Get latest Camer Vibes in your inbox   Delivered by FeedBurner

After dropping “Vert-rouge-jaune dans le noir” (2008) and  “Kova Nova” (2012), Douala-based rapper Killamel has resurfaced with a solid tune titled “Mini Mini” featuring Dian O Mic. The video is simply beguiling , directed by Shamahk .


Related Posts



Posted In: Afro-pop, Top Songs by The Administrator

New Empire Company signee ”Bamenda Boi”  
Magasco has officially unveiled the video of his opus titled  ”Fine Boy” featuring ”Africa Mami” crooner and label mate Duc Z. The song is a propitious club banger. The video was directed by February 16th.

Enjoy !


Related Posts


Rapper Bayangi-Boy Stanley Enow has been nominated at the MTV Africa Music Awards in the Best New Act Category alongside other new African music heavyweights Burna Boy (Nigeria) ,  Phyno (Nigeria) , Uhuru (South Africa) , Heavy K (South Africa). His name is therefore inscribed in Cameroon music history as the first to be nominated at the award. 

The prestigious MTV Africa Music Awards (MAMA) nominations were revealed at a glittering nominations celebration at The Sands, Johannesburg, South Africa by MTV Base VJs Nomuzi Mabena and Sizwe Dhlomo, alongside Alex OkosiSenior Vice President & Managing Director,Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) AfricaTim Horwood, Channel Director, MTV Baseand Shirley MabiletjaBrand Manager: Absolut, Pernod Ricard South Africa, in the presence of nominees AKA, Beatenberg, DJ Clock, Burna Boy, Mafikizolo Professor, Oskido and Yuri Da Cunha.

The incredibly indomitable artist Stanley Enow stormed the Cameroonian music scene in 2013 with a phenomenal single ”Hein pere”. He recently dropped the visuals of the deluxe version of ”Tumbuboss” his sophomore single. To vote Stanley Enow for Best New Act, please go here:

The MAMA nominations in full:


Best Male:
Anselmo Ralph (Angola)
Davido (Nigeria)
Diamond (Tanzania)
Donald (South Africa)
Wizkid (Nigeria)

Best Female:
Arielle T (Gabon)
Chidinma (Nigeria)
DJ C’ndo (South Africa)
Efya (Ghana)
Tiwa Savage (Nigeria)

Best Group:
Big Nuz (South Africa)
Mafikizolo (South Africa)
Mi Casa (South Africa)
P Square (Nigeria)
Sauti Sol (Kenya)

Best New Act:
Burna Boy (Nigeria)
Heavy K (South Africa)
Phyno (Nigeria)
Stanley Enow (Cameroon)
Uhuru (South Africa)

Best Live Act:
2face (Nigeria)
Fally Ipupa (DRC)
Flavour (Nigeria)
Dr Malinga (South Africa)
Zakes Bantwini (South Africa)

Best Collaboration:
Amani ft Radio and Weasel – ‘Kiboko Changu’ (Kenya/Uganda)
Diamond feat Davido – ‘Number One’ (Remix) (Tanzania/Nigeria)
Mafikizolo feat May D – ‘Happiness’ (South Africa/Nigeria)
R2bees feat Wizkid – ‘Slow Down’ (Ghana/Nigeria)
Uhuru feat DJ Buckz, Oskido, Professor, Yuri Da Cunha – ‘Y-tjukutja’ (South Africa/Angola)

Artist of the Year:
Davido (Nigeria)
Mafikizolo (South Africa)
Mi Casa (South Africa)
P Square (Nigeria)
Uhuru (South Africa)

Song of the Year:
Davido- ‘Skelewu’ (Nigeria)
DJ Clock feat Beatenberg – ‘Pluto’ (Remember Me) (South Africa)
DJ Ganyani feat FB – ‘Xigubu’ (South Africa)
DJ Kent feat The Arrows –‘Spin My World Around’ (South Africa)
Dr Sid feat Don Jazzy – ‘Surulere’ (Nigeria)
KCee – ‘Limpopo’ (Nigeria)
Mafikizolo feat Uhuru ‘Khona’ (South Africa)
Mi Casa- ‘Jika’ (South Africa)
P Square – ‘Personally’ (Nigeria)
Yuri Da Cunha -‘Atchu Tchu Tcha’ (Angola)

Best Hip Hop:
AKA (South Africa)
Ice Prince (Nigeria)
Khuli Chana (South Africa)
Olamide (Nigeria)
Sarkodie (Ghana)

Best Pop:
Danny K (South Africa)
Fuse ODG (Ghana)
Goldfish (South Africa)
LCNVL (South Africa)
Mathew Mole (South Africa)

Best Alternative:
Gangs of Ballet (South Africa)
Michael Lowman (South Africa)
Nakhane Toure (South Africa)
Parlotones (South Africa)
Shortstraw (South Africa)

Best Francophone:
Arielle T (Gabon)
Espoir 2000 (Ivory Coast)
Ferre Gola (DRC)
Toofan (Togo)
Youssoupha (Congo)

Best Lusophone:
Anselmo Ralph (Angola)
JD (Angola)
Lizha James (Mozambique)
Nelson Freitas (Cape Verde)
Yuri Da Cunha (Angola)


Personality of the Year:
Chimamanda Adiche (Nigeria)
Omotola Jalade Ekeinde (Nigeria)
Trevor Noah (South Africa)
Lupita Nyong’o (Kenya)
Yaya Toure (Cote d’Ivoire)

Transform Today by Absolut
Anisa Mpungwe (Tanzania)
Clarence Peters (Nigeria)
I See a Different You (South Africa)
Leti Arts (Ghana)
Rasty (South Africa)

Related Posts


After his Multiple Award-Winning hit Street Anthem “Hein Pere“,Cameroon’s most Prolific, most Marketable and Charismatic Rap Artist is definitely here to keep blowing minds up. Introducing his highly anticipated new club street banger “TumbuBoss” (deluxe) Video…Motherland Empire’s Stanley Enow a.k.a Bayangi Boy is to confirm his self as Cameroonian Hiphop King and Messiah

Video proudly Directed by Shamak Allharamadji for #BrainFilms

Music Prod. by LawMcson

Enjoy !

Related Posts



Posted In: Afro-pop, Gossip, Hip Hop by The Administrator


Rumours that escalated  concerning a Gasha split with the record label Stevens have turned to be a big reality. According to information filtered  through reliable sources the Afro-soul / pop diva who hit the music scene in Cameroon with two ground-breaking  singles Khaki Mbere and This Life has amicably discontinued her ties with Stevens . She will henceforth continue working with the producer of her two hits Pazzo. He career however looks promising. Rumours are rife that the label has been eyeing No Hitz No Recordz protegee Daphne as a prospective substitute.

Related Posts



Posted In: Afro-pop, Hip Hop, Hot Videos, Hype by The Administrator

86 is  a fast-rising Afro-pop /Hip Hop duo comprising Kelly Blaise and Paps Jayfar. The multi-talented and versatile Kelly Blaise debuted his musical career under Chillen Musik label in 2006 alongside the Group EXCON and later switched his penchant to creative phtography and arts. He has been on the pedestal of reputable heavyweights in the entertainment industry in Englsih speaking Cameroon since then and had always forecasted a great return into music. He collaborated with Biniray on the hit Still be mine which was heavily aired across Africa Magic network. The success of a collaboration he did with Asian-based artist Paps Jayfar in 2007 inspired them to create the group dubbed 86. They are currently inscribing their name on the urban music scene with a terrific opus titled LANGA. The song talks about  burning desire for a girl  due to her tantalizing beauty.The video is off the chain, directed by Mr Adrenaline.

Savour !

Related Posts



“ONE” has an objective to bring investment to Africa and create job opportunities for African Youths. D’banj, the brand ambassador of One Agricultural campaign has rallied 19 other African superstars on a theme song ” cocoa na chocolate”. Cameroonian star Wax Dey features on this big project. The song was co-produced by Cobhams and DeeVee. Support “Do Agric”" by signing in on . You can equally download the song via the aforementioned link.

Related Posts



Posted In: Bikutsi by The Administrator

Mani Bella is the new buzzing name Cameroon .The Paris-based Bikutsi sensation is back with a sizzling single titled Palapala woman off her new album FACE A FACE ; J’en suis très ravie, je suis très très contente de constater que tout le monde est Pala Pala (rire) ; disons que je ne m’attendais pas à un retour aussi grandiose, le public adhère beaucoup et c’est un sentiment de grande satisfaction. She told The song is currently on  Top 20 African hits countdown on Trace Africa .


Related Posts



Cameroon’s rapper-producer, Jovi  releases his latest EP, “Kankwe Vol. 1? . Available for free download on and produced by Le Monstre, Jovi’s new 5-song EP features the his signature futuristic electro African hip hop sounds. The title “Kankwe” refers to Jovi’s unique language and style based in his Pidgin vernacular.  “Kankwe Vol. 1? follows a string of hits including “B.A.S.T.A.R.D.,” “Don 4 Kwat,” “Pitié,” and “Bush Faller,” and is the precursor to his second full-length album, to be released later this year. Jovi’s videos have been shown on Trace TV and Channel O, and his music has been featured on the BBC,,, and many more. Jovi is an award-winning rapper, producer, and sound engineer, and is the founder of New Bell Music, the growing hip hop label in Cameroon. Rapping in English, French, and Pidgin, Jovi mixes original beats with contemporary hip hop, African rhythms and instruments to create truly original, genre-breaking African hip hop.

Download HERE


Related Posts


Sine is seemingly on a video spree. After releasing ”Paple” featuring Petit Pays, the sultry singer has wasted no time to drop his next international video collabo with Ivorian mega star Meiway. The song titled ”Je te ya mo” is danceable tune for your shindig. ”Je te ya mo” has lately been the most popular Cameroonian phrase that features in songs. It comes after Da Thrill just released the same title ”Je te ya mo”.

Enjoy !

Related Posts