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D-Truce’s “For You” ft. Bella Alubo With the release of projects from Asa (Lucid), Teni (Billionaire) and Wale (Wow… That’s Crazy), Friday was stacked with a lot of great new music. However, that meant a few solid singles got lost in the shuffle, with the strongest of the lot being D-Truce’s fantastic “For You”, featuring […]

Too many Nigerian music videos are boring retreads of already tired concepts. That’s why we created #WatchThis — a weekly series that will dutifully curate visuals from the past week that deserve your attention. Patoranking — “Open Fire” ft. Busisiwa  When it comes to music videos, Patoranking has been killing the game for a while […]

M.anifest — “Big Mad” ft. Simi Following a rather memorable appearance on “Another Day” — a fan favourite off Burna Boy’s acclaimed album, African Giant — Ghanaian rapper, M.anifest teams up with another beloved Nigerian star, Simi, for his brand new single, “Big Mad”. On the impressive track, M.anifest raps about trying to win back […]

Joeboy has been one of 2019’s brightest stars. After the fantastic “Baby”, his masterful breakout hit, the afropop newcomer impressed with an equally great follow-up, “Beginning”. This trajectory rightfully earned him four nods at the upcoming Headies, including ‘Next Rated’ and ‘Song of the Year’. By far the biggest success story out of Mr Eazi’s […]

M.I — “Warrior” ft. Kauna Due to his ongoing beef with Vector — the general consensus being that his eloquent diss track, “Viper”, put him over the edge — M.I is enjoying an outpouring of love, as fans revisit his old projects. So, it’s no surprise that he just dropped “Warrior”, a solid track that’s […]

Tekno — “Skeletun” For the past year, Tekno has been very hit-or-miss with his releases, even managing to squander a Zlatan feature on the forgettable “Agege”. Thankfully, that isn’t the case with his newest single, “Skeletun”, which finds the afropop star better than he has been in a really long time Exceptionally produced by Phantom, […]

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