Rising star, Bella Alubo has announced the soon to be release of her song ‘Gba gbe(motive) remix’ featuring Nigerian artist, Psycho YP and Tanzanian Bongo star, Lava Lava. ‘Gba gbe’ is off her four track ‘Popstar EP’ containing songs like; La La land, Gbolahan, Pretty things and Gba gbe: an Afro-house song questioning the motive of her dance partner igniting new passions in her. It was released on the 9th of October 2020.
Her previous releases includes Agbani with Zlatan, Summer’s over EP, For you with D-Truce etc. Bella Alubo and Kanibeatz ‘Gba gbe’ featuring Psycho YP and Lava Lava will be out this friday. Produced by Sound Engineer SoMajestik. Click here to pre-order.
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It’s always amazing to see how far Tems has come over the past year. With just three singles under her belt as well as a handful of features, she already sits as of Nigeria’s most promising stars. The soul-stirring singer stole the heart of Nigerians with her ode to an erring lover ‘Mr Rebel’ and ‘Looku Looku’ which made many keep tabs on her progress. She then followed this up with her empowering anthem ‘Try Me’ that vaulted her to a new level of mainstream awareness. By the end of 2019, Tems was already a household name. And ever since ‘Try Me’, she has been on a streak of stellar guest appearances with SDC, Lady Donli, Odunsi and most recently Khalid on ‘Know Your Worth’ with Davido.
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But all hope is not lost. Things are just sour, not rotten. There’s still a shot at redemption. “Can you please make up your mind yeah/ cause you’re running out of options” she warns. Tems wants reassurances, but a half-assed one as she demands “tell me that you’ll feel again/ You’ll be with me to the grave.”
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By Victor Aderibigbe — 10 months ago
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By The PGM Club — 4 years ago
Kyrian Asher, one of the most prolific artists we’ve heard in Nigeria and if you know him you’d know his music is nothing short of pure magic.
Everything from the art of the song, to the production, mixing, singing, rapping, name it, he creates it packaged in a body of work that’s delivered for consumption to a conscious audience.
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The song sets the mood immediately with Kyrian singing through the distorted loop bouncing as the violins fall into place orchestrated for the words to echo through.
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We at The PGM Club definitely think Kyrian is one to look out for.
And should you be tempted to want press play over and over again, go right ahead, we did too.
Please tell another good music lover!
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