Deep Hausa is a West-African dance music producer/DJ collective. They launched last week at the LMC 2016 (Lagos Music Conference – Festival) with a remix of Olamide’s ‘Who You Epp’ mixed with Sam Feldt’s ‘Show Me Love‘ – produced by Deep Hausa’s own Wavos.
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By Victor Aderibigbe — 7 months ago
After a string of releases over the past month, Nigerian Afro-soul sensation, WurlD has released a new EP that encapsulates his sound titled “AfroSoul”. It came as a surprise to many when he announced that he was releasing a project two weeks ago. This was because many were still enjoying the sounds off his well-received “I Love Girls With Trobul” EP with ace producer Sarz. Well, the blue-haired singer is leaving nothing to chance, showing us that has way more where that came from.
This new EP contains seven songs with its production handled by a capable team of Shizzi, Spax, TMXO, Soko7, Kel P, Teflon Zincfence, Wakanyna and Del B. WurlD appears solo on all the song on this EP save for the final track, Birthday Song/Palmwine Riddim that features Zeal.
In ‘Love Nobody’ the lead single for this project, WurlD’s striking pen again collides with a pop radio-friendly melody poised for spins on the airwaves. Produced by TMXO, the song is a soft blend of electro and house with splashes of Afropop elements.
The message of the song is simple; when it comes to woman, WulrD can’t afford to share. Across the record, he details his romance with his sweetheart and the exclusivity they mutually agree to. “I don’t want my baby next to nobody,” he warbles in the chorus.Post Views: 534
By Eseosa BeloOsagie — 2 years ago
Edwin Madu – Dwin, The Stoic is a poet, singer, songwriter and 1/3 of the ‘Experimental Rock’ band Ignis Brothers (along with Ruth Zakari and Lamide Aranmolate).
In July, Dwin released his debut album Heavy Heart. The project is a multi-genre LP and honestly, this is the playlist for the times you can’t get a text back. The genres go from Folk to Soft Rock and we listen to Dwin artfully use this debut to draw attention to his voice – so raw and filled with emotion. Heavy Heart was exclusively produced by 3rty and features Paybac, Gido, Vader theBarelyAnyHook, Davina Oriakhi, Jamal Swiss and Nnayimovich (The Stoic’s alter ego). The album has the rollout singles Happy Song and Are You The One? and Ignis Brothers’ debut single Braveheart. For all the fun it may bring to being in the feels of not getting a text back, Heavy Heart is introspective and makes one think, exploring concepts from spirituality to love and heartbreak. The album’s lead single Happy Song is ironically unhappy telling the story of a lover’s loss brought to life in TheGrandVezir’s stop-motion animation video.
Heavy Heart is an amazing debut and this writer is looking forward to crying more tears.Post Views: 744
By The PGM Club — 4 years ago
Another young musician that has our ear is Nonso Amadi and on his new single Radio, he talks about staying relevant to his fans.
Juls produces an instrumental that serves as the perfect vessel to help Nonso deliver this message. The light drums and strings blending effortlessly with Nonso’s stellar vocals.
This is what good music sounds like and we at thepgmclub recommend that you listen.Post Views: 525