Buea-based fast rising artist X Viruz just shot the video of his new tune titled “Wadu” featuring “the king of ajebota” West Don. The video was shot at the refurbished Mountain Hotel Buea. Take a breather and enjoy the tune via the link below.
DeeCy is one of the most dexterous rappers the burgeoning Cameroon urban industry can boast of. After featuring on Jovi’s “HIV” album brilliantly , the Buea – based prodigy has been in obscurity for over a year honing his art. He has resurfaced with a Smashing song titled “Ngombé” produced by himself. The beat is thumping, solid punchlines and originality properly portrayed . The hook “Ngombe ” is an old folkloric tune popular in English speaking Cameroon. Deecy is presently under Abok Nation imprint.
Empire Company artist Magasco is currently in Gabon for his first international concert. The Bamenda Boy shall perform on Saturday October 25th in Komo alongside Gabonese budding artists Saydrik London, LZ, and more. The show is partnered by Snack Bar Hotel Belinga.
Stanley Enow is representing Cameroon gamely and proudly. The Guinness Ambassador featured in the Guinness sponsored song ” Black Commando” alongside Nigerian rapper Olamide and Ghanaian superstar Fuse ODG. It’s another trigger of polemic as Stanley Enow’s PR Cynthia Tabe took to Twitter saying ” Je Wanda nous attendons la critique De Black Commando” . This is just an irritating step on the toes of Celine Fotso. Well, enjoy the visuals of the song.
West Don just released a brand new opus titled ” Marry you” as a follow up single after “Bend over” feat. Terry G. The song is a story of love and marriage. Produced by Emile Ngumbah, the magic fingers behind Steveslil ‘s “Diana”.
The long anticipated movie premiere of “Far” produced by Agbor Gilbert Ebot ‘s AGE production is slated to take place on November 1st at Hilton Hotel from 6pm and November 2nd at BOJ Bonanjo Douala from 3pm. The blockbusting movie stars Nigeria superstar actors like Jim Iyke and Dakore as well as renown Cameroonian actors Epulle Jeffrey, Solange Yijika and Solange Yijika. Grab your tickets by dialing the number 77209753.
Kumba-raised singer and rapper Blake Akhim has dropped his first official single ‘Les bobo’ which is an auto-production depicting the putridity of society inciting youths to hardwork. ”Les Bobo ( les riches) est une chanson dans laquelle Akhim dénonce l’attachement aux matériels et incite les jeunes à plus d’effort” .
La Star du Bikutsi Lady Ponce a dévoilé jeudi 16 Octobre son nouveau vidéogramme intitulé « Poisson Fumé », vidéogramme qui annonce son 6e album de huit titres intitulé « Bain de son ». Réalisé par la structure NS Picture, « Poisson Fumé » a été tourné dans le département du Noun (Foumban).
« Chers Fans depuis 2 ans nous Chantons ensemble cette Chanson tirée de l‘album “bain de son“ et plusieurs d‘entre vous m‘ont demandé de la sortir et c‘est pour l‘Amour que je vous porte que j‘ai choisis mettre en avant “poisson fumé“; Une autre chanson avait été retenue par mon staff. “Poisson fumé“ nous l‘avons composé ensemble et c‘est avec beaucoup d‘émotion et de gratitude que je vous propose ce vidéogramme. Ne l‘oubliez jamais: sans vous mes fans je ne suis rien. Je vous aime. BONNE DÉGUSTATION DE POISSON FUMÉ. » A-t-elle écrit sur sa page facebook.
Cameroon’s Blogosphere and social media has been buzzing since Celine Fotso of Je Wanda magazine published an article slamming ‘constructive criticism ” on Stanley Enow ‘s career approach. Some have considered this action as a shallow attempt and pre meditated to have his career torpedoed or punctured and a further jaundiced point of view on her part. Culturebene, a popular Cameroonian blog referred to the article as “The inept stupidities of Je Wanda against Stanley Enow” while others have been fanning the flames taking side with the author of the article Celine Fotso. Of course yes. She made very sensitive points and every artist should try to consider taking another approach when the feedback from a majority of fans is outright and persistently negative . But her missile was so massive on someone she has never supported earnestly from day one. Maybe her very cordial relationship, very very cordial relationship with Jovi was another motivating factor .
Adrenalin keeps pumping as a myriad of arguments culminate into the joust between Stanley Enow and Jovi which to me is uncalled for. Jovi’s recent release after “cash” titled “et p8koi” has been fueling the whole drama as some Stanley Enow fans claim it’s an indirect beef.
Recently Stanley Enow who is presently basking in the glory of being Guinness “Made of Black” ambassador posted on Facebook that he is rounding up his verse of a huge collabo with A.K.A and had this attached
” I di leave di petit rappeur dem for back house stuck in Yaounde they think it’s first class”.
We dunno who he is referring to. Is that suppose to be a retaliation after the Celine Fotso drama? . And recently both rappers have refrained from sharing each other’s brand new releases on social media.
Hahaha. The Celine Fotso article wasn’t a publicity stunt for an impending collaboration between the two headline rappers. The rumour rife on social media is false. Both rappers are not friends, they don’t ball together .
A collaboration could however be a formidable boost to the urban music game. Let’s see how the movie unfolds.