Sarkodie x Kwesi Arthur – “Who Da Man”

Sarkodie links up with new school rapper, Kwesi Arthur for new fire tune he titles “Who Da Man”. On the record, Sarkodie backs up his GOAT claims with stellar bars and flows. No need to be in doubt “who da man” really is. Listen & Enjoy. Source: zambianmusicblog.co

Burna Boy, Davido, Nasty C top 2019 AFRIMA continental nominees’ list

Burna Boy, Afro-fusion singer; Davido, Afropop star and Nasty C, South African musician, have scored the most nominations for the 2019 All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA). The list was released by the international committee of the AFRIMA on Monday. The continental categories are made up of the different genres of African music from hip-hop, jazz,Continue reading “Burna Boy, Davido, Nasty C top 2019 AFRIMA continental nominees’ list”

The legacy of DJ Arafat and how he took the Coupé Décalé sound to the world

A night out in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire’s commercial capital, is not complete until you find yourself in a line of Ivorians, all standing side by side facing the giant mirrors that line every dance floor in the city, dancing to a DJ Arafat song. The untimely death earlier this week of the man dubbed theContinue reading “The legacy of DJ Arafat and how he took the Coupé Décalé sound to the world”

Big Zulu – Ama Million ft. Cassper Nyovest, Musiholiq: audio, reactions

The famous Nkabi Rap founder, Big Zulu, is currently making headlines after releasing the highly anticipated single which is titled Ama Million. The jam, Big Zulu – Ama Million ft. Cassper Nyovest & Musiholiq, has massively received love from fans all over the world. Given that the track features the talented award-winning South African rapper,Continue reading “Big Zulu – Ama Million ft. Cassper Nyovest, Musiholiq: audio, reactions”

Cassper Nyovest wishes he was Nigerian, fans react

Local rapper Cassper Nyovest has angered his fans after claiming that he wishes he was Nigerian on Sunday. This comes after Mufasa was in a twar with Zakes Bantwini over the state of South African music after the “Tito Mboweni” rapper tweeted: “2020 for SA Hip hop!!!”Bantwini responded to his tweet by stating that the SAContinue reading “Cassper Nyovest wishes he was Nigerian, fans react”

Watch Cassper Nyovest’s new music video

South African rapper Cassper Nyovest has released a new video titled ‘Move For Me’. Directed by Laurenzo Dlamini, the video was released on YouTube and was sitting on more than 66 000 views just four hours after its release on the morning of 31 May. The song is taken off Nyovest’s 2018 album, Sweet and Short and features local singer Boskasie, whose powerfulContinue reading “Watch Cassper Nyovest’s new music video”

Walshy Fire Is Known for Dancehall. On ‘Abeng,’ He Turns Toward Afrobeats

The wave of intercontinental musical cross-pollination continues on Major Lazer member’s upcoming solo debut Five years ago, Walshy Fire, the Jamaican producer known for the global-club-mishmashes he makes with the group Major Lazer, funded his own solo tour of Africa. In Kenya at one point, “the driver had fallen asleep and nobody could find him,” WalshyContinue reading “Walshy Fire Is Known for Dancehall. On ‘Abeng,’ He Turns Toward Afrobeats”

Trace CEO holds masterclass at African Music Institute

Trace co-founder and CEO Olivier Laouchez was a special guest at the African Music Institute (AMI) in Libreville, Gabon, last month. During his visit, Laouchez facilitated a masterclass for master of media management and music business students, to whom he presented Trace’s work, told his personal journey in the music business and shared tips about media management. AMI’s students comeContinue reading “Trace CEO holds masterclass at African Music Institute”