Producer OluAndTheCoconut joined forces with rappers Remy Baggins, Pscho YP and Blaqbonez to create what can only be described as a madness. Pretty Boy D-O is known for bringing out our inner agberos, but this one will have you believe you’re The Hood Pablo Escobar; it goes that hard.
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By Victor Aderibigbe — 4 months ago
Kida Kudz is showing no signs of slowing down. Just a few days ago, the Disturbing London signee released ‘Moon Walk‘ and while we’ve still not gotten over the bop and he is already serving us a new monster jam titled ‘Bounce’.
On this record teams up with the East London rapper, Wiley to create yet another club banger that could get you in your worst behaviour. In the accompanying video, Kida Kida is found in a sexy car wash with the hot models cheerfully obliging his requests to ‘make it bounce’.
The raunchy video is directed by Capone and Guise.
By Victor Aderibigbe — 3 months ago
Houston-based Nigerian singer, Myoa has released her debut album titled “Beautiful Journey“. This is a 12-track LP in which the eclectic singer showcases her distinct sound characterised by a fusion of soul, pop and jazz, laced with African influences.
This album has been in the works for a while now as she describes the project as “a collection of songs written over many years that expressing my journey in life…“. With “Beautiful Journey,” she seeks to share a piece of her heart with her listeners thereby giving them a “euphoric experience.”
“In life, there are ups and downs, but each moment is part of your journey and you can choose to look at it in a beautiful way and see beauty through the ashes and enjoy the simple and little things in life.” She says.
Led by ‘You‘ and ‘Star Power‘, this is a very personal project as it features the sweet singing-Johnny Drille as the only guest throughout its 12 tracks. Production-wise, however, Myoa seeks assistance from BigFootInYourFace, Cobhams Asuquo, Eddie Ferguson, Johnny Drille and Robert Eibach who helped co-produce the solo LP.
By Victor Aderibigbe — 4 weeks ago
Exactly a month after the release of “Nucleus” with Teck-Zilla, MCskill ThaPreacha is back with the second instalment in the 4-track series. On this, MCskill teams up with his friend and longtime collaborator, Stormatique, a seasoned hip-hop producer who also released his “Grains of Salt” album a couple of months back.
In usual fashion, this tape contains only four tracks with no guests. The entire project is also solely produced by Stormatique who doesn’t disappoint in delivering solid beats for the OG rapper to shine on.
“Nucleus Vol. 2” opens with MCskill showing off the strength and depth of his pen on ‘Awakening‘. This is a cypher-like barfest in which the breathless and insatiable rapper spazzes over the slick boom-bap beat. This is swiftly followed by ‘Without Aid‘, a track which touches on the endemic substance abuse among youths today.
‘New Beginnings‘ finds the rapper cheekily reflecting on his stint in the friend zone while he wraps the EP with an insightful social commentary on ‘Criminals‘. In this thoughtful closer, MCskill is in full elder statesman mode as he reflects on cybercrime commonly known in these parts as “yahoo-yahoo.” He is also highly critical of corrupt government officials whose greed has made the country a hotbed for crime.
Enjoy the “Nucleus Vol.2” above.