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Tweezy – “Ambitions” ft Victoria Kimani, Ice Prince and Khuli Chana

South African producer and rapper; Tweezy, infamously known for his work on AKA’s hit singles; Run Jozi and All Eyes on Me has teamed up with Africa’s finest in Khuli Chana, Victoria Kimani (NG / KE) and Ice Prince (NG) to release the remix to ‘Ambitions’ following the release of the crisp visuals (watch here)
Tshego – “Garden”

Family Tree record’s cool kid ; Tshego releases his first single in 2017 and he calls this; Garden.
‘Garden’ is loaded with ‘metaphors’; the lyrics of the track leaving to the listener to figure out what Tshego is doing or perhaps growing in his ‘beautiful’ garden.

Fans of SA Hip -Hop / Trap prepare to have this on repeat.


Lloyd Cele – “Umgowani” ft Beyond Vocals

It’s been upwards and on-wards for runner up of the SAIdols season 6; Lloyd Cele, and he is beginning his musical 2017 by creating beautiful harmony with the dapper looking dudes from ‘Beyond Vocals‘ in his new single called ‘Ungowami’ meaning ‘You are mine’.
Delivering the feel good vocals we have come to expect from Lloyd with amazing back up and harmony from ‘Beyond Vocals’.

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House Afrika – “Mzansi House Vol. 5”

House Afrika has made a name for it’s self with the series of killer mixes and compilations released over the years. Mzansi House Vol.5 features 41 tracks from Dj Sonic, Stagz Jazz, Gaba Cannal and Beebar.

So to all the house music lovers, we invite you to enjoy the end of the month in style.

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Lance Theron- “Let’s Talk” ft G and T

The words ‘Let’s Talk’ could run chills down your spine depending on the circumstance.
Cape Town based Lance Theron under Stereotype records releases his first single of the year titled; ‘Let’s Talk’ featuring G and T.

The electronic dance track is a perfect pick for a feel good moment just before you go have ‘the talk’

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FriYay new tunes! 🔥 Trigmatic, Chad Saaiman & Apple Gule

Trigmatic – “Sane”


Sanity is overrated some might say. Ghana’s Afro-rap artist, Trigmatic famous for his fusion of traditional and urban sounds, releases ‘SANE’ the first single off his album ‘M.A.T.I.C’ and he features KrissyO on what fans have described as a well-rounded masterpiece.
Chad Saaiman- “Belief”

Cape Town based singer/songwriter ‘Chad Saaiman’ shares his first single of 2017 ‘Belief’ and he’s asking everyone who pushes the play button to ‘believe’. Under Stereotype records, Chad has shared his talent with the world including London and Spain.


Apple Gule – “Swazikid”

Swaziland born and Johannesburg based act, Apple Gule is getting ready to officially release his new album ‘Swazikid’. Apple’s sound is described as a fusion of R&B and Soulful Pop.

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David Omodunmiju- “One Man Journey”

Nigerian RnB artist; David Omodunmiju releases his debut album ‘ One Man Journey’ on Saturday the 18th of March. This is his first body work under ‘Honesty Music Entertainment’ after signing to the label straight off MTN Project Fame. The 10 tracked album carries what can be described as a fusion of soul and gospel to produce a ‘world music’ vibez.

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Cassper Nyovest, Silvastone, Kahn & Karen Zoid and Mz Yankey go LIVE

Mz Yankey – “Mz Yankey EP”

The self titled EP by Ghana’s fresh female act Mz Yankey, features  a few of Ghana’s finest acts in the form of Castro, Oborfor and Shattawale. The release of this 6 tracked EP is the official cross over act of Mz Yankey the dancer of 14 years to Mz Yankey the recording and performing artist.


With anticipation built up over the past few weeks towards the second project of UK based African act; SILVASTONE, fans are thrilled that the full project will now be available on all digital platforms.

LEVELS has been on pre-order for two weeks with exclusive airplay of a few singles off the EP on The Beat103.6FM London, Capital Xtra (UK) and BBC 1Xtra.

Widely seen as an elite pioneer in the spread of Afrobeats and the mix of rich African vibes with UK street sounds and global tunes, SILVASTONE’s works are associated with DBanj, Yemi Alade, Fuse ODG, Davido, Rita Ora and quite a few more.

LEVELS, produced by SILVASTONE, is a 15 track ‘long-form’ project featuring Moelogo,Vicky Sola, Rory Sky, Frank T Blucas and Ike Chuks.

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Cassper Nyovest – “Tito Mboweni”

Finally! The hip-pop scene in S.A and across the rest of Africa can get their hands on the freshest joint from the no longer ‘chubby cheeked’ Mafikeng Star but now the filler of stadiums and concert venues; Cassper Nyovest.
The C.E.O of Family Tree Records, fans and the media alike have been building up to his first single of the year ‘Tito Mboweni’ off his up coming album ‘Thuto’.
Tito Mboweni, named after the 8th Governor of the South African Reserve bank and the first ever black man to hold that office – is now live and already has a dance for it.

Tito Da.Fire- “Beauty From Africa”


Beauty for Africa, a moving dance song laced with catchy and endearing poetry is a new single from Nigerian Pop Act Tito Da Fire produced by AizBag.

It personifies major beauty landmarks across Africa to a lover’s delight. This is the continent’s Beauty theme song.

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Kahn & Karen Zoid – “We Could Be Divine”

This is a collaboration for the money! Kahn from South African rock bank ; The Parlotones teams up with Karen Zoid the chart topper.

Together they have created what will become in no time, a radio anthem for all of us who looove to sing along.

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Silvastone’s sound is one that mixes traditional African sounds with Uk street vibez and in anticipation to the release of his ‘Extended EP; LEVELS, we thought; no better time to get all up in his business than now. He has been steady releasing single tracks off the EP to get everyone nicely warmed up for the full work.

Radio producer and Journalist Titilope Adesanya had a brief back and forth with the incredible multi-skilled and talented artist.


T: Before we get all professional and talk about your upcoming projects , let’s get to know Silvastone and I would like to start with the significance of your name?

S: Well, my name is of Biblical background, you know, being a man from the church. The name Silvastone means the underdog. Basically the person, people never expect much from but who always surpasses existing standards and sets new bench marks. This does reflect my journey so far so I think it’s befitting.

T: Oh beautiful. Now for a little bit of a historical background, you are a mix of Ghanaian and Sierra Leonean but with an English upbringing. Would I be right?

Ss: Yes I am a mixed African. That is correct. I was born in South London where I grew up initially. Then my father and I moved to live in Freetown where I went to school from the age of 11 till 16 at which point I had to leave because of the civil war at that time. I was basically a refugee running from the violence back home.

T: That must have been an experience that stays with you. Which background would you say you are more of?

Ss: I am right bang in the middle. I am no more Sierra Leonean than I am Ghanaian. Only difference is that having living and schooling in Freetown in my teenage years solidified my Sierra Leonean side. However, my mother is a proud Ghanaian woman in every way and that culture is very strong in our household and upbringing even to this very day.

Yes, I often fly and represent the Sierra Leonean flag but that’s mostly because its under-represented in the music scene.

T: How much of an influence would you say your origins (Ghana and Sierra Leone) have on your style of music?

Ss: I would say Ghana is reflected more in my music. I grew up listening to a lot of high-life and still do. However, I also listened to quite a lot of local acts from Sierra Leone who had international acclaim; the likes of Bunny Mack, Dr Oloh and King Masco, so we can say a little bit of both.

T: Silvastone; amazing talented African based in the United Kingdom’, how was the hustle in the early days in comparison to today?

Ss: It’s a continuous uphill struggle. I try not to compare back in the day to what it is right now because no matter what you think you’ve achieved there is always something more to attain and we keep reaching for it.

T: Now let’s talk LEVELS, you are calling it an ‘Extended Ep’ even though it’s got just over 13 tracks. Why this choice?

Ss: Haha. Well, being an independent artist, you can make the rules so why not? My next body of work might be an album…I do have quite a bit of content enough to put one together and I am looking forward to working on new stuff and sharing it.

I’m happy to really keep music running, fresh music coming and it’s a blessing to be able to do that. Right now though its all about sharing ‘LEVELS’.

T:  ahh  I see, so just because you can?

Ss: Yes to put it simply.

T: Okay good point. Describe LEVELS in one word.

Ss: Diverse! Yeah, its a very diverse collection of music styles on this project.

T: How long did it take to get the entire project ready to share with the world?

Ss: About 18 months. However, there are a few songs I began working on for my debut; ‘Transitions’ EP but they never got drafted in and I revisited them for LEVELS. If you count that, it would probably be up to 2years and then some, but we aren’t counting, it’s not a race, there can be no hurry.

I recorded it in between all the activities I was doing to promote ‘Transitions’. So some of the songs were written and even recorded whilst on the road – or in the air, doing shows in Zimbabwe, Kenya, Nigeria, USA, etc.

T: This is arguably an unfair question to artists, but we want to know which is your favourite track from ‘LEVELS’

Ss: Hmm probably ‘Still’. with Vicky Sola It’s got this energy that is simply amazing; warm and fuzzy and so if I had to pick one, it would beStill’.

T: Let’s talk specifically the video of ‘Incredible’ featuring Ike Chuks, we love the plus size models by the way, was this a conscious decision, are you trying to make a statement of sorts?

Ss: Yes. A very conscious decision at that. I am an African man and I don’t think we generally like ‘diet’ sized bodies but society has made the lot of us think differently, like we have to see things in one way. So yeah I thought it was about time we show some love to our women.  We love big women and this was a definite conscious choice.

T: How much physical presence have you managed to retain with your home countries?

Ss: Decent I would say. I went to Ghana for the first time as an artist in 2016 and I mean an artist who now has his own repertoire and not songs I had produced for other acts and that was pretty amazing.

I was also back in Sierra Leone in 2015, shot some music videos there and it was crazy. I love Sierra Leone.

T: You’ve got big gigs coming up in the next few weeks, SXSW in March and O2 Academy Islington in April, which are you looking forward most?

Ss: Definitely O2 Academy Islington. My team and I have worked hard on this and it’s something that has my personal footprint on it. It’s mine. I mean I am looking forward to SXSW, it’s going to be amazing! but O2 Academy Islington is mine and as such there is an anticipation I feel which I don’t get when I think of SXSW.

T: Thank you for your time and the chat, looking forward to LEVELS going live!

Ss: The pleasure is all mine and I can’t wait to share it and see what the world thinks.


Silvastone has worked with a wide range of acts around the world including; Rita Ora, D’Banj, Damian Marley, Fuse ODG, Davido, Mark Morrison, Yemi Alade and Ace Hood among others.

Silvastone’s LEVELS is due for release world wide on the 10th of March. However he has made single tracks such as available with ‘Incredible‘ out on the 24th of Feb, ‘Do my Thing’ on the 3rd of March, ‘Still’ and ‘Kele Wele’ on the 6th and 8th of March respectively. And because he is super generous with his music, you can listen to a snippet of the entire album here.

And while we wait patiently for the 10th of March, you can go ahead and pre-order your copy of LEVELS here

Tickets to ‘O2 Academy Islington‘ are also available here

New Releases: Vanessa Mdee & Jux, Victoria Kimani, Lloyd Cele, Andy Tay

Victoria Kimani – My Money

Victoria Kimani drops her latest joint ‘My Money‘, which is the second single from her forthcoming ‘Safari‘ album. The Chocolate City songstress is joined by Reinhard Tega, to share his production expertise and flair in the studio.


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Vanessa Mdee x Jux – Juu

Vanessa Mdee fresh off her MAMA nomination for Best Female and Jux‘s two month reign at the top of the Tanzanian charts with his smash hit ‘Wivu’. Vanessa & Jux release their very first collaboration ‘Juu’. A feel good love song about riding with your partner to the top; which has been the case for these lovebirds both being forces in their own right. The song was produced by upcoming producer Luffa at Switch Records who is also known for producing hits for Weusi and Quick Rocka. His youthful touch gives ‘Juu’ the right touch to light up all hearts this African summer.


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Lloyd Cele – Daydreaming

The diverse South African Pop and RnB singer returns with latest single ‘Daydreaming’. Cele sings in English, isiZulu and Afrikaans however in ‘Daydreaming‘ he sticks to English. Released through Respect Music on the 7th October.


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Andy Tay – Unconditional

Andy Tay shares his latest reggae riddum ‘Unconditional‘. The highly talented Ghanaian musician/singer, is currently signed to Hilliks Music Ltd who released ‘Unconditonal‘ world wide on the 7th October.


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New Releases: Feza, Flex B Ft. Lil Kesh, House Afrika, Xblaze

Feza – Walete

Early in 2016 we saw Feza release ‘Sanuka‘, now she has returned with even more swagga and with her latest single ‘Walete’, in hand. The Tanzania songstress is currently signed to Panamusiq and ‘Walete‘ was produced by Switch Studio. Be sure to check out the stunning visuals for the new single which dropped on Feza VEVO earlier on in the week.


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Flex B Ft. Lil Kesh – Announcement

FlexB is back again with another street disturbing single, but this time he had to go the extra mile teaming up with Mr Yagi himself, LIL KESH in making it more appealing to the street fans. FlexB is a new indigenous act you all need watch out for closely. ‘Announcement’ is delivered in Yoruba language with some Ondo Dialect.


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House Afrika –  Sessions 7

House Afrika share their latest compilation of  38 fresh house cuts on ‘Sessions 7‘.  This package sees John Lundun, Needle, Vandle M, Enosoul, Fred Everything, Tracebeatz, Nteeze, Tiick and many more step up to controls to share their latest soulful sounds. House Afrika certainly have their hands firmly gripped on the South African House scene. If you enjoy Sessions 7, be sure to check out the previous compilations.


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Xblaze – Closer Ft. Azon Blaze

Top boy of Rocsteady 86, Xblaze drops his latest joint ‘Closer‘. This smooth mix of RnB and Hip-Hop will certainly ease you into the weekend ahead. ‘Closer‘ is released on the 30th September via Rocsteady 86 productions and also features Azon Blaze on vocals.


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Tinny – Ame Fee Dede Ft Samani 

Tinny follows up from “Who’s the best rapper?’ with latest beat ‘Ame Fee Dede‘. This time he has teamed up with with Ghanaiain dancehall star, Samini. ‘Ame Fee Dede’ was produced by Dy RayBeatz and dropped worldwide on the 23rd of September via Bardman Family.


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Dice Ailes – Miracle Ft Lil Kesh

The highly anticipated ‘Miracle‘ has finally dropped via Chocolate City. The versatile Chocolate City newcomer gets former YBNL crew, Lil Kesh on board to hone skills into one verse. ‘Miracle‘ was produced by fellow C.C artist and label producer CKAY.


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Franck Biyong – Liyomba Church

‘Liyomba Church’ opens with high-energy screeches and thumps that won’t let you go. It is a fervent and unabashed call to dance. It is also the first single off Cameroonian creative ‘Franck Biyong’s’ upcoming 11th album, “Moonwatching 2”.


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Peace & Love – The Best Of

Peace and Love collate their finest tracks to date to release the Official Best Of Compilation. These gents have broad mix through of styles and varying from Afro-Pop, Soul to RnB, but always remaining true to their Burundi Roots. Released 23rd Sept via Kora Entertainment.


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New Releases: Sean Tizzle, Nadia Nakai, Sauti Sol, Victoria Kimani

Sean Tizzle x Tory Lanez – Hit N run

Sean Tizzle teams up with Canadian heavy weight Tory Lanez to produce one of the finest collaborations of 2016. ‘Hit N Run’ dropped out of nowhere via Tizzle Nation, and has since received heavy support from BBC1 Xtra and DJ Edu amongst others. Be sure to cop it whilst its hot!



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Nadia Nakai – Bragga

Nadia returns to the Family Tree massive with five weapons strapped and loaded. ‘Bragga‘ is the next chapter, the five track EP includes major collabo’s with Gemini Major, Tshego, Yung Swiss and Label head Cassper Nyovest. “The Man‘ and ‘Paying‘ stand out as the club bangers from the EP, which as a collection of South African trap songs they remain diverse in the sounds, spaces and tempo’s used.



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Sauti Sol – Kuliko Jana

As you might of heard Sauti Sol broke the internet back in July, by uploading an impromptu rendition of ‘Kuliko Jana’ accompanied by the beautiful voices of RedFourth Chorus. The Facebook video received over 6.5 million views and gathered support from Celebrities nationwide, from the likes of Amber Riley to Master P. It was strategic but it made logical sense to re-record ‘Kuliko Jana’ with the young & talented RedFourth Chorus, listen to the finished product below.


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Victoria Kimani – GOTA

Victoria Kimani shares her latest single ‘GOTA‘ the debut single from her forthcoming album Safari. Its the first time the American born Kenyan singer sings in Swahili her native language. ‘GOTA’ features the congolese band Airline, and was produced by Chocolate City producer Reinhard Tega.



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New Releases: Koker, Mjey, KC George

Mjey Ft Classiq – On Fire

Mjey teams up with Classiq to produce his new tight single, ‘On Fire‘.  DaMoe sits behind the controls on this one and adds his silky production flair to a strong Afrobeat / Hip-hop inspired beat. The track was released through Ghanaian based label DaMoe Entertainment on the 2nd of September.


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Koker – Give Them

The infamous Chocolate City drop a spicy new joint ‘Give Them‘ from the mighty talented Koker. The prestigious M.I Abaga is on to winner by securing Koker’s signature, the young talent has already been nominated for Headies Rookie Of The YearBest new artiste Too Exclusive Awards, and Spinlet Sound Of 2016.  This killer number was also produced by Chocolate City latest arrival, ‘CKay‘. Big things are on the horizon for this talented bunch, personally I can’t wait to hear the future collaboration’s and release’s, and how there story to the top will unfold.

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KC George – Mr Sanbonani

Geomak Planets top boy KC George shares his seventeen track album, Mr. Sanbonani. The album branches out in its diverse range of sounds and styles, however they are all firmly rooted to the Afrobeat/RnB genre. ‘Shake Am for me‘ and title track ‘Sanbonani‘ stand out from the others in this collection. Released 2nd September 2016.

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