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DNA – “Arabanko” (Visuals With Lyrics)

DNA Arabanko

Mavin music twin, DNA shares the visuals with lyrics for the track “Arabanko” off their new body of work – ‘Gemini‘ EP.

When it comes to Afrobeat, there is no definite sound. Like all genres, there are subgenres within that make it a whole. With an eclectic mix of urban-driven beats with soulful, jazzy, funky, pop, African and high energy musical sensibilities, the sensational duo, DNA Twins bring a sort of highlife element to the mix on their first project of the year, titled, “Gemini EP”.

This 4-track EP takes listeners on a sonic journey. Their groovy moods and melodious vocals act as the guide as they seamlessly carry audiences from, ‘Kayama‘, a highlife infused serenade to ‘Arabanko‘, an afropop track with lyrics that interestingly highlights how love isn’t a do or die affair, down to the very last note of ‘Wanting More‘, an afro feel good lounge music.

DNA – “Arabanko

LYRICS

Verse 1

Hey hey there,
I don’t mean to bother you but hey my dear,
I just need a minute please give me your ears

You’re like a blessing and a curse,
I don’t mean it in the worst way but I love you of course o
I just wanna let you know I hope that’s okay too
I hope it’s okay, it’s okay

Pre Chorus
How you wan make e be now,
Should I wait or should I go?
Don’t leave me hanging on the phone oh eh,
Tell me now now make I know

Please don’t leave me waiting,
I just really want to know,
This love no be by force oh,
Tell me now now make I know

Chorus
Arabanko,
Trust me it’s allowed oh, Arabanko,
Abeg do wetin you like oh, Arabanko,
Na your choice oh, Arabanko,

Arabanko,
Trust me it’s allowed oh, Arabanko,
I no go beg I no go stress you, Arabanko,
Na your choice oh, Arabanko

Verse 2
Gini kam’mere gini gini,
Why you do me like this,
E be like say you see me finish,
No dey do me like this,
E no gbona feli feli
Do the matter like this your oh oh oh,

You like or not,
Wether You like, Wether you no like am, i must enjoy,
Isi Ewu manya brokoto tonight,
Wether you no like am I must enjoy this night

Pre Chorus
So how you wan make e be now,
Should I wait or should I go?
Don’t leave me hanging on the phone oh eh,
Tell me now now make I know
(make I know)

Please don’t leave me waiting,
I just really want to know,
This love no be by force oh,
Tell me now now make I know

Chorus
Arabanko,
Trust me it’s allowed oh, Arabanko,
Abeg do wetin you like oh, Arabanko,
Na your choice oh, Arabanko,

Arabanko,
Trust me it’s allowed oh, Arabanko,
I no go beg I no go stress you, Arabanko,
Na your choice oh, Arabanko

Outro
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[Video] DJ Jimmy Jatt x CDQ – “Say What” (Pete Pete)

DJ Jimmy Jatt CDQ Say What (Pete Pete)

DJ Jimmy Jatt and CDQ serves us the official music video for their joint ‘Say What (Pete Pete)’… Enjoy!

We present the Visual to the hip hop track by CDQ x Jimmy Jatt produced by Masterkraft.

Veteran disc jockey Jimmy Jatt releases a brand new tune for the Rap culture. To achieve this he employs the services of Street general, Ibile Mugabe-CDQ who blessed him with his indigenous street rap vibe. This song is a pure Hip-pop record with quality production from award winning producer, Masterkraft.

Born and bred in Lagos Island, Jimmy Amu, popularly known as Cool Dj Jimmy Jatt is a renowned Disc Jockey who is known for setting the pace for Hip hop music in the country and beyond. An icon in the Nigerian entertainment industry who has come a long way and a veteran who has survived the test of time. Formerly, known as Master J, Dj Jimmy Jatt came into the music industry as a rapper with lot of demos but after a fruitless search getting a record label to support him, he started deejaying with the support of his brothers. The stage name Dj Jimmy Jatt came in honour from the initials of his brothers who long passed on the touch to him. He developed an interest in Hip hop and rap at an early age and grew up listening to a lot of rap albums from the late 70’s. To promote Hip-pop culture he organised a ‘Jimmy Jump Off’ show and studio session where artistes, rappers come in to drop banging rap freestyles.

Staying true to the Hip-pop culture he linked up with CDQ for this hot hardcore Rap track ‘Say What?’ (PetePete). On the song CDQ goes hard with heavy bars, dragged M.I Abaga and threw shots at some Nigerian rappers. He hits hard at Mr Incredible (M.I Abaga) says he is the high definition (HD) of M.I, M.I can’t be higher than him and also he is not a rapper that would sell his soul, Kiss Ass for the doe, shed blood to glow and suck d**k for the blow. There are lots of word and shades on this record… Listen HERE

Watch ‘Say What (Pete Pete)’ video directed by: Dir Nell below


[Audio + Video] Great Adamz – “Gra Gra”

Great Adamz Gra Gra

Great Adamz Unveils New Single, “Gra Gra” 

In the course of an active year 2020 musical campaign, Great Adamz, who has put out a number of visual content within the last few months is set to release his first official single for the year titled “Gra Gra” and he does so by aiding the title with a subtle visual accordingly; produced by Ogbeni Stickz. “Gra Gra” is a number inspired by our day-to-day live patterns of men and women.

Men like to chase and seemingly so, women like to be chased; “Gra Gra” is a fun tune with a lot of African melody infused into it – listen up, watch and share your thoughts. | ENJOY!!!

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Watch ‘Gra Gra’ music video below


[Video] Fitila – “Night & Day”

Fitila Night & Day

One of Africa’s brightest music talents, Fitila has made his long waited debut with a well-composed melodic Afro-Life fusion, which he titled “Night & Day“.

The very talented singer and song writer worked with the dynamic producer, Benie Macaulay to make a smash with this scintillating and cuddling upbeat love tone and set the ball rolling for a much rewarding career.

Temitope Adebeshin, fondly called Fitila or Melody hails from Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria. His foray into music began at the tender age of 4, with major influences from the songbird, Shola Alison, Beautiful Nubia, 9ice and Wande Coal, to mention a few.

As a teenager, he worked on a couple songs and made an unofficial release in 2012. He also teamed up with the revelation producer, Young D for a song titled, Rock N Roll.

Fitila never rested on his oars, he continued to hone his written composition skills and develop his craft. In March 2020, he inked a recording deal with Chamel Records. Day & Night’s video was shot by Olu The wave, the crispy visual addresses the rampant rape cases and abuses against women on the continent.

Night & Day” is available on all digital platforms worldwide. Click HERE

Watch and Enjoy the music video below…

Kindly follow Fitila via his social media below

IG: Iamfiitila

Twitter: @iamfitila


[Audio + Video] Nasty C – “Palm Trees”

Buzzing South African Rapper, Nasty C comes through with a new song and music video titled “Palm Trees”.

Having served us the ‘Zulu Mixtape‘ alongside DJ Whoo Kid, Nasty C moves on from the project real fast with the release of this record “Palm Trees“. The rapper who recently unveiled the artwork of his much anticipated project ‘Zulu Man With Some Powers’ unlocked the new track ‘PALM TREES’ off the forthcoming album.

From the revealed Track-list, ‘Zulu Man With Some Power‘ album consist of 20 tracks and houses 3 previously released singles; ‘There they Go‘, ‘They Don’t‘ featuring T.I and ‘Eazy‘.

Nsikayesizwe David Ngcobo, better known by his stage name Nasty C, originates from Durban in the KwaZulu-Natal Province. He started rapping at the age of nine, having been influenced by his older brother who was a producer at the time.

Between 2013 and 2015 Nasty C dropped three mixtapes; One Kid A Thousand Coffins, C L.A.M.E. and Price City. But it was the one-off single, “Juice Back,” and the ensuing remix (featuring Davido and Cassper Nyovest), that propelled him into the spotlight. In 2016 Nasty C delivered his inaugural album, Bad Hair, and gave it away for free. The critically acclaimed award winning commercial re-release, Bad Hair Extensions, featured four new tracks, including a collaboration with US rap artist, French Montana. In 2018, he dropped ‘Strings & Bling‘ album which took him to the next level.

Anticipate “Zulu Man With Some Power” album

With Quotable Lyrics

I’ve got jewels on me
Expensive ass shoes on me
I might have a deuce on me
Choose on me
Lil mami gone make the move on me
Don’t get no glue on me
I done gassed this hoe up, now she getting rude on me
It’s over, I’m cool on it
Death by a mutha fuckin diamond
Bet my chain looking like a noose on me… Listen and Enjoy “Palm Trees” below

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Watch the new track music video below


[Video] AKA – “Monuments” ft. Yanga Chief, Grandmaster Ready D

AKA Monuments Yanga Chief, Grandmaster Ready D

Official Music video for “Monuments” by AKA featuring Yanga Chief & Grandmaster Ready D

South African Rapper/Hip-pop artiste, AKA releases a brand new music video for the track ‘Monuments’ which had rapper, Yanga Chief and Grandmaster Ready D. This visuals is a follow up to AKA’s previous ‘ENERGY‘ featuring Gemini Major.

Enjoy and also get the track lyrics below

“Monuments” LYRICS

Here we go
Here, Here…
Here we go

[AKA]Thinking to myself, what’s the reason that I even started making music in the first place
Only thing I needed was some petrol money
Little Mami and a fake gold chain
Do you ever look yourself inside a mirror?
God forgive me for my old mistake
Your holy spirit flowing in me like a river
Saint John
King James (Yebo)
Pro Kid (Yebo)
Lebron James (Yebo)
K. Forbes (Yebo)
Bruce Wayne (Yebo)
I got the jacket with the Michael Jackson zipper
Moonwalk, Champagne (Yebo)

Ekse!
It’s time to look alive
Fuck a Insta-live
All of that drip in your closet, but you can’t go outside
Who you gon’ show it to? You can’t go to Taboo
This ain’t no carnival, Niggas is vulnerable
You can depend on Vetkuk-Mahoota the rent is due
You need a miracle
I go to Woolworths, come back and feel terrible
It’s easy to stay home
When you ain’t gotta deal with no domestic abuse
Please count your blessings
Don’t be complaining about your Wi-Fi connection
Don’t pay attention to them brand influencers
They can’t do jack shit because, influenza
I can’t relate cause of the standards I put in place
You taking us backwards
I like your beats but all your lyrics is plastic

There’s only one Kiernan Jarryd
Ohh you blowin’ up?
Fantastic

Thinking to myself, what’s the reason that I even started making music in the first place
Only thing I needed was some petrol money
Little mami and a fake gold chain (Yebo)
I got the jacket with the Michael Jackson zipper (Yebo)
Moonwalk (Yebo)
Champagne (Yebo)
All this competition turned me to a killer (Yebo)
Stay solid (Yebo)
Bill Gates (Yebo)

You know this ain’t my first rodeo
I don’t show love but my photographer Romeo
End of the month, lean on your boy like a Quad
You come up short like it’s polio
Spending your dough
Your nose looking like Pinocchio
Romany-Creams
That’s my portfolio
That was the shit before we heard about Oreo
These type of treats on the reserve for the older folks
You know you gotta get Santi on a lean

How many sugars?
That’s how it is
Go boil the kettle
Take care of the kids
My baby you deserve a gold medal
Rose petal, the finer things

Thinking to myself, what’s the reason that I even started making music in the first place
Only thing I needed was some petrol money
Little mami and a fake gold chain
Do you ever look yourself inside a mirror?
God forgive me for my old mistake
Your holy spirit flowing in me like a river (Yebo)
Saint John, (Yebo)
King James, (Yebo)
Pro Kid, (Yebo)
Lebron James, (Here we go)
K. Forbes, (Yebo)
Bruce Wayne (Yebo)
I got the jacket with the Michael Jackson zipper
Moonwalk, champagne

[Yanga Chief]Shampopo, my closet need more Gucci-Dior-go
Since timely put my face on the logo (Yebo)
It’s Yanga when he off the gologo
Where I’m at it’s a no go
Sure Pop
Ma-Cherry ndisawabambe nge-ncoko
They tryna’ profit off my hustle in short forth
Training just to fight with the po-po
I’m started looking something like Tompo
Sending love to Magogo
If I don’t make it they gon’ send me to Polsmor (Yebo)

We-Forbes
Super villain of course (Yebo)
Heavy with the women siyabaphilisa Nkosi (Yebo)
Love me when I’m winning that’s a gift and a curse
But she don’t fuck with liquor but she sippin’ the purp

I need a rollie and a mansion for the week
Bryanston, let me live
Never had assistance so I did it for myself
Man in the mirror you’re movie time show

[AKA]Thinking to myself, what’s the reason that I even started making music in the first place
Only thing I needed was some petrol money
Little mami and a fake gold chain
Do you ever look yourself inside a mirror?
God forgive me for my old mistake
Your holy spirit flowing in me like a river
Saint John,
King James, (Yebo)
Pro Kid, (Yebo)
Lebron James, (Yebo)
K. Forbes, (Yebo)
Bruce Wayne
I got the jacket with the Michael Jackson zipper
Moonwalk, champagne (Yebo)

Here we go
Here, Here…
Here we go

AKA Monuments Yanga Chief 


[Video] Dr. Chaii – “Casanova”

Dr. Chaii Casanova

Fans and music buff alike are buzzing over the release of the music video of Grammy nominated producer cum musician, Pip Kembo aka Dr Chaii‘s fresh new single, “Casanova” which premiered on Trace Africa and amounting over a 100k views on YouTube within 24hrs of release.

The fresh new offering is expected to add to the rich repertoire of the Zimbabwe-born music connoisseur who started making beats at the age of 13 when a good friend introduced him to the program FL Studio, where he honed his latent musical skills.

The official new video for the track “CASANOVA” which was shot in London features Dr. Chaii expressing his love and feelings for a pretty video vixen who seems to have stolen his heart forcing him to regal her with soothing lyrics backed with a melodious voice.

Watch Casanova Video, Enjoy!

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Adekunle Gold – “AG BABY Video” ft. Nailah Blackman

Adekunle Gold AG BABY Video Nailah Blackman

Afro-pop and bop star act Adekunle Gold releases “AG Baby Video” featuring Nailah Blackman. An Electrifying music video directed by DES GRAY.

“AG Baby Video” performed by Adekunle Gold… With his currently hit single ‘Something Different’ still topping charts and receiving massive streams Adekunle dishes out another infectious bop tune tagged “AG BABY”. On this new jam he teamed up with Trinidadian singer, Nailah Blackman who blessed the track with a catchy Chorus. Warning!!! This A Big Tune, A virus that would take over your playlist and turn a favourite.

So far so good 2020 has been bopping for Alternate singer Adekunle Gold who kicked off the Year with ‘Jore’ featuring Kizz Daniel and followed up with ‘Something Different’. ‘Jore‘ was produced by Pheelz and Major Banks, two hit makers. The intro of this song alone will melt your heart, AAAGBaby and Vado‘s combination was a bomb! No wonder he tweeted earlier that his fans should forgive him for not recording with Vado all these while. “Something Different” was different from the usual alternative sound that we are accustomed to getting from him. It’s was a blend of highlife and Afropop with a dash of highlife, jazz and Bop, produced by BlaiseBeatz.

AG Baby” here is another banger that would strike you at first listening and turn into an Instant hit. It shows Adekunle Gold is a full talent that good with experiment. This another Bop Jam, the chorus and beat alone would make you click the Repeat button without thinking twice…

Quotable Lyrics

they see me balling
dem wan copy (They want to copy me)
and I see them
bunch of wannabes
No 1 fada (No 1 father)
original original Don Dada
(AG)
dem dey underrate man (They underrate me)
dey dunno nothing
I propagate
the movement you see now
No 1 Papa
eh original Badman trilla

Mo logo (I’m glorious)
won rogo (they’re in for it)
they dunno yeah… GET AUDIO & LYRICS

Watch AG Baby Music Video below and Enjoy Vibes…


[Audio + Video] Kay Da Ace – “Shenkes”

Kay Da Ace Shenkes

Nigerian Afrobeat phenomenon “Kay Da Ace” returns with this catchy and heavy song titled “Shenkes“.

Shenkes (Warri slang) means a young pretty lady and the song is a frisky narrative of a wild and vicious lifestyle. The Song was produced by Theory Sound.

Shenkes‘ is available on all digital stores platforms for streaming and download nationwide.

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The Music Video (Shot by Chiba Visuals) and co-directed by Kay Da Ace and was filmed in London UK at The Lightfull Studio Sidcup… Watch and Enjoy below

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Finally! Blackface Releases The Music Video For His Own “African Queen” Version… Watch!

Blackface African Queen

“African Queen” by Blackface… After waiting for 15 years to release his version of ‘African Queen’, a Mega hit officially released by 2Face in 2004, Blackface Naija returns again with the music video for his Version of ‘African Queen’ about a year later.

Blackface who has been known to be a ‘bone in the neck’ of 2face since “African Queen” dropped in 2004, waited for 15 years to drop his version which happened last year 2019. The reason for the release of his own version is very clear, Blackface has always said 2face stole the song from him. He has always claimed to be the composer of “African Queen,” from the lyrics to the rhythm and every other thing. This ownership claim by Blackface has created bad blood between himself and 2face in times past.

Same 2019 2face and Blackface met on stage during a concert in Festac, (a residential area in Lagos) and called truce to their disagreement. On that stage, Blackface promised to stop haunting 2face and to drop all allegations against him. But to everyone’s greatest surprise, the singer dropped his own version of “African Queen” around September 8 last year (2019) which caused a major uproar on the internet leading to lot of questions. LISTEN/GET AUDIO HERE

Today been August 7, 2020 Blackface returns with the music video for his own version of ‘African Queen’ He claimed 2Face now known as 2Baba stole from him years back (which made the star and African Legend he is now). Blackface’s “African Queen” version which is reggae-inspired and also sounds brilliant now has an official music video. What he tends to achieve with the release of this music video after years of the song been out still remains a mystery, *let keep our fingers crossed*.

The music video has a good and catchy love story that will interest you… Watch and share your thoughts below