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Listen UP: Sky GH, Cina Soul & Naa Shawele present ‘Unstoppable’

The Queen of Soul- Cina Soul, rap princess NAA and SKY Girls, the dopest teen movement in Accra bring you UNSTOPPABLE. This is the official 2018 anthem for the teen generation! We’re all about being bold, confident and true to ourselves and we’re just doing our thing. SKY is a movement by teen girls, for […]

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SKY COVER ART 2The Queen of Soul- Cina Soul, rap princess NAA and SKY Girls, the dopest teen movement in Accra bring you UNSTOPPABLE. This is the official 2018 anthem for the teen generation! We’re all about being bold, confident and true to ourselves and we’re just doing our thing.

SKY is a movement by teen girls, for teen girls. It seeks to inspire teen girls to stay true to themselves and what they believe in. i.e To be who they are, not who someone else thinks they should be, to support each other in being themselves, staying true to what they care about and saying no to things that they donít want in their lives, like gossiping and smoking tobacco. The movement has a serious purpose and that is empowering girls and building a resilient generation of young women. But it is fun in flavor and built around things they love to do and to talk about.

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Song: Unstoppable
Artist: Cina Soul (feat. Naa Shaawele and the SKY Girls)
Producer: Jayso
Project: Sky Girls GH
Executive Producers: Good Business UK / Now Available Africa

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Pastor Blessed-Ennin praises God with a new single ‘Nsenku’

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Ghanaian Musician Pastor Blessed-Ennin has released a new praise song titled Nsenku. (more…)

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Mufty Bompa Of VM Records USA Releases ‘Sabi’

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The landscape of the music industry is changing at a rapid rate. One must adapt to the changes from the creative process to the marketing of the music. This is exactly what the executive producers at VM Records USA  consider a winning strategy for the modern-day artiste. (more…)

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New amapiano jam “Fire” served HOT to Ghanaians by Ijekimora and Busiswa – LISTEN

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Nigerian Afrobeats Artiste, Ijekimora, shares her latest single “Fire” with her Ghana fanbase. She featured South African Music Icon, Busiswa, on it. An official video was shot for it too along with the official release of the song.

 

Stream “Fire” featuring Busiswa here on Digital Stores: Azuri.lnk.to/Fire

 

About Creating The Song “Fire”

“We came up with the title ‘Fire’ because of the way Busiswa came wild and unapologetic on the beat and it was so steamy we had to name it ‘Fire’, and the chorus had that melody in it too; the song already defined itself and you get to feel the energy and power behind it when you’re listening to it.” – Ijekimora

 

“The concept of the song is just 2 girls taking over, literally, empowering ourselves as 2 fierce women in the music industry living the best of our lives and making money as well,” Ijekimora added. The song is Amapiano inspired.

 

Why Busiswa for a feature?

Ijekimora was looking forward to breaking into the South African market, thus, needed an artiste she could work with; coincidentally Busiswa came through as the one. Busiswa had a show in Lagos and Ijekimora’s Team connected with her; and everything took off from there. “It wasn’t stressful at all getting her to jump on my song”, she says.

 

Ijekimora is still experimenting sounds to put together her debut EP she announced as “Kimorality”. She promises her fans to expect the EP to be out some time in 2023 though there were delays. She is a perfectionist and makes sure she gets her things right hence the little delay but off the cuff she has alreay released fire singles “Sexy Papa”, “Temptation” and a previous sensation “Stand By Me” featuring Seyi Vibez.

 

Ijekimora, grew up in Dallas but hails from Nigeria. She often shuffles between Nigeria and Ghana; she says Ghana is like a second home to her so she frequents Ghana grounds to do her promotions each time she drops a new song.

 

Busiswa Gqulu, known mononymously as Busiswa or Busi, is a South African singer-songwriter and poet. Born in Mthatha, Eastern Cape, South Africa, she gained public recognition for her feature on DJ Zinhle’s song, “My Name Is”, after being discovered by Kalawa Jazmee’s CEO Oskido. She is a vibrant artiste known across Africa and beyond and has rocked many stages locally and internationally.

 

Watch “Fire” Video on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdIKUm9dlks

 

 

Follow them on Instagram & Twitter: @Ijekimora and @Busiswaah

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New School Afrobeats Leader, T.I Blaze debuts with his fiery ghetto gospel in EL MAJOR

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After his breakout moment in 2021, with the hook of “Sometimes” catching on across the entire Nigerian music community, TI Blaze remained on everybody’s radar as one of the new leaders of street-pop music. With one extended play dubbed, Fresh Prince of Lagos, released earlier this year, and several singles out, the vocal prodigy has now stepped out with his debut studio album titled, EL Major.

 

Like in his earlier record, TI Blaze tows his trademark themes of survival, love, mental wellness, among others, on this 13-tracker masterpiece. In EL Major, one can see T.I Blaze, born Akintunde Abiodun Timileyin, take on a rather pensive-realist glance on the ‘rat race’ nature of life. In songs like “Alone” featuring fellow street-pop maverick Bella Shmurda, he reflects on the solitary nature of man, partly-inspiring and partly-admonishing listeners with lyrics like ‘Nobody send your papa or mama/ Las las, na your mata/ Shebi na who get no dey chop alone.’ He pontificates similarly on songs like “Faraway,” where he reflects on his myriad blessings and the journey so far; “Frenemies,” where he laments on the reality of envious and backstabbing friends; and also on “My Life,” where he takes his stance on enjoying the low-hanging fruits of life and avoiding overthinking issues beyond his control; and on the song “Benefit,” he revisits the value of meaningful friendships and watching the type of circle one keeps.

 

As the crux of the record, TI Blaze’s didacticism tends to always overpower his records. Like with earlier released songs such as “Try,” “Sometimes,” among others, the ghetto gospel narrative on EL Major gives the album the lyrical and emotive depth it soars with. Sometimes, it is not even the direction that shapes the narratives; but the fact that he presents these realities altogether, that is a big win for the average kid on the street who might never get to attend a concert or enjoy the fanciest slices of life. It is music that makes them feel ‘seen.’

 

On EL Major, the 22-year-old Dapper Music artiste perfects the art of blending contemporary sonics with relatable storytelling. When he is not introspecting about hustling and survival, T.I Blaze is also very much the loverboy. On songs like “Lock Up,” he talks about how the love he shares with his partner can be unaffected by distance; “Panic,” where his insecurities come to the fore about whether or not he might get served ‘breakfast’ (breakup); “Play” featuring the star girl Fave, where he again warns against being toyed with by his lover. In these songs, TI Blaze continues to show the softer sides of masculinity that are almost like compulsory sins to many men.

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Away from the realism of survival and the boundaries of love and romance, T.I Blaze also just wants you to dance and bask in the present. In songs like “Good Life,” “Vigure,” the Skiibii-assisted “Kilo,” the Camidoh-assisted “Fire Down,” and the Backroad Gee-assisted “Yawa,” he goes on a lustful and lightheaded spree, praising the female body in the fine art of street-pop.

In EL Major, TI Blaze makes street-pop music wholesome to consume, even for non Yoruba-speaking audiences; as his lyrics are regularly switching between Pidgin, Yoruba and English. He taps sound whiz Okizy, Rexxie, Niphkeys, Dibs, Spykida, Enta to create a sonic palette for his brand, which means that you can be having a bad day and TI Blaze’s music will be as soothing as when you hear it in your wildest moments at the club. It also highlights the importance of having a good A&R team; as the whiz that Kelechi Chopper Akwari displays brought this record to life. Also with the backing of T.I Blaze’s Exec Producers, Damilola Dapper Akinwunmi and Adegoke MOG Babatunde, it will be easy to interpret the depth of T. I Blaze’s artistry in visual formats.

EL Major might be a deeply reflective project; but it’s a great mood regulator and a treasure trove of music for everyone and every moment.

Stream EL Major on all platforms now.

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Yungg Zues to debut ‘Love Me’, November 25

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The Ghanaian singer and songwriter Yungg Zues is releasing his debut single ‘Love Me’, an afrobeats song, that goes in your ears, as well as your heart. Yungg Zues is brand new on the scene, and yet has been entwined in the Ghanaian music scene since 2013, when he founded ATL. A movement of young and creative people coming together and producing music. 

 

Now he is ready for his debut single. ‘Love Me’, produced by Mani from Nigeria, is driven by a mid tempo beat topped with a melodic guitar, giving the afrobeats song a dreamy sound. The guitar was played by no one less but the grammy winning Joshua Moszi, who is known for his work with R2Bees, Mr Eazi or Angelique Kidjo. The song was highly inspired by the many years creating music with the ATL movement in Ghana, but it was recorded in UK, Yungg Zues current home of choice. In his heart he will always be a Ghanaian, which comes clear when listening to his uplifting and positive music.

 

Following the release of the single will be a music video, directed by Theblackworks. We can expect an explosion of creativity and colours. Next step for Yungg Zues in 2023, is his debut EP ‘Pure Magic’, which he is currently finalising. So we can rest assured, ‘Love Me’ is just the start for this talented and exceptional artist from the heart of Accra. 

 

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CarlloYABOY, son of Kwame Yeboah out with eclectic pop album, ‘Carllo’s Public Diary’

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The very definition of the future of music mixed with the sounds of today constantly evolving, and ‘Carllo’s Public Diary’, the latest album from CarlloYABOY, son of Ghanaian music royalty, Kwame Yeboah, is a perfect example. Listen here https://orcd.co/carllospublicdiary

As he would describe it — every song he releases is an audio snapshot of CarlloYABOY’s current state of mind, with not only his vocals acting as the conduit but expressing himself through every single instrument and melody present.

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CarlloYABOY thrives in the spotlight — the multitalented artist sings, produces, writes, records, and plays every instrument himself, his energetic and passionate personality is felt instantly as he pours his all and everything into his music and into every single performance, his art. He leaves everything on the stage.

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Born Carllo Kwessi Yeboah, arlloYABOY can be described as a musical genius with Ghanaian and Danish musical blood flowing through his veins, born in the heart of Copenhagen — Denmark.

Carllo’s love for music flourished — rapidly sparking his interest in the life of a successful performing superstar at a young age. Carllo picked up the guitar for the first time at the early age of 3 and began writing and performing his own songs at every talent show he could find ever since. His dreams and ambitions grew higher and higher, while his discipline became sharper in order to achieve his vision.

CarlloYABOY and his music have been called a modern-day John Mayer, Tyler The Creator, and The Weeknd — listening to CarlloYABOY’s music, the vision paints itself clearly and completely shatters any splint of doubt in him earning a spot among those he’s inspired by.

Welcome to the new golden age of Pop music and performance.

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