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GuiltyBeatz — “Uthando” ft. Nonso Amadi GuiltyBeatz, the acclaimed Ghanaian producer who’s worked with Beyoncé, Mr Eazi and more, just dropped his debut project, Different — an expectedly impressive 6-track EP. The project, which features solid appearances from Joeboy, Falz and Mr Eazi, is engrossing at every turn, but the track that stands out the […]

Tekno — “Kata” Last year, after a few forgettable tracks, Tekno finally landed his first truly great banger in a while, “Skeletun”. Well, the afropop star seems to have done it again with his first single of 2020, “Kata”. Brilliantly produced by Phantom — the same beatsmith behind “Skeletun” — “Kata” is an infectious track […]

If we’re going to be honest, the people at Mount Zion did us all dirty as children. A lot of their movies was a major cause for nightmares for many of us. Well, thank God for growth; we now see the light. Now we can throwback to these movies and laugh at how fearful they […]

Bored and alone? Well, the feeling is mutual. This social distancing is not helping matters. But one has to do it; staying safe matters. While you are staying safe, we made a playlist of evergreen Nigerian love songs that you can listen to. NB: This is by no means a definitive list. There are a […]

Odunsi — “Decided” ft. Tems Every song Odunsi (The Engine) has released since his career-defining debut, rare. has been undeniably solid. His latest effort, the Tems-assisted “Decided” is no different. On the honest and deeply moving track, Odunsi sings about his non-existent relationship with his father and how that affected him in ways he never […]

While the year in music started off rocky, a lot of our favourite stars have since come through with at least one banger. So, here are 10 singles from the first quarter of 2020 (January to March) that soared above the rest. Rema — “Beamer (Bad Boys)” 2019’s biggest breakout star, Rema started off 2020 […]

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