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Another Year In ‘These Buhari Times’

We enjoyed Palmwine Music Vol 2 and The Collectiv3’s Live. Create. Repeat. but it’s time to reflect and figure out 2019.

Show Dem Camp is out with their first project of the year These Buhari Times. By now, SDC fans are familiar with their table-shaking Clone Wars projects and as the fourth instalment, These Buhari Times is no different.

The LP explores issues from internet fraud, lazy Nigerian youth-ing, fair weather friendships to toxic masculinity. The Spax-produced project, mixed and mastered by AudioGrease Monkey features Ladipoe, Vector, Tems, Cina Soul, Sir Dauda, M.I, Phlow, Dap The Contract and Rotex.

Start the year right, listen to These Buhari Times here.


Aramide is finally releasing an album which is set to be out in November.

The Alternative and Afro-Soul singer announced that her debut album will be called ‘Suitcase’ in a video.

She says:

I’ve been on this journey, me and my guitar.

I would never trade my experiences for anything because they are what have brought me this far.
Some days have been like the blues and have got me wishing on a star. Some other days have been like jazz with so much melody and the drive of a 1970s car.

Today I welcome you to take this journey with me as I put together a suitcase full of who I am. With my music, I will share the sounds in my ear and the feeling in my heart. With my music, I will give words to your thoughts and synchronise with the beating of your heart. This is my suitcase, but it is very much like yours.

Aramide is popularly known for her singles ‘Love Me’ and ‘Fun mi Lowo’ which have received positive reviews and massive airplay this year. The singer also won the Alternative Artist of the Year at the 2016 NEA.


Fresh off her win at the 2016 Nigerian Entertainment Awards where she bagged the Alternative Artist of the Year Award; the Afro-Soul Diva, Aramide has just dropped the visuals to her single, “Funmi Lowo”.

“Funmi Lowo” is a track that has received numerous positive reviews from critics and massive airplay both inside and outside Nigeria.

Featuring cameos from Ajebo, Frank Donga and Lanre Gregory, the colourful video captures the pure essence of joy and shows a bubbly Aramide having a good time.

The video was shot and directed by Unlimited LA in Lagos, Nigeria.

We at hope you enjoy it.


Funbi is a soul singer and storyteller whose essence captures the past, highlights the present, and sets the standard for the next generation of Afrobeat sounds. He is the male vocalist best pioneering the new school rhythm in Nigeria.

Funbi is poised to make his solo debut with the first official single from his upcoming project, a reflective track titled “Hallelujah”.

The tune, written by Sir Dauda and Funbi, comes at a time when there is a great need for uplifting.”‘Hallelujah’ is like opening the gate,” Funbi said. “We all fight different battles as we journey through life. The key is to find a way to use them as an opportunity for growth. My battles inspired this song…I hope it inspires you”

His upcoming project will delve deeper into him exploring different genres from funk to soul, folk and alternative. With this debut, the singer looks forward to enticing more listeners to his brand of cool.

We at are looking forward to this project and hope you enjoy his music.

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