Montess just dropped a new tune titled “Chombe” . The fast-growing dancehall singer has been making a remarkable impression after his collabo with Stanley Enow and his AFRIMMA award nomination. On a well-fused Marvin Gaye “Sexual Healing” melodic progression into Afro-dancehall, Montess proves her lyrical and vocal potential. Produced by DJ Zee.
Franco Records presents the video for Award winning American based Cameroonian act; Vreezy Ville’s new song featuring the multiple award winning act Mr Leo, titled ‘All I want.’ The song was produced by Salatiel. It is a sweet love song that tells a unique tale of love. The video was shot by Nkeng Stephens in a location in Limbe; Cameroon. It perfectly portrays a story of love, betrayal, forgiveness and beauty. Click below to watch:
Dancehall Queen Ewube is undeniably one of the most consistent female artists in Cameroon. Her incredible charisma, vocal dexterity and sublime looks delivers a complete package to savour. With a cream of uprising female artists pursuing the same genre, Ewube seems to be raising the bar considerably high.
After rocking the airwaves with hot radio-friendly songs like “Party All night” , “Pop it”, frontline Omega Records songstress is back with a new thunderbolt dancehall tune titled “Choleh Me”. Ewube uses a local Cameroonian pidgin parlance “Choleh me” , a semblance of saying don’t mind her business . She’s indeed on her grind and big journey to the pinnacle. According to partner blog Kamerflow Magazine, in Choleh Me”, the Canal D’or nominee is telling us how to ignore our haters, those who choose to see only the evil in us, who want to paint a dark image of us and deny to see the good maybe because we are better than them.
The song was produced by Magic Fingaz and video directed by Adah Akenji.
Please watch, share, and comment and don’t forget to vote for her by sending Ewube (AGUF5) to 8800201 or call.
Reggae-soul musician Daddy Blackhas resurfaced with a 3-track EP of immensely inspirational music for you to savour. The EP is dubbed “Freedom O’clock” and includes “I no be small boy” as bonus. Nation of Hustlers’ frontliner Daddy Black showcases his lyrical prowess and vocal strength. It’s a must-listen.
Money no get friend
I no be small Boy
A true artist, like we know, does more than just compose words into a beautiful piece of music and sell them. He transcends the music-for- sale universe in which wallow most of his contemporaries. Like Bob Marley, Peter Tosh , Fela Kuti , Martin Lurther King Jr, Malcom X, Ti Ken Jah Facoly, Lucky Dube, Alpha Blondy etc., Daddy Black, winnows his words not just for good music’s sake, but for a cause that has as primary motive to emphasize the need for social, political and economic change in the nation.
For instance, “Freedom O’clock” produced by Lion Riddims(Based in ROMANIAN ) is an earnest political message to the head of State . A more or less, direct way of asking him mend the helms of the country that are going fray. This spectacularly revolutionary reggae song, ensues from the dire political turmoil that has claimed the lives of “Brethren” in the North West region. From the lyric itself, we hear the voice of an angry people, a hoarse and sad voice that wants to be heard by an indifferent regime.
The second piece “Tori Tori, (Monkey go chop pepper)” produced by “Inadeplace” is a typical ragamuffin record, sung in collaboration with Kay Dwin, tackles a more general societal phenomenon. Because it has not dawned on most people that anything they do comes right back at them, it feels just imperative to put them in the know of the gospel and sincere truth about nature by creating music for such purpose. Most people, in the government and in the streets do not have an inkling how deep and morally elevating this phenomenon is. So, this song is a crucial warning to most if not all the people.
The third piece” Money no get friend” Produced by Junior Chavez, this tune is a tantalizing glimpse of genius to come from the threshold of Cameroon. This time it is neither a cry for political change nor a warning to the society at large, it is a keen observation of human nature. Experience has proven that most people who gather up around you in times of merry completely vanish from you in times of peril. This keen observation fanned the embers in the Go-Getter’s heart, so much so that when the flames got going, he felt the deep seated need to make a song that will air his findings. The findings are not quite good because it’s a devastating thing to know that some friends are not friends but fiends come around just for the single purpose of drowning your ocean.
Black Bone, a Cameroonian Dancehall singer just made his first appearance with this intimate and soul catchy banger “IceCream Gyal” Produced by Zicky and mixed by SlimBeatz. It’s just amazing how in two verses, Black Bone murdered the beat and even went as far as describing his passion for this heavy tune. It’s the track you want to blast anytime,anywhere. Video will be out soon.
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Ewube recently got signed by Omega Records from Best Music Imprint. She makes an emphatic come-back with a solid dancehall tune titled “Pop it” produced by Slimbeatz. After too much anticipation and buzz surrounding her return, Ewube presents the visuals of the highly acclaimed song. The video depicts a rebranded dancehall singer with much verve and charisma. A beautiful video done by Adah Akenji.