes up a new life with a unique type of sound.

We at hope you enjoy ‘Asuai”


Maleek Berry has released the official track list for his E.P. “Last Daze of Summer”. The E.P. is set to be released on Friday, 30th September 2016.

#LDOS has six tracks listed including the self-produced hit ‘Kontrol”, which garnered millions of streams across different platforms on the internet.

Maleek Berry broke into the spotlight in 2012 when he was nominated in the “Music Producer of the Year” category at the 2014 Nigeria Entertainment Awards. He is currently signed as an in-house producer for Starboy Entertainment. Maleek Berry has worked with artists such as Wizkid, Davido, Wale, Wande Coal, Fuse ODG, Runtown and Iyanya.

We at are looking forward to the E.P.


In the early hours of the morning, Burna Boy announced that his new E.P., “Redemption” is available.

The seven track body of work shows a collaboration between Burna boy and producer, Leriq.

The 90’s themed E.P. shows Burna’s versatility and serves as an introduction to the international mainstream music market.


The singer is planning to hold his ‘Homecoming Concert’ in the U.K. on the 1st of October where he is set to perform songs from this newly released E.P.

You can get the E.P. here

We at recommend that you listen to it.


Davido took to his |Snapchat today to officially announce the addition of a new artiste to DMW’s roster. Dammy Krane has joined the DMW family which already consists of acts like Mayorkun, Dremo and Danagod.


Prior to this, Dammy Krane has been with Tu Face’s Hypertek Digital since 2012 and released some hits with the label like ‘Kalamity’ and ‘Lobatan’.

Although there is no statement on why he left Hypertek Digital, we believe that this transition will give Dammy Krane his much-needed comeback.

Already, we are expecting the release of the video for ‘Ladies’ from the duo which will be nothing but fireworks.

We at wish Dammy Krane the best and are excited to see his next steps.


Effyzzie Music Group, home to Africa’s championing diva Yemi Alade and afro-pop act Geniuzz is proud to announce the addition of her new signee “Soti”, who was reportedly scouted by Yemi Alade.

Soti experienced a turn around in her music career when she met Yemi Alade in Abuja and shortly after, she signed a recording and management deal with Effyzzie Music Group/Rebel Movement.

She is set to release her official debut single titled “Feel You” which is already available for pre-order on iTunes.

Soti (real names: Sotonye Jane Willie-Pepple) born on the 1st of November 1991 is a Nigerian afro-R&B/pop singer and songwriter, influenced by the artistry of Michael Jackson, Sade, Fela Anikulapo Kuti and Brandy.

Soti’s earlier works include a collaboration with producer P2J and Ice Prince Zamani on her single titled “Boy”. She also had a guest vocal appearance on Naeto C’s “Superman” and Ikechukwu’s “Killz”. The singer was once a member of a U.K band, The Lizards.

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