Category Archives: Nigerian music

[Music] Tems – Damages (Mp3 download)

Nigerian vocal powerhouse, Tems gears up her forthcoming project with a brand new song titled “Damages“.

Tems – Damage

The Spax-produced record ‘Damages‘ is the first song from her forthcoming project announced few hours ago. Tems has been one the leading female single who can dominate various music charts.

After her groundbreaking song ‘Try Me‘; Tems continued her good music streak which earned her collaboration with Khalid and Davido on the song ‘Know Your Worth‘.

Couple of months ago, Wizkid informed his fans that he has a song with Tems on his forthcoming project ‘Made In Lagos‘ album.

Listen to Damages by Tems below;

Click here to listen to damages

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[Music] Cnew – Selenle ft Swarro & Oga Micky

The highly anticipated song is here, On Time Records in-house producer Cnew Pondis just release his hit song “Selenle” which his fans has been looking forward to.

[Music] Jewelbaby – Vudu

Selenle is a song which is also produced by Cnew himself and he features Swarro and South-eastern Indigenous Igbo Rapper Oga Micky.

Listen and download below ;

 

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[MUSIC]Bagel – The Truth

Bagel, the Iyawomi crooner is out here again with this motivational / gospel song. This is an awesome song, which says a lot about him. You can’t afford to miss this dope jam.

Listen on audio mack 

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[Music] Chuq – Haye

Versatile music records is proud to announce the newest hit song to reach the airways by your favorite bad man Chuq . ‘Haye‘ is a certain fan favorite.

A unique twist to the classic love song, ‘Haye‘ certainly will have you moving to the highlife beat.

The ”water bumbum” crooner creates a storyline of how love can make a man feel. This song transports you through chuq’s catchy lyrics and into the song.

Chuq, the Ghana based Nigerian singer, songwriter, producer and performer has done it yet again! If you loved ‘waterbumbum remix featuring medikal‘ then you’re going to be in for a treat.
this song will certainly be the top song to request this season.

Listen, watch and Download Chuq – haye Below:-  

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[Album] Patoranking – Three

Patoranking lights up the place with this new body of work – “Three” The Album!

Nigerian Born Reggae-Dancehall singer who now combines Afropop to his sound Patoranking releases his third studio album titled “THREE”, just as promised. Both grounded and inventive, Patoranking’s Three explores themes of Life, Love and Joy with Sauti Sol, Tiwa Savage and others each adding their own regional flair
One of African music’s most multifaceted artists, PATORANKING is a global reggae star whose dancehall anthems have resonated from Nigeria to Jamaica, his big hits; ‘Girlie O’, ‘My Woman, My Everything’, ‘No Kissing’ and ‘Love You Die’, ‘Alubarika’, ‘This Kind Love’, ‘Suh Different’, ‘Confirm’, ‘Available’. ‘Happy Day’, ‘Another Level’ among others have made him an Afropop icon across the continent.
He’s extended his influence into North America through partnerships and touring with hip-hop/soul icon Ms Lauryn Hill. PATORANKING recently launched the ALU Patoranking Scholarship, offering 10 scholarships for college students from across Africa to attend the African Leadership University. Forbes Africa also named him a recipient of the 30 under 30 class for 2020. He can be found on the most recent remake of Bob Marley’s iconic One Love song in partnership with Unicef alongside the Marley family.

Patoranking is Currently Taking Care Of 150 Kids In His Hometown!
To kick start 2020, Patorankingfire debut with the single ‘I’m in love ‘ released during the season of love, February and went on the low to work on this new music project. July came and Patoranking surfaced with “ ABULE“, this track did magic, got quick attention from fans and have become an immediate Hit!. Riding on the success Pato announced his third studio album and unveiled the release date plus cover art. As a man of his word Patoranking delivered as promised, THREE album contains 12 tracks with features from Flavour, Sauti Sol, Tiwa Savage & King Promise. The third studio album is a follow up to his second ‘WILMER‘ and debut album ‘God Over Everything (GOE) ‘.
See track-listing below
From the summer anthem “Yo Body” to “Odo Bra” with Ghanaian highlife star KING PROMISE to “Whine It” with Kenya’s SAUTI SOL, there’s no shortage of musical diversity on Three . The project delivers a heavyweight slice of conscious reggae on “Lion in the Jungle” while the tender “Matter” sees PATORANKING reconnect with TIWA SAVAGE.
“ Three is a strong number, “PATORANKING says of the album title’s significance. “ They good things come in three. In making the album, i tried to look at love, life and happiness. If you are listening to any of the tracks, even if it is a dance track, i want you to feel love. ”
Listen and enjoy the complete body of work below;

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[Music] Cynthia Morgan (Madrina) – Hustle

Nigerian Queen of Dancehall and Reggae, Cynthia Morgan is back after taking a protracted break free from the music scene.
After going through lot of emotional breakdowns and money issues Cynthia Morgan is back with a spanking new single titled, “Hustle“, produced by ChopStix.

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Cynthia who was famous by the stage name- Cynthia Morgan later changed to Madrina and now back to the former. Her genre of music could be a fusion of Pop, Hip-Hop, Dancehall, Reggae and Rap.

She shot into limelight following the release of the singles; “Don’t Break My Heart” and “Lead Me On”, which received massive airplay and positive reviews from critics. And stepped up (moved further) with the release of the Hits; ‘German Juice‘, ‘I’m Taken’ with ‘Simatiniya’.

Few months back the news of her been Ill and Bankrupt for months, relocating to her Hometown broke the web . This heated lot of conversation online and brought about people calling out Jude Okoye (P-square) her former manager for ruining her music career. Music stars and celebrities intervened, reach out to her and she promises to come back back stronger.

The new record “Hustle” talks about working for the money so you won’t live a funny life. Cynthia Morgan said she can’t share all what she has been through and seen on the street but in all Thank God for standing by her.

Listen and download “ Cynthia Morgan Hustle ” below;

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[Music] Jewelbaby – Vudu ( mp3 download)

Off his Yet to be released Jamgod Ep lyrical sensation, Jewelbaby teases his fans with yet another fire tune, he calls this one VUDU, you have no other option than to put it on repeat because VUDU is a fire tune.
Listen, share and download.

Listen and download Vudu below;

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[Music] Slimkenny – Wait ft Lami-Jay

After his debut in 2019 tagged Emotions which received public appraisal from fans, Slimkenny is out with a sophomore track titled WAIT which features the incredible Lami-Jay.
The song WAIT was inspired by seeing how young girls leave hustling and hardworking guys just because they’re yet to be made but find their way creeping back in when things begin to become smooth.

Suggested:Saszkid-Milli 


Quoting the song Slimkenny says if I give you my heart, time, trust and love you for wait but money don dey come you wan dey form, baby na mistake che I beg you to wait?
Listen and Download the mid tempo beautiful song from Slimkenny produced by Tarry Fique and don’t forget to share.

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Chronicles of Burna boy’s Twice as Tall Album

It’s not ever easy to predict where Burna Boy will turn his attentions to next. “I move with the spirit, and when it takes me,” he tells Apple Music. “It’s not too calculated for me when I take my steps, but when I move I’ll know if it’s right.” On 2019’s African Giant, Burna Boy called for a fearless revolution across the continent and the worldwide diaspora. The album earned the Nigerian artist his first Grammy nomination and centered his ambitions: to empower African youth to access their power, on their own terms. Twice As Tall—his fifth studio album—sees Burna Boy reassess the world around him from a new atmosphere just 13 months on. Sean “Diddy” Combs joined as executive producer, and the album carries a unifying sense of pan-African idealism. “We had about 80% of the album ready before Puff [Combs] jumped on the project,” he reveals. “But once he jumped on board he was working around the clock—nonstop trying to add to this project and deliver for me, and make it really special.” The attention of Combs—and a crew of producers from the UK (Jae5 and P2J), the US (Timbaland, Mike Dean), and Nigeria (LeriQ, Telz, and Rexxie)—has pushed, challenged, and evolved his bespoke Afrofusion sound. That soul-stirring blend of dancehall, pop, R&B, and Afrobeat has never sounded more confident, and Burna himself has rarely sounded so impassioned.

Opener “Level Up” welcomes Youssou N’Dour and serves another rebuff to Western appraisals of Black art. Riffing in Yoruba across twinkling percussion, “Wonderful” is a prayer of passion and an open celebration of West African expression, while “No Fit Vex” sends an embrace of solidarity in the shape of a pidgin-laced anthem. The album’s star guests have been thoughtfully recruited, too: Stormzy sounds fresh and inspired on “Real Life” and Chris Martin is an affecting presence across “Monsters You Made”—a fiery rebuke to the vestiges of colonialism. This is an album comfortable with its uncompromising message, by an artist motivated to represent. As Combs implores his artist on “Alarm Clock”: “Don’t be afraid to step into your greatness.” Read on for Burna’s track-by-track guide.

Level Up (Twice As Tall) [feat. Youssou N’Dour]
“To have Youssou N’Dour on this album means a lot to me. He’s an African legend, for anyone that doesn’t know him. A real legend, and you need to know the way he represents his people, too. Because the Senegalese are a really special and spiritual kind of people and there’s a real beauty to their culture, so for him, and everything he means to them, that’s how I want it to be when I’m done.”

Alarm Clock
“As I’ve said before, ‘We were all Africans before we were anything else,’ and this is the same message here for everyone to wake up and realize that and really know what it means to be aware of it.”

Way Too Big
“A part of the album I’m proud of is having top producers from the UK or Nigeria here alongside guys like Mike Dean to co-produce to add that extra to it. It’s giving you that best of both worlds and trying to bridge the gap between them. That’s all part of this process too.”

Bebo
“‘Bebo’ is a slang word and you can basically use it to describe the kinda guy you’ll invite out and he’s ordering the bar. All the bottles he’s reaching for, but when it’s time to pay up he’s gone, you see it? That’s the word for those kinda weird guys.”

Wonderful
“‘Wonderful’ was the first single and that was to really set the tone for the album. I wrote it when I came back from my last world tour, and it’s about being at home. For me, I feel like I can write and record wherever I am, and I loved traveling and seeing different cultures, but Africa is my home. And I always return home.”

Onyeka (Baby)
“This is a love song, but the title is a reference to [Nigerian singer and activist] Onyeka Onwenu. She was huge back in the day—she was fine! Well, that’s what everyone used to say. I wouldn’t be able to say who’s the ‘Onyeka’ right now. There are way too many women that I think could take that spot!”

Naughty by Nature (feat. Naughty by Nature)
“I think a Naughty by Nature track was the first song I remember hearing. Growing up they were definitely one of my favorite groups and I literally grew up listening to these man, so it might sound crazy or impossible to have them on my album all this time later, but I swear to you: Nothing is really impossible. Even right now with all of this COVID stuff going, there’s a way. If you really wanna make something happen, then there’s always a way to it. Trust me, it’s not impossible.”

Comma
“I’m sure you probably know what a comma is—so again here, this is street slang. A ‘comma’ the way we would use it to say something but then explain stuff that comes after it as the comma. Like the baggage, or everything else that comes with it that’s not quite right—that’s the comma. So I might say, ‘I’ve got a plan and the money’s gonna come…but there’s comma.’ That’s the catch, and in this case, it’s like: ‘But we might go to jail!’ Also, you might say a ‘comma’ babe is like a girl that’s fine, but she bleaches her skin. Or her ass is fake and it’s obvious ’cause she has those stick-thin legs! That’s comma!”

No Fit Vex
“‘No Fit Vex’ is just a way of saying no hard feelings to anyone, you know? And this is a personal track for me also because it’s a way of speaking on any situation I might have had in the past along this journey. Even if we don’t fuck with each other like that anymore, it happened and that’s life. It’s just business. It can still be ‘you go your way, and I can go mine.’ That’s the energy I have for that.”

23
“This is shout to Michael Jordan, and the number he wore. And I think this came from when I was watching The Last Dance. I was watching that scene with Jordan describing the way he works and just how hard he goes to push those around him for greatness. I related to that so much. Even about how lonely that road is, because you may have started with a bunch of people, even some guys that were probably better than you! And that’s really how it goes. There’s so much sacrifice to this that people won’t see.”

Time Flies (feat. Sauti Sol)
“This was a really cool vibe. I went down to Kenya to see the Sauti Sol guys, and they’re a really talented group that I really like and I’ve worked with in the past. We went to [group member] Savara’s house for dinner and just chilled. I liked how organic this came together because we made this track that evening. I enjoyed my time in Kenya. I always do when I’m out there. It has this vibe that’s just unique to East Africa. It’s just a beautiful place that always been one of my top places to travel to in all of Africa.”

Monsters You Made (feat. Chris Martin)
“I think I started to write this over the lockdown when a lot was, and still is, happening. I think maybe I’d just watched some fucked-up shit and that was what switched up my mood. People need to understand what’s actually happened in Rivers, which is my home state in Nigeria. It’s like someone digging up under your house, taking what they want that may be valuable to them. But they’ve destroyed your home, and now it’s unsafe and now it’s no longer home to you again. The environmental situation has been going on for years and years and no one is helping, but then people will only hear about the pipe bombings or the kidnappings. They should understand that it’s never just that one side to the story and that everything has a root cause.”

Wettin Dey Sup
“This is just slang to say, ‘How are you doing?’ I recorded this in Lagos but we sent it to Timbaland for those additional production parts. When I said, ‘They only respect the money and the violence,’ that’s because I think that’s just the truth. Look around you. Tell me if that’s not the case, because it’s been that way for centuries. Throughout all of those crazy empires. This world doesn’t move for nothing but money and violence, and don’t forget it—because they like to push all these other things as though there’s power in it to distract, but that’s not what make this world move.”

Real Life (feat. Stormzy)
“I just wanted to really bridge that gap, and have Stormzy here to really represent himself and what he brings. And I’m really happy with how it ended up—because to keep it real with you, I think this was probably the longest track to get over the line and have finished.”

Bank on It
“This just felt like the right way to close the album for me. I was thinking about Pop Smoke at times over the past year, and what’s crazy about it for me is that where he was killed, I was staying just down the road from there in LA. It’s just a reminder to me how life can completely change for you. You have to be aware of what’s around you and how you move on staying safe in this world.”

Twice As Tall
Editors’ Notes It’s not ever easy to predict where Burna Boy will turn his attentions to next. “I move with the spirit, and when it takes me,” he tells Apple Music. “It’s not too calculated for me when I take my steps, but when I move I’ll know if it’s right.” On 2019’s African Giant, Burna Boy called for a fearless revolution across the continent and the worldwide diaspora. The album earned the Nigerian artist his first Grammy nomination and centered his ambitions: to empower African youth to access their power, on their own terms. Twice As Tall—his fifth studio album—sees Burna Boy reassess the world around him from a new atmosphere just 13 months on. Sean “Diddy” Combs joined as executive producer, and the album carries a unifying sense of pan-African idealism. “We had about 80% of the album ready before Puff [Combs] jumped on the project,” he reveals. “But once he jumped on board he was working around the clock—nonstop trying to add to this project and deliver for me, and make it really special.” The attention of Combs—and a crew of producers from the UK (Jae5 and P2J), the US (Timbaland, Mike Dean), and Nigeria (LeriQ, Telz, and Rexxie)—has pushed, challenged, and evolved his bespoke Afrofusion sound. That soul-stirring blend of dancehall, pop, R&B, and Afrobeat has never sounded more confident, and Burna himself has rarely sounded so impassioned.

Opener “Level Up” welcomes Youssou N’Dour and serves another rebuff to Western appraisals of Black art. Riffing in Yoruba across twinkling percussion, “Wonderful” is a prayer of passion and an open celebration of West African expression, while “No Fit Vex” sends an embrace of solidarity in the shape of a pidgin-laced anthem. The album’s star guests have been thoughtfully recruited, too: Stormzy sounds fresh and inspired on “Real Life” and Chris Martin is an affecting presence across “Monsters You Made”—a fiery rebuke to the vestiges of colonialism. This is an album comfortable with its uncompromising message, by an artist motivated to represent. As Combs implores his artist on “Alarm Clock”: “Don’t be afraid to step into your greatness.” Read on for Burna’s track-by-track guide.

Level Up (Twice As Tall) [feat. Youssou N’Dour]

“To have Youssou N’Dour on this album means a lot to me. He’s an African legend, for anyone that doesn’t know him. A real legend, and you need to know the way he represents his people, too. Because the Senegalese are a really special and spiritual kind of people and there’s a real beauty to their culture, so for him, and everything he means to them, that’s how I want it to be when I’m done.”

Alarm Clock

“As I’ve said before, ‘We were all Africans before we were anything else,’ and this is the same message here for everyone to wake up and realize that and really know what it means to be aware of it.”

Way Too Big

“A part of the album I’m proud of is having top producers from the UK or Nigeria here alongside guys like Mike Dean to co-produce to add that extra to it. It’s giving you that best of both worlds and trying to bridge the gap between them. That’s all part of this process too.”

Bebo

“‘Bebo’ is a slang word and you can basically use it to describe the kinda guy you’ll invite out and he’s ordering the bar. All the bottles he’s reaching for, but when it’s time to pay up he’s gone, you see it? That’s the word for those kinda weird guys.”

Wonderful

“‘Wonderful’ was the first single and that was to really set the tone for the album. I wrote it when I came back from my last world tour, and it’s about being at home. For me, I feel like I can write and record wherever I am, and I loved traveling and seeing different cultures, but Africa is my home. And I always return home.”

Onyeka (Baby)

“This is a love song, but the title is a reference to [Nigerian singer and activist] Onyeka Onwenu. She was huge back in the day—she was fine! Well, that’s what everyone used to say. I wouldn’t be able to say who’s the ‘Onyeka’ right now. There are way too many women that I think could take that spot!”

Naughty by Nature (feat. Naughty by Nature)

“I think a Naughty by Nature track was the first song I remember hearing. Growing up they were definitely one of my favorite groups and I literally grew up listening to these man, so it might sound crazy or impossible to have them on my album all this time later, but I swear to you: Nothing is really impossible. Even right now with all of this COVID stuff going, there’s a way. If you really wanna make something happen, then there’s always a way to it. Trust me, it’s not impossible.”

Comma

“I’m sure you probably know what a comma is—so again here, this is street slang. A ‘comma’ the way we would use it to say something but then explain stuff that comes after it as the comma. Like the baggage, or everything else that comes with it that’s not quite right—that’s the comma. So I might say, ‘I’ve got a plan and the money’s gonna come…but there’s comma.’ That’s the catch, and in this case, it’s like: ‘But we might go to jail!’ Also, you might say a ‘comma’ babe is like a girl that’s fine, but she bleaches her skin. Or her ass is fake and it’s obvious ’cause she has those stick-thin legs! That’s comma!”

No Fit Vex

“‘No Fit Vex’ is just a way of saying no hard feelings to anyone, you know? And this is a personal track for me also because it’s a way of speaking on any situation I might have had in the past along this journey. Even if we don’t fuck with each other like that anymore, it happened and that’s life. It’s just business. It can still be ‘you go your way, and I can go mine.’ That’s the energy I have for that.”

23

“This is shout to Michael Jordan, and the number he wore. And I think this came from when I was watching The Last Dance. I was watching that scene with Jordan describing the way he works and just how hard he goes to push those around him for greatness. I related to that so much. Even about how lonely that road is, because you may have started with a bunch of people, even some guys that were probably better than you! And that’s really how it goes. There’s so much sacrifice to this that people won’t see.”

Time Flies (feat. Sauti Sol)

“This was a really cool vibe. I went down to Kenya to see the Sauti Sol guys, and they’re a really talented group that I really like and I’ve worked with in the past. We went to [group member] Savara’s house for dinner and just chilled. I liked how organic this came together because we made this track that evening. I enjoyed my time in Kenya. I always do when I’m out there. It has this vibe that’s just unique to East Africa. It’s just a beautiful place that always been one of my top places to travel to in all of Africa.”

Monsters You Made (feat. Chris Martin)

“I think I started to write this over the lockdown when a lot was, and still is, happening. I think maybe I’d just watched some fucked-up shit and that was what switched up my mood. People need to understand what’s actually happened in Rivers, which is my home state in Nigeria. It’s like someone digging up under your house, taking what they want that may be valuable to them. But they’ve destroyed your home, and now it’s unsafe and now it’s no longer home to you again. The environmental situation has been going on for years and years and no one is helping, but then people will only hear about the pipe bombings or the kidnappings. They should understand that it’s never just that one side to the story and that everything has a root cause.”

Wettin Dey Sup

“This is just slang to say, ‘How are you doing?’ I recorded this in Lagos but we sent it to Timbaland for those additional production parts. When I said, ‘They only respect the money and the violence,’ that’s because I think that’s just the truth. Look around you. Tell me if that’s not the case, because it’s been that way for centuries. Throughout all of those crazy empires. This world doesn’t move for nothing but money and violence, and don’t forget it—because they like to push all these other things as though there’s power in it to distract, but that’s not what make this world move.”

Real Life (feat. Stormzy)

“I just wanted to really bridge that gap, and have Stormzy here to really represent himself and what he brings. And I’m really happy with how it ended up—because to keep it real with you, I think this was probably the longest track to get over the line and have finished.”

Bank on It

“This just felt like the right way to close the album for me. I was thinking about Pop Smoke at times over the past year, and what’s crazy about it for me is that where he was killed, I was staying just down the road from there in LA. It’s just a reminder to me how life can completely change for you. You have to be aware of what’s around you and how you move on staying safe in this world.”

Burna Boy Twice As Tall Album hits 5 million streams

Burna Boy has release his new album, titled, “Twice as Tall”, which was available for streaming on Friday morning, 14th of August, 2020.

According to reports, Burna Boy Twice as Tall Album recorded about five million streams within the first hour of its release, making it become an immediate hit.

On social media, fans and followers are praising him for the album, while it has begun generating massive reviews online.

The album was executive produced by Diddy, and that we expect Twice as Tall to outperform Burna’s last album, The African Giant.

[Video] Burnaboy _ Odogwu (Uchbarz Cover)

Twice As Tall  is out there on all streaming platforms, which includes; Spotify, YouTube, SoundCloud, Amazon Music, Tidal, Pandora, iTune Store and Deezer.

The album contains 15 tracks, which features Stormzy, Youssou N’Dour, Naughty by nature among many others.

Burna boy Twice as tall Artwork | www.exoticempire.com.ng

The album also includes contributions from Nigeria’s Spaceship Collective, Mike Dean, Timbaland and others.

Cc: Spotify

[Album] Burna Boy – Twice As Tall (Free download)

One of the foremost anticipated album of 2020 ‘Twice As Tall’ by Burna Boy is finally Out!… listen to the complete body of work
After the large success of his last album ‘African Giant ‘, Burna Boy hits back ‘Twice As Tall’, Returns Better, Bigger, Taller and Greater than his previous body of work which got a Grammy nod in 2019.
“ Twice As Tall ” is Burna Boy’s 5th Studio album a follow up to; ‘African Giant’, ‘Outside’, ‘On A Spaceship’ and ‘L.I.F.E’ (Leaving an impression For Eternity). The new music project consists is 53 minutes playtime which consists of 15 tracks (including the lead single ‘Wonderful ‘) with guest acts; Youssou N’Dour (Senegalese singer -songwriter), Naughty by nature (American hip-pop trio) , Sauti Sol (Kenyan Afro-pop band) , Chris Martin
(English singer -songwriter) & Stormzy (British rapper). With productions from Timbaland, Mike Dean, Telz, Rexxie and LeriQ.
Recorded mainly in Lagos, Nigeria over the previous couple of months of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 15-track album was be executive produced by Diddy, Bosede Ogulu, and Burna Boy .
“Twice As Tall”.

Burna-boy wins 2020 bet best international act award


While sharing this album artwork Burna said; “ Honestly, no title cause I wanted the art to speak for itself, this album was a journey through a bunch of emotions and energies at different points in time. it has now morphed into something bigger than me. It serves as a bridge for mankind to show that we’re all different but still very much the same. I’m grateful for the unreal talents that came together from all over the world to pull this off. Shout out to the OG @diddy for coming on board and sprinkling his own unique spice on this! I hope I’m able to spark something in you when you listen. ? #TWICEASTALL “.
Listen to the complete body of work body and share your thoughts with us in the comment section. Enjoy!

Listen on Audiomack

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For this music project a comic book is accompanied with the album to place the project in perspective abs, some insight into the album title and why Burna Boy chose it…. Watch below

[Music] Mode Real – Amen(free mp3 download)

Mode Real is back with a new Single titled ” AMEN”.
Isiaq Rilwan popularly known as ” Mode Real” is not a new face to music industry. He’s one of Nigeria talented and fast rising Rapper and Singer.

[Music] Mr busy _ Way

And after being away for a while in Music scene, he has return with this Melodious mid tempo song “AMEN” this song is prayerful song for all hustlers on the street.
_So you can’t cop this song without putting it on repeat, cause you can’t miss singing ” AMEN ” to all your prayers in this song. 

And Amen is also available on audiomack

[Free Beat] Maslee – Something different (Remake)

Maslee, the Man behind such a large number of wonderful melodies from any semblance of Luna Kiddo, Zinith, Drizel Pro and so forth chooses to put out this perfect work of art for youthful gifts to communicate their imaginative ability . 

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Download and Jump on this potential banger beat for nothing

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[Music] Jee Boy – Oyima (download mp3)

 From the stable of dyc entertainment, the record label presents their hottest singer ..
Jee boy ,with a brand new song tittled ohima .

 

After dropping ofunu featuring veekokynz the achorom ikpu ya crooner..
Now Jee boy is back again with this hot song to embrace his fans. 

Listen and download Ohima by Jee boy below ;

 

Download Here

Cc: powerofnaija

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[Music] Merity – Mama ( free mp3 download )

Nigerian vocalist Merity comes through with another mind blowing tune tittled ” Mama “

Mama is dedicated to his mom and every other other out there wishing and praying for the best for their children.

[Music] Bagel_Iyawomi

It is an earth-shattering lvely song as afro-pop “MERITY” Unleash new single titled “MAMA”.

Mama by Merity is produced by Mr Uzezi.

Listen and download Mama below;

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