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Rumour is rife that Rapper Mic Monsta has called it quit from Buea based record label Best Music Inc, a house to Ewube, Tzy Panchak,  Slimbeatz, Boy Cheez , Nami Nami Cyrus and Vumomse.

Nexdim Empire caught up with the manager of the label Ebot Blaise (DidiBlaise) and he vehemently confirmed to us that after negotiation talks with Kreef Ent,  the rapper has severed ties with Best Music.

The Kumba-raised rapper Mic Monsta now joins forces with R&B Hip hop sensation P. Jericho as frontline acts of the US-based label Kreef . Monsta had released  “N word”, “E no dey” and several hits under Best Music as well as “E p8 koi” remix with Jovi.

Best Music Manager Didiblaise equally spoke of the appointment of Slim Beatz as CEO of Best Music Inc who made it clear that the separation with Mic Monsta was not because of any misunderstanding and the label wishes him the best. The manager also made mention of pending release of videos by Tzy Panchak , Vumomse, Nami Nami Cyrus and Ewube in the months ahead.

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SPANKING NEW: Ambe-Double Double

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Ambe is inarguably the most consistent Cameroonian urban artist. He just keeps bringing sizzling new videos all the time. After an array of “Rendezvous”, “Dbou”and a thumping remix with Duc Z, Ambe resurfaces with an inspirational jam titled “Double Double” . A song that motivates you to work hard and acquire the riches that you deserve. The video is directed by Dr Nkeng Stephen and Ambe himself .

Ambe-Double Double (Official Video):

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The long awaited “Just Kossa” music video is now available online on Vevo. “Just Kossa” is the debut single of the up coming cameroonian artist “Larryne Melh” residing in Finland. This electrifying and captivating single won this beautiful and talented artist “The best new Afrobeat artist in Finland in 2014”.

In this inspirational musical piece, the Afro-pop sensation encourages the world to seize a moment to dance their pains and sorrows away for life is too short to waste it worrying about mistakes and regrets.  The video unveils the sexy and soft side of this astonishing lady .The video was written and directed by “Larryne Melh”.

Link to freely download the audio:


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After collaborating with Michael Kiessou on “Comment danse tu”, Yvich returns with a scintillating masterpiece titled “Parkinson”. The Song carries a sweet party-feel Rnb vibe. Directed by Mr Adrenaline.
Savour !

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Dr Sley and  the Green Soljas comprising Salatiel, PercyKell and David Drums are currently in Europe for the “Hope Tour” .
The tour kicked off on July 24th in Tubingen, Germany and the remaing tour dates are as below:
30th July – CAFEHAUST (University of Stuttgart) – Stuttgart, Gerrmany
2nd August – AFRIKA TAGE – Vienna, Austria
8th August – TROPEN TANGO – Lorch Wollmerscheid, Germany
9th August – AFRIKA TAGE – Dusseldorf, Germany
15th August – SUNSPLASH RAGGAE FESTIVAL – Rototom, Valencia, Spain


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With11754335_10153451409575349_8515848133965946880_o the much awaited debut album only a few hours away before its official public release,Stanley Enow proves he is ready to enter into a new phase of his music career and to put to bed all that has been previously said about him since his outburst into the Cameroon limelight in 2013.

Soldier Like Ma Papa” as the album is titled is foremost an autobiographical piece, a special personal piece which salutes his father Papa Enow’s career in the Cameroon police force and the opening track of the album “Commandant Zao” is befitting.

Soldier Like Ma Papa” also awakens a message of hardwork, dedication, triumph, challenges and success – emotions/phases of life which practically every human being goes through / will go through at some stage. It is an album just as diverse in itself as Stanley Enow’s own talent and capabilities. With ragga/reggae inspiration to RnB to rap, there is something in this album to suit many a musical taste…

In light of the eminent release a few hours away, we dedicate our post to five message points that we picked up from the album.


Right from the onset, Stanley Enow’s decision to kick off the album with “Hit The Road” featuring Bill Muicha reveals from the beginning the biggest responsibility shouldered by the children in the typical African home. We are all raised with the idea that our siblings, parents and even our extended family are our primary responsibility and once we are in a position to start providing, our duty of care to them also begins.

In “Hit The Road”, we see a young man who is prepared to accept his responsibility even though he himself is not in a comfortable position. He wants to elevate his family status, offer a plot for his mother, good school for a brother, hospital care for his grandmother – he is prepared to give the good things to his family to ensure their lives are better – he is prepared to go the extra mile because his status as a firstborn demands it.


In the “King Kong” track and from the video which was shot in South Africa, Stanley Enowdoes not hide the fact that he is happy to celebrate his own success…where he is at in life and what he has achieved so far in his very short music career which includes multiple awards and big brand endorsements. “I’m not lucky but I’m blessed…Stanley Enow trong pikin for trong town…when these boys dem see me oh boy dem bow down.”

In “Have A Dream” featuring Bill Muicha we are also thrown into the world of an individual who goes from nothing to something, from despair to success and is also comfortable celebrating this change of fortune.


Le pere noel n’existe pas reste la tu dors ne travaille pas…work hard mehn ne tente pas…sinon you go remain for back…” “You can make it if you try – be something.” The message is all clear, hardwork according to Stanley Enow is a major key to one’s success and there certainly is no Father Christmas who brings free gifts. If only we should try, we can try to be successful.


We lived together, but I can’t hold you now, just wanna hug you now”…a love song directed at a departed love, a love we yearn for but cannot reach out to or touch because they are either too far away or they have been snatched away by the hands of death…a part of life that resonates with every human being at some point.


Of everything that can be said about Stanley Enow, one thing is certainly undisputed and that is Stanley Enow “Etangnti Moh Manyang” is very proud of his humble Mamfe and Bafoussam roots which he celebrates in his songs. The Bayangi boy from Manyu division in the South West Region makes no attempt to cover up his family life either “ma papa be na soldier, mami  be na presbyterian church elder…

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Celebrating African music and heritage , the second edition of the annual African Muzik Magazine Awards AFRIMMA is set to take place on October 10th, 2015 at the Black Academy of Arts and Letters, Dallas. The highly anticipated nominees list has finally been unveiled setting the tone for the countdown to the Award show in October.

AFRIMMA is a highly anticipated award show celebrating the beauty of African music and artistry with many of the biggest names on the African music roster already confirmed for this year’s edition which promises to be a grand occassion. The award show will honor some of the world’s top African musical artists, producers and cultural influencers. The star studded event will attract guests from all over Africa and other cities throughout the United States as well as guests and honorees from various African countries.

Here is the nominees list for the second (2nd) edition of the biggest African music award show in Diaspora


  1. Best Male West Africa

Davido (Nigeria)

Serge Beynaud (Ivory Coast)

Wizkid (Nigeria)

Sarkodie (Ghana)

Flavour (Nigeria)

Carlou D – (Senegal)

Olamide (Nigeria)

Stonebwoy (Ghana)

  1. Best Female West Africa

Yemi Alade (Nigeria)

Wiyaala (Ghana)

Tiwa Savage (Nigeria)

Viviane Chidid  (Senegal)

Teeyah (Ivory Coast)

Becca (Ghana)

Almok (Togo)

Efya (Ghana)

  1. Best Male East Africa

Eddy Kenzo (Uganda)

Jaguar (Kenya)

Diamond Platnumz (Tanzania)

Bebe Cool (Uganda)

Jackie Gosse (Ethiopia)

Ali Kiba (Tanzania)

Dynamq (Sudan)

  1. Best Female East Africa

Khadija Kopa (Tanzania)

Aster Aweke (Ethiopia)

Victoria Kimani (Kenya)

Vanessa Mdee ( Tanzania)

Juliana Kanyamozi (Uganda)

STL (Kenya)

Irene Ntale (Uganda)

  1. Best Male Central Africa

Fally Ipupa (DR Congo)

Yuri Da Cunha (Angola)

Fabregas (Congo)

Nelson Freitas (Cape Verde)

Ferra Golla (Congo)

Coreon Du (Angola)

Jovi  (Cameroun)

Youssoupha (DRC)

  1. Best Female Central Africa

Arielle T (Gabon)

Coco Argentee (Cameroon)

Betty Akna  (Equitorial  Guinea )

Lady Ponce (Cameroon)

Yola Semedo ( Angola)

Laurette Le Pearle (DRC)

Mani Bella (Cameroon )

7.Best Male Southern Africa

Aka (South Africa)

Zeus (Botswana)

Cassper Nyomvest (South Africa)

Slap Dee (Zambia)

Stunner (Zimbabwe)

The Dogg (Namibia)

Donald (South Africa)

Vee (Botswana)

  1. Best Female Southern Africa

Bucie (South Africa)

Toya De Lazy (South Africa)

Ice Queen Cleo (Zambia)

Busiwa (South Africa)

Punah Gabasiane    (Botswana)

Lizha James (Mozambique)

Samantha Mogwe (Botswana)

  1. Best African Group

Psquare (Nigeria)

Bana C4 (Congo)

Toofan (Togo)

Sauti Sol (Kenya)

B4  (Angola)

Black Motion (South Africa)

R2bees (Ghana)

Magic System (Ivory Coast)

  1. Crossing Boundaries With Music Award

Fuse ODG ( Ghana)

Wale (Nigeria)

Knaan (Somalia)

Nneka (Nigeria)

STL (Kenya)

Asa (Nigeria)

Jidenna (Nigeria)

Tinnie Tempah (Nigeria)

11. Best Dancehall Artist

Stonebwoy (Ghana)

Timaya (Nigeria)

MC Norman (Uganda)

Wax Dey ( Cameroon)

Dr. Jose Chameleon (Uganda)

Shatta Wale (Ghana)

Patoranking (Nigeria)

Buffalo Soldier ( Zimbabwe)

  1. Best Dance in a Video

Lil Kesh ft Olamide, Davido  – Shoki  ( Nigeria)

Toofan – Orobo ( Togo)

Sauti Sol – Lipala ( Kenya)

Fabregas – Mascara (Congo)

Diamond and Flavour -Nana ( Tanzania & Nigeria)

Os DeTroia – Bella  (Angola)

Serge Beynaud -Okeninkpin (Ivory Coast)

Olamide –  Shakiti Bobo – (Nigeria)

  1. Best Gospel Artiste

Sammy Okposo (Nigeria)

Nikki Laoye (Nigeria)

Soweto Gospel Choir (South Africa)

Uche Agu (Nigeria)

No Tribe  (Ghana)

Icha Kavons (Congo)

Ntokozo Mbambo (South Africa)

Willy Paul (Kenya)

 Best Traditional Artist

Flavour (Nigeria)

Kwabena Kwabena (Ghana)

Dobet Gnahore ( Ivory Coast)

Lady Smith Blackmanzo (South Africa)

Mrisho Mpoto (Tanzania)

Tunakie (Namibia)

Soweto Gospel Choir (South Africa)

15.Best Newcomer

Kiss Daniel (Nigeria)

Pappy Kojo (Ghana)

Korede Bello (Nigeria)

Lil Kesh (Nigeria)

Mz Vee (Ghana)

Fabregas (Congo)

Ommy Dimpoz (Tanzania)

Bebi Philip     (Ivory Coast)

  1. Best Video Director

Moe Musa (Nigeria)

Godfather (South Africa)

Clarence Peters (Nigeria)

Patrick Elis (Nigeria)

Klasszik & JKP STUDIO (Angola)

Justine Campos (South Africa)

Ogopa DJs (Kenya)

Phamous Films    (Ghana)

  1. Best DJ Africa

Dj Jimmy Jatt (Nigeria)

Dj Xclusive (Nigeria)

Dj Joe Mfalme (Kenya)

Dj Cndo (South Africa)

Dj Black (Ghana)

Dj Creme de la Creme (Kenya)

DJ Shiru (Uganda)

19 Best African DJ USA

DJ Dozzie Ross (Nigeria)

Dj Amin (Kenya)

DJ Dee Money (NG/US)

DJ Ronnie (GH/US)

DJ ECool (Nigeria)

Dj Ebou  ( Gambia)

DJ Shinski    (Kenya)

  1. Afrimma Video of the Year

R2bee’s – Lobi (Ghana)

Wizkid – Ojuelegba (Nigeria)

Flavour –  Golibe      (Nigeria)

Diamond ft Flavour – Nana ( Tanzania)

Tiwa Savage – My Darling ( Nigeria)

Bebe Cool – Love You Everyday

Juliana Kanyomozi -Woman (Uganda)

Aka (South Africa) – Congratulate

21. Music Producer of the year

Don Jazzy(Nigeria)

Shizzi (Nigeria)

Killbeatz ( Ghana)

Oskido (South Africa)

Nash Wonder (Uganda)

Sheddy Klever (Tanzania)

Legendury Beatz (Nigeria/UK)

Dj Breezy  (Ghana)

  1. Best Dance Group

CEO Dancers

Unique Silver Dancers

Level 5

Imagineto Dance Company

D3 Dancers

23. Best Rap Act

Sarkodie (Ghana)

Aka (South Africa)

Olamide (Nigeria)

NGA (Angola)

Octopizzo (Kenya)

Phyno (Nigeria)

Cassper Nyovest (South Africa)

M.I (Nigeria)

  1. Best Collaboration

Harrysong X Kcee X Iyanya – Feel it (Nigeria)

J Martins ft Koffi Olomide – Dance For Me (Nigeria & Congo)

Serge Beynaud ft Eddy Kenzo – Lopangwe (Ivory Coast & Uganda)

Aka ft Burna Boy, Da L.E.S & J.R – All Eyes On Me (South Africa & Nigeria)

Toofan ft Dj Arafat – Apero (Togo & Ivory Coast)

Stanley Enow ft Sarkodie – Njama Njama  Cow Remix (Cameroon &Ghana)

Psquare ft Don Jazzy – Collabo (Nigeria)

Diamond ft Flavour – Nana (Tanzania & Nigeria)

  1. Song of the Year

Wizkid – Ojuelegba (Nigeria)

Korede Bello – Godwin (Nigeria)

Lil Kesh ft Olamide,  Davido – Shoki  (Nigeria)

Stonebwoy ft Sarkodie – Baafira (Ghana)

Roberto – Amarula (Zambia)

Diamond Platnumz – Nimpata Wapi   (Tanzania)

Sauti Sol – Sura Yako           (Kenya)

Cassper Nyomvest – Doc Shabaleza  (South Africa)

  1. Artist of the year

Flavour (Nigeria)

Diamond Platnumz (Tanzania)

Sarkodie (Ghana)

Cassper Nyomvest  (South Africa)

Davido (Nigeria)

Fally Ipupa (Congo)

Eddy Kenzo (Uganda)

Wizkid    (Nigeria)

Yemi Alade  (Nigeria)

Bucie        (South Africa)

  1. AFRIMMA Inspirational Song

Bracket ft Diamond & Tiwa Savage -Alive (Nigeria & Tanzania)

Irene Ntale – Woman (Uganda)

Sarkodie ft Castro – Adonai  (Ghana)

Jose Chameleon – Bwerere  (Uganda)

Psquare ft Dave Scott – Bring it On (Nigeria)

Eddy Kenzo – Be Happy (Uganda)

  1. Afrimma Best Humanitarian Artist

Sound Sultan (Nigeria)

Vanessa Mdee (Tanzania)

2face (Nigeria)

Lady Jaydee (Tanzania)

Wax Dey (Cameroon)

Buffalo Souljah (Zimbabwe)

Judith Sephuma (South Africa)

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Zion Record’s artist Charly B has released the visuals of his massively trending song “Love na love”. The Afro pop tune is currently enjoying tremendous success in English speaking Cameroon . The song features up and coming artists Grand Walket and Bsy. The video was directed by Chuzih.

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The prestigious MAMA 2015 edition just happened in Durban , South Africa.  The award ceremony was spiced by stunning performances by international acts Neyo and Jhene Aiko as well as other African acts. The winners were unveiled with Nigeria taking the lead in most categories including Best female (Yemi Alade), Best male (Davido), Best Group ( P Square) , and Song of the year ( Dorobucci”). It was a sinister day for Cameroon as both Stanley Enow and Jovi failed to cross the golden line. However, Cameroonians have expressed their supportive spirit of love and encouragement to their most celebrated urban artists and continue to be proud of them. Below is the full list of winners. 

The 2015 MTV Africa Music Awards #MTVMAMA2015 Winners:

Best Female: Yemi Alade (Nigeria)
Best Male: Davido (Nigeria)
Best Group: P-Square (Nigeria)
Best New Act Transformed by Absolut:Patoranking (Nigeria)
Best Hip Hop:  Cassper Nyovest (South Africa)
Best Collaboration: AKA, Burna Boy, Da LES & JR: “All Eyes On Me” (SA/Nigeria)
Song of the Year: Mavins: “Dorobucci” (Nigeria)
Best Live: Diamond Platnumz (Tanzania)
Video of the Year:  “Nafukwa” – Riky Rick; Director: Adriaan Louw
Best Pop & Alternative: Jeremy Loops (South Africa)
Best Francophone: DJ Arafat (Ivory Coast)
Best Lusophone: Ary (Angola)
Personality of the Year:  Trevor Noah (South Africa)
MAMA Evolution: D’Banj (Nigeria)
Best International: Nicki Minaj
Artist of the Decade: P-Square
MTV Base Leadership Award: Saran Kaba Jones & S’Bu Mavundla


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11058205_1030521640294029_1935007095326237645_nHello Nexdimers, Best Music Inc rapper  BOY CHEEZ after making a formidable debut with “Don man” he’s back with this powerful trap tune titled “Looku Looku”  (Produced By SLIMBEATZ).  He efficiently glides through the instru with his strong lyrical dexterity in pidgin English and French. This proves his versatility.  There’s no gain saying he is one of the most promising rappers to watch out for.

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