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Listen To Asikey George’s First Project In Four Years, “Yellow”

Three years after besting Amanda Black, Ogecha, Busiwa and other amazing acts across Africa to win the Best Female Artist in Inspirational Music at the celebrated music awards show, AFRIMA, Asikey George is back with new music. Between these two monumental periods, she dished out three singles, ‘Dark’,’Love With You’ and ‘We (Don’t Let Me Go)’, the last two coming in just last year. This releases, no doubt, helped to keep fans on their toes, anticipating the release of her first project since the critically acclaimed 2016 EP, “Human.”

This wait came to an end over the weekend, as the singer whose artistry is built off a blend of soul, pop and alternative rock released her new EP titled “Yellow.” This new project contains six never-heard-before tracks with the title track also serving as the closer of the EP.

Interestingly, the project guests a lone feature from Brymo, who recently released an album of the same title.

Enjoy this new EP from Asikey and let us know what you think.

Listening To Bigfoot & Femi Leye’s ‘Fireflies’ Is The Best Form Of Self Care

Femi Leye is the latest in the long list of artists to work with Bigfootinyourface this year, particularly on his Downtempo Friday series. On the eighth instalment of the highly collaborative weekly series, both acts join forces to create a brilliant work of art titled ‘Fireflies‘.

Femi Leye, a popular multi-talented guitarist who has toured several continents including North America and Europe with the 79th Element bad which he co-founded with Adekunle Gold has also worked with the creme de la creme of the industry including Burna Boy, Brymo, Don Jazzy and Tiwa Savage.

On this record, Femi Leye’s skill as a guitar mastreo is on full display as he delievers a masterful lengthy but piercing solo over the background sound of a burning fireplace. This is a song best enjoyed lying faced up while staring at the clouds with your earphones plugged in at the loudest volume. Thank me later.

Definitely a record for the soul. Enjoy

Brymo’s Very Reflective Video – Bá’núsọ

Bá’núsọ is the second official video off Brymo’s critically acclaimed Oṣó album of 2018. The album which dropped in march put the singer at the forefront of Nigerian Twitter conversations with the release of the visuals to the album’s lead single Heya! 

Oṣó (Yoruba for ‘wizard’) is Brymo’s sixth studio album and is very diary-like. The video for Bá’núsọ sees the singer alone in darkness while he belts out his lyrics in such a manner that is reminiscent of an old man’s soliloquy. Brymo’s expression throughout the video is akin to that of an elder who knows something the rest of us don’t. While the album’s message often gets lost in translation and many often attribute its genius to Brymo being ‘over-woke’, no one can deny that Brymo does deserve all the accolades Oṣó has gotten and is still getting.

Bá’núsọreleased via YouTube on the 9th of September was directed by Victor Olawale and edited by Samuel Obadina.

PGM Radio Show with Brymo, Waye, Alpha, Bai

In this episode, Brymo stops by to discuss his passion for music and his artistic calling;  Alpha honors M.I, Waye exclusively premieres new music at the Club and Bai discusses fashion and art with us.

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