Steve’ Slil exhibits his penchant for blending highlife and Afro-pop on this tuneful music titled “Nalo”. The song is a combination of melodious Afro rhythms and a sensual vocal / lyrical delivery. He uses pidgin, “Mbo” dialect and French to convey a soothing emotion.
Produced by Phillbill Beatz and additional guitar by Percy.
A real life story about someone who’s life is transformed from acute poverty to affluence and his prolonged desire to reconnect with his cherubic lover is accomplished using social media. It becomes a reignited relationship of immense love and fulfilled promises.
According to Steve’Slil ;
“The protagonist loved “Nalo” (Nalova) when he was broke and couldn’t afford her needs. He goes through the ordeal of rejection and reproach.
He gets blessed with riches and yearns to meet her again to prove his love and show her a good life.
“Ata Munya (God) na perfect designer, I di mbotoh (wear) na designer for my body, I go take you go Dubai for our honeymoon” .
Through a Google search, he finds her on Facebook. “Na Google I open for see you, Na Facebook I open for see you”
If you ever loved a girl and reconnected on social media and became marital partners, you’ll vividly relate with my song” .
Recently Oscar Award winner Lupita Nyong’o wore KibonenNY outfits on two the Ellen Degeneres show on Wednesday 22nd. Yesterday Monday 26th, she appeared on “Good Morning America” wearing another of our pieces all on her press tour promoting her new movie Queen of Katwe.
Ngoma has released the visuals of his acclaimed trap tune “Sors de ce corps”. The video delves into his life of abject pernury to affluence. Ngoma’s blend of his dialect, French and pidgin gives a special appeal and originality.
Pyramids Ent. Afro-pop crooner Seta Beatz sparked off this year with “Oshey Baba”. Known for his thumping beats and sultry vocals, Seta has resurfaced with a melodious and up-tempo club jam titled “Bisse” featuring Kikoh. The song submerges you into a festive mood. This is great artistry.
The speedy rise and rise of urban music in Cameroon from 2010 witnessed the starting up of a plethora of record labels.
Albeit some were simple Facebook pages with virtual CEOs, others made an indelible impression .
2011/2012, MUMAK took the industry by storm introducing a cream of talented music powerhouses like Jovi , Magasco, Mr Elad and Reniss managed by Jules Nya.
Friends Jules Nya and Jovi were indispensable visionaries who turned creative imagination into concrete evidence.
“Don 4 kwat” released in 2011 was phenomenal, blazing a trail and igniting a new era.
The entire “H.I.V” Album by Jovi was a remarkable revolution in Cameroon. This ended the era of Krotal, Ak’sang Grave, etc.
The label was considerably propitious, sparking a beam of hope for the industry.
The new concept of branding , gorilla online /offline marketing and a different level of video making took the industry to another dimension. February 16th made the magic with his visuals.
The industry was shocked when
Jovi and Jules Nya announced they were parting ways in 2013 after thrilling Cameroonians with a sizzling music. The reason for their severing of ties remained unknown.
Jovi and old business partner/ artist Rachel Applewhite started New Bell Music . Their relationship started in India where Jovi went to study audio engineering.
Reniss, Jovi’s long-time protegee from Mambanda remained fidel to his boss and continued working with him.
Jovi later recruited Pascal, Shey, Tata and Tilla to join New Bell Music.
Jules Nya relocated to Douala and continued doing music business under MUMAK imprint. He moved to Douala with Mr Elad whom he brought into MUMAK charmed by his incredible singing and music producing ingenuity back in Kumba. Magasco was still under Jules Nya’s management.
Things became stale when the “Line loba” hitmaker Magasco on “Hello” CRTV presented a new manager, a certain Barrister and proceeded to shoot the video of “Kumba market” without the consent of his boss Jules Nya , the MUMAK label head. The video did not even carry any MUMAK tag.
Magasco was hasty and antsy to reach his goal which let him to release a video that was massively criticised to be mediocre , way below expectation. Magasco had a misunderstanding with Jules. Magasco caught the attention of many music investors following his impressive releases under MUMAK and collaboration with Jovi.
Magasco was later signed to Pit Bacardi’s label Empire Company after the label dropped X Maleya.
Mr Elad dropped a sizzling tune titled “Chakara” in 2013 and still under Jules’ management clinched a remix with Nigerian superstar Iyanya. The seemingly fruitful business relationship between the two later turned soar , Mr Elad disclosed to the public he was no longer working with Jules Nya. He seemed dissatisfied with his business relationship with Jules.
MUMAK, a house that inspired Cameroonian aspiring artists and gave them the dream became inhabited by one man Jules Nya.
2015, Tilla was later fired from New Bell Music by Jovi.
STM Record’s Prolific music duo FluriBoyz are back with a soul-searching and soothing R&B tune titled “Jamais vu“. The song produced by Abz features hugely acclaimed singer Locko. The song is a profound expression of affection. Listen to this solid rendition.
Graceful 21-year-old Ayika Vennessaoriginates from Nso, North West region of Cameroon. She has a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of Buea. Modeling became her passion when she turned 19.
She became an enlistee under the reputable modeling agency TeamKellyB where she has been pursuing her career. She loves singing, acting, cooking, smiling and posing.
Vennessa has nursed the dream of becoming a top Model in Africa and the world.
Her refined dark photogenic color smashing body figure will definitely take her to the pedestal of upper-level models in Cameroon.
US based Franco Records protégé Vreezy Ville teamed up with Cameroon’s female rap diva Askia on this hit collabo titled “Shakiti-Dab”. Talking to fans in Maryland, Vreezy Ville told fans he is very excited about this track as it brings out another aspect of his lyrical power.
This track is actually a blend of African and western culture via their various music trends in which Shakiti is a song and dance created by Nigerian artist Olamide and Dab is an American dance currently trending all over the world. The song also has a little bit of hip- hop, jazz and reggae not forgetting the afrobeat in it which makes it unique in style and content. It is quite danceable and appealing to the ears. It is a rap song written and recorded by Vreezy Ville and it features Cameroon female rapper Askia. Track is produced by Big Joe and mastered by Salatiel.
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Kreef signee Mic Monsta is fast establishing himself as the dopest lyricist from Cameroon. No gain saying, he caught the attention of Jovi and earned his endorsement.
The Kumba-raised rap prodigy after thrilling Africa with “Fear”, has churned out a melancholic and satirical tune titled “Kwata state of mind”. In this emotionally profound opus, Mic Monsta delves into the theme of societal regression, hard knocks and the agony redolent of the streets.
The video, creatively directed by Dr Nkeng Stephens depicts a story of a child who wallows in pernury yet pessimistic . The video is breath-taking.
Salatiel has been consistently dropping solid club bangers . Best known for his hit “Fap kolo”, the producer and singer extraordinaire ain’t sitting on his laurel.
He recently joined forces with “Ca sort comme ca sort” crooner Maahlox Le Vibeur and label mate Myra and the outcome is mouth-watering. “Bougez la bas” is a heavy dance tune . It comes along with a unique dance move. The video was directed by Dr Nkeng Stephens. Cameo appearances include Mr Leo and “Eposi” master Blaise B.
Newbie artist EyeMass makes a remarkable debut with this sizzling tune titled “Vitavi” featuring talented traditional rapper Roqzen and Neglect. The song is so melodious laced with Nso language and English . Quite impressive to start your week.