Belizean reggae artist Nego Hights, who is now residing in the United States, is determined to Go Harder this year! He made that decision after his near death experience with covid-19 in 2020. According to the singer: “I had to give up music for the better part of 2 years and at one point was told by the Doctors that I might not be able to perform any more. After surgery and breathing issues I decided that I will perform again and started telling my self I have to go harder than before to get back and surpass where I was in 2020 before I got sick.”
After making that decision, Hights wrote Go Harder. And with the help of producer Wadadah II, he arranged and mixed the single, which is now #2 on DJ Kat’s Top 5 (UK). The production was done at DOVE Muzik Studio in Evanston, Illinois (United States). Nego Hights and the team at DOVE Muzik report that Go Harder is making a lot of noise in parts of West Africa, the U.S. and the U.K. It is also considered a hit on social media.
Hights responded to its rapid success by saying: “I would like for this song to bring out the best in the listeners, this song is all about you being your biggest fan, cheerleader, believer and supporter and I pray it will encourage and motivate the listeners to Go Harder for their goals no matter what.”
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Afro Nation, arguably the world’s biggest afrobeat music festival, has announced their first U.S. show, set for May 27 and 28 at LoanDepot Park in Miami. They’ve also shared that African pop stars Burna Boy and WizKid will be the headliners.
They will be supported by Rema and Asake, dancehall legend Beenie Man, CKay, BNXN, Black Sherif, French rapper Franglish, and many more.
Nigerian Afro-fusion artist Omah Lay has released the official video for Soso – track #11 on his Boy Alone debut album, published earlier this year. The very creative clip, which was directed by Topshotta, perfectly reflects the song’s lyrical depth.
If you have not yet seen the visuals, click here or on the image above to check it out, and remember to like, comment and share.
Nigerian pop-star Burna Boy is on a world tour in support of his sixth studio album: Love, Damini. The afrobeat record was released in July of this year, and it features several international performers including Jamaican dancehall artist Popcaan.
That said, Burna Boy will be doing a full set at the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica on Sunday, December 18. We are still not clear on who else will be on the show.
Released only a few days ago – Loaded, performed by Tiwa Savage and Asake – is already being called a hit by afrobeat lovers. Both song and video went live on music platforms on November 7th; however, the visuals is already sitting at over five million views.
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This past Friday, Limoblaze dropped the official video for Pull Up, track #1 on his new album, Sunday In Lagos. The LP was released at the end of October following his signing to the popular gospel-hip-hop label Reach Records.
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Organizers of the 2022 Caribbean Culture Fest are busy making their final preparations for the big event this weekend. The two-day festival, centered around Afro-Caribbean culture, will take place on October 15th and 16th at Miramar Regional Park in Miramar, Florida.
This is an all ages, family affair, that will have several performing artists of Caribbean and African descent. Featured artists include: Destra Garcia, Mr. Killa, Pheelz, Kenny Haiti, Nu Look and many more. Get tickets here.