Tilla releases her new single “A Meh Minah” ft. Jovi! The hard-hitting MC from Bamenda flows in Pidgin, English, French, and the Nliimbom dialect with her clever lyrics, witty punchlines, and deadly flows. Check out her new song HERE! Watch for her new video “Pantana” ft. Shey and Reniss and her debut EP “Kankwe Chap” coming out this week.
Best Music affiliated act Tzy Panchak is one of Cameroon’s fastest rising stars. His awe-inspiring debut with “Blanc et noir” brought him to the spotlight. He is now on fire. While anticipating the release of his brand new video “Nchinda”, the dancehall/Afro-pop sensation has dropped a beaut song titled “Mado”, a cover of Kiss Daniel’s monster hit “Woju”. Tzy undoubtedly did justice to the song . The beats was remade my Slimbeatz of Best Music Inc and studio session filmed by Mr Adrenaline.
I started working on OG Cool (album) in the fall of 2013 with one of my good friends, Nash B. During that period of time we recorded 30, 40 songs towards what I thought would be the final album. Summer of last year I lost the only harddrive that had the session files/trackouts and bounces for my entire catalog of unreleased music (1200+ songs/production/demos) to that point, (OG Cool included). One of my favorites from those album sessions (and closest to me) is a song called “Brother’s Talk”.
As a child to a foreign family, growing up in the states I grew used to not having a lot of blood family around me. It was always just me and my little brothers. This upbringing conditioned me to value the people closest to me as family and not just friends.
“Brother’s Talk” was a chance for me to hold a conversation with two close homies of mine that have been there as brother’s to me my entire life in their times of need. One friend lost a father and the other lost his way.
I originally intended on placing this on the album but for now this is a just a marker for major moments in time. This is the last bounce I did after I originally recorded the record at my home studio.
Much love to my lil bro Nash B for working with me on the production and the good homie, Myles Stefan for the amazing guitar solo at the end.
This is me, no mix just soul & love. I appreciate you for continuing to grow with me. The way is just a little bit longer. We’re almost there.”
Blueprint Hakeem and his brother Young Fame of Nebangu Muzik have released a new video titled “Ngomgham BWAII.” This is a tribute to their neighborhood. The video portrays the good side of Ngomgham which is education, and also the bad side, which is untarred roads that lead to the spread of sicknesses. It’s been a year since both we seen on the bang, “Ma Head Di Hot”. This come back after such a while definitely came harder.
Honeyed-voiced beaut singer Ewube makes an epic debut with a buzz song ‘Party All Nyte’. Apart from her physical appearance being a knockout, Ewube is well-endowed with the powerful vocal skill,charisma,lyrical aptitude,originality and flair to make her way to the créme de la créme of female R&b artists in Africa. She’s definitely the “African Rihanna”. ‘Party all nyte‘ , a solid dancehall song is just what the clubs desire to get everyone in a dancing mood. Here comes the much anticipated video directed by Didiblaise and shot by Dr Nkeng Stephen. The video has cameo appearances by Best Music artists , Steve’Slil, Tzy Panchak etc
One of the ways to give yourself a spiritual face lift is asking for forgiveness. Being sorry for causing emotional harm to someone. It is a scarpel which removes emotional scars. Humility melts a stone heart.
Following the polemic that ensued after Gasha went ranting against PBrodaz on Facebook and a video clarification of what we didn’t see as “Beef” surfaced, Gasha has tendered a humble apology to PBrodaz for clamouring before seeking the truth. “I’m sorry” says Gasha. This is evident in the screenshot below. This apology is a symbol of peace.
Up and coming artist Wally Kana a.k.a “Original Balikumbat Don man” has just surfaced on the music scene with his debut music video dubbed “O’ Parloo” . The tune is a melange of Cameroonian rhythm and Afro pop. WALLY KANA who is currently signed under MABANDA CITY EMPIRE MUSIC as frontline recording artist. The video was directed by Mosima P.
Afro Soul Pop Cameroonian artist Kei (full names: Kei Fofie) is pleased to announce the release of her first original single, “CRY”. Kei became famous worldwide two years ago after recording a cover of the Rihanna hit song “Stay”, which drew almost 150.000 views on YouTube within a couple of weeks – and which many still believe was better than Rihanna’s version. Now she’s proud to introduce her fans to her 1st original work titled “CRY”
A new STAR is born from the 237. Brace yourselves people, Kei is the new “IT” from Cameroon.
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Tay-O is back with a terrific follow up single after ‘Follow ma lida’. The soulful love tune is a dexterous melange of Benskin rhythm and Afro pop. The song was produced by Deecy and video directed by Sky Star. Made available to Nexdim by Mumak Management.