Rapid Fire – Santi ft Shane Eagle, Amaarae

Santi’s 2018 hasn’t had just good music, the man has shown skill as a filmmaker too. He directed and produced the video for Freaky and directed the video for Odunsi’s falling.

The streak of videos continues with the release of the visual for Rapid Fire. Santi’s found-footage, 90s Nollywood horror video style continues with this montage. The tagline at the end ‘Sorry, we don’t have any candles’ makes the video even more interesting.

Mixed reactions have come for this video (as usual). While some of us think this video is dope, there are others who (interestingly) are now sure that Alte is a cult.

If you have not watched the video, you should.

Santi’s New Single Is An Ode To A Fun Time

Santi has a great year with tracks like Icy and Freaky and some amazing features like Odunsi’s Alté Cruise and Tay Iwar’s SpaceThe young master is back with Rapid Fire featuring the Warrior Princess, Ghana’s Amaarae and South African Shane Eagle.

The Genio Bambino-produced joint is very 2000s Dancehall vibes, with a gangsta twist. A cool verse from Shane Eagle, a vocal transition From Tomi Agape moves the listener from Santi to Amaarae’s beautiful soft vocals and the combination of all these ingredients makes this international pot of stew very tasty.

The song, released earlier today is another perfect weekend jam and is another guarantee of Santi’s musical versatility.

New From Nonso Amadi & Kida Kudz

Nonso Amadi has done some good work since releasing No Crime in June this year being featured on Santi’s Freaky and the Palmwine Music 2 hit System Fail. 

The lover boy has come back with his second release of the year with help from British-Nigerian rapper Kida Kudz. The song, released this morning does have a little deviation from the usual Nonso Amadi. With help from Kida Kudz, the singer drops a weekend jam that is also a sweet serenade. Kida Kudz’s verse also brings just the right sprinkle of hard guy to the track.

Listen to Dial Me here.

Skepta & Wizkid Are Alté Cruising – Bad Energy Video

We’ve seen a recent wave of videos pay homage to 90’s Nollywood with the VHS-style footage (the peak being Santi’s self-directed Freaky video); an aesthetic many would attribute to the Alté Movement.

Santi’s New Video Is Just That – Freaky

Check out his new video that just dropped today.  We’re sure you’d love it!

The video, directed by Santi himself is a psychedelic twist on generic 90s Nollywood horror with a special homage to Helen Ukpabio; Santi’s favorite director. Santi dons the mien of a crooked exorcist while Nonso Amadi and Bridge are being haunted by a soul-devouring woman (naturally).

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