1,2 cha cha cha.
Harrysong teams up with man of the moment Zlatan for the flavoursome re-up, ‘Chacha (Remix)’.
Shoot your shot.
A lot of us have been in that position where we just want our crushes to acknowledge our presence and that’s what makes Beat Sampras’ ‘Stop and Go’ so relatable.
This breezy number will be the perfect selection for weekend chills and midnight drives. ‘Stop and Go’ is the lead single from the duo’s forthcoming debut album.
Zl33m the fantastically talented Afro urban artist unveils his first single of the year ‘Sorry is the Case’. This jam is an Afro groovy tune guaranteed to set your speakers on fire .
The slim soft spoken singer reveals this track is to whet the fans appetite as we anticipate the visuals to Zl33m’s club hit ‘Maa Mi’ . Hit the play button and enjoy
D Cabasa teams up with his young protege turned star Olamide Baddo alongside Starboy wizkid for this brand new single titled “Totori”.
The song comes along with a crisp visual directed by buzzing Director TG Omori.
Totori is dope mid tempo track featuring the best of Olamide rapping to the slightly reggaeton instrumental. Wizkid also delivered a masterpiece on this to add to the list of very impressive features this year.
Watch Totori Video featuring Olamide and Wizkid below, stream and share your thoughts with us as well.
Ghanaian dancehall act Shatta Wale presents a brand new single, titled “Tournament”.
This is a song to encourage the Ghanaian national football team, the Black Stars in the ongoing AFCON tournament.
It’s the follow up to his last release titled “Dem Possess”.
The song was produced by MOGBeatz . Download the MP3 below.
Starting the first quarter of the year on a high note, Mr Eazi became one of only two African artists to perform at one of the music industry’s biggest festivals, Coachella. He now drops the visualizer for his first single of the year, an ode to his love interest titled “Supernova”.
The track is produced by Dre Skull & E-Kelly and sees Eazi explain he can do no wrong but be the man of his woman’s dreams whilst also clothing her in the latest fashions from FashionNova.
Watch and enjoy below!
Loui Lvndn funks it up in his latest single, ‘How Come You Are Not?’ The track is taken from his SAMA-nominated album – ‘Your Princess is in Another Castle’. The East London native draws his musical inspiration from various spheres of pop culture such as gaming and film, and on this neon-bass track, nothing seems more overt than that.
The song was inspired by the dance scene between Uma Thurman and John Travolta in the 1994 movie, Pulp Fiction.
Dibi proves that he is a man of his word has he drops the follow up to his EP ‘Wait Till June’. This new body of work is called ‘Up Till Now’. The album title is pretty much self-explanatory as the it chronicles his life experiences so far coupled with his trajectory and ambitions for the future.
Nothing but love on the brain.
It’s back-to-back love songs for this week as Charisma and Njerae get together for ‘Tuthi Nawe’. The tender harp-tinged tune is charming and is a call to sway with your partner on the floor.