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Soul Nana releases “African Girl” feat Jo Kleff

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Ghanaian Hip Hop Artist/Producer Soul Nana  returns with his new single “African Girl” featuring Jo Kleff.

Over an african tropical hip hop beat, Soul Nana pays homage to the beautiful Queens of Africa.

Available on all digital platforms:

Spotify

https://open.spotify.com/album/1uMIBHuKFpZlUZwMbKVkbQ

Apple Music

https://music.apple.com/us/album/african-girl-feat-jo-kleff-single/1505458620?uo=4

iTunes

https://music.apple.com/us/album/african-girl-feat-jo-kleff-single/1505458620?uo=4&app=itunes&at=1001lry3&ct=dashboard

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Derez De’Shon & Morray come together for “All Them Days”

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Derez De’Shon, “the Godfather of Pain Rap”, has just shared his newest video single “All Them Days” featuring 2021 XXL Freshman Morray. “All Them Days” is a showcasing of the different generations of “pain rap” coming together for a worthwhile collaboration, with the result being this soulful and introspective track.

The melodic instrumental serves as the perfect backdrop for Derez and Morray to flex their vocal range and to trade verses about the depths of their individual struggles. The music video depicts the early adolescence of the artists, a visual representation of the hard-knocks upbringing detailed in “All Them Days”. The collaboration displays the influence Derez has had on this generation of superstars, like Morray, and his ability to still innovate and produce a sound that’s his own.

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“All Them Days” is Derez De’Shon’s third single of 2021. In August he released “In My Feelings” and in May, he guested on Quin Nfn’s “Having My Way”. In September, Derez dropped “Residue” featuring East Atlanta’s own Money Mu. This followed a 2020 that saw Derez release the third installment of Pain, De’Shon’s acclaimed series. On 2018’s Pain 2, which streamed over 150 million times, the rapper collaborated with YFN Lucci(“Beat The Odds”) and Russ (“Fallin”). Backed by The Commission Music/BMG, that release entered the Billboard Top 200 at #186. The series kicked off the year prior. That collection featured “Hardaway,” the platinum-selling single with over 300 million streams and views combined. 2 Chainz, Yo Gotti, and DJ Envy appeared on an official remix. Pain earned its name with heartfelt records like “Fed Up” (100+ million streams), “Lord Forgive Me,” and “P.I.L. (Pain Is Love)”. Combined, he has more than 800 million streams globally. Across his catalog, Derez creates a unique blend of trap soul, hence why fans have given him the nickname “The Godfather of Pain Rap“.

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BoogieFrmda8 Releases Money Making Anthem “Spend Sum”

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Compton’s newest star BoogieFrmDa8 is a name everyone needs to be familiar with immediately. The Compton, California native is only 21 years old, but has the wisdom of an OG. Having grown up with a well-known street figure as his father and his mother a published author, Boogie’s upbringing was the perfect mix of brawn, brain, and discipline. Boogie’s story began on 148th street, on the west side of Compton, becoming a fixture in the Campanella Park neighborhood by 8 years old, taking on the role of lookout, ensuring the older guys on the block were alerted of any potential incoming threats. Although he grew up in the mecca of G-Funk and West-Coast Hip Hop, the music of Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, The Game and Kendrick Lamar did not heavily influence Boogie.

With roots in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Boogie gravitated towards Plies, Lil Boosie and Lil Durk’s music and his music has subsequently been influenced by the southern acts. In 2018, at 18 years old, he started his rap career by rapping over the instrumental of hit records such as “Uno” by AMB Jayy, on Instagram going viral and earning the moniker “Mr. Takeover Beats.” Currently, in 2021, Boogie has picked up an immense amount of steam by consistently releasing singles featuring the hottest new artists in Los Angeles including “Pullin Skitz” featuring Baby Stone Gorillas, Treyway6k, and fellow Compton act YS.

Today, BoogieFrmDa8 brings us a brand new single titled “Spend Sum”, an energetic, money- making anthem where he emphatically states, “I’m tryna make a thousand hundreds, let ’em keep coming”. In this Sebastian Beltran directed visual Boogie, he is shown in a piano room as he flaunts his impressive jewelry collection. This is the first of many new singles with accompanying visuals that will be released through the end of this year as he looks to go into 2022 recognized as Compton’s next superstar.

 

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Queenlet Featured Nigerian Star Jimmy D Psalmist, to showcase another new single titled “WindBlow”

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The multiple award winner Queen Leticia Kyerewaa, popularly known as QueenLet, and a mother of gospel genre SOAKAT, has released a new single called windblow, featuring Nigerian gospel star, minister Jimmy D Psalmist.

Windblow was recorded in Abuja – Nigeria by Sunny Pee, a multiple award winner Nigerian sound engineer and the video was also shot in Nigeria.

The single track “WINDBLOW” which is under the record label of “DebRich Group Of Companies” or “DebRich Group”.

Debrich Group works with world-renowned businesses from the music industry to bring your favorite music to life.

“Debrich Group” In one year, have released four singles entitled Dear Holy Spirit, Anwanwadwuma ( Marvelous work), empowered and the recent one known as Windblow.

QueenLet’s genre of music ‘Soakat’ raised eyebrows everywhere on social media since the year 2020, probably based on the fact that, she is the first person to introduce this genre in the gospel music industry.

This is the first international collaboration done by QueenLet after the released of her three singles:
Dear Holy Spirit, Anwanwadwuma and Empowered.

In an interview, on one of the popular radio station in Ghana, Adom 106.3 FM, QueenLet disclosed that, out of her three singles, before the released of Windblow, two were recorded at Steve crown’s studio in Abuja Nigeria , whilst Anwanwadwuma was recorded by Shadrach Yawson , porpulary known as Sha in Ghana.

She also revealed that, within a year, her songs have achieved massive views on YouTube, meaning people are in love with her Soakat music.

QueenLet has been in the gospel music industry from childhood but with Soakat genre in 2020. SOAKAT literally means, soaking and atmospheric music.

She describes this song as a song that soaks one into the atmosphere of the Holy Spirit.

Recently QueenLet won multiple awards from Maranatha global awards USA 2021 with her single ‘Dear Holy Spirit’ as the best supplication song of the year, and she also received another award as the best female minister global uprising.

QueenLet wrote on her verified page on Facebook that, her new single released song ‘Windblow’ featuring Nigerian gospel star Jimmy D Psalmist is a supernatural song because, spiritual electric, magnetic and thunder types of WIND storms is about to move heavy wind blow in every country or city, therefore every country should lift up their flags and they should also get ready for the Holy Spirit

Source: GhanaChurch.com

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“Kickin Knowledge” First Black Owned NFT Feature Film

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The Kamanzi Company presents “Kickin Knowledge” the first black owned NFT feature film.

The narrative fiction resolves around two cousins Zain and Ali, who share a philosophical conversation over breakfast on different topics including failure, comfort zones, humanity being better creators or destroyers, and love existing without hate or jealousy.

The film features Raymond Watanga and Ezekiel Ajeigbe, and it is written and directed by Adinan Kamanzi.

 

“Personally, this was one of the more challenging films I’ve had to tackle. With no rehearsals, so much dialogue, and being slammed with auditions during the height of pilot season, Ray and I really had to be on our toes to film this in 7 days or less. Despite that, the set environment was never stressful, but rather it was always calm and easy going. Overall, the film has a handful of real life messages that aren’t always discussed amongst people which is what drew me to wanting to be a part of it in the first place,” comments Ezekiel Ajeigbe.

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Showboy unveils new signee 2hype Kaytee with debut music video for “B3yiee” (WATCH)

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US-based Ghanaian hip-hop/hiplife artistes and music executive Showboy has unveiled his label’s newest signee, 2hype Kaytee, with a brand new single and music video for “B3yie.”

2hypegang Worldwide – the famous Ghanaian record label owned and managed by the embattled rapper – has introduced fast-rising rapper 2hype Kaytee into the market.

Announcing the new signee, Showboy said he is a music talent and would easily recognise talent and a potential hitmaker when he sees one.

According to Showboy, 2hype Kaytee’s is a rap virtuoso who has been working hard for years while underground and that he believes this is the right time for Ghanaians and music lovers across the globe to witness a unique talent and music.

Accompanying his announcement is the release of 2hype Kaytee’s debut single “B3yie” (to wit ‘witchcraft or sorcery in Twi dialect) with feature from Showboy. The title metaphorically explains 2hype Kaytee’s audacity on the mic and puts him across as a whiz-kid.

His execution on “B3yie” has been described as an ‘impeccable effort’ by the CEO of 2hypegang Worldwide.

“B3yie” – a mid-tempo hardcore trap jam produced by Sector Made It and mixed and mastered by Ivan Beatz – infers how deadly the young rapper is when it comes to delivery and matured lyricism.

The song is accompanied by a Maddox-directed visual music video featuring a cameo appearance from Bosom PYung.

Watch the full music video below and share your candid views with us. The song is available on all music streaming platforms.

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Larruso’s ‘’New Gen’’ EP arrives alongside all-new video for ‘Wolewa’ (Come Inside)’

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Afro-dancehall sensation, Larruso’s debut EP offers a feel-good experience that places him in the fore of Ghanaian dancehall music as he freewheels over a range of experimental melodies. Listen here: https://onerpm.lnk.to/NewGen-EP

 

Previewing with two singles prior to its official announcement ‘’New Gen’’ does not fall short of a smooth supply of tuneful beat selections and potential bangers. It is an aggregate of Larruso’s vision so far, meld together by familiar, yet refreshing concepts and a feature list accommodating of the young artist’s style.

 

 

The 8-track EP books features from the likes of the god MC, M.anifest, Suzzway, Nigeria’s very own, Bella Shmurda, Kelvyn Boy, Samini and J. Derobie, aside a compelling mix of producers which include The One, Beatz Dakay, Phantom, Jaemally, Gigz Beatz, Mix Master Garzy and Finchy.

 

For a project meant to inspire the prodigy’s avant-gardist role in his time, things are brought to a roaring start on the pre-released ‘New Gen’. Here, Larruso ushers in the age of this new generation he’s standing in for. ‘’We have a big dream and, how our family fit look past streets wey we dey pon?’’, he questions, backing up with chants and verses of empowerment. This invigorating theme persists into the EP’s first pre-released song ‘The Truth’ featuring the god MC, Manifest. On the soothing song, both artists free their energies into a pool of thoughts that are expressive of life in a country that grows increasingly hellish for the generation in question.

The tone of the EP hereafter shifts to a more ambient and easy-going sound ‘Body’ featuring Suzzway goes big on Larruso’s glossy vocals, while ‘Wolewa’ (Come Inside) featuring Nigeria’s very own, Bella Shmurda embraces a fun feel. The latter drops alongside a colorful video directed by Yaw Skyface and has lots of choreography to keep the song’s playfulness untouched. ‘Hit & Run’ isn’t far behind the explosive Afrobeat wave either, bearing the candid and fleeting emotions of the self-proclaimed nineties bad boy, before ushering in the project’s biggest in terms of collaborations ‘No Chance’.

Sweeping listeners back into his preferred domain ‘No Chance’ has Larruso tag Kelyvn Boy and Samini on the highly palatable Finchy production to make known their uncompromising nature to much finesse. ‘Addicted’ featuring J. Derobie slots in next to ferry listeners aboard the love express once more, yielding crooned verses of how special Larruso’s love interest is to him: ‘’Cause you know me and you have a different vibe/Make up your mind, come with me let’s ride’’. The finally EP comes to a soothing close thanks to Larruso’s resolute composure on solo effort ‘High Meditation’, in a bid to not to escape bad memories.

 

‘’New Gen’’ projects the Afro-dancehall star’s status as torchbearer in it’s entirety and is effortless in setting itself up as a benchmark for all dancehall EP’s to follow. Stream ‘’New Gen’’ by Larruso here:

 

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