Ghanaian highlife singer Bisa Kdei releases the official visuals to a song off his previously released “Highlife Konnect” album, titled “Fakye”. Fakye, which translates to English as “Forgive”, is a song that has Bisa Kdei apologizing to his lover for things he’s done to her, including lack of attention, lies, disrespect, etc. The song was produced by Bisa Kdei himself, and the video was directed by Scilla Owusu. Check it out below.
Tekno’s new tune ‘Choko‘ originally released exactly a month ago today now has a Video. Since release, the song has done really well and got fans anticipating the much talked about debut album from Slim Daddy.
The visual was shot and directed by Sesan, watch below and share your thoughts with us.
African superstar diva Yemi Alade is taking no chances this year as she unveils yet another music video, this time for the smash shit single “Oh My Gosh“.
The video was the DJ Coublon produced single was shot and directed by Ovie.
The Effyzie Music star has had a sensational year, headlining tours around the world and still finding time to release smash hits for her ever teeming fans. Check on the visual!
Niniola, the undisputed queen of Afro House is back at it again and this time, she enlists the services of her usual partner in crime; ace producer Sarz. Bana is an energetic track that will get your body moving. Make sure you have the right speakers for this one.
The year 2018 has undoubtedly been an Awesome year for The Queen of AfroHouse NINIOLA. From the BET Awards nomination, SAMAs Nomination, the international recognitions and collaborations which includes the Dj Snake Remake of Maradona, you will agree that this year has been eventful for the Queen.
As she moves away from a very successful Debut Album “This Is Me“, NINIOLA is back with a New Official Single titled “BANA”…A song which sees her talking about how much she loves her man and how protective she is about him, the song was produced by no other than the very talented SARZ.
So sit back and enjoy as the Queen takes us on this music journey…By the way Get your Shaku Shaku Steps On.
With Boo Ft. Tekno still gaining traction on the airwaves, Kcee drops another hot single titled “Psycho” and it features Wizkid
Watch and share your thoughts below.
After all the teases, Timaya finally premieres his well anticipated single – Bam Bam. The song features YBNL head honcho – Olamide and the single is accompanied with a befitting visuals to match.
The tune is produced by Masterkraft, and the visuals sees Timaya rock his new look, the dreadlocks are back.
Super talented upcoming star Teallo drops his highly anticipated debut single titled ‘Terere’ . He enlists the talents of the versatile LasGiidi on this banging tune.
Teallo who made a great impression on Kizz Daniel’s US Tour in 2016 as well as Olamide’s OLIC 2016 has been quietly working and is set to unleash more singles on his teeming fans . Hit the play button, download and share . It’s ‘Terere’ season!!!
The spotlight turns to Dallas, Texas as the creme de la creme of African music converge to celebrate the best of African music and culture. The 5th Edition of the Biggest African Music Awards returns to Dallas October 5-7, 2018. There is palpable excitement on the African music scene since the release of the nominees list with over 2 Million votes recorded on the voting site.
The Africa Weekend Experience includes three major events, beginning with the AFRIMMA MUSIC PANEL at Dallas City Hall on Friday 5th, October 2018. The weekend culminates with the African Muzik Magazine Awards & Music Festival (AFRIMMA) which has become the flagship award show for African music in Diaspora. This year is set to have artists like Flavour (Nigeria), Semar (Liberia), Diamondz Platinum (Tanzania) Fally Ipupa (Congo), Simi (Nigeria), Khaligraph Jones (Kenya), Eddy Kenzo (Uganda), Afro B (Ivory Coast), Yemi Alade (Nigeria), Numerica (Cameroon), amongst others gracing the stage at the prestigious House of Blues in downtown Dallas.
Saturday October 6th, the highly anticipated AFRIMMA FASHION SHOW will take place at the Lofty Places in Deep Ellum, Dallas’ live music entertainment district. This year, the fashion will take the passion of Wakanda and bring it to the stage. Providing a cross over event for the African American community to embrace and engage fashion, food and a vendor festival with representation from several African countries.
Every year, the award show has proven to bring together Africans from all walks of life and from different parts of the Diaspora. In line with the crossing boundaries with music motto, AFRIMMA Awards & Music Festival is at the forefront of pushing the African music culture to the next stage.
The nominees list this year features African musical heavyweights like Davido, Wizkid, Fally Ipupa, Diamond Platinum, Ali Kiba, Khaligraph Jones, Mr Eazi, J Hus, Hiro all earning nominations for a brilliant and consistent year. While fresh talents like Ghana’s Kwame Eugene, Kenya’s Arrowboy, Uganda’s Ykee Benda, South Africa’s Tresor amongst others earned their first Afrimma Awards & Music Festival nomination.
This year, AFRIMMA has added a new category to the awards show, the AFRIMMA ACHIEVERS AWARD. This category will celebrate the feats of African stars in the fields of entertainment and sports.
Sunday October 7th, the grand Finale of AFRIMMA 2018 Awards & Music Festival will take place at the House of Blues Dallas. It promises to be another thrilling edition and probably the best so far. Every year, the bar is raised higher and African music fans can expect no less this year as African music stars align in Dallas, Texas to celebrate the beauty of the music and culture of the continent.
Uber-talented singer – Praiz releases a cover of Daniel Caesar’s “Best Part”. The X3M Music singer’s vocal prowess is on display on this one. Video was directed by Dindu
Falz comes through with the visuals for his latest single ‘Sweet Boy’ which was released very early this morning. The song was announced ‘Presidentially‘ with a comic skit and is supposedly the National Anthem for the Sweet Boy Association.
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