D’banj sends greetings to you specially and then RE-INTRODUCE himself, as – BANGA!
Arguably Africa’s biggest musical export, D’banj’s superb run in the game for close to 2 decades is no mean feat, pioneering the afrobeats genre to the world and the charismatic entertainer is putting up a re-introduction with unarguably the hardest anthem you’d hear all summer ‘BANGA’, served in the classic D’banj sauce.
‘BANGA‘ is a delicious Afrobeat number by D’banj, teaming up with the Egypt 80 Band who delivered a ‘masterclass’ brass performance on the mid-tempo tune, giving off that magical feeling that captivates the listener from start to finish.
The video, starring the very sexy Radio Goddess – Moet Abebe, further adds life to the very intriguing tune which sees her combine perfectly with the Koko Master in delivering not just a colourful video but one with artistic finesse that will be talked about for a long time to come.
‘BANGA‘ was produced by TUC and video directed by Clarence Peters.
Ghanaian melodious singer tips her fans with a new track off her EP titled “Whine”.
Ghanaian starlet, Gyakie has premiered the visual to “Whine,” a track off her SEED EP bearing a Caribbean vibe. She is getting ready to unleash brand new music and decided that this would be a nice way to wrap up promo for the EP.
[Kumasi, Ghana – June 18, 2021] Ghanaian singer/songwriter and musician – Gyakie launches the official music video to ‘Whine’, via RCA UK / Sony Music West Africa. The stunning visuals shot on location in Accra – Ghana, illuminate the reggae infused bop, taken from her debut EP – ‘Seed’, released via Sony Music West Africa / Flip The Music / RCA UK.
Referred to as the Queen of the Gold Coast in her home country, where her debut EP was met with critical acclaim, Gyakie was catapulted into the international arena when her song ‘Forever’ stormed its way across the continent of Africa, and beyond, entering the US Billboard Triller chart at #4. A collaboration was sparked after a conversation on social media of the track with Nigeria’s Omah Lay and to date, the remix is one of the most played songs on the airwaves in Nigeria this year and has achieved over 21 million accumulative streams and counting, cementing her as one of Ghana’s hottest new exports.
The last six months has seen the young International Business student of Kwame Nkrumah University, grace the covers of some of the biggest and most high-profile music playlists across Africa. She has also received critical acclaim from fans and media alike. Announced recently as the inaugural artist to launch Spotify’s Equal playlist, she was the only Ghanaian representation at the televised MTV Africa Day concert last month, where Grammy award winning artist Angelique Kidjo introduced her onstage.
With all the show up Gyakie continues to enjoy from Shazam to BBC 1Xtra and the on-going TikTok #IAmAfrican campaign, she is still not resting her oars. Pundits in music are very excited by her talent, describing her as the gift that keeps on giving and we see it literally exemplified in this new release – the visual for Whine where she stuns with such grace and youthful flair, confidently honing command on the record that aptly compliments the running theme for summer vibes. It is however not surprising that Whine has found its way to becoming a fan-favourite track and this visual will serve as a unique way to close off the EP.
Naira Marley’s Protege, Mohbad comes through with the official music video for ‘Marlians Anthem’… Enjoy!
Mohbad The KPK king is back with another strong visual for ‘Marlians Anthem‘ off the Light EP.
Light EP is a showcase of the long missing balance between the grassroots music scene and the mainstream dominated pop music, in a way that nothing is given away but evident work ethic and vigour that resulted into massive streams and now one of the best offering by a new artist in recent years, comparing classics.
Mohbad serves us with the first video from the 8 track EP… Watch ‘Marlians Anthem Video’, Directed by NAYA.
Yo Rexxie pon this one Mohbad Marlians Imole O’wale Awon te yin fo fun Won le koju awa ko (won le koju awa ko) Awon to’n ga’pa si yin (awon to’n gapa si yin) Toba ri wa won a feyin, feyin (toba ri wa won a feyin)
‘Cause we no be mate (mate, mate, mate) And we no relate (no relate, ‘late, ‘late) Marlians lawa (Marlians lawa) No manners lawa (no manners lawa) Eru popo o bawa (eru popo o bawa) NBG lawa (NBG lawa)…
Dax is back again with his Unusual views and tunes “Apocalypse” is the name of the new project.
Are we near an Apocalypse. Are the end of times really closing in. This second acts a pre secondary installment to my song called Book of Revelations. If you have time go check that out after along with Dear God. I think this topic is important. What are your thoughts on a ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE? Let me know in the comment section as I love to read and reply to as many as I can. Do you believe God is soon returning? This song is meant to create a discussion. Thank you. Let’s share and make an impact. My name is Dax and I am an artist who is currently creating something out of absolutely nothing. Share and help spread the message.
After lot of street controversies and rumors about Small Dr and Davido in the Studio they finally dropped the released of their conjoined track titled ManDeMan.
Street ambassador Small Doctor teams up with one of afrobeat finest Davido to remix his already banging record “Mandeman“.
The much anticipated song already caught the attention of music lovers since the studio snippet was first posted on social media.. ‘No be say dem no get money, but e no choke‘. Song produced by: Shocker & NapJi, Video Directed By: The Alien.
The wait is finally over, weeks the Highway Video is now made available for you utmost satisfaction
It’s no doubt 2021 is already a big year for DJ Kaywise, as he rolls out with the visuals to the biggest record of the year “HIGHWAY” which was greatly delivered by Phyno.
Kaywise Entertainment boss, DJ Kaywise teams with PentHauze chairman, Phyno to deliver another banger titled “High Way” after a successful last music outing. This new jam is produced by Yung Willis and it will make you get to the dance floor.
Kaywise who started his career as a Disc Jockey in 2010 after breaking into a mixtape local market at Alaba- Ojo had not stopped here but his continuos effort had made him an A-list DJ in Nigeria. He is known for over 10,000 CD, Mixtape, over 50 online released mixtape and released multiple music and visuals with top class Nigeria and African artistes.
‘High Way‘ is an Afro-Amapiano which Okiki used to wraps up the year 2020, Phyno Fino shares that they on the fast track/lane, living fast life…
The official music video for High Way has guest appearance of high profile entertainers; D’banj, Actor Pete Edochie (Nollywood Legend), Dancer Poco Lee, artistes; Bella Shmurda, Laycon and Skiibii… Enjoy!!!
The mega trio remixed the track for their first-ever collaboration.
Ariana Grande premiered her newest music video for the remix of her song “34+35,” which features Doja Cat and Megan Thee Stallion. The track was Megan and Doja’s first-ever collaboration, while Doja and Ariana have previously teamed up for “Motive” off of Ariana’s album Positions. The remix of “34+35” peaked at number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 for the week ending January 30th, marking Ariana Grande’s 8th single to appear at the top 2 on the chart.
In the music video, the three women appear to be enjoying a lavish, relaxing night at a hotel together, eating plenty of snacks, drinking champagne, and sitting by the pool. The three also get rather nostalgic, filming themselves in bed with an old-school VHS camcorder and watching the footage over an old television. The scenery in the hotel seems to focus on a vintage theme as well, showcasing mirrors, bed frames, and lights that verge on regal.
The women are adorned in fancy, lacy lingerie for the video, which is only fitting as the entire song is a euphemism for oral sex. On her verse, Doja Cat raps, “Wake up the neighbors, we got an audience, they hear the clappin’, but we not applaudin’ ’em.” Megan Thee Stallion raps her verse in a bathtub for the video, saying, “I’ve been in the shower for ’bout a whole hour, he finna act a dog in it so he get the bald kitty.”
Watch and Enjoy …… …. ….
[Ariana Grande:] Hmm
You might think I’m crazy The way I’ve been craving If I put it quite plainly Just gimme them babies So what you doing tonight? Better say, “Doing you right” (Yeah) Watching movies, but we ain’t seen a thing tonight (Yeah)
I don’t wanna keep you up (You up) But show me, can you keep it up? (It up) ‘Cause then I’ll have to keep you up Shit, maybe I’ma keep you up, boy I’ve been drinking coffee (I’ve been drinking coffee; coffee) And I’ve been eating healthy (I’ve been eating healthy; healthy) You know I keep it squeaky, yeah (You know I keep it squeaky) Saving up my energy (Yeah, yeah, saving up my energy)
Can you stay up all night? Fuck me ’til the daylight Thirty-four, thirty-five (Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah) Can you stay up all night? (All night) Fuck me ’til the daylight Thirty-four, thirty-five (Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
[Doja Cat (Ariana Grande):] Can we stay up all night? Fuck a jet lag You bring your fine ass and overnight bag Add up the numbers or get behind that Play and rewind that, listen, you’ll find that I want that six-nine without Tekashi And I want your body and I make it obvious Wake up the neighbors, we got an audience They hear the clapping, but we not applauding ’em Six o’clock and I’m crushing Then it get to seven o’clock now he wants it When it hit eight o’clock, we said, “Fuck it” Forget your girl, pretend that I’m her Come make the cat purr, come make my back hurt, ayy Making that squirt and rain and shower and spray Now that’s perfect, baby, we don’t sleep enough But I’ma keep you up, if you could keep it up (Baby)