Friday, 28 November 2014
Up and coming London-based Nigerian producer and musician Lexyflow - real name Oyepeju Olumuyiwa - is proud to unveil his brand new single titled “Gboriwole” featuring fellow London-based emerging singer, songwriter and producer B Mystireo.
Written and produced by Lexyflow himself and mixed and mastered by Sir Uthy, “Gboriwole” is a massive dance record inspired by local African rhythms, infused with a Techno vibe, to amazingly glorious effects. Starting his music career as a drummer, before evolving into a music producer, Lexyflow has gone on to produce and work for UK Afrobeats stars such as Moelogo and Sona just to mention a few, while B Mystireo has collaborated with the likes of YQ, Sheyman, Kida Kudz and Young D. Lexyflow’s latest offering was the critically acclaimed collaboration with Sir Uthy and Cool H titled “Duro”, which was premiered on VEVO and featured on MUZU TV and Yahoo Screen among other leading tastemakers.
Bringing their separate experiences together on this new record, Lexyflow and B Mystireo have brought their extensive artistic expressions to the fore with the infectious “Gboriwole” which is set to take over club dance floors up and down Nigeria and the UK in no time.
With its heavy-hitting bassline, thumping drum patterns, lush melodies and captivating sonic breaks, “Gboriwole” sees Lexyflow and B Mystireo in top form from start to finish, enjoy this massive new single below.
Thursday, 27 November 2014
Ice Prince releases the video to his recently released hit single That Could Be Us produced by ace producer Legendury Beats, this follows up iconic videos Shots on Shots, Whiskey and N Word Remix which were all released earlier this year.
The video for That Could Be Us was shot in South Africa and directed by Uprooted Media. Ice Prince looks dapper in a blue suit with an antique Rolls Royce, with pretty ladies here and there. The 3 time Headies 2014 nominee redefines swagger and still manages to pass on an important message saying with a little more faith, with a little more time that could have been us.
Ice Prince recently grabbed headlines for his grand performance with American RnB singer Mario at the Corporate Elite Concert which held at Eko Hotel and Suites last weekend.
Good Music Family presents ”Ohun Ayo” Official Video by Bangin Oluwafocus. A pretty decent wedding song with a good video. The #Sixtynine Cronner teamed up with Cardoso Imagery on this new Video titled #OhunAyo. This song can be played on every other good/happy day. Watch/Listen up and share your thoughts. | ENJOY!!!
Acclaimed Gospel singer, songwriter and musician, and worship leader at RCCG House Of Praise, FEMI OMOLE, is proud to unveil his exciting new debut album titled Clap Clap. Written by Femi Omole himself and produced by award-winning producer Evans Ogboi, Clap Clap is an exhilarating 10-track affair filled with emotive and soul stirring live music, which brings down the atmosphere of heaven to earth allowing true worshippers to bask in the glory of God.
Clocking in at just under 45 minutes, Clap Clap is distinct from the plethora of African and Gospel records of recent times - every of the ten songs that make this amazing album has been carefully thought out, crafted and selected for the sole purpose of reminding it’s listeners about the love of God. And what an excellent job of it, this Clap Clap album does - from its high energy praise songs, to the resounding ballads to its 80’s Funk influenced numbers, Femi Omole has brought an original and unique sound to the contemporary Gospel scene with this album.
Accompanied by a bevy of acclaimed live musicians, from Emmanuel Laykay Dada on drums, Matt Davies on Saxophone, and Amos Evwiarivi on keyboards, to Ben Trickey on guitar, James Fountain on trumpet, Patrick Kenny on Trombone, and Tolulope Ogunbameru on bass, Femi Omolehas also made Clap Clap a collective effort pulling in an amazing array of talent, the effects of which is an album, not only strong on the live music element, but also brimming with outstanding musicianship and glorious sonic backdrops on every side and every song.
From the slow building opening track “Bought” which is inspired by the redemption work of Christ on the Cross, to the Psalm 47-inspired album title track “Clap Clap”, to the life-affirming number “Nobody Else”, to the stirring worship song “One True God” which pays ode to the Lamb of God, to the solemn album’s curtain call “In Your Presence”, Femi Omole’s Clap Clap is full of gratitude to God and filled with inspiration from start to finish, to make simply what is one of the best records you will hear in 2014, Gospel or otherwise.
Wednesday, 26 November 2014
Jordin Sparks drops something new and unexpected for her fans, her new EP #byefelicia. She takes aim at everything, from Instagram stalkers, to her ex-boyfriend Jason Derulo on new music that shows off a feistier, more outspoken artist. Check it out!