Mr Eazi returns to his trademark Banku Music sound on “Personal Baby,” the simmering second single from his as-yet-untitled, forthcoming debut album.
Ghana’s favorite Drill overlord can’t and won’t stop saturating fans’ eardrums, linking fellow rapper, Ypee for his latest tune ‘Oye Wo Taste’. The new drop is another fun song from the London-based Drill artist, flush with the right atmosphere and content to get anybody hooked. His command once the hi-hats drop is plain brazy and made complete in guest rapper, Ypee’s dope verse. That aside, ‘Oye Wo Taste’ goes well beyond the addictive and converging styles of the two trailblazers. It presents lyrics which aim to paint your type of girl in often smutty puns delivered in a manner that simply slaps.
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Mere weeks after the reveal of his standout debut EP Manic Pixie Dream Boy, hotly regarded London based newcomer Ray Laurél reveals the beautiful video for EP focus track, Unconditional.
Ray Laurél recently revealed his hotly anticipated debut EP, ‘Manic Pixie Dream Boy’. 5 eclectic tracks showing the young polymath in full bloom, the EP features lead single ‘Unconditional’ and Pride anthem in waiting ‘Johnny’, rounding out a body of work which serves as further evidence as to why Ray has sent tongues wagging.
The British-Nigerian rapper SixSaidIt shares her confident Afropop-infused new single “Choosey”. The Los Angeles-based, genre flexible artist is gearing up to release her debut full-length album, Outside II, due out this fall.
A-swxg links with two of his city’s finest – Dayonthetrack and Kwesi Arthur for new Afrobeat-Amapiano collaboration ‘Party’ – a booming sound packed with lovely bursts of energy.
One of the many voices from Tema, A-swxg’s new collaboration easily gets our attention. It’s very aesthetic and boasts an ambience perfect for parties, which is a no-brainer for us with Summer ‘22 just around the corner.
Stream here: https://afrisounds.lnk.to/PartyYP
Prepping for their upcoming EP release “No Sad Days”, Kwe Pyscho, BBig Koni and Kweku Blankson and outdoor the official video of their lead single ‘Run Di Amount’ and it’s a wild one.
Collectively dubbed The Offis, the trio’s penchant for Afroswing; the melody that drives their combined styles hasn’t been this recognizable. It’s evocative of Dancehall and Hip-Hop done in a hardcore sense, mostly through blunt lyricism and some wrathful delivery no one wants to get in the way of, not even the Kwe Psyko production. Menacing is the word and like Kwe Psycho reveals deep into his hook, “If you owe me money better run di amount”.
Listen HERE: https://crux-global.lnk.to/theoffis-rundiamount
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Lagos-via-Peckham superstar Naira Marley returns with an explosive and lively official video for the GTTB single “Excuse Moi” with the French Afro-Trap rapper MHD. Directed by Lucie Morey and released via Marley’s own independent Marlian Music label, the video was shot on location in France and finds the two controversial artists paired perfectly alongside one another.
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The rising Kitsuné Musique artist Khazali has released “HIGH HOPES” – a sun-kissed banger that has potential to be a true song of the summer. In contrast to the more chilled out vibes and downtempo percussion of Khazali’s previous EP The Rush, “HIGH HOPES” is a bonafide pop smash, complete with shimmering disco guitar riffs, a sleek electro pop sound, and a massive hook that swings for the fences without sacrificing the subtlety and craft of his earlier work.
Jakarta native Warren Hue releases his debut album, BOY OF THE YEAR. BOY OF THE YEAR is a sonically complex body of work, dabbling in both hip hop and electronic music, with sprinkles of pop throughout. The album sees the city of Los Angeles through Warren’s eyes, told through genre-blending sounds and lyrical complexities. It’s his personal account of moving away from Indonesia, pursuing his dreams in music, and the challenging obstacles and vibrant triumphs he experienced being in a new city.
The album release comes alongside a dynamic music video for “IN MY BAG” with Tobi Lou.
Born Anthony Musoni in Bordeaux, France, Mood Supachild is a musician, singer, author and composer with his brand-new single and video, “Hate on You.” The new single is set to see Mood Supachild continue his rise and break new ground. Here he sings about love and separation of broken communication, of dependence and admiration.
Stream “Hate on You”: https://moodsupachild.lnk.to/hateonyou