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Burna Boy hops on the remix of DJ Tarico’s Yaba Buluku with Preck and Nelson Tivane

Burna Boy hops on the remix of DJ Tarico’s Yaba Buluku with Preck and Nelson Tivane. Burna Boy shakes up one of the biggest Amapiano song of the year bringing with him an unforgettable Afrobeat twist. The original song was released on DJ Tarico’s “Moz Piano vol.2” November 2020. The song has gone on to top the charts in South Africa. On this song, Burna hypes himself and reannounces his Odowgu status;

Odowgu you Bad, e fele fu Burna, Odowgu you Bad

Weytin you find go Sokoto me i get am for so-ko-to

Baby your body Yo-bo-to

Make i bend am like O-ko-so

Make i fly you go O-bo-do, yinbo make we Jo-go-do…

Production credits to Tarico Caifaz Samuel Simbine. Available on all streaming platforms. Listen here.

Veteran Ghanaian hitmakers, R2bees feature Joeboy and King Promise on their new jam “Fine Wine”

Veteran Ghanaian hitmakers, R2bees feature Lonely crooner, Joeboy and Legacy Entertainment’s talent, King Promise on their new jam “Fine Wine”. This is their first release for the year and as usual they deliver a stellar tune. The artists are in harmony as they work together effortlessly to deliver impressive vocals and lyrics.

Apology for the busy body
Baby girl I love it when you dey my body
And when you put it on me you dey make I commit, ah
I dey commit ooo, I will commit eh
Whatever you want babygirl I promise you
If it is love baby it’s not an issue
Meet me at my place odo make we connect, all correct
Make we connect

They dropped this groovy Afrobeat tune while preparing their album, although a date for its release is yet to be announced. Omar sterling however dropped a solo project “Same Earth Different Worlds” recently.Listen to “Fine Wine” here

Rap icons, Reminisce and Olamide team up on Omo X 100

Rap icons, Reminisce and Olamide team up on “Omo X 100”. Reminisce debuts his first single for the year coming after his highly successful “Vibes and Insha Allah” EP released during the 2020 pandemic, which garnered over 4.5 million streams on Audiomack in 4 months .

Omo X 100 is the first song off his about to be released 5th studio album. His new album “Alaye Toh Se Gogo” would be out August, 2021. The title of this forthcoming album is taken from his Sarz produced hit song, “Fantasi” which was released in 2013 and translates to Chairman or Boss man.

For Olamide, this is a follow up to his latest Uy Scuti album release. Omo X 100 was produced by Eskeez. Additional vocals from Sess the Problem. Listen here.

Canadian Pop star,Justin Bieber drops an Afro-fusion remix of his hit track “Peaches” with Omah Lay and Alpha P

Canadian Pop star, Justin Bieber drops an Afro-fusion remix of his hit track “Peaches” with Omah Lay and Alpha P produced by legendary record producer, Masterkraft.

Since Omah Lay’s self produced debuts “You” and “Do not Disturb” in 2019. He gathered the interest of a few record labels and listeners. On the 22nd of May, Omah Lay dropped his debut EP which included the previously released ‘You’ and ‘Bad Influence’.The EP became an instant commercial success becoming the most streamed Afrobeat album on Digital stores like Audiomack, Deezer and Apple Music and went on to earn him Apple Music Favorite New Artiste of The Month of June in Africa. Since then, he has not looked back.

Alpha P has also had an impressive run with his work on the Hollywood blockbuster, Coming to America – Rhythms of Zamunda project, as well as his Tiny Desk performance.

Collaborations between Nigerian artists and International singers are now becoming the norm as the Afrobeat sound continues to gain prominence globally. After working with Grammy award winner, Burna Boy on “Loved by You”, Justin returns with another collaboration with Nigerian artists on his hit tune “Peaches”

Listen to Peaches remix with Alpha P and Omah Lay here.

DAP The Contract drops Sacrifices featuring Tim Lyre off his soon to be released EP, Power vol.2

DAP The contract drops Sacrifices off his soon to be released EP featuring Tim Lyre. Sacrifices is the lead single in his EP “Powers vol.2” to be released on the 2nd of July. You can get the EP before it’s official release here. He dropped Powers vol.1 in 2020 which tackled Power abuse and so much more.

Both DAP the contract and the feature Tim Lyre were lawyers who admitted to have practiced in Nigeria. The theme of the song hence is really about making sacrifices to follow one’s passions. The courage to deviate from a clear cut out path no and what’s lost on the way to seek treasures in the unknown.

Sacrifices was written and produced by Dap himself. The artwork is a real painting by Awodiya Tolu.

Listen to Sacrifices here.

Emerging Trap Artist, Psycho YP drops his first single for the year “Euphoria”

Emerging Trap Artist, Psycho Yo drops his first single for the year “Euphoria”. He chronicles his journey from studio to studio in 2016 trying to get a come up. He looks at how far he has come and says he has paid his dues.His life right now is euphoric and he is thankful for it;

I don’t feel myself I like it
I wake up in wealth I like it
I smoke on my trees I’m faded
I smoke on my trees I’m faded
I popped me a pill I fainted
But I made it just like the matrix
Euphoria so amazing
Euphoria so

Click here to listen.

Produced by Jones Ray. Additional vocals from Azanti. Cover Art by Bidemi.

Veteran Benin singer, Angélique Kidjo features Africa’s rising stars on her Pan-African album “Mother Nature”

Veteran Benin singer, Angélique Kidjo features Africa’s rising stars on her Pan-African album “Mother Nature”. Mother Nature is Angélique’s first album of original music in 7 years, following 2019’s Grammy-winning Celia, and her 2018 radical reimagining of Talking Heads’ landmark LP Remain In Light. In this dynamic mix of African traditional music and contemporary sounds, she works with a host of rising African musicians where she tackles socio-political issues like climate change, Police brutality, Equality, Empowerment, Freedom, Unity and many others.

The Artists and songs on this album are; Choose Love, Dignity ft Yemi AladeAfrica, One of a Kind ft. Mr Eazi and Salif Keita, Mother Nature, Do Yourself ft. Burna Boy, Meant For Me ft Shungudzo, Omon Oba with Zeynab & Lionel Loueke, Free & Equal with Sampa The Great, Fired Up feat. Blue Lab Beats & Ghetto Boy, Take it or Leave it with Earthgang, MYCELIUM (with -M-), One Africa with Indépendance Cha-Cha and Flying high. 

In an Interview with CNN’s Amanpour, she speaks on the album as her means to spread love and protect the one Eco-system we all have to share as humans. Instead of letting fear and hate foster, we practice Love instead. She says;

For me, this album is the lessons of love to one another.


Click here to listen.

Suté Iwar brings the funk in his new album 199x

Suté Iwar brings the funk in his new album 199x. On this album, he plays on the borders of funk,  R&B, Hip Hop with an altè twist. Although he doesn’t refer to himself as any kind of musician just a musician. He collaborates with his brother Tay Iwar , SGaWD and The harmony derived from the synergy with his featured artists take the album up a notch.

He dedicates this album to people born in the 90s. A category he himself falls into. On Mushy Girl, a lady speaks over the music and describes what 90s music do to her, with the Ad libs and serenading and how it really is just music perfect for love.

The tracks on the album are; Pulp fiction, Swayy, Winter Cold, Fantastic!, Fever, Mushy Girl, U, Feeeed, Narcissus is Dead, Funk Soldier, Cards, Rehab(Her Story), Future Present, Backseat Love, Free, The Tank and Random Access.

Production credits to Sute Iwar, ODDIO, Le Marv, DoozyBeatz and Tay Iwar.  Swayy contains a sample of Yahyia Mu, performed by The Uhuru Dance Band. Listen here.

Vp Records Superstar, Patoranking states he wants all his flowers now that he is alive in new single “Celebrate Me”

VP Records Superstar, Patoranking states that he wants all his flowers now that he is alive in new single “Celebrate Me”. Many have observed that there is this growing trend where people receive exceptional accolades only after their passing. There is such an outpouring of love and affectations that were unavailable while they lived. Their social media accounts receive an influx of followers, their adulations are sung from here to the moon and friends and family announce their regret of not having spent enough time or thanking them enough while they were still alive. Tears flow, praises are sung but to what end really? Who is gone is gone?

In “Celebrate Me” produced by Yung Willis, Patoranking wants nothing of such, he needs all his flowers now that he is here and able to actually receive them.

He says;

Celebrate me nah when I dey alive
Appreciate me nah when I dey alive
No be say when I leave this life
You go dey fake am for my wife

Stream and Enjoy.

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