Fresh from yard, Dj Jamsmyth serves us Joeboy’s Lonely extended edit.
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As she blesses her fans with this latest album, she makes sure their favourites are also included. Holding the first track herself, she features Master KG and Prince Benza as they take the second track off the album.
Other artists like Bongo Beats, DJ Tpz, Mr Brown, Mr Chosen, and a lot more inclusive in the album made up the 14 amazing Afro House tracks in the album.
After blessing her fans with amazing singles off the album, she drops the full project today for her audiences.
1. Zanda Zakuza – Land of the Forgiving
2. Zanda Zakuza – Khaya Lam ft. Master KG & Prince Benza
3. Zanda Zakuza – Awuyazi Oyifunayo ft. Bongo Beats
4. Zanda Zakuza – I Believe ft. Mr Brown
5. Zanda Zakuza – Life Goes On
6. Zanda Zakuza – Ndimhle ft. Sino Msolo
7. Zanda Zakuza – Dancing in the Rain ft. Bongo Beats
8. Zanda Zakuza – Molo ft. Bongo Beats
9. Zanda Zakuza – Umuntu Wami ft. DJ TPZ & Mr Chozen
10. Zanda Zakuza – My Name Is
11. Zanda Zakuza – Feelings
12. Zanda Zakuza – Amagama
13. Zanda Zakuza – Walk a Mile ft. Tendaness
14. Zanda Zakuza – Kuyobamnandi
XtetiQsoul drops a new one with Drumetic Boyz titled African Child.
The latest hit from them features Setlhako as they make the latest jam for the weekend.
XtetiQsoul recently released his X World album, proving to the World he is one of the best. He also claimed his territory back as he accepted to feature with Vuscare on You Got Me Feeling.
Production duo Drumetic Boyz not too long connected with vocalist Khaeda for an electronic House single titled Sabela.
Getting together on this new track they Setlhako on this latest track.
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Blaqbonez is tapping into his freaky side with the release of a new innuendo-filled single, “BBC”. The single, produced by Spax (Producer of Oxlade’s Away), is the Chocolate City rapper’s second single of the year following his fan favourite, “Haba”, a follow up to his buzzing ‘Big Brother’ freestyle.
“BBC” is a love-soaked Caribbean-influenced number, on which Blaq drops verses about steamy trysts. It is Blaq at his cheeky and provocative best; expertly toeing the line between risqué and sexy.
In the weeks leading up to the release, Blaq kept the innuendos going with the purchase of a new pet: a black cock named ‘Bisi’ which he paraded on his Instagram
If you could funnel Blaqbonez’s personality into a song, ‘BBC’ could very well be it, as it encapsulates a lot of the different facets that make him unique. With its tongue-in-cheek title and lyrics, the track toes the line between risqué and sexy; never fully leaning into the former but leaving room for the listener’s imagination. This then allows for a range of creative marketing that is suggestive (not crude) and leverages on its sexual undertones.
‘BBC’ is steeped in Caribbean influence evinced by Its familiar drum pattern and Blaq’s ‘Shaggy-like’ cadence. Its tempo and content moreover, fit ‘today’s sound’ – with the prevalence of slower paced love records on the charts. An easy-to-sing chorus and elementary lyrics give it immediate hit potential.
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After the huge success of his 2020 debut “Call“, Joeboy drops a new potential hit music titled “Lonely“. In typical Joeboy fashion, the music titan delivers a racy and super-catchy pop anthem in less than 3 minutes with his 2020 first outing. Aided by “Baby” producer Dera, Joe continues his epic love tale layered over extremely groovy and percussion-driven instrumentation as he melodiously sings; “Why be sey na you dey ma mind? Say you no be option no be lie, Oya make we run away make we fly away…” on ‘Call’, He returns with his sultry magical vocals yet again to tell his lover that “I need you in my space o, I want you in my space oh… I just know that I don’t wanna be Lonely Lonely tonight…“
JOEBOY has gone from recording cover songs in his college dorm to becoming one of African music’s brightest new stars, topping streaming charts and touring the continent with an improbable run of smashes. With lyrics that capture the innocence of young love and the sting of youthful heartbreak, the 23-year-old crooner has carved his own lane within the increasingly crowded field of Nigerian pop stars.
Joeboy has gone No. 1 on Apple Music in Nigeria and Uganda with “Baby” and “Beginning” — his first two solo singles — as well as top 10 spots in Kenya, Ghana and Zimbabwe. His swift ascent and hitmaking talent has taken him beyond the continent, landing him coverage and plaudits from Rolling Stone, CNN, Complex, Pitchfork and Billboard among others.
“Lonely” is the first taste of Joeboy’s new album setting the tempo for the much-anticipated project from one of Afropop’s rising stars. A specialist in earnest love songs who’s never afraid to show his vulnerability, Joeboy lays it all on the line on “Lonely,” shooting his shot with the girl he’s had his eye on. Turns out she’s had her eyes on him, too, and it’s happily ever after. Moral of the story: Never be afraid to share your feelings.