<![CDATA[Kranium continues his resurgence since the release of his Rumors album back in 2015. The dancehall artist most known for his hit “Nobody Has To Know,” ahead of his next album The Sparks EP, has released a new single “Can’t Believe,” linking up with Ty Dolla $ign and WiizKid. This isn’t the first the trio have connected for a collaboration. Previously they worked with Major Lazer for “Boom.” The Sparks EP is slated for release next month. Kranium is currently on the road for his We Can Tour. Check out the fresh single. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z6ndEbKm_5k]]>
Guchi teases new sound on the double-track release of All Over You and Mon Bébé
Consistency is currency and Guchi’s dues are paid in full. The Afropop Act’s latest chess move is a two-sided release, succeeding her March 2023 piece titled “Relate”.
“All Over You” is the first of the double pack: an affectionate afro-jammer produced by Shugavybz and the second- “Mon Bébé”, is a snazzy French-titled tune produced by Kaelbeatz.
We are once again lured into Guchi’s wonderful world of sizzling romance and the two tracks give details from varying perspectives. The popstar gets assertive on “All Over You”, stating in clear terms, what she expects from this intoxicating affair. She takes on the persona of a clingy ride-or-die lover, ready to go to towering lengths to secure her relationship. Lyrics like “Kokoro Ife mi Jowo, I no go let you go (Please my love bug, I will not let you go)” bear testament to Guchi’s strong will to not only be but remain in love.
Mon bébé is more flirty and wispy in its rendition. From giving her goosebumps to sweet-treat comparisons, it is without a doubt that Guchi’s Bébé has her in a sweet and tight spot. In both songs, she uses linguistic fragments to drive deeper emotional meaning.
Randomly releasing two hits at once could have Guchi-loyalists wondering what she has up her sleeves. Could this be the pathway to a deluxe version of her 2022 EP – “Purple Diary”? Or could the singer be priming us up for yet another project?
All Over You/Mon Bébé is available for streaming and download on all preferred digital music platforms.
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Today, Grammy Award-winning, multi-platinum-selling, and chart-topping musician Dante Bowe announces his new self-titled album, out July 21 via his label he co-founded TRUE Music. The project finds Bowe in a new light as he experiments with sounds, blending hip-hop, gospel, r&b, and more. On the young artists’ third studio album, he truly showcases his eclectic style, collaborating with Vic Mensa, Jekalyn Carr, Flavour, Anthony B, and Ada Ehi.
“This project represents my creative evolution and a bold step towards pushing boundaries,” says Bowe. “Through soulful melodies, infectious beats, and deeply-rooted lyrics, I’ve crafted a sonic journey that bridges the gap between different musical worlds.”
Dante Bowe’s meteoric rise shows no signs of slowing down as he continues to create powerful music that resonates deeply with listeners from all walks of life. “Get ready to groove, be inspired, and experience the transformative power of music like never before.”
Alongside the self-titled album announcement, Bowe shares a single and offering from the new work, “Wind Me Up” featuring Anthony B, which will officially launch the National radio campaign at R&B radio on June 12. Creating an electrifying collaboration and just in time for summer, Bowe’s transcendent vocal talents converge with the infectious rhythms of the acclaimed Jamaican Dance Hall/Reggae artist.
As Dante Bowe sets his sights on new horizons, the future looks incredibly bright for this gifted artist. Stay tuned for some more exciting news that he will be sharing soon.
Dante Bowe Tracklist
Take Me Up
Easy On Me
On The Moon
Breaking All My Rules Ft. Vic Mensa
Wind Me Up Ft. Anthony B
Your Majesty Ft. Flavour
In Your Hands Ft. Ada Ehi
Glory To God Ft. Jekalyn Carr
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Black Sherif says “The Homeless Song” was inspired by a period when he was actually homeless:
There was a turning point in my life that I was homeless. And from that time, how I saw things changed. And a few of the songs that I put on the album, I had written before The Homeless Song. But I felt like that point, that pivoting could be a proper start. That’s why I put it first. Because it happened within 24 hours, like 16 hours back I was at home with my boys. Fast forward, not even 24 hours after, I’m homeless in a car. No place to stay. It be crazy. So I wrote that song just that night.
Black Sherif says that people call him Kwaku because of “Kwaku the Traveller,” along with other names that stem from his music:
With me, every three months there’s a sound growth in my studio. So every era of that sound growth, at all the evolutions, they have nicknames, they have alter egos and names and stuff. Because at first when I was starting to write music, I used to say Sad Man Story. And it went on, Blacko, Kwaku Killer, Kwaku Rasta. I have so many names in the streets and everybody know the name. Yeah. You could say, “Who is Kwaku Rasta?” I will tell you that’s Black Sherif. “Who’s Kwaku Killer?” Black Sherif. “Who is KK?” Black Sherif. They know the names. So I just leave it to whatever you want to call me, call me. People even call me by my auntie’s name, Auntie Mary. I’m like, “Yeah.” I said it in my song, that’s what you heard. Call me by that. Let’s go man. It’s a story. My mom call me Sherif. My dad call me Rasta. Kwaku Rasta.
Ebro Darden: And how did you get Burna Boy on Second Sermon? How did that come about?
Black Sherif: I think Burna heard Second Sermon.
Ebro Darden: He heard it and was like, “I need to get on that.”
Black Sherif: Yeah. Crazy.
Ebro Darden: And y’all keep a good relationship now?
Black Sherif: Yeah. I was talking with him just last night. Yeah.
Ebro Darden:Y’all working on more music?
Black Sherif: Mm-hmm.
Ebro Darden: It’s more to come?
Black Sherif: Yeah.
Sam Asari’s ‘Hotsteppa’ sends a powerful message to women everywhere
Sam Asari is on fire with his latest song ‘Hotsteppa’, an Afropop record that was masterfully produced by Moraaal. The pulsating beats and feel-good vibe exude an aura of sheer energy and positivity and has the potential to be a chart-topping hit. The upbeat tempo and irresistible rhythm will leave you tapping your feet and nodding your head.
It’s not just the catchy melody and rhythm that make ‘Hotsteppa’ stand out; it’s the powerful message embedded in the lyrics that truly steals the show. In ‘Hotsteppa’, Sam Asari delivers a powerful message that inspires and empowers women everywhere to embrace their inner confidence and take charge of their lives. He describes a #hotsteppa as “a person who is confident, vigilant, one of a kind, independent, a trendsetter and a go-getter”. It’s a message that is particularly timely in today’s world, where gender roles and expectations are being redefined and women are breaking down barriers and shattering glass ceilings.
In addition to the song itself, Sam Asari has also created a movement that urges everyone to join the #hotsteppa community. This is a call to action for individuals to showcase their confidence, independence and positivity by posting videos with the hashtag ‘’hotsteppa’’. Sam Asari’s vision of a world without #hotsteppas is a ‘’boring & scary world’’ and he is on a mission to create a community of empowered individuals who know their worth.
‘Hot Steppa’ is a must-listen track that will leave you feeling energized, empowered and inspired. The single is now available on all major streaming platforms here: https://li.sten.to/Hotsteppa. So, join the #hotsteppa movement and let the world know what it means to be a confident, empowered and unstoppable force.
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