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September
15

VIDEO: JOVI – CASH

Posted In: Hip Hop, Hot Videos by The Administrator

 

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‘Mais l’argent a terre’  . Rapper Jovi has finally unveiled the  video of his new song “Cash”. The song is a creative blend of bikutsi and Hiphop beats. He establishes himself as a phenomenal producer. The video is impeccable beautified by originality in the dance moves and costumes. We keep praying for a collabo with Stanley Enow.

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September
10

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Buzzing Cameroonian rapper and  award-winning artist Stanley Enow is apparently on the fast lane. His announcement about the remix of “Njama njama cow ” remix with Sarkodie whetted the appetite of fans who expected the audio to drop soonest. The “Bayangi boy” has however gone beyond expectation to shoot the video which might be released simultaneously with the audio. He is indeed shutting down Ghana with Sarkodie. Stay tuned !


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September
3

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The much talked about video of  ‘I cut you cafe’ by Afro-pop/highlife sensation Steve’slil is finally here. The video is mouth-watering featuring prominent faces in the Cameroonian entertainment industry. Directed by Didiblaise.

ABOUT ” I CUT YOU CAFE’

Steve’slil is a prolific Cameroonian Afro-pop/ RnB artist officially signed to SJ Heven’s Entertainment Corp. On the heels of the sweet-sounding R&B tune ‘’Ebangha’’and ”Diana”, Steve’Slil proves his originality, proficiency and unmatched creativity as he unspools a 100% ‘Camer-embellished’ festive tune titled ‘’I cut you café’’. The colloquial Cameroonian expression is used to show respect or commend someone for an attribute or achievement. It is a mimic of military salutation which is equally fused in the dance moves of the tune. ‘I cut you café’ is an up-tempo Afro-pop opus with a makossa bass line, drum and guitar pattern. This sultry R&B/pop delivery gets you in a shindig mood. Steveslil says he got inspiration listening to makossa and uses excerpts of Rumta’s most famous hit ‘’Bambampe’’ which he says immortalizes his childhood. The song was produced by Slimbeatz of Best Music Inc.

Enjoy.


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September
3

« FREEBOY » c’est le nouveau single de l’artiste rappeur camerounais SPIDO, en collaboration avec SADRAK un des pionniers du hip hop camerounais.
De son vrai nom TCHOMBA HERVE, SPIDO est né dans les années 1980 et a grandi à Douala au Cameroun. Il découvre le hip hop au début des années 90 et débute sa carrière dans plusieurs groupes de rap tel que Afrocine, Beri City Zoo et bien d’autres. Sur son parcours, il collabore avec pas mal de pointures artistiques comme Jovi, Sadrak, Chrisley, Boudor, NDJN KHOOZ, avant de trouver un style à lui qu’il baptisera de « Kwata style ».

SPIDO, loin de l’égo-tripe, se positionne aujourd’hui comme un artiste engagé ; un véritable ‘haut-parleur’ de ces quartiers qualifiés de bidonvilles, qu’il représente fièrement car, pour lui, on n’y trouve pas que du désordre et de la pauvreté mais aussi beaucoup de fraternité, solidarité, respect et amour. C’est dans cet esprit qu’après ses deux tubes à succès « TU AS KEL TETE » et « SURE MBOM » il revient cette fois avec « FREEBOY » en collaboration avec Sadrak un des pionniers du hip hop camerounais membre du groupe Negrissim’.
“FREEBOY”, terme qui signifie littéralement “Garçon libre ” en français est aussi assimilé des fois à ‘ghettosard’ dans le jargon camerounais ou encore à une personne sans stress, une personne qui s’en fout. Parti de ce constat, SPIDO ET SADRAK veulent interpeller beaucoup de jeunes de quartiers qui ont une mauvaise perception de ce qu’est un enfant du ghetto.
“FREEBOY” est un concept qui invite les jeunes à connaitre les vrais engagements qu’impliquent le fait de venir du ghetto. Un “FREEBOY” n’est pas un voyou, car lui aussi a des responsabilités, des engagements et un cœur. C’est un anticonformiste fier et conscient des difficultés de son environnement, capable d’être libre même en étant en prison car la vraie prison c’est la conscience. Ce concept vient casser cette image négative qu’on a des gars du ‘donkwata’ (Ghetto).
” FREEBOY oui gars depuis le day où je suis né ” … C’est par ce refrain que Spido et Sadrak nous invite donc à être libre, à avoir une âme d’enfant dans un corps d’homme. Soyons donc des #FREEBOY !


Liens :
Soundcloud:  https://soundcloud.com/black_mountain-1/freeboy-spido-sadrak
Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/spidofficiel
twitter. https://twitter.com/spido_officiel
Contact manager: Didier TOKO / Mobile : 00 237 96 37 93 31


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September
3

VIDEO: JULZ FT AMA FRU – SHISHI

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UK-based rapper Julz has released the anticipated video of his solid club song ‘Shi Shi’ featuring RnB sensation Ama Fru. The audio went viral following its release early this year. The video deserves acclamation.

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September
1

Sandy N

Sandy N is a fast-rising female artist based in Buea. After collaborating with Makossa star Narcisse Pryze ON ‘I sabi cookam’, the sultry singer has unveiled her brand new single featuring Salatiel of Da Thrill. The video was produced by God Father Entertainment.
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August
25

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All so fresh on the international music scene, after the release of his mini album kaleidoscope called “Mr. Pleasure”, Frank Kesi, singer and composer of Cameroonian origin, presents his brand new video for the song “I No Be Know”. If you find any similarities between this clip and the “Bouge” video from X Maleya, this is no coincidence. Notice the slowmo effect, the look of the leading girl and the energetic dance steps in both vids. Frank Kesi recognizes the talent of others in showbiz and his small nod to the singers of “Bouge” and “Mon Ex” here is  just the type of behavior he wishes to see in Cameroonian urban culture.

“There are many artists in Cameroon who think that the people of the Diaspora are disconnected from their roots. This is not true! It won’t hurt to support and respect each other once in a while,” says the artist, who despite his affinity with genres such as reggae and R&B, kept his African authenticity. Although nobody dares to say it out loud, there has always been some type of animosity between artists residing in Cameroon and those who live oversees. The Cameroonian artists of the Diaspora are always accused of only coming back to their roots when they need help selling music. Long time French expat Pit Bacardi broke the mentalities when he dared to push acts like Duc-Z and X Maleya under his Empire Company.

Kesi’s interesting touch on his video won’t go unnoticed. Check it below!

http://www.frankkesi.com/

Facebook: facebook.com/F.Kesi

Twitter: @frankkesi1

Instagram: frankkesi


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August
22

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New Bell music diva Reniss has resurfaced with a brand new single titled ‘Owe owe” featuring rapper Sadrack. It’s a beaut piece to get you dancing. She didn’t disappoint. Her vocals are just on point.
Click on the link below to listen and share.
http://soundcloud.com/new-bell-music/reniss-ow-ow-ft-sadrak


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August
22

VIDEO: MAGASCO – MARRY ME

Posted In: Afro-pop by The Administrator

Bamenda Boy Magasco has released the video of his song ‘Marry Me” extracted from his forthcoming album. This soothing music comes after ”Fine Boy” . The video was directed by Ndukong a.k.a February 16th.

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August
22

Photo: And the story continues, Its Best Music Baby!!

Best Music Inc label soldiers comprising ”Party All Nyte” queen Ewube , Cyrus, Mic Monsta, Slim Beatz just dropped the cover of Rands and Naira. It’s a perfect vocal rendition by Ewube and a show of lyrical dexterity by the rappers. The instrumental was remade by Slimbeatz the talented fingers behind Steveslil’s ”I cut u cafe” .

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