Montess just dropped a new tune titled “Chombe” . The fast-growing dancehall singer has been making a remarkable impression after his collabo with Stanley Enow and his AFRIMMA award nomination. On a well-fused Marvin Gaye “Sexual Healing” melodic progression into Afro-dancehall, Montess proves her lyrical and vocal potential. Produced by DJ Zee.
Blanche Bailly made a great at impact with her beautiful single ” Kam we stay” enabling her clinch a nomination at Balafon Awards 2016. She’s back with another powerful tune dubbed ” Mimbayeur” featuring the trending rapper and “Le gars la est laid ” crooner Minks. Produced by Phillbill Beatz. The tuneful refrain “Njumba no be marry” means courtship doesn’t mean marriage.
Formerly known as X-NO and later X-Kluzif of the famous rap duo T’n’S in Molyko, prolific rapper now rebranded as FlyHabit resurfaces with a sizzling cover of Asa’s acclaimed single “Maybe” under Hood Breed Label imprint. The rapper and producer dishes this opus as a fore-taste of his impending single “O bi mi”.
In this concious piece of art, FlyHabit lyrically, poetically and metaphorically expresses general and specific haps pertaining to life with respect to it’s “uncertainty” aspect.
Steven’s Music Entertainment announces the release of Daphne’s newest single.Her much anticipated single entitled “Calée,” was released today 03/02/17. The multiple award winning artist shines on this track and continues to show why she is one of the best voices in the industry.She’s received a lot of praise for this track, especially from Salatiel whom she partnered with for the first time to create this masterpiece. Daphne cherished this opportunity and in her words: “Working with Salatiel has been a blessing, and I look forward to other projects with him.”“Calée” is a fun, playful love story about a girl falling deeply in love. It’s easy on the ears and the music will make you want to dance as you soak in the storyline.With every single released, Daphne continues to bring something new and fresh into the Cameroon music industry. “I anticipate that people will love this new single and can’t wait for their feedback” says Daphne.“Calée” which is written by Salatiel, Mr Leo and Daphne, will soon be available on all digital media outlets. However, you can stream the full track at www.stevensme.com/music/ DOWNLOAD BELOW :
Alpha Better Records singer Mr Leo has officially announced his recently signed endorsement deal with telephone manufacturing company ITEL mobile as a brand ambassador in Cameroon. The “Jamais Jamais” hitmaker presents it as a “big deal” .
New Bell Music’s Reniss has been basking in glory since the release of her monster hit “La sauce”. The captivating and thought-provoking yet controversial phrase “Dans la sauce” was a remarkable trend during the just ended African Cup of Nations in Gabon championed by Cameroon. This phrase invented by New Bell Music went viral on media platforms across Africa and the President of the republic Paul Biya during his congratulatory speech equally made use of the phrase.
Orange Cameroon, a telephony company has taken advantage of the buzz “Dans la sauce” to proliferate their promotion campaign without permission from Jovi nor the artist Reniss who created the idea. Thus violating their intellectual property right.
Immediately this campaign surfaced online, New Bell Music has released a statement on Twitter condemning the act by the communication company and further threatened it won’t be easy on them.
“New Bell Music is protective of our intellectual property. Corporations don’t have to exploit artist’s ideas for their own gain”
Legally, if the patent has been protected by New Bell Music, this is what can happen.
A patent owner may enforce his patent by bringing a patent infringement action (lawsuit) in court against anyone who uses his invention without permission. If the lawsuit is successful, the court will take one of two approaches. It may issue a court order (called an injunction) preventing the infringer from any further use or sale of the infringing device, and award damages to the patent owner. Or, the court may work with the parties to hammer out an agreement under which the infringing party will pay the patent owner royalties in exchange for the use.
Franco Records presents the video for Award winning American based Cameroonian act; Vreezy Ville’s new song featuring the multiple award winning act Mr Leo, titled ‘All I want.’ The song was produced by Salatiel. It is a sweet love song that tells a unique tale of love. The video was shot by Nkeng Stephens in a location in Limbe; Cameroon. It perfectly portrays a story of love, betrayal, forgiveness and beauty. Click below to watch:
Dancehall Queen Ewube is undeniably one of the most consistent female artists in Cameroon. Her incredible charisma, vocal dexterity and sublime looks delivers a complete package to savour. With a cream of uprising female artists pursuing the same genre, Ewube seems to be raising the bar considerably high.
After rocking the airwaves with hot radio-friendly songs like “Party All night” , “Pop it”, frontline Omega Records songstress is back with a new thunderbolt dancehall tune titled “Choleh Me”. Ewube uses a local Cameroonian pidgin parlance “Choleh me” , a semblance of saying don’t mind her business . She’s indeed on her grind and big journey to the pinnacle. According to partner blog Kamerflow Magazine, in Choleh Me”, the Canal D’or nominee is telling us how to ignore our haters, those who choose to see only the evil in us, who want to paint a dark image of us and deny to see the good maybe because we are better than them.
The song was produced by Magic Fingaz and video directed by Adah Akenji.
Please watch, share, and comment and don’t forget to vote for her by sending Ewube (AGUF5) to 8800201 or call.
Alpha Better Records frontline solo artist Mr Leo has once more proven his unmatched qualities. “Je t’aime” is his brand new release featuring Congolese star Hiro. This appealing song comes after “Jamais Jamais”.
Talented duo Rythmz just resurfaced with a massive tune titled “Boboloh” . This soul-searching song comes after “Madame tout le monde” which was welcomed with considerable acclamation by the public. Dianee and Kezzy glide through this beautiful instrumental with sultry vocals and thought-provoking lyrics.