East African prince and Tanzania’s Wasafi signed dazzle has got another one . Check it out
As promised, Dancehall King – Patoranking wastes no time in dropping the visuals to “Love You Die”, which features Tanzanian superstar – Diamond Platnumz.
This one bangs!
NB: Pictures of Pato carrying a Baby went viral this past week and questions are being asked: another Baby Mama? Well, there’s a clue on this very exciting video.
“Multi Award winning Nigerian recording artist Patoranking has today released his massively anticipated single, Love You Die which features East Africa’s own, Diamond Platnumz. Love You Die, produced by Master Garzy marks Patoranking’s first official single in 2017 after releasing his debut album GOE, a chart topping phenomenon which peaked at #4 on Billboard’s reggae Album Charts.
The new single comes off the heels of his recently released video for This Kind Love featuring Wizkid taken from the GOE Album which is currently trending in France via Shazam’s City Charts.
Patoranking’s list of impressive hits including My Woman My Everything, a proven smash which is still heard in many clubs today since its release in 2015 proves Love You Die will become an instant hit also. The song is about hustling and making it again all odds, something Patoranking has been preaching since he first emerged.
Undoubtedly one of the most culture shifting visionaries at the forefront of African music, Patoranking is set to definitely end the year on a high note with this one.”
From the stables of WCB Wasafi Records, Here is the visuals for Zilipendwa featuring all artists from the label namely; Diamond Platnumz , Rayvanny , Harmonize , Mbosso , Lavalava , Queen Darleen and Rich Mavoko.
Watch the dramatic flick below and share.
In keeping with his incredible MO to deliver visuals that never leave fans wanting. Tanzania’s romantic; Jux releases brand new visuals.
Shot in Asia, Utaniua is a must watch! with just about 160k views in less than a day since release.
Shot on the magnificent Fanjove private island off the southern shores of Tanzania, Italian director Simone Pecorari aka ‘UQ’ channeled the incredible life of the island into a gracefulness that is supported with a sexy blend of nature and art in every frame.
Dakika Moja- ‘One Minute in Swahili’ -is a feel good track by Soul / R&B act Grace Matata and Tanzania’s star rap act Wakazi
Tanzania’s ‘Rosa Ree’ and label mates ‘Navy Kenzo’ team up to create a new banger for the turn up ‘Mchaga Mchaga’.
Produced by ‘Nahreel’, this follows the success of Rosa Ree aka rap goddess’s lastest single ‘Up In The Air’ and Navy Kenzo’s debut album ‘AIM’
East Africa connects with West Africa as one of Tanzania’s foremost rappers – Joh Makini teams up with Davido for his latest single entitled “Kata Leta”. Good to see Davido sing in swahili.
In anticipation of the release of his new Album, Wakazi drops two singles in a week, to give the fans a glimpse of what’s to come soon. “Hapa Wakazi Tu” is a lyrical barbed wire track that has Wakazi taking it back to the “Abacus” days with Bars & Punchlines to leave diehard fans demanding for more. The catchy hook will surely be a treat to even non rap fans, thanks to the now renowned national slogan “Hapa Kazi Tu” which Wakazi playfully twisted, hoping to birth a national anthem in his own right. The borrowed opening lines (from Hashim Dogo) may be more than just paying homage, as he also reference him in the opening of the second verse through clever wordplay. Hashim (now retired) who is the undisputed most technical emcee from Tanzania, laid the blueprint for the likes of Fid Q, Nikki Mbishi, One Incredible & others. Listening to “Hapa Wakazi Tu” it is clear that Wakazi wants to let Hashim & lyrical lovers (word to Uhhh) know that he is paying attention on the techniques of rhyming. Fresh off an upcountry region tour, this joint is also a celebration of a musical journey, and a laugh at critics, who said he couldn’t do it. Hapa Wakazi Tu is the Swahili for “Only Wakazi here” and it is safe to say, that’s what the fans are going to be screaming when the Kisimani album drops.
On double release week, Wakazi goes his fans a gift of a club banger, “Bakora”. The Abbah produced track, has Wakazi taking it back to the classic Bongofleva era with the sound (which was birthed by Bongo Records). It’s not so often that a party song can also be a metaphoric effort, but such is the case for this master of wordplay. Originally recorded as a freestyle in his Mtikila mixtape, soon the song picked steam to a point he was urged to get back to the studio and re-invent it. This is as good and tolerable as a braggadocio track can be, thanks to a catchy hook, witty rhymes, and perfect instrumentations. Also a single off the Kisimani album, that slated to be released in August, “Bakora” wipes out the notion that this anticipated album would only cater to hardcore fans, as it can be seen clearly that even the girls want “Bakoooooora”.