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E.L serves inspirational vibes with ‘Baba Dey’

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Ghanaian Afrobeat musician, rapper, singer and producer, E.L is gearing up to release his eagerly awaited album ‘’WAVS’’ this year. Stream/listen to ‘Baba Dey’ here: https://orcd.co/elbabadey

Over the years E.L has proven his credentials as one of the most versatile performers out of the continent and this upcoming album will surely feature all shades of the artist we have come to love. As a precursor to the release of the eagerly awaited album, the award-winning rapper has released a single titled ‘Baba Dey’.

‘Baba Dey’ produced by his frequent collaborator, Pee GH is the second single off the album following ‘Nobody Send You’. The year 2020 turned our lives upside down: the way we live, feel and relate to others. In the midst of these tremendous changes, the best in us has shone through as we all try our best to figure the out new normal.

In this uplifting song, we are reminded that God still watches over us even amid the tragedies life brought our way over the past year. The inspirational record is an important message to all of us: to hold on to our belief and to never stop hoping and praying.

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Biggbone Drops Pacey Dancehall Record ‘Fast and Furious’

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Next-rated Dancehall Sensation, Biggbone has officially released his latest song dubbed “Fast and Furious.”

The Dancehall record is a warning shot to the whole world of the impending badness, energy and sui generis style that Biggbone possesses.

Known for energetic stage performances, Biggbone replicates the same vitality with unparalleled ragga vibes throughout the song.

On “Fast and Furious,” Biggbone’s delivery is thunderous, inflamed and symbolic of the genre’s jagged soundscape.

In a true Dancehall spirit, Biggbone drifts freely on the fast tempo track with brazen lyrical content.

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The song’s pulse coupled with the recurring unifying idea of pushing against all odds to announce one’s greatness is infectious.

The latter, according to Biggbone, was the fuel for the entire record.

This new single is me telling all those who believed in my talent or otherwise, that I am coming with full force musically,” he told Amplify Ghana pre-release.

He also assured his fans of more singles with a possible EP and album all within this year.

Biggbone is on course to awaken the pre-covid hard-core Dancehall era in Ghana with this new song and subsequent projects.

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There is more to expect from the camp of Biggbone under his current record label and management team: Goldgang Music, Purebadnez Music and Yardie Recording Academy.

“Fast and Furious” was produced, mixed and mastered by the talented Jay Scratch.

It’s a fast-moving train, hop on “Fast and Furious” by streaming the song here.

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FBS tap Siifa and Afronitaaa for hot dance anthem ‘Odogwu’

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After putting fans on edge with the announcement of a surprise collaboration, FBS have finally unleashed their highly anticipated dance anthem featuring Siifa and Ghanaian dancer and choreographer, Afronitaaa and the vibe is unmatched! (more…)

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Wiyaala To Unleash Eleven Singles In Eleven Weeks

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Mark your calendars for May 31st, because that’s when Wiyaala kicks off her eleven-week tune typhoon, releasing a new single every Friday until August 9th, 2024.

Now, we couldn’t resist a little sleuthing. Was this a clever ruse to snag the spotlight? “No way,” says Wiyaala’s manager, John Sherren, with a chuckle. “We’re just clearing the decks in Wiyaala’s song vault before her third studio album drops in the second half of the year—assuming we can get all our ducks in a row,” quips the ex-stockbroker.

And get this: nestled among the new nuggets of sound is a spicy reimagining of her ever-popular banger “Rock My Body,” dubbed the “Binary Remix,” set to sizzle speakers on June 21st.

The award winning “Lioness of Africa” has had a whirlwind year, marked by her 2023 European tour and performances for notable figures including Kamala Harris, the Vice President of the USA, and the Presidents of Ghana and Italy. Wiyaala has also graced the stage at the Africa Games in Accra and invested in her artistic legacy by establishing the Lioness Kingdom in Funsi. This creative oasis spans two hectares and boasts 16 guest rooms, a restaurant, a recording studio, and two stages, one of which is the Wiyaala Arts Centre.

Wiyaala’s dynamic presence extends beyond the African continent, as she has recently been sighted in the UK en route to Slovenia where she will kick off a summer season of European performances. Fans are eagerly awaiting the announcement of her upcoming tour dates. Stay tuned for more updates on this powerhouse artist’s journey.

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Quamina MP and Kofi Mole drop highly-anticipated joint EP “Toopeezy”

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Ghanaian music fans have been eagerly awaiting the latest collaboration between two of the country’s most prolific talents, Quamina MP and Kofi Mole. Building on their previous successful collaborations, the dynamic duo has released their much-anticipated joint EP titled “Toopeezy”. (more…)

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Yemi Alade shares new single “Tomorrow” ahead of upcoming album

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Global Afropop superstar Yemi Alade has released a new single “Tomorrow”— an upbeat track that speaks on the importance of the gift of tomorrow and its promise for a better day. (more…)

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J. Cole gets Slizzy on Cash Cobain’s new single “Grippy”

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April’s Billboard Rookie of the Month and multi-hyphenate NYC mainstay Cash Cobainhas enlisted rap superstar J. Cole for “Grippy”, a new version of his acclaimed 2023 song “Dunk Contest” (8M Streams).

Marking the first collaboration between the pair, “Grippy”sees the hip-hop heavyweight offer his most flex-worthy rhymes over Cobain’s signature sexy drill production. The track arrives amidst a hot streak for the rapper and producer, who recently linked up with Ice Spice for the long-awaited video remix for “Fisherrr” (feat. BaySwag) (26M Streams), which marked her third feature ever. It’s been a massive week for Cobain, who just featured alongside Charlie Wilson on Don Toliver’s new single “Attitude”, appeared on A Boogie Wit da Hoodie’s “Body”, and produced Lancey Foux’s “Gotta Get U”, showcasing why COMPLEX proclaimed that summer 2024 is “looking very slizzy”.

After steadily garnering momentum with R-rated anthems over his own ethereal production — pioneering the playful sexy drill sound and Slizzy Movementthat he’s now taking to mainstream heights — Cash Cobain is primed for his moment in the spotlight. Following the success of smash singles “Dunk Contest” and “Fisherrr”, the latter of which is being hailed as an early contender for song of the summer, Cobain has since hit 3M Monthly Listeners on Spotify, entered the Top 3 NYC Shazam Charts, and occupied the #1 and #3 slots of the NYC Apple Music Charts as well as #45 on theUrban Radio Charts. With recent releases “Dunk Contest” (watch his Genius Open Mic appearance), the Ice Spice-assisted remix for “Fisherrr” (feat. BaySwag), and now the J. Cole-featuring “Grippy”, Cash Cobain is elevating his signature sound — and showcasing its ever-growing widespread appeal in the process.

Last month, Cobain took over NYC with his ‘Slizzy Fest’ birthday show at Irving Plaza, a night that boasted a stacked lineup of New York’s finest along with rumors of a surprise set from a certain A-list superstar. After the hype reached a fever pitch, the growing crowd caused security concerns and the show was ultimately canceled –– but Cobain still wanted to give the fans their money’s worth. So he led the crowd down the street into Union Square and threw a makeshift show with just his crew, a Bluetooth speaker — and hundreds of adoring fans (read ‘I Went to Cash Cobain’s Slizzyfest and All I Got Was That Classic NYC Feeling’ via Rolling Stone and his statement in Billboard). Cobain has since teased potential collaborations with Frank Ocean, Travis Scott, Don Toliver (seen filming a music video here), Lil Yachty and more –– a sure sign of the worldwide stardom soon to come.

These recent releases arrive on the heels of a career-minting 2023 year that wrapped with the production of PinkPantheress’ “Nice To Meet You” (feat. Central Cee), which debuted at #20 on the Billboard Hot 100 (Cobain recently starred alongside her in a nationally-syndicated Apple commercial for the new MacBook). Previous months also saw Cobain produce Drake’s “Calling For You” (feat. 21 Savage), which debuted at #5on the Billboard Hot 100, DJ Travis Scott’s Cactus Jack x Audemars Piguet event, and release his critically-acclaimed debut solo album Pretty Girls Love Slizzy with Giant Music.

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Please find links to stream “Grippy” (feat. J. Cole) below, and stay tuned for more announcements:

 

“GRIPPY” (FEAT. J. COLE)  – OUT NOW

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