Have You Seen The Visuals For Davido’s “La La” (@davido)

At the end of April afro-pop artist Davido released the official video for his trending hit single “La La,” a collaboration done with Ckay. The song is featured on his latest album, “A Better Time,” published in November 2020.

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Mr Eazi Shares New Visuals For “The Don” (@mreazi)

Afropop artist Mr Eazi Has just shared the official video for “The Don,” a song featured on his recently released EP, “Something Else.” On The record he laments on his lavish lifestyle, which he attributes to the sacrifices he had to make to become the star that he is today.

In the video however, he is presented as a literal don, someone who is regarded as the leader in the community. Click here or on the image above to check out the visuals and remember to like, comment and share.

Warrior King crosses over with afrobeat collab featuring MzVee (@Warriorking9 @mzveegh)

Jamaican reggae singer Warrior King is generating a major buzz in the music industry with his most recent single, ‘African Love’ – a collaboration with West African superstar MzVee. The afrobeat track, created by popular producer Jermaine ‘Crawba Genius’ Henry, infused with a Latin undertone, has been deemed a contemporary take on Warrior King’s authentic reggae sound.

The 2021 project, released on digital platforms on April 9, is a sample of the 1990s reggae hit single ‘Hello Mama Africa’ by Garnett Silk.

The ongoing pandemic was not a deterrent for the two music sensations. Vocals for MzVee and Warrior King were recorded separately – in Ghana and Jamaica.

‘African Love’ also features the musical skills of Keneil DeLisser on drums and Almondo Douglas, on guitar. The project is the second collaborative effort between Warrior King’s Rootz Warrior Productions and Crawba Productions; the first being the song ‘Moonlight Bright’ from the singer’s ‘Rootz Warrior’ album released in April 2016.

Yemi Alade & Patoranking’s “Temptation” Video Is Out Now! (@yemialadee @patorankingfire)

Yemi Alade and Patoranking are two musical giants currently representing Africa on the world stage. As such, it goes without saying that if both of them are on the same record the song is going to be a hit! This is the case with the track “Temptation,” which is featured on Alade‘s last album, “Empress.”

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Jamaica’s Warrior King & Ghana’s MzVee Collaborate On New Single (@Warriorking9)

After hyping it up for several days Jamaican reggae singer Warrior King finally shared his new single, “African Love,” done with Ghanaian artist MzVee. The record, which seems to be partially inspired by Garnett Silk‘s “Hello Mama Africa,” was officially released on April 9th via the Crawba record label.

Click here to stream and download “African Love” from your preferred music platform.

Have You Seen Yemi Alade’s New Video “Turn Up”? (@yemialadee)

A few days ago Yemi Alade shared another video from her Empress album, which was released last November. This time around the afro-pop artist dropped the visuals for “Turn Up,” track number twelve.

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Mr Eazi’s New EP “Something Else” Is Out Now (@mreazi)

Afropop artist Mr Eazi has released his new EP, Something Else. It is now available on all digital music platforms courtesy of Eazi’s own Banku Music label and emPawa Africa.

Produced by Killertunes and E Kelly, lead single “The Don” is a dramatic, opera-inspired slice of afro trap. On “E Be Mad,” the album’s second single, producer Kel P surrounds Eazi’s sonorous tenor with the textures of vintage Ghanaian highlife music.

In addition to Killertunes, E Kelly and Kel P, Something Else also features production from Spellz, Blaq Jerzee, and Jaylon. Its lone guest (on “Cherry”) comes from Kenya’s Xenia Manasseh, one of 30 emerging artists handpicked by Eazi to participate in the emPawa30 talent incubator.