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Renowned Igbo rapper and free-stylist dish another premium jam for the fans featuring Olamide in his new song tag “Ojemba”.

Phyno has been known with his hit base line that comes like wildfire in his track, his relationship with Olamide wax strong with years.

Phyno released his new Project titled Ojemba meaning Traveller which is mostly refer as Ajala the traveller from the Yoruba side which Olamide originates

Download and enjoy below ….

ALBUM : DJ NEPTUNE – GREATNESS 2.0 [Album Download]

Renowned International Eva – Blazing DJ Neptune releases his sophomore album titled “Greatness 2.0” today, November 26, 2021. This is coming in after the success of the project’s lead singles; ‘Only Fan‘ (feat. Lojay, Zlatan) and ‘GAZA‘ (feat. Patoranking).

Since emerging in the early 2010s with his maximal interpretation of Afropop that weaved together R&B, hip-hop, and dancehall influences, DJ Neptune has had a constant presence at the forefront of the genre’s vaunt to global popularity, while trying to imbue popular music from west Africa with his more experimental ideas.

The success of 2018’s Greatness was a vindication for Neptune’s innovative approach, and on his follow-up, the Lagos-based artist pairs his technical virtuosity with hit-making gravitas.

Greatness 2.0 Album” consist of 16 tracks and features artistes; Laycon, Waje, Ladipoe, Mr Eazi, Cheque, Blaqbonez, Rema, Patoranking, Simi, Peruzzi, Focalistic, Adekunle Gold, Joeboy, Omah Lay, Lojay, Zlatan, Bella Shmurda, Kofi Jamar, Jeriq, Phyno, Stonebwoy, Yemi Alade, One Acen, Harmonize & Anjella.

Across an album that kicks off with the aspirational messaging of “Rise Up” and closes with the loved-up swag of “Nobody,” DJ Neptune (Imohiosen Patrick) engages his phalanx of collaborators in meaningful conversation.

About the first track – Rise Up featuring; Laycon, Waje & LADIPOE, DJ Neptune said

With ‘Rise Up,’ when I got the beat, it sounded like what a Jay Z would want to get on. I told myself, ‘Okay, this is going to be a classic record. I need to make a classic record out of this.’ So I sent it to Waje and I told her, ‘Listen, the direction I want to go with this is that everyone in life has obstacles. We have our ups and downs, but regardless of whatever situation you’re going through at that particular time, always have it at the back of your mind that one day you’re going to rise up.’ She did her thing and the next person I sent it to was Laycon. Laycon had just won Big Brother Nigeria—that’s like a serious rise up for him. I needed to balance this with another rapper; Ladipoe came through with his own style and did his thing. We came in with the Kabusa choir, just to give it that extra feel.

And according to him also the last track on the album Nobody featuring Joeboy & Mr. Eazi- is from [2020]. I mean the song came and did so much damage. Shout out to everyone who helped me make history with ‘Nobody.’

Download to Enjoy the full album below,


DO and UNDO – MR Eazi
















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.


  1. Chizoba (feat. The Cavemen)
  2. Stacks
  3. Belong To You (feat. Peruzzi)
  4. Ghetto
  5. I Do This (feat. D Smoke)
  6. Do You Wrong (feat. Olamide)
  7. Winner
  8. All the smoke
  9. Onye Nwa
  10. No Love (feat. Jay Teazer)
  11. Paracetamol
  12. Ike Pentecost (feat. Flavour)
  13. Love You Right (feat. J’ Dess)
  14. Gold Medal (feat. Pappy Kojo & BeePee)
  15. Ain’t Nobody (feat. Anjulie)
  16. Bia

Phyno also did this project for the CULTURE, Rich in value! Tracks like; Chizoba, I Do ThisWinnerOnye Nwa and Ike Pentecost are topnotch records that hit hard. Listen to the full album below;


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

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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

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
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

ALBUM : ZLATAN – RESAN [Album Download]

On his sophomore album, the multi-talented Zlatan Ibile takes stock of his ongoing progress as an artist. “‘Resan’ is actually a Swedish word that means ‘the journey’,” he tells Apple Music. “I called it that because there’s something particular about my journey—from being a grassroots artist to being someone that’s celebrated globally. I want the people to know what my music career has looked like so far.”

Delicately balancing cohesion and experimentation, the rapper stands firmly in his Zanku sound while exploring several themes over Amapiano, drill and highlife-infused instrumentation. This is the first time Zlatan has something different to tell, so there are improvements, new sounds and different skills.

The rapper talks Apple Music through his second album, track by track;

“That Guy”

“This is that kind of ‘Wake Up’ vibe—thanking God for life and everything. I said, ‘Many people have tried, and many people have failed/But I don’t want to be that guy.’ That means the only guy I want to be is a successful one. It’s for everybody—when you listen to the lyrics, you can now pick the kind of guy you want to become.”

“Alubarika” (feat. Buju)

“‘Alubarika’ means ‘certain’, and this is like a prayer song as well. As I’m going and coming—when I leave my house—success must come out of it. I was just at home in 2019 and saw a tweet saying, ‘I want Zlatan on this song’. I didn’t really know who he was then, but fast-forward to 2021 and Buju is one of the hottest artists in Nigeria. I’m happy for him and happy I could play a little role in his journey as well.”


“‘Level’ is for the gals dem! I’m using this one to praise all the girls. Just as you’re built, don’t look down on yourself. You have level on your own and don’t let anyone tell you that you don’t.”

“Shakur” (feat. Ms Banks)

“This is a drill song, and I just felt I needed a UK rapper on it. I recorded it in Lagos but was in London a while back. Ms Banks is my G, and we were in studio together; I played the track for her and she loved it. ‘Shakur’ is Yoruba slang where you’re saying, ‘You’re free to show yourself and free to feel yourself’.”

“Polongo” (feat. Bella Shmurda)

“The chemistry between me and Bella is spiritual. He’s someone I’ve always known had something in him that the world needs to listen to. During COVID, we connected more and had music camps together. We were recording so many songs and that’s how we got his ‘Cash App’ track, ‘Hallelu’ with Masterkraft and this one. We recorded around that time period, but this is a different vibe entirely. We actually got inspiration from Danfo Drivers, who are some Nigerian OGs who did that highlife kind of sound.”


“I recorded this song two years ago, and every time I was making a project, I’d try to infuse it. I lost the data, and there’s always something with making a beat again! I wasn’t comfortable with the beats I was making, but I was able to work with P.Priime, who delivered. The tempo went down a bit ’cause I really wanted everybody to listen. This is a marital song, talking about us not being unfortunate by going into wedlock with someone that’s not meant for us.”

“One Life”

“This is for my party people! You only live once, whether you like it or not, and you actually need to live it to the fullest. I worked on this song with a producer named Willis, who actually produced ‘Celebrate Me’ by Patoranking. I like to work with young people that have drive and hunger ’cause the connection is always different. In Nigeria—and every part of the world—amapiano is big and that’s good for South Africans. We have to celebrate with them right now, as amapiano cuts across all countries and continents.”

“Money” (feat. Davido)

“[Davido’s] my brother and my main man. We have this chemistry that goes beyond us being colleagues; we’re quite cool friends. I didn’t wanna disappoint those who love hearing me and Davido together. So, this one is talking about me not wanting to look like I have money when I don’t, ’cause if you don’t have money, they’ll steal your wife!”

“Ale Yi”

“This was the last song I recorded on the project, and it’s just a nice vibe. I just knew it had to go out immediately when I recorded it! I was thinking about a lot of things, and even if you think [about them] from now ’til tomorrow, you can’t solve your problems—just forget your worries and enjoy yourself.”

“Fada” (feat. Phyno & Flavour)

“Having both Flavour and Phyno on a track is destruction already! Now spiced up with the Zanku as well. It sounds so perfect.”

“Energy” (feat. Rayvanny & Sho Madjozi)

“I recorded ‘Energy’ a year ago, and I’m just appreciating God’s work for creating these sexy women. This is a banger for dancers across the world. I’m looking forward to going to Tanzania and South Africa to shoot this video.”

“See Me So”

“This is just a vibe where I’m singing to a lady, proposing my love to her.”

Stream and Enjoy


Larry Gaaga returns with a brand new song titled ‘Egedege‘, He recruit the service of Queen Theresa Onuorah, Ijele of Africa- Flavour, and Phyno.

It’s been exactly 1year I dropped a song… so I decided for the next 1year it will be BACK 2 BACK…stay tuned #EGEDEGE

Larry Gaaga infiltrated the Nigerian music industry through a multidisciplinary assault of songwriting, production, management, entrepreneurism, and of course, singing. From his early days managing rapper Vector, getting on the track ‘Get Down‘ with V.E.C alongside 2face and being featured on occasional tracks like 2Baba’s hit song ‘Gaaga Shuffle‘ to starting his own label and scoring major hits of his own with the 2018’s Davido collaboration “Doe” and 2Baba, Burna Boy, D’banj’s collab – “Baba Nla” with Wizkid 2019’s “Low,” Gaaga has established a significant presence in the Afro-pop world. Also in 2019, he produced the soundtrack to the film “Living in Bondage: Breaking Free”.

According to Wikipedia;

Egedege dance was made popular by Mrs. Theresa Onuorah in Unubi Town. The name Egedege stems from local slang for richness and bravery which explains why the dance is considered cultural classics and is only played in a royal home or rich families‘.

Theresa Onuorah sings and dances along with her dancing troops. Her melodious voice can wake the dead from the grave.

She was called the Queen of the coast because it was rumored that an ordinary being cannot be endowed with such a golden voice. She has not debunked this claim. She, in fact, believes in the worship of the sea goddess.

Listen and Enjoy the new ‘Egedege‘ song delivered alongside Flavour and Phyno.

stamped and sealed as a culture veteran, Larry Gaaga shows off his Eastern heritage and its colourful cultural finesse with this star-studded track Egedege.

It was originally created by the legendary goddess; Queen Theresa Onuorah, who shines on the hook creating a perfect balance between Flavour’s melodious chant and Phyno’s indigenous rap prowess, bringing about a contagious dance fever. Egedege was produced and remade by Larry GaagaMasterkraft, and Marvio.

Captured in beautiful visuals shot by Unlimited LA, the richness of the culture and colourfulness within the details, give fans a well-rounded Eastern experience to make them feel welcome to sing and dance the indigenous way.

The video shows off gyrating masquerades representing and paying homage to the spirits that guard the land as well as guest appearances by Nollywood veterans like Chiwetalu Agu, Pete Edochie, and Harry Nwachukwu a.k.a Harry B.


Phenomenal rapper Phenom teams up with Indigenous rapper Olamide and Phyno for a melodious jam tagged “Shamanya”

Phenom gets back in the game with a sensational rhythm which he calls upon Olamide and Phyno to do their own part of Justice to the track which they also delivered therefore makes the track a set piece

Download and Enjoy


Girl, your body shamanya
Whine up your booty to the sou sou sound
Girl, this your body make me dangbana
Whine up your pretty biggy booty to the rhythm and the blues
Oya oya baby shamanya
You know money dey for inside agbada
This your body make a nigga dangbana
Louis Louis Gucci Gucci ferragamo be my booboo gatti imma put you in some Gabbana

Oya baby baby jo
Money dey for pocket and you know I’m finna blow
Too many girls eni mini mani mo
But it’s you that I really wanna carry go
Temperature rising girl you speaking to my soul
Temperature rising girl you talking to my soul
You know imma rob the bank for you
Just to show you that my love is true

Girl, your body shamanya
Whine up your booty to the sou sou sound
Girl, this your body make me dangbana
Whine up your pretty biggy booty to the rhythm and the blues
Oya oya baby shamanya
You know money dey for inside agbada
This your body make a nigga dangbana
Louis Louis Gucci Gucci ferragamo be my booboo gatti imma put you in some Gabbana

Wait, e be no way been waiting a whole day
Make I carry your weight
I dey gbadun you way
All my niggas know wahala be like bone straight
Fit to rock your world fit to be your Coldplay
Cacu over cacu dey make me to wan say
I dey reason I dey wait for you maka e don late
Body like a new Bugatti
Met her in a party
Then I smoke her in my Maserati
Like my choko dagbana
Too many beef dey for my shawarma
Plantain no fit to taste like banana
And giving doggy na my hobby
Keep me up like coffee
Make dem no dey copy
Love you because you no dey dull
And shawty bad on a default
And that’s the reason me I want more

Girl, your body shamanya
Whine up your booty to the sou sou sound
Girl, this your body make me dangbana
Whine up your pretty biggy booty to the rhythm and the blues
Oya oya baby shamanya
You know money dey for inside agbada
This your body make a nigga dangbana
Louis Louis Gucci Gucci ferragamo be my booboo gatti imma put you in some Gabbana

That shawty hips like Hennessy XO bottle
Next top model I dey shiver let’s go cuddle
And I ain’t no stutter tell you what I really wanna do always expressing myself easily with no struggle
Body shamanya
I dey dangbana
Carry you for head like Juelz Santana bandana
Who no like make e kpia for the shalanga
Blow my money on you make you gbadun falala
Body roboto
O ropopo jolo jolo
Be like o jojo mili jojo burokoto
Shokoyokoto furogo do korokoro
Opo lo to to polo po po like opo po
Baby iwo ni mo fe
I’m not feeling your friend
I want that ukwu and that fefe nefe
Kini to gbe ru e ga so ke bi tu rufe o
Gbe sunmo daddy je kin sare shey kini yen fun e

Girl, your body shamanya
Whine up your booty to the sou sou sound
Girl, this your body make me dangbana
Whine up your pretty biggy booty to the rhythm and the blues
Oya oya baby shamanya
You know money dey for inside agbada
This your body make a nigga dangbana
Louis Louis Gucci Gucci ferragamo be my booboo gatti imma put you in some Gabbana


Timaya living his life to the fullest, he hooks with Phyno who is also still living his best life to come catch the fun; the duo collaborates to give us “Eff-All-Day”.

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The track was an encompassment of his lifestyle through out the day of which he was having fun all through

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Multi-talented Nigerian singer-songwriter, Omawumi drops a new album with the title “Love Deep High Life”.

Love Deep High Life” album is a follow up to Omawumi last single “Bullshit“, released in April, 2021. Bullshit is a very melodic thought-provoking song that vocalizes the struggles and plights of everyone. It is a song for everyone saying, Are you not tired of the Bullshit?

Hailing from the city of Warri in the Delta State of Nigeria, Omawumi Megbele (widely known by her stage name, simply shortened to Omawumi) is an actress and singer/songwriter who incorporates elements of soul and R&B into her bright, funk-laden pop sound. After having graduated with a law degree from Ambrose Alli University in 2005, Megbele decided to indulge in her passion for music and singing by auditioning for the 2007 West African version of the TV talent show franchise Idols. Her powerful and arresting voice, along with her radiant personality, shone throughout the competition, and she was ultimately voted first runner-up. However, Megbele did not stop there, and began writing and recording her debut effort. The record, entitled Wonder Woman, was released in 2009 via OMA Records. The album was met with universal acclaim, with many not only praising the unwavering might and power in Omawumi’s voice but also her decision to incorporate a vast number of styles in the album’s sound palette, such as Afro-pop, jazz, funk, and even techno.

In 2009 she made her foray into the world of acting, first appearing in a production of V-Monolugues, a theater performance depicting the various negative issues that women in Nigeria have to face. She went on to appear in the 2010 Nigerian musical drama Inale, 2011’s Return of Jenifa, 2013’s House of Gold, and 2014’s Make a Move. The title of Omawumi’s 2015 sophomore effort, Lasso of Truth, referenced the weapon carried by the popular DC superhero character Wonder Woman, thus continuing the theme suggested by her previous album. Once again, the record garnered acclaim for traversing a broad range of styles and sounds, incorporating soul, funk, and reggae while lyrically focused on a multitude of social issues. The release also featured fellow Nigerian singer/songwriter Wizkid, on the track “Warn Yourself.” Omawumi returned in 2017 with her third record, Timeless (the title referred to the fact that her songwriting was not tied down to any specific sound or trend).

This new Love Deep High Life album is Omawumi’s fifth studio album, It consist of 10 tracks and features; Waje, Phyno, Brymo and Ric Hassani.

See Tracklist below

Remember the Flavouring sound in Bottom Belle featuring Flavor , here comes the milk and honey with Brymo, She goes Coast to Coast with Ric Hassani, shares her sugar baby darling story with Waje and Phyno fino becomes the Mr Whiny which she shares her life with.

About this new album Oma Wonder shared; “features na ? and no be wash! @officialwaje we don finally give them! @brymolawale they are not ready for your genuis @richassani we titilated them @phynofino you gave me lyrics etched in gold! And then the whole album – Love, Deep, High Life

Listen and Enjoy!


Masterkraft cooked up another crooky beat for Phyno

Masterkraft is back with another banger EGBON which got assist from Indigenous rapper Phyno. This a follow up to his still basking song Hallelu. For ”HALLELU”, he teamed up with BELLA SHMURDA and ZLATAN to deliver the addictive record. The song is an Afropop-Amapiano tune that’s highly spiritual.

Phyno who did justice to DJ Kaywise’s hit single, ‘High Way’ outdid this new one from producer Masterkraft. Egbon is a slang on the street used for higher guys, to address an origin man as A Senior Man who is not on the same level with other men.


Quotable Lyrics

Haaa Osim, Egbon
E ma na m bu senior man, Egbon
Haa n ta gi ife, Egbon
Aburum a minute man, Egbon

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