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B.O.C sounds like M.I and Ice Prince hit by a train! Smashing, and smoking hot! Listen, Enjoy and download
Twerk, Twerk and Twerk Some More
Some clips will make you LOL, some will make you say WTF..and others will blow your minds Wide open…Enjoy!!
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Nigerian artiste K Ryms collaborates with Beninese T Star and Awillo in this joint titled Kupe Dekale.. Welcome to Twerk Nation.. the video clip is a compilation I made out of Twerk GIF images converted to mp4.
Originally posted on a deliberate imagination:
It occurred to me on a car ride home one evening, as Bad Gal Ri Ri’s voice was so graciously depicting her kinship with monsters living under her bed, that I have been listening to the lyrical genius that is Marshall Mathers aka Eminem aka Slim Shady since the release of the Slim Shady LP in 1999. Now, let’s all conduct a barfing motion in unison as we let the fact that 1999 was fifteen years ago sink in. Are we done yet? Okay. Fifteen years ago I was ten, going on eleven, reciting the poetic verses of “My Name Is” and “Guilty Conscience” better than I could the Pledge of Allegiance or Hail Mary. At that point in my life I would have been attending Catholic School for six years, so that is saying a lot. Did I have any clue what I was singing (rapping)? Of course not. Realistically, I probably understood about half of the references my beloved Eminem was making, but knew exactly what the lyrics were, nonetheless. I continued the tradition through the “Marshall Mathers LP” up to “The Eminem Show”, where my brother, four years my junior, would grab the other ear of the Walkman headphones and listen to “My Dad’s Gone Crazy” and “Cleaning Out My Closet”, as our very functional, non drug-addicted or abusive, parents drove us down the Cape for a summer weekend. I wanted to make that point clear because our favorite songs on that album would illustrate an entirely dissimilar living situation.
At the ripe age of twenty-five going on twenty-six, I now fully understand just what Eminem was saying those ten to fifteen years ago, and am extremely thankful I was so ignorant to it all back then. (Although the song “Kim” kind of spoke for itself, no underlying meanings there). Now before you get all judge-y of Eminem and my music choices as a pre-teen, let me note that both my brother and I went on to great high schools and colleges with little to no visual side effects of being exposed to violent, angry rap lyrics. If anything, it helped us be hits at a party when “Forgot about Dre” comes on and we can recite every lyric. THANKS, EM!
Enjoy Whiteman’s debut effort “fino fino” (slang for “happy”). Whiteman’s musical influences includes naija psquare and timaya. The song was produced by eastern nigeria’s mega hitmaker, shekaman d’beat. This is the first single off the yet untitled album due for release in November 2013.
Listen Here: Whiteman – Fino Fino
Olatunde sleek a Rap/Hip hop artist has been around for a while and worked with various artist including the Ara crooner Brym O and he promises to hold down the music industry with many more of Good music
You thought you’ve seen it all with the Etighi and azonto? Check out another single from olatunde Sleek titled Tubu Tubu as he keeps you on your feet with his newly introduced Tubu Dance.
The group was formed in January 2012 by three Nigerians based in the UK named Kevwe Issac Nikoro (Kin), Ariko Fasa (fasa), and Hussani D. Ishaq (Q) and are all signed under ‘Flake City’ based in the United Kingdom.
All three members of the group meet in the same University and discovered they could all sing and there was an instant connection. However, one of the member (Kin) was already signed to ‘Flake City’ at the time and they started making good music which includes ‘Fresh’ and it was only natural the other two members (Fasa & Q) got signed to the same label. Ever since the group got signed they have had performances that have covered the West Midlands where they reside as students. With musical influences from the likes of; Boyz 2men, R.kelly, 2Face Idibia, Jay-Z, Drake, Usher, Kanye West, Michael Jackson, Nas, 2Pac, Wu Tang clan, Femi Kuti, and Lagbaja. They consider their style of music as Rap/R&B/Afro-Pop.
A-team is currently recording more singles and we should expect more from them in 2012.
We snagged one of rapper Nancy PA’s newest tracks that just dropped entitled “What’s Zup” and it’s nothing short of being on fire!
Enjoy this Nigerian Music Video from Nancy PA titled What’s Zup.
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This Lagos State born and bred rapper/songwriter has been doing it up big with this release. It’s got a really in depth level of lyrics that you can tell Nancy PA put her mind into writing something that is not only relevant to current cultures but also transcends to multiple music demographics.
Nancy PA embodies that hit sound with her straight forward and honest lyrics that bring the listener in to stay. This is a track that you’d put on repeat at home, your car, or up in the club. It’s got a very unique rap meets club vibe to it that is exactly what sells in the industry today. “The people want to say what’s up”…And yes they do after their ears get a listen to this jam everyone is going to want to say what’s up to Nancy PA.
Keep an eye out for her upcoming new debut LP called “Big Mama” which as Nancy PA’s management told us the disk will be dropping soon internationally. So Nancy PA were ready and need more of your voice… so let us have it!