January 26, 2018 admin

Off to a BANG! Sean Tizzle, Jeremy Loops, Terry Tha Rapman, Nadia Nakai, SILVASTONE, B.O.Y Wonder & Otee Beatz.

Positivity, love and good vibes. That seems to Sean Tizzle‘s MO for the year and we are all for it!After a successful 2017- which saw the release of his EP ‘Moving Forward Vol. 1‘ featuring Davido, Dax Mpire and Iceberg Slim. Sean closed off 2017 with two absolutely epic singles; Wasted and Kpro Kpro – Sean Tizzle and Blaq Jerzee‘s studio chemistry is well and alive!

“Best For You” is beautifully musically mixed, there is of course the classic afrobeats with just enough dance element to open it up to a larger audience with varying tastes.

Already off to a great start with a world premiere yesterday on Trans Africa Radio‘s late evening show ‘The Re Up‘ to very positive feedback,  Best For You is one for your playlists, personal and otherwise.


Everyone is taking 2018 by the hair and Nadia Nakai isn’t sitting back!

Sharing the very impressive visuals to her latest singleNaaa Meaanwhich features Cassper Nyovest, Nadia is marking her territory and you should keep your eyes peeled!

 


Following a spectacular debut album can be daunting and Jeremy Loops was very well aware of this as he set out to work on his Sophomore Album.

The South African charmingly talented act, has toured most of Europe and the USA for the better part of the last 2 years with his first boy of work ‘Trading Change during which time, he worked on the follow up.

‘Critical As Water’ shows Loops in a light that may take a few of his longtime-fans who are used to his folk like delivery a few seconds to adjust, as he explores a vast variety of sounds in the 13 tracked album which already boast of 2 singles ‘Waves‘ and ‘The Shores‘ both currently performing incredibly from Radio to world charts on Spotify, Apple Music and others.

With an obvious dominant theme of water, ‘Critical As Water’ will not only thrill current fans of the talented loop artist but will introduce him to a whole new world of music lovers like you!

Available now on Pre-Order with a full release on the 16th of March


Fridays and perhaps every other day is a perfect day for some dancehall vibes in your playlist!

Picking another single from his latest body of work ‘LEVELS’ Ghananian and Sierra Leonean born, UK raised and based producer ‘SILVASTONE‘ shares the visuals for ‘Billa Bad Man


Going all out on this collection to kick off the year, Terry Tha Rapman enlists a handful of talents from Nigerian for ‘The Life Joe Spazm‘ which is just a warm up for fans before the release of his incoming album.

With tracks like Wickid ft. Cynthia Morgan; Okpolor Eye ft. Dj Spinall and Ortisefemi; Open Letter ft. Lady Donli & I Go Love ft. Simi & Modenine, the 17 tracked mixtape is sure to keep fans busy and satisfied as we wait on the album.


Gearing up for what will be the year he steps into the light, genius producer ‘Otee Beatz‘ shares a colorful, creative & clean lyric video to his latest single ‘This Year’ (remix) which features Mr Eazi, Terry G & Dj Vision.

Otee Beatz who has worked with Seyi Shay, Ice Prince, 2Baba, Mr Eazi and a host of others is gearing up for the release of his debut EP in the coming months.

In the mean time? ‘This Year‘ is your vibe.


Kicking off 2018 and leading up to his forth coming Album ‘Vices’, South African hip hop act, B.O.Y Wonder releases leading single ‘Save My Soul (SMS).

Speaking to an issue faced by many, Save My Soul highlights drugs and substance abuse and the cry for help by those who find themselves is corners with terrible dark and destructive thoughts.


The ones that got away…


[ICYMI] – Let’s play catch up on some new music in Africa – Sauti Sol ft. Tiwa Savage, Classiq ft MI Abaga, & Pappy Kojo ft Cool Joe & Medikal & much more

[ICYMI]- WavyTheCreator – H.I.G.H. (Official Video)

[ICYMI]- NewMusicAfrica – Jeremy Loops, Pappy Kojo, Tumi From The Gang, Sean Tizzle, NewAgeMuzik, Lady X, Trigmatic & Franck Biyong


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