Thursday, 18 December 2014

Flippa - African Son [Prod. by Robot Orchestra and Mixed by Xprez 1 Jewel]

African Son is a single and track number 1 on Flippa’s debut mixtape, Nothing Subliminals.
This track was produced by Robot Orchestra and mixed by Xprez 1 Jewel.

Download and leave your comments below!

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Tuesday, 16 December 2014

Coptic Presents... The Rising Stars Of GH Vol III, "Keep Shinning" Feat. M.anifest

Coptic continues to deliver on his promise of a
musical Christmas with Keep Shining, which
follows up last week's street anthem: Real Niggaz ft Sarkodie & X.O Senavoe. M.anifest’s performance on the track is
mind-blowing; his punch lines speak to everyone. For Azonto fans and musicians alike, he had these bars:
“Silly songs you used to make,
Just to make em percolate,
Me I always knew Azonto
Had an expiration date”

For MCs claiming their greatness, he had these bars: “They claim they great, Bring the resume, Lets investigate” According to Coptic: “M.anifest killed this song, when I heard his verse, I was like whoa! The track, his vocal tone and lyrical style were a perfect match”


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Tuesday, 9 December 2014

Coptic - Real Niggaz (Feat. Sarkodie & X.O Senavoe)

When the two titans of African rap meet, it’s a beautiful thing. The beat suffers, people are entertained and lasting statements are made. Especially if the rappers involved are the irrepressible Sarkodie and the unparalleled, dual-representing X.O Senavoe, both of whom made the prestigious 2014 Lobatan Africa Top Ten Kings of Africa Hip Hop.

Produced by world-renowned producer Coptic for his third installment of “The Rising Stars of GH” albums, the lead single, “Real Niggaz”, is laced on a hard-hitting mélange of synths, speaker-bottoming bass and drums.

The instrumental’s heat is matched by their verses. Sarkodie delivers a clear distinction between what real and fakes do, rapping: “Real nigga no go claim hard on twitter, wey e go go wank on Skype” and “Fake niggas wey dey hate on boys, fake niggas be employed”. Senavoe renders a light-hearted verse and focuses it on the real. “Real niggas keep you in check, real niggas cut you a check”. And also interlaces and slips in his verse entendres and metaphors here and there to remind you why he’s fast gaining renown as the continent’s new rap giant. “Forget rap, yenko (let’s talk) the real world, truth is I’ll body you too (two) – Siamese”.

Coptic Presents… The Rising Stars of GH Vol III album will be released on December 25th and in addition to X.O and Sarkodie, will have features from Kwaw Kese, Jayso, Edem, M.anifest, DBlack, Jon Germain, Young Noble (2Pac’s Outlawz) and Stonebwoy to mention a few stars. Album honcho Coptic says he does this because “I enjoy working with the various talented artists, bringing quality hiphop music to Ghana and the rest of Africa, and exposing local Hip Hop to the American hip hop fans."

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Wednesday, 3 December 2014

A.J Nelson - Mama Africa (Feat. Nelson Manora) (Prod. By Magnom & Manora)

​Current hot topic on the music scene, A.J Nelson has finally released his most talked about international collaboration with Congolese instrumentalist, sound engineer and performing artiste popularly known as Nelson Manora.

“Mama Africa” is an Afrop-Pop/Francophone rhythm which tends to talk about the perfection of African women. Their beautiful curves, the way they dress, cooking skills, and finally how they love and treat men is exceptional.

Listen to the banger below & leave your comments. 

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Saturday, 29 November 2014

Emperor - Military Freestyle [Prod. by Qube]

This is the first single off the Underground Kings mixtape Hosted by which is scheduled for release next year 2015.

Emperor came out 3rd in the just ended MTN Hitmaker 3. In recognition of his performance we decided to drop his track  off the Underground Kings first.

Take a listen to his Military Freestyle and wait for the whole project next year.   

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Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Dex Kwasi - Boom Bye Bye (Feat. E.L) (Prod. By Kuvie)

Lover of Afrobeats? This is a unique Afrobeats banger with a touch of Hip-Hop. The exceptional artists on this tune are Ghana’s newest sensation “Dex Kwasi” and Ghana’s finest talent “E.L.”

‘’Boom Bye Bye’’ is a song best described as an all time song for every music lover. If you are a rap lover, this song is for you as well. The two talents on this song can rap and mesmerize.  The beats are banging, the voices are sleek and the lyrics are on point. Kuvie did his magic on the beats and undeniably this song is worth listening to.

Get your dancing shoes on and make sure to Azonto to this incredible tune. Listen, download and share.

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Monday, 24 November 2014

Scientific & Quincy B - Shawty (Prod. By Infectious Michael)

Scientific a Liberian born-Ghanaian based Hip-Hop/Rap musician bounces back in a new sizzling hit with Quincy B, a Liberian artist/producer. 'Shawty' is a song which best describes an African Queen, who is one in a million, with a body like a goddess and worth trading the world to be with. 

With songs such as 'My Dream', 'Feel My Pain' and 'I Can See The Light' amongst others, Scientific portrays himself as a talented, sleek African artist who appreciates and celebrates his roots and people through music. With songs depicting the hardships in Liberia and Africa, the tends to motivate Liberians in particular to fight to achieve their dreams, this time around its a song to tell the African woman how beautiful and adored she is. According to Scientific, his African Queen is a 'Precious Diamond'. 

In a short interview with Scientific, he says ‘I wanna give Quincy B a bigger platform so I prefer this because we both did the song and he brought the idea as well’.

Quincy B who happen to be Wonda World newly Signed artist also graces this song with his angelic voice which mesmerizes and  sends his listeners into another world. In such an era where most of our African women including young ladies are swayed away by what is termed as 'Western beauty’, this song is much needed to prove that our African Queens are still appreciated and loved in their natural skins and culture.

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