Zambia’s very own Brizzo drops the visuals for “Love Me Already“. The RnB hip hop maker has been putting out his tunes through Helium Prime Media, a label which is run by fellow Zambian artist Eddie Black.
Burnaboy – Duro Ni Be [Official Video] ft. Phyno
Spaceship Entertainment push Burnaboy back into the lime light with the official music video for “Duro Ni Be“, a track taken from the Nigerian’s latest album “On A Spaceship“. The song also features rapper and producer Phyno, another artist who has become accustomed to the big stage over recent years.
Olamide – Konkobility (Official Video)
Olamide AKA Olamide Baddo shares his brand new number “Konkobility“. Fellow Nigerian Young John adds his flair with the production and YNBL Nation boss continually delivers with both aspects of his art, visually and audibly.
Linah – Imani (Official Video)
“Imani” is the brand new single from Tanzanian songstress, Linah. The song is made up with around a wandering Marimba melody, which is paired up with layers of soulful vocal harmonies and playful percussion. Imani translates to trust / faith, and the song is about a ‘caring for those who are unhappy but in Love’.
Cassper Nyovest presents the visuals for his latest single “Malome” which features the legendary MahotellaQueens. The music video was produced and directed by Nkululeko Lebambo as it tells the story of a wishful wannabe who aims to get his big break in the music business and ends up working with Mahotella Queens.
2. Seyi Shay – Mary ft Phyno
R&B songstress Seyi Shay dropped the sultry music video for her latest smash hit “Mary” which features Nigerian rapper and producer Phyno. The track comes off Seyi’s debut album “Seyi or Shay” and it carries her usual calm R&B/pop sound with a sexy feel to it.
3. Amani – Bonbon ft Washington
Kenyan singer and songwriter Amani presents her first release for 2016, a track called “Bonbon” featuring Congolese Lingala music maestro Washington. The music video was shot in Lagos and the Lingala influenced track is a mix of English, Swahili and French.
4. Pallaso – Mukyakale ft Full Figure
Ugandan reggae artist Pallaso recently released the track “Mukyakale” featuring Full Figure. The track is quite upbeat and the music video features people breaking it down to this awesome track.
5. Nasty C – Hell Naw
Nasty C recently dropped the music video for his latest hit single “Hell Naw” which trended on Twitter almost immediately after it’s release. The music video is a mini-documentary which was directed and edited by Nasty C showcases a day in the life of the young superstar.
DJ Xclusive presents the visuals for his latest smash hit “Oyoyo” which features Burna Boy. The music video was shot in the desert and features some pretty vibrant elements.
2. Base One ft Phyno & Olamide – Werey Re RMXBase One is back with the remix to his hit single “Werey Re”. The remix features Phyno and Olamide while the music video was directed by Frizzle and Kaffy and the visuals are just as lit as the track.
3. Niniola – Akara Oyibo
Nigerian songstress Niniola just dropped the music video for her latest love anthem in time for Valentine’s day. The visuals for “Akara Oyibo” which was directed by Adasa Cookey are simple, yet phenomenal as the focus remains on Niniola’s killer vocals.
4. Emma Nyra – For My Matter ft Patoranking Award winning singer, Emma Nyra joined forces with Patoranking to create the remix for her single “For My Matter”, a track that was produced by DJ Coublan. The music video was directed by Garth Von Glehn and has a “Bonnie and Clyde” vibe to it.
5. Patoranking – Another Level
Patoranking recently released the visuals to his latest hit single “Another level”, a track that was produced by WizzyPro and will be on Patoranking’s upcoming album. The scenic music video was directed by Matt Alonzo and features a cameo appearance by Emma Nyra.
Friday has finally arrived and the weekend is only but a little while away. As always, this past week has been amazing in the world of African music and to give you a good start to the weekend, we have rounded up some of the freshest music videos from the past week.
1. General- Like Dem Woman ft Ruffman
The highly anticipated music video for the song Like Dem Women was finally released and it was definitely worth the wait. General features the king of reggae dancehall, Ruffman. Together General and Ruffman created this masterpiece and it has received major airplay on most of Nigeria’s radio stations. Directed by O2 Media, the music video has General and Ruffman showing some love to woman as they dance to the rhythmic beats.
2. Vector – Popular
#A7 and Vector collaborated to create one of the best tracks and music videos that have come out of Africa. Popular is a testament of some of the awesome and challenging times that Vector has had while in the music and entertainment industry. Vector goes in heavy on these beats and he tells a story in the most amazing way. The music video showcases some of the people who have been influential in Vector’s rise to the top. It features stars such as Dbanj, Wizkid, Tiwa Savage, Phyno and Seyi Shay to name a few.
3. Linah – Hellow ft Christian Bella
Tanzanian Bongo Flava songstress Linah collaborated with Christian Bella on this stunning track. Directed by Khalfani, the music video was shot on a dreamy location.The song has island inspired rhythms and features shots of Linah singing the song and Christian joins her, while serenading her with sweet melodies.
4.Vector – Follow Me Dey Go
This song is a bit of an oldie but it’s definitely a goldie, taken from his second album titled The Second Coming, Vector flows over Caribbean style beats. The music video was shot and directed by Antwon Smith and was set on a beach in Miami, Florida.
5. Vector – King Kong Remix ft Phyno, Reminisce, Classiq & Uzi
Vector enlisted the help of some of Africa’s rap heavyweights to produce the banging King Kong Remix. This is one of the most highly anticipated music videos this year and it definitely delivered on every possible level. Directed by Mattmax, the music videos stars Vector, Phyno, Reminisce, Classiq and Uzi delivering some heavy flows and punchlines over some intense beats. The video also has to mystic, dark and impressive visuals. The track changed the game and is one for the books!