Tuesday, 27 September 2016
Monday, 26 September 2016
When futuristic Namibian rap trio Black Vulcanite burst onto the southern African hip-hop scene in 2013, they brought with them an air of consciousness that had been missing for some time. Despite the distance now between them – Ali is in Namibia, Mark has been traveling throughout Europe and Niko is in Beijing – the trio is back this month with another thought-provoking catalogue. Black Colonialists, their 22-track sophomore effort, is gutsy, sincere and insightful, peppered with intergalactic fiction and time travel. The first track they recorded for the album, “Jupiter’s Love,” is an ode to the ever-elusive “woman of their dreams”. Enjoy!
Sunday, 25 September 2016
Fresh off is NEA nomination as the most promising act to watch in 2016 and recently with Olamide’s endorsement of the eruku as a Huge Street anthem SHOBZY goes further to prove is ability with a jaw dropping remix with what is tag the remix and collabo of the year featuring CDQ, DREMO and YCEE and a SMASH DOPE VIDEO BY UNLIMITED LA.
Following days of its availability on iTunes Pre-order triggering excitement from fans & music pundits, Danagog finally unveils the official remix to his 2016 smash hit – Hookah which was produced by a combined effort of Mix Masta Garzy & Kiddominant ‘Hookah Remix’ sees Burna Boy & Stone boy lay new verses, joining forces with Danagog & Davido. Here’s undoubtedly the biggest remix of the year & is expected to take the song to yet another level. Danagog is currently signed to HKN/DMW
Fresh off the release of his very well received 2016 single “Smile”, Shaydee returns with a banger called “Pon Da Floor”. Guaranteed to heat up all clubs and party scenes, “Pon Da Floor” was produced by hitmaker extraordinaire Maleek Berry, and the video was Directed by Meji Alabi of JM Films. Shaydee remains arguably, Africa’s most gifted Vocalist, and he proves his versatility again, by taking a break from his trademark Love Songs/Ballads, to effortlessly ride this thumping afrobeats instrumental from Maleek Berry, seducing all African girls to meet him ‘pon the dance floor. It’s grown and sexy, it’s seductive and fun, “Pon Da Floor” is sure to end up as one of your favorite club songs of 2016.