22 Oct Loose Kaynon, TDK Macassette, Oritse Femi & more
Featuring; Doowap, Vanco, Dunnie and more.
Doowap and Money Badoo recently celebrated their birthday (12 October) with a single launch of Déjà Vu. The pair of Libras show off their creative flair on this amapiano-infused joint.
Nigerian rap veteran, Loose Kaynon, reflects o his journey thus far in the game on Survivor’s Remorse. The tales unravel over eight ruminative tracks on which he treks through the murky waters of the hip hop industry.
Musical sensation, TDK Macassette, makes a triumphant return via the amapiano route. Umsebenzi is a party anthem that features contributions from Mdoovar and 9umba.
For his latest offering, Memeza, Vanco draws an impressive line-up that includes iconic duo – Black Motion and vocalist Xelimpilo (Uhuru). The afro-electronic thumper is a prelude to Vanco’s upcoming 2022 EP.
Singer-songwriter, Kahren, shares her debut EP, I Think I Know Her. The project consists of five tracks, including the lead single Peekaboo.
Azanti garnered great support following the release of his self-titled EP. Now he drops the official video for the lead single, Latan.
Red Robyn returns home following her international debut in Moscow. Drawing inspiration from her trip she unveils, Nadezhda which is Russian for hope. The single is an expression of self-assurance.
20 October 2021 marked the first anniversary of the #EndSARS protests. On the day, Nigerian youth mobilised online and in the streets to show their disdain against the country’s notorious now-disbanded tactical unit. Oriste Femi‘s October 20th is a commemorative single of this event.
Just a week ago, Yanga YaYa debuted his latest offering, Thandabuza. Fast forward to today, the good doctor brings forth a rework of the ballad. Remixed by King Mzizi and Ubeyond, the latest version of the single is more upbeat and summer-ready.
Just over two years after the release of the first Beatsography album, Tony Ross comes through with the sequel. Beatsography II incorporates more dancehall and afrobeats flavours.
Burgeoning star, CIZA, steps into the ring with a one-two combo titled Bad Guy Ciz. For the two-pack single, CIZA dabbles with afrobeats and amapiano respectively.
SAMA-winning DJ and producer, Da Capo adds his Midas touch to monster hit, Mama. The amapiano joint served as the lead single to Josiah De Disciple and Boohle’s collaborative album, Umbuso Wabam’nyama.
Sonic multipotentialite, Dunnie, is almost ready to drop her mini-project – Amazon: The EP. Fans originally got a taste of the EP when she dropped Mosafejo in August. Amazon: The EP house eight tracks and includes collaborations with H_ART The Band as well as The Cavemen.
Amazon: The EP is now available for pre-order and will officially land on 12 November 2021.
Jazzuelle makes a follow-up to his 2020 release Rogue. Muse is a 13-piece album comprising mostly collaborations alongside Atjazz and Aquatone amongst others.
Muse is due out for release on 29 October 2021.