Video Round Up: Eddie Black, Iyanya, AjayOnTheBeatz, Mazi Chucks.

Eddie Black – Soundtrack

Eddie Black releases his official music video for “Soundtrack”, a pop infused dancehall number, which features the likes of Badman Shapi and Peezey Cables on the controls. The video depicts Eddie, Badman and friends balling around in an old derelict warehouse before swiftly moving to a VIP suite, showing the viewer how they ‘bring the party’. “Soundtrack” was released through Hellium Prime Media on the 1st of April.

Inyanya – Type Of Woman

After a long quiet period Inyanya comes back to 2016 with a sensational smooth RnB track, titled “Type Of Woman“. The ‘swingy’ beat laid down in the chorus mixed with the dancehall drums in the verse gives a great switch up in rhythms and nice contrast to the overall feel of the song, leaving the listener anticipating what might happen next. “Made Men Music Group” released “Type Of Woman” but “Megaboi” produced the official music video.

AjayOnTheBeatz – Cut Some Shapes

Africax5 presents the official music video for “Cut Some Shapes” by the new and up coming AjayOnTheBeatz. The Afro House music video shows a number of dancers ‘Shuffling‘ across a skate park amongst other urban locations. AjayOnTheBeatz has definitely put his name on the radar with this one.

Mazi Chukz – Dem Hail Ft Maleek Berry

“Dem Hail” is the newest product from Mazi Chukz, the UK based maestro who has wisely chosen to ask “Maleek Berry” for his production services. For those of you who aren’t familiar with “Maleek Berry” he is one of Wizkid’s finest recruits on “Starboy Entertainment”. The video is shot and directed by “Alex Adeji”.



News: The Best Of MODENINE


Modenine also known as Nigel Benn, Samurai IX, Polimaf and is regarded a veteran and connoisseur when it comes to Nigerian hip hop. Many believe he is one of the key figures who helped shaped the hip hop movement across Africa. Babatunde Olusegun Adewale was born during the punk rock era of the 70’s in the big smoke (London) on June 14th. 1975 to be precise. Modenine may not of realised at the present time, but living in the capital of the UK gave him access to a wide range of cultures, diversity and the option to surround himself with like minded people. Being based in the creative hub of England and brushing shoulders with the right people enabled Modenine to collaborate and excel in his passion for music.

In 2004 his debut album Malcolm IX was released which landed his name bang in the middle of the Hip Hop scene. 2006 saw Modenine’s most successful year with ‘Pentium IX’ dropping into hands of the right people which followed on to ‘the smash and grab’ of three (Headies) world hip hop awards as well as three Channel O Music Awards. With that being said and the trophy cabinet full to the brim, it wasn’t until later that year that saw the release of killer album “E’ Pluribus Unum”  meaning ‘One Amongst Many’ which exploded across the pond and saw airplay in New York from Hot 97 and was heavily bigged up from a range of DJ’s, Radio hosts and in particular DJ Cocoa Channel. By reading this it may seem like Modenine carved his path to fame and fortune with out any hiccups along the way, but its not the case in this situation. Modenine regularly refers to his struggles with Labels, Management and the music industry on a whole, just listen to ‘I Was There’ to get an insight into his history. 

To celebrate Modenine’s prestigious catalog of music we’ve banged together a ‘Best Of’ playlist that you can stream on Deezer and Spotify amongst other stores. Check the links below.


Best Of Playlist: Spotify / Deezer

To this day he runs his own independent label, Redeye Muzik that sees the releases of all of his albums, mix tapes and singles. Modenine is familiar name for all hip hop lovers across the globe, it may not be solely down to his numerous awards but the size and calibre of the artists he has collaborated and shared stages with. For instance Wyclef Jean, Akon, Kanye West, LL Cool J, T-Pain, Junior Reid, Talib Kweli and Nas add credit to his name.

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