Olamide and Dj Enimoney team up with . Alaga Ibile Reminisce for this monster jam produced by Young John.
DB Records kingpin – D’Banj, comes through with the official music video for his new single dubbed “Shy“.
Few hours after dishing out the audio, D’Banj wastes no time to serve up a befitting visual. The video was directed by raving video director, TG Omori.
Check it out at once!
Zanku movement architect – Zlatan, comes through with another single which he titled “Shotan“.
After giving us a lot of solid singles and collabos, slowing down is not as option as Zlatan gives us another banger. This time, he was assisted by the highly acclaimed number one African bad girl, Tiwa Savage.
It serves as his fourth release for the year, following his previous singles ‘This Year‘, ‘4 Nights In Ekohtiebo‘ and ‘Ijaya‘.
Production credit goes to a very special music producer, the one and only Spellz.
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Let’s play a love game.
Sat-B has all the reasons to celebrate. Hot off his hat-trick win at the Burundian Music Awards, including Artist of the Year, the Burundian superstar drops a new single to commemorate this extra special moment. Titled, ‘Love Controller’ the song is upbeat and jubilant.
The Big Hash is captured in a cyclical toxic relationship in the ‘Circles’ video. The video which was produced by Clout Cassette and is taken off Hash’s official debut studio album, ‘Young’.
There’s major word that we could be expecting a remix with Nasty C around the corner. We’ll definitely be keeping an open ear out for that.
DJ Vitoto is ready to start off a tribal house rave with the head-thumper, ‘Online’. Vitoto enlists the assistance of go-to dance vocalist, Moonchild Sanelly, who eases through the track like her lyrical flow were an involuntary muscle.
‘Online’ is used as a metaphor of how some people are not in the same league with you. A pure example of sorry, not sorry.
Cashtime tsotsi for life.
Cashtime Life is a name undeniably synonymous with pioneering a uniquely South African sound within the hip-hop forum. The label’s ascendancy was duly brought by the mixing of contemporary rap stylings paired with the 90s and early to mid-2000s kwaito sensibilities termed under the sub-genre skanda rap. Now Cashtime Life re-ignites this marvellous period with the release of their catalogue available for the first on all digital platforms.
The catalogue features some of the most in-demand music around such as K.O’s three-time SAMA-winning ‘Skhanda Republic’ as well as Ma-E’s ‘Township Counsellor’.
Rejoice with the vibrancy of a collection of modern classics from the Cashtime vault.
Jux takes a trip to the wilder side of life for the brand spanking, ‘Sumaku’ (ft. Vanessa Mdee) video. Set in a jungle where Vanessa is queen, the video has the right amount of sensuality that will make you go ga-ga.
It is also interesting to note that the pair love exploring the great outdoors in their collaborations as their previous partnering, ‘Juu’, was shot on the beach.
Inja ye game.
Earlier this year, Sliqe, launched his imprint Kennel Music with Standat (ft. Darkie Fiction). Now the South African DJ and producer follows up on that with his double release ‘Kennel Room’.
The two tracks, ‘My Blood’ and ‘Crickets’ provide a good contrast of the range he possesses on the musical spectrum. The project also features Yanga Chief and Zingah.
Kobla Jnr shows just how suave he is on ‘Say Fi’. The titillating track features Pappy Kojo. Kobla displays his musical prowess in the banku vibes track produced by one of Ghana’s finest, Nova.