Phyno gives his fans all over a reason to live and be happy and tagged it “Something To Live For”
Award-winning Indigenous rapper, Phyno releases a new body of work/ album titled “Something To Live For“. Fino drops this project hot on the wheels on his new track with Olamide – ‘Do You Wrong‘.
In Fino’s words ‘I’ve failed more than I’ve won, But every single win covers all the failure and make them lessons and experiences… If I’ll do this all over again, I’ll enjoy every step in it more and it’s worth it. It’s Something To Live For‘.
This fourth studio album from Phyno is a blend of Afro-pop, Afro-Rap, Highlife, and hip-hop. Something to Live For consist of 16 tracks and features artists; The Cavemen, Peruzzi, D Smoke, Olamide, Jay Teazer, Flavour, J’ Dess, Pappy Kojo, BeePee & Anjulie.
Phyno drops a new single featuring Olamide titled “Do You Wrong” off his upcoming album ‘something to live for’
In high anticipation of his 4th studio album ‘Something To Live For‘, Phyno releases a new track which he titles ‘Do You Wrong‘, and features his industry bestie- Olamide. This is coming in after he unveiled the 4th album official tracklist.
A perfect blend of his traditional Hip-Hop background and his new sounds to cater to his vast growing fan base.
The new song “Do You Wrong” which is said to be track 6 from his soon to drop 4th studio album is a follow up the previously singles; ‘Stack‘ and ‘BIA‘. And it is not that usual Phyno and Olamide collaboration
You don’t need another man Na you be my other half Nobody fit be like you Nobody fit do like you, baby, oh Sometimes I dey wonder why Baby your wings they’re made to fly O bu gini ka ne me O bu gini ka nge me baby oh
E ne me kwa ife ge wute mo You know say I no go do you wrong Why I go dey do you wrong Tell me why I go dey do you wrong Say I no be perfect man no mean say I go dey do you wrong Why I go dey do you wrong? Tell me why I go dey do you wrong
For your love to me oh I go secure your heart baby oh Ngwa mape obigi oh Go do anything ka m buru nke gi oh
Ngwa give all your love to me oh I go secure your heart baby oh Ngwa mape obigi oh Go pay anything ka m buru nke gi oh
[Olamide] Babe, I wanna be right beside you or right inside you I gats Remind you She shining like the sun her smile fit blind you But it too bright and I got to fight that Abi na whiskey wey you pour me wey dey make me pesh I fit to sin for your love and no wan repent Bring colors to my life like you pour me paint Anything for your love I’m so competent I’m so competent, me I no dense I get confidence I go scatter your net like there’s no defence No coincidence Overconfidence I ready to dey face any consequence
There is nothing I cannot do If you wan fall in love with me baby hold me like parachute If they vex me I para shoot Omo I’m drunk in love when you put yourself in my shoes
[Chorus – Phyno] E ne me kwa ife ge wute mo You know say I no go do you wrong Why I go dey do you wrong Tell me why I go dey do you wrong Say I no be perfect man no mean say I go dey do you wrong Why I go dey do you wrong Tell me why I go dey do you wrong
For your love to me oh I go secure your heart baby oh Ngwa mape obigi oh Go do anything ka m buru nke gi oh Ngwa give all your love to me oh I go secure your heart baby oh Ngwa mape obigi oh Go pay anything ka m buru nke gi oh oh oh
Verse 3 – Phyno So baby no go dey talanga No go dey duller I go love you jeje Go love you tender Nobody go take your place or your number Go do anything to make you my lover My baby I no fit to dey make you suffer Treat you like a lady handle you proper Look only you I no fit look another Make another man come collect my lover
Say you got me feeling brand new Why I no fit place nothing above you Ngwa I go use my money spoil you So the people no go recognize you Shey I tell you say nothing I can’t do? I no fit use you play or use you gamble O di zia ka chukwu ji gi we me sample Anytime I think about you I dey thankful
The Zanku record label artist is going hard and his projects are getting hay wired into the Streets just like his boss (Zlatan) also Just like the step Zlatan took at the begining of the fame featuring Olamide “My Body”, Jamopyper also gets Olamide on the track titled “O Nana”
Jamopyper which has been one of the prominent Street artist has had an earlier great tracks to his name featuring prominent artist such as Mayourkun, Zlatan and many more
HES NOT BACKING DOWN SOON AND RIGHT NOW HE FEATURES tHE vOICE OF THE STREET oLAMIDE TO DO JUSTICE TO THE NEW TRACK OF HIS
Jamopyper teams up with the King of the Street- Multi award-winning rapper, Olamide for his latest single “O Nana“. Produced by Eskeez, the song is perfect blend of Afrobeat, Pop-Dancehall, Amapiano and Rap that will set mood right.
In 2020 after been signed to Zanku Records (Zanku To The World) onwed by Zlatan, alongside artistes; Oberz and Papisnoop, Jamopyper debuted on Zlatan’s hit song “Unripe Pawpaw“ with others and his melody was noticed by listeners. To push his talent and vibe further he featured on another 2020 street hit song – ‘Of Lala‘ released for Rahman Jago alongside Zlatan and boom he was allover the place. Also with his contribution on the buzzing Zlatan joint ‘Shomo‘, Jamopyper continues to impress before he finally served us his hit debut under Zanku Record ‘If No Be You‘. ‘If No Be You‘ got him the huge recognition he is enjoying now and it also earned him Headies Rookie of Year Award nomination.
This spanking new single- “O Nana” which is a follow up to Jamo’s first 2021 single, *BETTER BETTER*, (A cut out of Amapiano vibes that serves us with a very sweet and interesting appreciable groove, produced by P.Priime) will promises to bang on Speakers, made you Vibe and Dance.
Superboy Cheque drops his Sophomore Album titled “Bravo”.
Cheque offload his aesthetics project tagged Bravo feauring prominent artist like Olamide “LOML” Fireboy “History” Ayra Starr “Dangerous” and Jackboy “No One Else”.
Cheque ultimately found his sound after experimenting across various music genres that culminated into his own musical evolution, making him the charming, dynamic and grounded artiste that he is today. After the release of his debut EP “S.O.O.N” (Something Out Of Nothing) which featured DML, Virus Zamorra and Chinko Ekun, Cheque became unstoppable as he continually released self-acclaimed hot singles such as “Zoom“, “History” (feat. Fireboy DML) and recently “LOML” ft Olamide off his highly anticipated album “Bravo“.
Cheque fuses rapping and singing in an iteration of Afro-fusion that draws from pop, cloud rap, R&B and emo-trap. “It’s generally Afro-fusion but with trap and pop music,” Cheque tells Apple Music. “I love hardcore rap but I’m determined to put melodies around it and sweeten it.” His melodic take sees him provide motivation (“Rockstar”), show his friends appreciation (“Change”) and express his affection (“Sweet Love”), while providing insight into his personality. “Everything I say in my music is who I am,” he says. “One of the things I try to conquer with my music is to never be ashamed of what I’m saying. It’s why I named the album Bravo—it’s brave.” Here, he talks us through the album, track by track.
Rockstar “Coming from a place of struggle, that’s definitely what it felt like when I made this song. Don’t bully me, don’t look down on me… let me shine! Rockstar is basically about overcoming. I know a lot of people are going through a lot of things and when you hear this, I don’t want you to feel like you can’t get something from this. I come from a place where they say, ‘Please don’t try this trap music’. It almost brought me to a place where I didn’t want to do it anymore but I realised that this is who I am and no matter how I tried to go the other direction, this is very genuine.
Dangerous (feat. Ayra Starr) “I recorded this song just after I dropped the Razor EP. It was more of an R&B vibe at the initial stage. I loved it! It was so sexy and was exactly what I thought about a partner. When I changed it up I wanted it to be more Afrobeats to get this balance. It just felt like I needed to get someone [to feature], to feel like I’m talking to somebody else. Our female artists in Nigeria are really coming up really fast now so I just had to call Ayra.”
Call Me Baby “When I hooked up with the producer [Lazybeatz] I just knew what to do instantly. When he gave me the beat the melody just came to me and I felt it. It was one of the few beats that I had from him that didn’t make me wanna go hustling—it made me want to go in that love direction. I was like, ‘What’s the title of this song, “Call You Baby?” Nah.’ I wanted to have a final response, I wanted her to reply to my question in the song.”
No One Else (feat. Jackboy) “When I started music, the vibe I put on “No One Else” was my real self before I discovered and started to do emo-trap. When I got this song, I was like ‘Okay, I didn’t get affected by people saying don’t do trap’. I was like, ‘If I have this kind of song maybe I should get somebody that’s not from here’—so I got [American rapper] Jackboy He got me the verse and it’s the fastest verse I’ve got.”
Superboy Cheque featuring Jackboy on “No One Else”
LOML (feat. Olamide) “I had a complete song, and I just tried to get the best person I could think of at that point that could really blend with me on the song. It was Olamide; it’s always fantastic to get love from the OGs. I was just learning to record Afrobeats, it wasn’t something I was doing before. I was just thinking about the perfect couple and how to express love to somebody who’s been there for you.”
Blind “This was definitely a personal experience. Everything I’m saying in this song is exactly as it happened—no words were minced. I’m a real homie that gets shorties, but I met somebody that made me feel like ‘Okay, I’m not gonna get up to no more—we gotta stay focused and get serious.’ It turned out to be a very terrible idea!”
Body “This is the oldest song on the album. I was still of a clear mind at the time I recorded this song; no one had broken my heart. It’s just a cool, sexy vibe worshipping a woman’s body. Whatever you have is great, we love it.”
History [Cheque & Fireboy DML] “I didn’t think twice. Fireboy is one of my oldest friends so I didn’t really stress myself too much. I was just looking for a guy that really had history with me. I finished the song but I didn’t know the chorus of the song. When he came in he said ‘Are you crazy?’ ‘cause the chorus right now was [initially] my first verse.
Sweet Love “‘Sweet Love’ is just vibes. I honestly didn’t put much thought into making this song. I just heard the beat and I wanted to have these sexy vibes. I like me a confident woman and I have a type physically too—I’m not ashamed to say I like this or I like that. It’s about energy and us being supportive with each other.”
Change “I’ve been blessed to have good friends around me. I’ve come across friends that really helped me grow, even when I had no house to stay in; they fed me for a while. I cannot go out in public and say, ‘Stuff my friends’. I wanted [this] to be on the album, so [that] when I listen to my first album, I know I’ve said something about what I really went through. I slept on the couch for a long time at my friend’s place, so no matter what, I always remember where I come from.”
Check out the dynamic flow of Cheque titled Change
Anybody “These are my origins. This is the place where you find me the most. I always see myself as a teacher—I have to [enable everyone] to understand me. This is my bass, the kick that I love and what I like to express. It’s a combination of rap and rap-singing. In the song I was going high-pitched, low-pitched and shouting. I was just everywhere. If anyone wants to know my ability on a song, they should play this song.”
Pray “This particular one I got from watching a movie. The person was saying that in all his life he has always wanted a certain type of woman, and she was exactly what he wanted. That stuck in my head. It’s a very straightforward chorus… ‘You’re everything I prayed for’. It’s a marriage song; a sentimental one saying, ‘Thank god I found you’. I’ll have to play this at my wedding.”
Free “This one is saying, ‘Don’t test me!’ It’s a commanding song and very direct—‘I’m gon’ put you down so don’t try me’. I’m not telling you I’m strong, I’m showing you. It was important to end with this sound because I don’t like to be put in a box and attached to one column. When I make an album you can never really expect me to do the same thing. I try to imbue my work with my originality and it was important to open and close with that trap sound.”
Currently signed to Penthauze Records, Cheque’s unique voice which has proven to have more range than has been established by a Nigerian male artiste, is a musical delight on the airwaves, garnering him fans across all spheres of life. A perfectionist who knows who he is as an artist but yet keeps pushing his own limits musically, young Cheque has a hunger that’s admirable to see in an industry already rife with astounding talent.
Olamide drops the Visuals to the track “Jailer” featuring Jaywillz
With UY Scuti, Nigerian rapper Olamide continues his evolutionary cycle on his eleventh studio album. A follow-up project to 2020’s Afrobeats-tinged Carpe Diem, which sees him set comfortable flows over roots reggae, R&B, Afrobeats and pop soundscapes.
According to Olamide; “‘Jailer’ was just vibes and feel-good music from me and Jaywillz. He came up with this hook, then we started cooking up the chorus and the beat as well. We were just trying different sounds from around the world as I chopped verses up. I’m taking a bit of everything and just mixing it up with my Afrobeats sounds nowadays.”
Nobody come I don’t need no bail out Seize my breath I need some inhaler Cus the way you whine your body controller I’m ready now I’m ready to stay down Weather hot/cold I’m ready to stay down Enter my heart turn it to play ground Cos the whine your body controller I’m ready now I’m ready girl
Superboy Cheque is at it again featuring the scutigera himself Olamide on the newly released track “LOML”
Cheque is cashing out the checks these days with the couple of works he’s been doing he earlier featured the YBNL youngster FIREBOY DML 🔥 for the single titled “History” then went ahead for “Call me Baby” the YBNL boss himself Olamide on the track “LOML”
Cheque gained massive popularity after releasing the hit track ‘Zoom‘ as part of his Razor EP project last year, he is showing how evolved he is as an artiste and how he is constantly improving his craft.
On ‘LOML (Love of My Life)‘, these two artistes bring their A-game to play with Cheque and Olamide complementing each other in the most dynamic of ways. Cheque’s euphonious musicality and Olamide’s verse screaming of an all-round evolved sound, Cheque takes us to the top of the ninth with this song and we are definitely picking up what he’s putting down.
This evocative love story rendered in the beautiful trademark Cheque voice, has the 26 year old Ondo State native put up his umbrella providing this much needed shade for music lovers.
[Chorus: Cheque] You be light for my life, no be lie at all You give me love o, wey me never feel before You give me joy o, oh my God o I can’t get enough You give me love o, wey me never feel before
[Verse 1: Cheque] I’m coming plain (plain) First time I ain’t feeling any Jealousy Don’t give my secrets to my enemies Oh you know me don’t trust nobody Oh baby, you know me , you know me well Anytime I kiss I never tell Oh baby you know me well Whine am for me make I go o Show me love I never know I wan come o baby oo
[Chorus: Cheque] You be light for my life, no be lie at all You give me love o, wey me never feel before You give me joy o, oh my God o I can’t get enough You give me love o, wey me never feel before
Verse 2: Olamide] They will never stop sailing till we see the shore Señorita give me loving me no see before Drunk in love, what you are doing is very asortol Anybody wey no like am for der ? dum the talk I said I want more Fit get the friend that bigger come front I hope you all get a picture of her, I dey comfort Wey the small dron chicks so dey?reply me cos I be moreacrob They wanna be my solokem but they are the procron Omo na talk talk me and you two me never drop drop Chicks wanna follow me You are only real ama attract self I go fuck shun and chop shun I’m not sure they understand the love is real Them still give me potion
Outro: Cheque] You be light for my life, no be lie at all You give me love o, wey me never feel before You give me joy o, wey me never see before You give me love o, wey me never feel before
Flyboy I.N.C presents the single “Currently” by Kizz Daniel featuring Olamide, Falz and LK Kuddy, Produced by Masterkraft. Kizz teamed up with these acts to deliver a Topnotch Jam! Kick start 2021 with a Big Vibe! and Record a Hit!
When Nigerian singer-songwriter Kizz Daniel Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe started singing and writing lyrics at age seven, his dad encouraged him while also urging him to finish his education. Fresh out of university, he scored a hit as Kiss Daniel with 2014’s “Woju,” which received a nomination for Hottest Single at the Nigeria Entertainment Awards. His debut LP, 2016’s New Era, peaked at No. 8 on Billboard’s World Albums chart and won him three Headies, Nigeria’s equivalent of the Grammys.
The videos for his 2016 single “Mama” and “One Ticket,” his 2019 collaboration with American-born Nigerian singer-songwriter Davido, have each racked up more than 36 million views.
In 2017, Daniel split from his label, launched his own Flyboy Inc. imprint. He blended Afropop with EDM, grime, and hip-hop on his collaboration-packed hit sophomore album, 2018’s No Bad Songz.
Last year 2020, He dropped The KING OF LOVE album which is his third body of work and his second under self owned label Flyboy Inc.With 17 songs, no features and love as the theme of this body of work, Nigerian Singer & songwriter Kizz Daniel took his rightful stead as Africa’s King of Love songs.
Today he returns to start off 2021 with the new single ‘Currently‘. This an Afropop record heavy on the buzzing Amapiano tune. It’s a dance track with cut across Pop, Rap and EDM.
With Quotable Lyrics
Paper oh, paper o, Currency oh, currency o Won nowo
YBNL and EMPIRE releases Olamide’s 10th studio album titled “CARPE DIEM”.
Multi-talented music artiste and Rapper Olamide Badoo finally releases his much anticipated album – “Carpe Diem” after the successful release of two buzzing singles off the body of work; ‘Eru’ and ‘Green Light’
This new body of work/project which is a follow up to Olamide’s 9th studio album ‘999‘ is a 12 track album that houses the Afrobeat, Afropop, Rap and R’n’B music genre with productions from P.Prime, ID Cabasa, Pheelz and Vstix.
The album features topnotch artistes; Phyno, Peruzzi, Fireboy DML, Omah Lay, Bella Shmurda and Bad Boy Timz.
Olamide returns with a brand new song titled “Eru“. This tune is an Afro-Rap-Pop record, produced by P.Prime. Baddo Sneh comes through to prove he is still banger in him as this song will make you Manya, loose some control.
Olamide Adedeji is a popular Nigerian singer-songwriter and indigenous hip-hop rapper. He is popularly called ‘Olamide Baddo’ or ‘Baddo Sneh’. He founded the YBNL Nation, an independent record label that brought talents; Adekunle Gold, Lil Kesh, Chinko Ekun, Viktoh, Lyta, DJ Enimoney and Fireboy. Olamide raps and sings both in his native language, Yoruba, and the general language English. He has earned lots of Awards to his name and released more than 20 hit songs with 9 studio albums; ‘Rhapsodi’, ‘YBNL (Yahoo Boy No Laptop)’, ‘Street OT’, ‘Baddest Guy Ever Liveth’, ‘2Kings’, ‘Eyan MayWeather’, ‘The Glory’ to name a few.
Olamide’s late release was his 2020 debut – ‘999‘ The EP, a body of work that housed 9 tracks. The EP has dope tracks like; ‘Rich and Famous‘, ‘No Time‘ and hit track ‘Wonma!‘. This new single is a follow up to the EP which was released in February.
“Eru” is a banging Rap-Pop sound that will burst your speakers. The song talks about been Bucks Up, Endowed and Bless. Olamide says he can’t never get tired of spending, making money and taking care of his endowed lady.
Blow the money blow the money Make the people manya Make the people manya o Blow the money blow the money Make the girls dem whine up Make the girls dem whine up Ko le remi rara Eyin ma nawo tan Awa alowo’nle (eru omo eru-eru, ebe omo ebe)…
Living Music Icon, 2Baba deliver another impressive track titled “I Dey Hear Everything“, featuring Olamide produced by Spellz. The song is a vibe that comes with an educative message about relationships. Its off 2Baba’s new studio album ‘Warrior‘