Mavins drops Won Da Mo clean extended edit featuring Rema, Boy Spyce, Ayra Starr, LADIPOE, Magixx, Johnny Drille, Bayanni
Mavins Record keeps proving itself in every generation. Founded by Don Jazzy on May 8, 2012, Mavin Records is Africa’s biggest music label and home to some of Afrobeat’s best and most famed artistes, producers, and music industry professionals.
Finding roots in Mo’Hits Record- the defining African label of the early 2000s, also owned by Don Jazzy and D’Banj, Mavin has recorded tremendous success since its emergence. Currently the label boasts of an expansive roster that is home to multi-talented serial hitmakers such as Johnny Drille, Ladipoe, Rema, Ayra Starr, Crayon, Magixx and Boy Spyce amongst others.
The label was also once home to Tiwa Savage, Wande Coal, Korede Bello, Reekado Banks and Iyanya. It continues to leverage on its storied history and current potential to produce the next Afrobeat greats. Today Nov. 9, 2022, the Record release a brand new track titled, “Won Da Mo”.
“WON DA MO” which is Mavin’s album lead single serves as a follow up to ‘Overdose‘, a track with features from Don Jazzy, Ayra Starr, Crayon, Magixx, Ladipoe, and Boy Spyce.
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Black Panther the movie release it movie anthem which Includes various artist such as Temz,Busiswa, Kamo Mphela, Amarae, Burna Boy, Fireboy DML, Young Stunna, Rema, Aleman, Bloody Civilian and The Nwigwe’s .
Black Panther [Wakanda Forever] showcases various African artist for the Project and all of the piece submitted was spetacular. Burna boy did Alone; Fireboy hits it hard with “Coming back for You;Temz comes hard with her own project for the Black Panther Movie from the reference of the Legendary Bob Marley “No Woman No Cry” Soundtrack; Rema was featured twice “Wake Up” & “Pantera” and Amarae with the track her track titled “A Body A Coffin”; South African stars team up for a believe anthem tagged “Love and Loyalty” Santa Fe Klan also release his own part of the project titled Soy.
Rema featured the British rapper/lyricist AJ Tracey for a new project titled “Fresh Young Nigga” FYN.
AJ took the UK scene by storm in 2016, picking up two MOBO nominations and a whole host of industry accolades within months of his self-released debut EP, including selection as one to watch by MTV, Vevo and the BBC Sound Poll.
Rema’s debut album has become one of the most talked-about projects to come out of West Africa, with the concept and collabs still strictly under wraps.
Rema dishes out another impressive lead single to the Rave & Rose album. Fresh Young Nigga, FYN is a follow up to Calm Down.
Rema release a single for the fans after his admission into Unilag, this is his first project after declaring himself a student of the University of Lagos and he reaafirms his love for the fans as he comes up with a project tagged “Calm Down”
Mavin and Jonzing World golden boy, Rema releases a brand new track for music to use CALM DOWN. This song is a chilled record produced by Andrevibez (You Know The Vibes).
“Calm Down” is a follow up single to Rema’s perviously released ‘Soundgasm‘ which he used to wrap up 2021. Soundgasm is derived from the combination of two words which are “sound” and “orgasm”. It’s literally Sex translated into sound frequency. It’s a record that disposes spiritual vibrations and creates Euphoria through the ears.
Rema’s debut album has become one of the most talked-about projects to come out of West Africa, with the concept and collabs still strictly under wraps. Finding himself in the centre of this multifaceted, diverse and rich scene, his hybrid approach to music keeps his supporters coming back over and over again.
While we continue to anticipate his debut album ‘Rave and Roses’, Remmy boy drops Calm Down to whet our appetite.
Rema Calm Down
Baby, calm down, calm down Girl, this your body e put my heart for lockdown For lockdown, oh lockdown Girl you sweet like Fanta, Fanta If I tell you say I love you no dey form yanga, oh yanga No tell me no, no, no, no, woah, woah, woah, woah Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh Baby come gimme your lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-love You got me like woah-woah-woah-woah-woah-woah-woah-woah-woah Shawty come gimme your lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-love, hmmmI see this fine girl, for my party she wear yellow Every other girl they dey do too much but this girl mellow Naim I dey find situation I go use take tell am hello Finally I find way to talk to the girl but she no wan follow Who you come dey form for? Why you no wan comform? Then I start to feel her bum-bum But she dey gimme small-small I know say she sabi pass that one But she feeling insecure ‘Cause her friends go dey gum her like chewing gum Go dey gum her like chewing gumBaby, calm down, calm down Girl, this your body e put my heart for lockdown For lockdown, oh lockdown Girl you sweet like Fanta, Fanta If I tell you say I love you no dey form yanga, oh yanga No tell me no, no, no, no, woah, woah, woah, woah Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh Baby come gimme your lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-love You got me like woah-woah-woah-woah-woah-woah-woah-woah-woah Shawty come gimme your lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-love, hmmmAs I reach my house I say make I rest small (Make I rest small) As me I wake up na she dey my mind (Na she dey my mind) Day one, day two, I no fit focus (I no fit focus) Na so me I call am, say make we link up (Say make we link up) As I start to dey tell her how I feel all my heart dey race Baby girl, if you leave me I no go love again Because e get many girls wey put my heart for pain Shebi, you feel my painBaby, calm down, calm down Girl, this your body e put my heart for lockdown For lockdown, oh lockdown Girl you sweet like Fanta, Fanta If I tell you say I love you no dey form yanga, oh yanga No tell me no, no, no, no, woah, woah, woah, woah Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh Baby come gimme your lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-love You got me like woah-woah-woah-woah-woah-woah-woah-woah-woah Shawty come gimme your lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-lo-love, hmmmSource: MusixmatchSongwriters: London / Andre Vibez
Rema kicks into ‘Rave & Roses’ album mode with his first solo release of the year, ‘Calm Down’ produced by Andre Vibez and London. The infectious melody and combination of rhythms highlight Rema’s genre-blending sound which he’s now dubbed Afrorave. Ambitious and open, the theme that runs throughout ‘Calm Down’ is based on the thrill of finding love, the chase of a love interest whilst also addressing the flip side of unreciprocated feelings and disappointment at the beginning of it.
“Calm Down is about the events that led me to find love at the time. It started at a party where I saw a girl who stood out from other girls so I felt like shooting my shot. We spoke and danced… but her friends didn’t let me get any closer which killed the vibe, but afterwards, when they weren’t there, we stayed in touch and hit it off.”
Over the past three years, the world has gotten to know and love the 21-year-old singer as we’ve had front row seats to his incredible journey so far. Rema (real name Divine Ikubor) now enters a new phase in his life as he prepares to reveal his debut album to the world, a project he’s poured everything into. The Benin City native has evolved like no other and since his inception, he has gone on to become one of the biggest and most internationally known names in the new wave of Afrobeats stars.
Most recently, Rema lent his vocals on FKA Twigs applauded Caprisongs project where he featured on lead single ‘Jealousy’ with other artists on the project including PA Salieu and The Weeknd. Showing no limits to what he can achieve – and much to his mother’s delight – he enrolled himself in University and will be returning to education to study Creative Arts.
Already a pop star in his own right, Rema is set to unleash chaos on the world with his album which will reinforce why the hype surrounding him is whole heartily deserved. Rave & Roses is portraying both sides of Rema’s personality and he set the tone early on with his unforgettable singles ‘Bounce’ and ‘Soundgasm’ that came out in 2021. Multidimensional, supernatural, otherworldly are synonymous with Rema and all eyes are on him for what’s to come. The album countdown has well and truly commenced.
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 . I mean the song came and did so much damage. Shout out to everyone who helped me make history with ‘Nobody.’
On this official Remix for “Can’t Let You Go” Stefflon Don unleash her inner romantic side once again, with the infectious island-tinged bop given an extra layer of flavour for melodious singers Rema and Tiwa Savage to flourish well.
Stefflon Don is on the periphery of global greatness. The charismatic, multilingual, multitalented rapper, singer and songwriter is 2017’s most electric and eclectic emerging act. Steff’s admirable achievements over the past years is a simply one that can just happen to an average artist. From Jools Holland to the BBC Sound Poll, Steff’s powerful presence commands attention both on record and in real life. With a string of prominent collaborations behind her, and her relationship with African’s Giant – Burna Boy the Diva is a big force to be reckoned with.
Speaking English, Dutch and splattering her speech with her parent’s Jamaican patois, Steff has the effortless ability to inhabit many worlds, offering a genuine, authentic global perspective through her music. Whether rap, grime, pop, bashment or bubbling, Steff sounds utterly at home.
Steff first made an impression in 2015 with her powerful, patois-inflected version of Wretch 32’s Six Words and her take on the Section Boy’s street smash Lock Arff. She quickly found herself fielding requests from the UK’s elite; Lethal B (Wobble remix) to Sneakbo (Work remix) and Angel (Hop On), and, coming full circle, was one of the few features on Wretch’s recent Top 5 album, Growing Over Life. She also appeared in Gigg’s Lock Doh video and joined Krept & Konan on Jerimih’s single, London.
The industry took note of her growing YouTube views and exponentially rising fanbase; in 2016, Steff signed a publishing deal with Sony, and in 2017, she signed her own label – V-IV – to Universal. Spotting a star-in-waiting, Steff was soon offered a deal by Coach K, the man behind US label Quality Control; Steff’s labelmates include Migos and Lil Yachty.
This rapidly rising superstar has lofty ambitions, but never at the expense of selling out her sound, her style or her soul. She has always been sure of herself, clear about exactly what she does – and doesn’t – want to do. For Steff, authenticity is everything.
Today February 12, 2021, the singer drops the Remix for her last single “Can’t Let You Go” which was her second 2020 single, a follow up to the first – ‘Move‘.
“For this track, I wanted to lean into my natural singing voice and also experiment with doing some of the melodies in Yoruba. The overall vibe of the track is underpinned by a sultry Afro Beats sound. I always love to fuse all of my cultural influences into my work, because I am very much inspired by different parts of the world”… Say Steff
Listen and Enjoy “Can’t Let You Go Remix” featuring Rema and Tiwa Savage below
Weeks back Celebrity Disc Jockey, Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola popularly known as Cuppy releases her first single of the year 2020 titled; “Jollof On The Jet”. The global performer has announced this as the lead song to her upcoming debut Album ‘Original Copy’. This project has been teased by Cuppy in the past months on her social media platforms, the Cupcakes (her fans) are definitely ready!
This new tantalizing single features Mavin golden boy; Rema alongside Tanzanian superstar, RayVanny. Speaking about her new single, Cuppy says – “Working on this collaboration was so uplifting. Due to social-distancing, we didn’t actually record in the studio together, but the beat encapsulated all of us and I truly believe we have created a delicious masterpiece!”
Produced by Killertunes, this smooth slice of Afro-pop sees Cuppy, Rema and Rayvanny trade verses amidst a relaxed, sunkissed production. Cuppy’s collaboration with two of Africa’s most exciting talents creates a certified banger for lovers of Afrobeats. “Jollof on the Jet” is a feel good song that is easy to interact with especially on social media. Fans have already started to share viral moments and videos while eating rice in Cuppy’s #JollofOnTheJet Challenge.
Watch ‘Jollof On The Jet Video‘ from DJ Cuppy, Directed by ‘Jimmy Turrell’
Enjoy the spicy Visualizer and share your thoughts.
Just when we thought we had seen and staying on a new piece of Remmy boy with the release of his new love single ‘Ginger Me‘ he gears us up with another sound, masterpiece. ‘Alien’ is the latest record from the Jonzing / Mavin’s superstar, it of international standard, a Trap – Pop tune produced by Level.
If you are a fan of Rema and has been paying attention to his sound you would agree he loves Trap and the genre is a part of him. And if you are no fan you can still tell from the series of freestyles he has done inside a regular car, posted on social media with them going viral. Even made a ‘Freestyle EP‘ all Trap tracks in 2019 that had “Trap Out The Submarine, American Love, Superman & Boulevard“.
Rema is bringing Trap to Nigeria, whenever he releases an Afro record, he makes sure to also serve a Trap record. His 2020 debut hit single ‘Beamer‘ got a Trap follow up record ‘Rainbow‘ barely 24 hours of release. Now after releasing “Ginger Me” a love song that sees a young boy putting his Bad boy aside and confessing his love feelings to the lady that hypes his system he follow it up with this new Trap track.
On “Alien” he raps about been in love with his Bestie and ready to spend the ‘rack’ ($100 bill) on her… Listen below