D-Truce, BarelyAnyHook & Bigfoot Team Up On ‘Mango’

It’s always a beautiful thing when several individually brilliant artists join forces to create something even more beautiful. D-Truce, BarelyAnyHook and Bigfoot have joined forces for a very juicy record, suitably titled ‘Mango’. This record was originally scheduled for release on Friday, June 4, but was put off till today in solidarity with the stand against rape and violence.

Enjoy the single above.

Listen To 3rty, TylerRiddim & D-Truce’s Tale Of Love & Heartbreak on ‘Omoge’

Just over a year after they joined forces on ‘Roll Up/ The Hotbox Skit’ off D-Truce’s debut album “2 Bird, 1 Stone,” 3try, TylerRiddim and D-Truce have reunited on a new release titled ‘Omoge’.

Produced by the capable duo Jayblake and DJ Xtreme, ‘Omoge’ is a familiar tale of love and heartbreak. Over the soft and mellow Afropop instrumentation, the trio bond over experiences of being at the mercy or being played by their respective love interests. And with their throbbing hearts, they turn to what offers them solace; their music. “Baby don’t put me for trouble, don’t burst my bubble omoge,” 3rty pleads. TylerRiddim reiterates, singing “ma lo koba mi” in Yoruba.

A calm and collected D-Truce delievers a well laid out verse groaning over the excesses of his lover who appears to be losing interest in him, steady finding faults in his actions.

This is an all too familiar tale that many of us can relate to. It takes us back to those moments when we feel our lover slowly slipping away from our grasp. Enjoy the record above and let us know what you think.

Listen To A Reflective D-Truce In ‘Grateful’ With Malobi & Kulupsy

This year has not been the best to be honest. We are just three months in and it almost feels like it has lasted a lifetime. But even as we are currently dealing with the perils of one of the worst pandemics in recent history, D-Truce is leading us to be grateful for life.

In his just-released Malobi and Kulupsy-assisted single ‘Grateful’, D-Truce is in a full introspective and reflective mood. Over the hip-hop and reggae fused production, he takes us down memory lane, serving pointers on things he’s most thankful for.

This is D-Truce’s first offering since his team-up with Bella Alubo in their 2019 love duet, ‘For You’. A short and sweet affair, ‘Grateful’ which covers a Khalid song is one tune to fall back upon through this crisis.

D-Truce Celebrates Album Anniversary With ‘Conversations’ Video

In celebration of the first anniversary of his debut album “2 Birds 1 Stone,” Nigerian rapper, D-Truce has released the first video off the project. This is a video Truce describes as the “most creative music video ever made by a Nigerian.” And a quick look into it proves that that’s not too far from the truth.  

Shot by Agbawo Nesta for Nestastudios, the team turns a creative block into brilliance crafting the video from a random collection of boomerangs. The creative twist is reminiscent of Ryan Staake’s finesse in the video for Young Thug’s ‘Wyclef Jean’. 

The video also features appearances from some of Nigeria’s most gifted young acts like BarelyAnyHook, Remy Baggins, Tems and Dami Oniru

Enjoy ‘Conversations’ below.


D-Truce And Bella Alubo Tell A Beautiful Love Story On ‘For You’

Nigerian rapper, Dusten Truce has teamed up with Bella Alubo on new love number titled ‘For You‘. This is D-Truce’s first post-“2 Bird 1 Stone” release, his debut album which was released to good reviews early this year. The 6-track album housed highlights like ‘Celebrity Champagne‘, ‘Oga police‘ and ‘City of Excellence‘ and also featured appearances from Paybac, Straffitti, 3rty, Slayvelli, Dewa and Tylerriddim.

On this new Jesse Alordiah produced cut, D-Truce and Bella Alubo are love-struck as they trade verses describing their affection for one another, promising themselves sunshine and rainbows in their blazing romance. ‘For You‘ is no doubt a soothing and melodious love number with wonderfully diced afrobeats percussions and an ambient scintillating guitar riffs.

Enjoy this record above and let us know what you think.

DAP The Contract Releases The Second Entry Off His CTIII Series Titled ‘Good Bad Bad Good’

Last week, DAP the Contract kicked off the third instalment of his Contract Thursday series with a solo effort titled ‘Prismcolors’. And now, premiering on the PGM Club, the rapper is joining forces with Sumner Becker on the second release off the CTIII series titled ‘Good Bad Bad Good‘.

DAP the Contract was on the PGM Radio Show a couple of weeks ago to discuss the string of weekly Thursday releases while also giving us a peek into two tracks off the series – ‘Prismcolors’ and ‘Bryn’s Interlude‘. He was also kind enough to drop a fire freestyle alongside other razor-sharp wordsmiths like Payper Corleone, Idris King, D-Truce and Ycee.

The American-based rapper, who tries as much to shuffle between his home and host country is now taking time amidst law-school work to put as much music. The Contract Thursday (CT) series finds DAP off album mode, as he experiments different ideas and explores diverse sounds, swinging in and out of genres over a stretch of weekly releases.

Good Bad Bad Good‘ is a very short affair. Spanning just below two minutes, it fades off just while you’re trying to getting into it, nudging you to promptly hit the replay button. Over a wavy instrumental with a mild trap bounce, rolling hi-hats and an ambient jazzy sax solo, DAP and Becker ponder upon the strapping pull and allure of the ‘bad’ side.

Enjoy the number above and tell us what you think.

Dusten Truce and BarelyAnyHook on the Push Good Music Radio Show

Dusten Truce stopped by to discuss and premiere his debut album (2 Birds, 1 Stone) with the PGM fam.  The album which took 2years to make had a lot of memories and soul in it…And, BarelyAnyHook also came through…

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