After a well-received single with Eddy Kenzo, US based Cameroonian Artist Yong Flo is back with a new Afro-pop tune titled “Oh Yes” released under Best Music Imprint . A melodious rhythm embellished with sultry vocals. The video was directed by Dr Nkeng Stephens.
Mellow-voice singer Daphne hooked up with Makossa legend Ben Decca on a sick tune titled “Ndolo”. The emotion conveyed in the song is irresistible. She has unleashed the video of the song, directed by Dr Nkeng Stephens.
Reniss releases her new single “Pilon.” A high-energy dance track produced by Le Monstre with his signature Mboko sound, “Pilon” is a fusion of Cameroonian genres. Reniss celebrates women’s independence and wordplays on the title, which means “pestle” in English, referring to the mortar and pestle, a staple in cooking in Cameroon and throughout Africa. Singing in French, Reniss continues representing Cameroon’s diversity with her unique blend of pop sounds and multilingual lyrics.
Mihney stormed the urban music scene in 2015 with her solid trap tune “Depuis quand”. Though this video comes about a year after the audio release , Mihney still delivers with incredible charisma . The video directed by Sky Star.
New Bell Music signee Pascal has garnered a massive following due to his rap dexterity and his relatable lyrics. He is fast becoming an icon to reckon with. His concert held at Spyce Nightclub Buea was electrifying and worthwhile. He performed tunes from his recent EP “Work dey” to screaming fans. Without a single video out yet , Pascal has succeeded to create a big impact in the urban music scene. “Kana Kana” , off his EP is a song that deserves a video. Watch how fans sing along. Merde !
Enjoy an excerpt of the concert courtesy of Je Te Ya Mo.
Maahlox has been consistent after his explosive breakthrough with “Ca sort comme ca sort”. As a follow up single after his hit song “Tuer pour tuer”, he has dropped a new video dubbed “Ca ne rit pas” , shot in Paris. The song delves into the illegal hustle of some Africans in the diaspora.
At just 19 years old, Cameroonian artist Fulbert has launched himself into the music world, and brings a new and unique soothing Afro trap-RnB sound with his first single titled “Conviction”.
Fulbert, who hails from the western province of Cameroon despite growing up in Douala, is now realising every artist’s dream, which is to make his music and his universe (mixing pop, soul, rnb) accessible to the greatest amount of people.
A ‘strong’ title, where the artist reveals his dilemma: pursue his passion for music, or simply please his parents, and focus on his studies that are the “only way to succeed in life!”
“Conviction” was produced by DJ Bozeur, and the song has been chosen to be the official anthem of the first edition of PUMA tournament, a football competition in partnership with City Sport, which will see the participation of 120 Cameroonian children who hope to realise their dream of becoming great professional footballers.
Fulbert begins to familiarise himself with music and different music styles at an early age. Aretha Franklin, Tchana Pierre, Chris Brown, Adele, Charlotte Dipanda, Locko and Dynastie le Tigre are among the artists who have inspired him to become a singer.
“Conviction” can be streamed on the artist’s Soundcloud page and other digital distribution platforms.