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MUSIC : DJ TUNEZ – FLEX ft. WANDE COAL [Mp3 Download]

DJ Tunez features the veteran singer Wande Coal for his new track tagged “Flex”.

The starboi house DJ Tunez unites with Wande Coal for a specific jam produced by Magicsticks.

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MUSIC : WANDE COAL – PASS DEM [Mp3 Download]

Talented singer and songwriter, Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe, popularly known as Wande Coal, has released a new song in celebration of his birthday titled “Pass Dem“.

Having delivered brilliantly on features with acts like DJ TunezVectorBNXN and others this year, King Coal continues his streak of brilliance with another tune titled “Pass Dem,” which is a gift for his fans.

Pass Dem’ is an amapiano-infused groovy tune, a follow-up to his previously released ‘Come My Way’ , and was produced by ever-buzzing Nigerian beatsmith Magic Sticks.

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MUSIC : VECTOR – MAMA MARADONA ft. WANDE COAL [Mp3 Download]

Vector tha rap Originator drops a hot jam featuring tha Black Diamond “Wande Coal”.

The highly anticipating collaboration is finally out!

VEC teams up to WC for the release of this new gbedu with the tag- “Mama Maradona“. Vector drop this as a follow to single to his last release- My Name, a self awareness song that comes with an Amapiano vibe.

MUSIC : BNXN – KENKELE ft WANDE COAL [Mp3 Download]

BNXN popularly known “Buju” comes up with a rhythmic blues featuring Black Diamond “Wande Coal” in his new single titled “Kenkele”.

bnxn kENkELE

Bnxn released a new single featuring Wande Coal on the track tagged Kenkele produced by Sakpase and Stone in his upcoming album titled Since ’97 via team ‘To Your Ear’ Empire TYE.

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Wande Coal:]
Eh kenkele
Kenkele kpenkele
Eh kenkele
Eh eh kenkele kenkele
O ni pe kenkele
Oro ti o da
Gbo oro lana
Gbo oro lana
Wo omo ti o so
Omo mi o ya
Omo mi ofo
Omo ma sa omo alaso o

[BNXN:]
Kenkele
Yeah kenkele (ehen ehen)
Kenkele ohh
Kenkele ehn
Kenkele
Fefe ne fefe ne
Boshe reldi bi shekere
She come from sapele
Mr Jegede yo e bami pe kewve
Tell that girl wey stand for there
Make she dance well well abeg

[Wande Coal:]
I’m living my best life
Nobody can tell me nun’
I’m ruling my life, make e nobody tell me nun
Hmm

Eh kenkele
Eh eh Kenkele
Kenkele o ni pe kenkele
Oro ti o da
Gbo oro lana
Gbo oro lana
Wo omo ti o so
Omo mi o ya
Omo mi o Fo
Omo ma sa
Omo alaso o

[BNXN:]
Before the racks came coming ah mi way
I used to buy my loud for 2k
Them rainy days wey be say raba no dey
Mi o le gbagbe pe sapa won do me ishekushe
You know the vibes stay sharp like everyday
And all the bad vibes mo taka su fe
Get the perfect picture like I be wakadobe
No be adobe
E be real life you sabi say
Where the money dey?
Me I sabi chase am
You for look me well
I be money chaser
For kudi ego
I be power ranger
10 toes on the streets
I be street fighter

[Wande Coal:]
I’m living my best life
Nobody can tell me nun’
I’m ruling my life
Make e nobody tell me nun
Hmm

Eh kenkele
Eh eh kenkele
Kenkele o ni pe kenkele
Oro ti o da
Gbo oro lana
Gbo oro lana
Wo omo ti o so
Omo mi o ya
Omo mi o fo
Omo ma sa
Omo alaso o

ALBUM : BASKETMOUTH – HOROSCOPE [Album Download]

Basketmouth takes his entertaining game to another level has he has own a space in the comic arena he therefore stretches his ambience to the Music arena to dish out his jovial piece of rhymes and lyrics into a project titled “Horoscopes” featuring prominent singers and artist that makes the project cut accross all sphere of life.

Horoscopes Album features Johnny Drille, Simi, Buju, Blaqbonez, Ruggedman, Magnito, Dremo, Peruzzi, 2Baba, Wande Coal, Oxlade, Efya, The Cavemen and more. 

Bright Okpocha popularly known as Basketmouth releases his sophomore album titled HOROSCOPES, A follow up to his debut music project- Yabasi. This coming after the previously released singles; Your Body and Trouble.

In a career spanning more than two decades, Basketmouth has emerged as one of Nigeria’s most widely-respected comedians, actors and satirists, receiving awards and critical acclaim for his critiques on the intersection of humanity’s evolving landscape, Internet culture and Nigerian histrionics. All of this did not really prepare anyone for his surprise pivot to music-making on 2020’s Yabasi, a left-field body of work that effervescently melded Basketmouth’s adolescent love for hip-hop with the frothing sound of highlife, a storied genre rooted in the Igbo culture of Basketmouth’s Eastern Nigerian heritage.

Complete with contributions from legendary wordsmith M.I Abaga, rising star Buju, and Ghanaian contemporary bards, Efya and Kwabena KwabenaHoroscopes finds ways to humanise universal emotions like love, struggle, betrayal and wanderlust while giving life to new mediums of expressions within the musical world that Basketmouth has created. (The album also serves as a soundtrack to Scorpio—a feature-length movie scheduled for release this 2022.)

Horoscopes Track-by-Track.

Love & Life (feat. M.I Abaga) [Basketmouth, Jonny Drille & Simi]
“So ‘Love and Life’ is a song about a guy married to his beautiful wife who, unfortunately, is still in love with her ex-boyfriend that’s in jail serving life. And so she sneaks out to go visit her ex in jail—not knowing that her husband will actually trace her to the prison and see what she’s up to. But he is not upset; instead, he’s wishing and hoping that she can love him the way she loves the ex. So Johnny Drille is the husband, Simi is the girl, and M.I is the guy in prison and they all told their stories from their own perspective. It’s one of my favourite songs on the project; the beat is so amazing.”

Your Body (feat. Buju)
We recorded ‘Your Body’ in April 2021 when we were shooting the video for ‘Pepper Soup’, the one with Duncan Mighty and Ice Prince. Buju showed interest in working together and I was like, ‘Duktor Sett and I are big fans of your work and I’d like us to make magic.’ After a while, we got into the car and I jammed the beat to Buju—but the instrument that played for Buju wasn’t what came out on the song. It’s the same progression, but if you hear the real song, you’ll be amazed at how Buju was able to surpass that beat to the point that Duktor Sett had to change the beat. Yeah. So Buju did a lot to that song. Most times some people don’t live up to the instrumental, but Buju gave me the hook of that song when he walked into my car and heard the beat for the first time.”

Listen [Basketmouth & Wande Coal]
“It was beautiful making that song. That experience was unique. I’d been looking for Wande for a very long time. I tried to track him, sent him beats, but you know, Wande is almost impossible to reach. So one day, a friend of mine told me Wande was at the studio. I was like, ‘What studio?’ And they told me, ‘Aristokrat.’ So, I went there, met him, and I was like, ‘There’s something that you need to listen to. You’ll love it. Trust me.’ So, I played it for him and immediately he heard it, he gave me my song right there. I told Wande, ‘Have fun on this one. Own it, express yourself.’ We just needed feel-good music and that was exactly what he gave me. The thing is, what I did with that, I wanted to hear Wande sound like Wande when he first came out. Wande has evolved, even to a better version of himself. But I was like, I still want people to feel that nostalgic feeling, you know? And he came with that same energy.”

Celowi [Basketmouth & Peruzzi]
“We were in Warri, so I went to Peruzzi’s room and I’m like, ‘Dude, I’ve got some beats for you to vibe to; I have a feeling there are some you will like, but I will play everything.’ So, I played everything to him and he vibed to every song, and actually gave me hits on every song. So I called him, and I was like, ‘This is the one I want to do it, let’s do it.’ While he was recording, I was like, ‘Who am I going to put on this with him?’ No name came to mind. The song was complete. He asked me what the song was about and I just told him that we need something happy because this is a soundtrack for a movie called Scorpio. In this particular scene in the movie, I visualised it as an island; they met at the beach and started drinking and talking and they danced.”

Money [Basketmouth, Oxlade & Efya]
I’ve always wanted Efya’s voice on my project. She is amazing. I feel she’s one of the best. Oxlade is also a monster, and he jumped on it. Immediately he did his thing; I knew I had my hook. We started working on that song [in 2020], a week after Yabasi was released. Oxlade just freestyled. I like getting the song, and just diving into it, eating, sleeping, and drink to the song until I get what I want. When we recorded, I took his part and I kept playing it, and I knew this was the perfect song for Efya. I didn’t want her to record alone and she didn’t want to record alone. She wanted to feel my energy, and that’s the kind of thing that I like, because I work with energy. So, I flew to Ghana and worked on the song; she nailed it. The song is about a hustler’s dream. Every hustler, no matter how much you’re grinding, when you make money, you want to show off. You want people to know that you’ve arrived. That’s why it’s like, ‘If I get money, people go sabi who I be.’ We needed to give people something to sing about, something that they can connect with as well.”

Trouble [Basketmouth, 2Baba & Blaqbonez]
“Now, I’ve known Innocent [2baba] for about 24 years, and in that 24 years, I have never been with him in the studio. But I think I was the first person to listen to almost all the songs he created back then. At the moment when I was putting this project together, I told him that I needed to do a song with him and he’s been saying the same thing But we never ever made time. When Duktor Sett created the beat for this song, I was with him. It took me about three to six months to record that song with Innocent. Then one time, I woke up at about 3 AM, and I saw a missed call from him. I called him back, and he was asked if we could record the song now. I called Duktor Sett over and for some funny reason he was awake at the same time. over. 2Baba came over and we recorded at about 6 AM. As he was leaving, he said, ‘Get Blaqbonez on this one, if you can.’ The next day Blaqbonez came; 15 minutes later, he was literally done. And that’s what everybody on that song did, they all came in and they gave it their best shot. I don’t know how they do it, but I can tell you for a fact, I think Nigeria is blessed with some of the most talented musicians in the world.”

The Traveller [Basketmouth, The Cavemen. & Kwabena Kwabena]
“‘The Traveler’ is a song about a guy that left his village, in the East, looking for greener pasture. He keeps moving from one town to another, and through his journey he meets a girl and they get married. They move to the next town and this goes on until he finds himself in Ghana, and that’s where he met Kwabena Kwabena. It’s basically a story about a journey of life. What we did was try to blend the highlife music of Nigeria and Ghana, because they are not the same. There’s a part where there was a call-and-response between Kwabena Kwabena and The Cavemen., and you hear them speak Twi and Igbo. It sounds like one language, and that’s what we’re trying to do with the album, with our music.”

Leave Me [Basketmouth, Reekado Banks & Falz]
“’Leave Me’ is a love song. Scorpio is a very naughty movie, but it’s not glaring, and we needed a love song that was a bit erotic, but still feel-good music. We tried not to make it too dirty. I gave Reekado a very tough beat and I made him create a hit song from it. He came in and knew he had to approach the song differently, so he left us and went to [work alone]. When he came back, like 20 to 30 minutes later, he just did it. That’s a genius at work. Falz is a Scorpio, so I told him, ‘Look, you’re the only person that can really do this for me. I don’t want anything hard. I want something happy, relaxed. You know your way, make it funny at the same time. ‘Leave Me’ is one of my favourites on the album.”

Assembly of Gods” (feat. Magnito, Illbliss, & Dremo) [Basketmouth, The Cavemen., Falz & Flavour]
“I’m excited about this song because I kind of influenced the beat and Duktor Sett let me have fun with it. It was the easiest beat he had ever made. He didn’t even mix anything, he just put the elements together and it was what I wanted. I just had the idea to have an assembly of rappers. Also, with the song, we tried to make it a unity song that had Igbo, Yoruba and Hausa rappers. Everyone is there–even if we can’t get along in real life, let’s have a musical conversation. So we had Falz first, and the next person came, and it was just that way till the end. At the end, I was like, ‘You know what? I think I’m going to jump on this song.’ I grabbed the mic and it was just one take. I just went in and did it.”

MUSIC : WANDE COAL – COME MY WAY [Mp3 Download/Video]

Wande Coal came through for the fans he came their way with a new track tagged “Come My Way”

Wande Coal the whole Black ♦ Diamonds on a private after a long stuck he came through for Startruck Empire with a new danceable/motivational project

This new song “Come My Way” is vibes inclined, King Coal and his producers; Bruno & Screwface blend our Afrobeat genre perfectly well with the South African sound.

After series of speculation bout the WC and many rumours that ravels the social media bout Fireboy’s track Peru which seems like Wande Coal sound is been involved even after Fireboy collabo with him on the track “Spell”

Buh the King is back doing it his way like he did it years back in My Way

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Quotable Lyrics
I know dem no want make the money to come my way
Them know, dem no go let the money to come my way
So I pray make dem no hear am, when the money come my way

VIDEO : CDQ – KOGBEDE ft. WANDE COAL [Mp3 Download]

CDQ hooks up with Wande Coal in a new music Video titled “Kogbede” the two black 🖤 Ace reiterates about the Originality of been oneself.

Indigenous rapper, CDQ is joined by certified melody singer, Wande Coal on “KOGBEDE” (a Yoruba word that translate to he/she Doesn’t Understand Language). This new street anthem serves as Ibile Mugabe’s second 2021 single.

Sodiq Abubakar Yusuf (born May 6, 1985), popularly known by his stage name CDQ, is a Nigerian indigenous hip-hop rapper and songwriter best known for his singles “Indomie” and “Nowo E Soke“. While the former is instrumental for launching his career into the Nigerian music industry, the later won him his first career award at the 2016 Nigerian Music Video Awards. Signed to his label No Struggle No Success Entertainment, CDQ’s repertoire of music includes rapping in Yoruba language with addition of ad-libs such as the popular “Woss Wobi” which he invented.

Kogbede” is a perfect Afropop, Rap and Amapiano record produced by Masterkraft. A follow up to TEKILLER. “Tekiller“, produced by JayPizzle embodies the Amapiano, Jazz, Pop and Rap genres. This the first single from Ibile Mugabe since the release of his last project – SEE THE QUEUE EP.

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Quotable Lyrics

Helo, osha ri omolope
Cdq Yeh yeh , Wande coal Yeh yeh
Oshamo Street!
Igboro o rerin sha ,
Owanle bi iyepe
Are you ready now?

Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Ase
Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Omo ote
O so Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo
O so Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo

Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Ase
Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Ozumba
O’nso Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo
O’nso Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo

Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Ase
Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Omo ote
O’nso Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo
O’nso Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo

Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Ase
(Woss)
Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Ozumba
(Won pe e)
O’nso Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo
O’nso Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo

Verse 1
Woss! Mugabe ekun oko oke,
Chief of Staff awon mami ninu aiye,
Won ma nla mi bi sokudalaye,
Ifuenada fe wo queue ko saye,

Eni toh wa laye ohun lon jaiye,
Eni t’ile ba ti je o ti jele,
Ma waye moya bi ige ijele,
Wande coal wambi and CDQ Yeh Yeh,

No stress Oga na master,
Boss onpariwo actor lon jupa,
E ban wa interpreter fun Awon omo ote,
Orile ni mo ti wa konshe Akute,

Awon omo mi yapa gan ni Mushin,
Lagos Island Agege de Elegushi,
Ikorodu Epe Ibeju Lekki,
Ma sheju sero amo awon ta fe’ki

(Chorus)
Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Ase
Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Omo ote
O’nso Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo
O’nso Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo

Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Ase
Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Ozumba
O’nso Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo
Se LO’nso Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo

Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Ase
Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Omo ote
O’nso Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo
O’nso Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo

Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Ase
Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Ozumba
O’nso Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo
Se LO’nso Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo

Iwo lo’n se ye ye , iwo lo’n se ye ye
Iwo lo’n se ye ye, ehhh
It’s Wande coal, Wande coal , Wande coal
CDQ CDQ CDQ , yeh yeh hmm

Iwo lo’n se ye ye , iwo lo’n se ye ye
Iwo lo’n se ye ye, hmmm
It’s Wande coal, Wande coal , Wande coal
CDQ CDQ CDQ , killing them yeh yeh hmm

Verse 2
Woss, File! We no be jara na we be main main,
Energy level fire loni same same,
Shakabula mo kan file si safety,
Problem fun awon tan bami shey same thing,

Woss eegun iwo lanpe,
O lon so phoné meanwhile o luti,
Russia ko lowa o si pelu Putin,
Bami ta normally base on d routine,

(Chorus)
Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Ase
Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Omo ote
O’nso Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo
O’nso Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo

Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Ase
Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Ozumba
O’nso Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo
Se LO’nso Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo

Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Ase
Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Omo ote
O’nso Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo
O’nso Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo

Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Ase
Kogbede Kogbede Kogbede, Ozumba
O’nso Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo
Se LO’nso Oyinbo , omo Ejigbo

ISKABA

INTRO : WANDE COAL – AGAIN (clean extended edit) [Mp3 Download]

Checkout Agian clean extended edit by Wande Coal.

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MUSIC : WANDE COAL – AGAIN Remix ft. WALE [Mp3 Download]

Wande Coal comes again with another cool sensational tune titled “Again remix” this time around he features the American rapper Wale and they both gave the track an updated meaning to the ears, he released the “Again remix” off his new album “Realms“.

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EP : WANDE COAL – REALMS [Mp3 Download]

Wande Coal comes through with a new music project titled “Realms” under his new music distribution company EMPI.RE. EMPIRE is an American distribution company and record label founded in 2010 by Ghazi Shami with its headquarters in San Francisco, California and offices in New York City, London, and Atlanta. It has released albums in various genres but it is predominantly focused on hip hop music. Many prominent companies and artists have partnerships with EMPIRE with their music being distributed across digital platforms such as iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, Deezer, Spotify, SoundCloud, and Rdio, along with physical CDs and vinyl being distributed to traditional record stores. EMPIRE has supported the debut albums and early singles of a number of early artists, frequently signing young talent.

REALMS by Wande Coal consist of 7 tracks housing King Coal’s 2020 debut mega hit song “Again” the next single ‘Naughty Girl‘ which is still basking, taking over parties and his previously released songs in 2019; ‘VEX‘ and ‘Ode Lo Like‘. The new EP which has 4 previously released songs comes with three new tracks; ‘CHECK’, ‘EVER BLAZIN’ and A Remix to the hit single ‘AGAIN’ which has American-Nigerian rapper, Wale on it.

See Track-listing below for more details and the EP’s productions credits..

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