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The city of Buea shall be jiving to the ”Don 4 kwat” groove  on Wednesday 12th December 2012.The unrivalled Jovi shall be unveiling hard copies of his debut album ”H.I.V” to the public. If you didn’t grab a copy on iTunes, this will be a golden opportunity for you. The hit-makers studded show dubbed ‘ Mega Jam’ powered by Red Eye Entertainment shall take place at CNPS Hall, Mile 17 Buea from 6 pm. The concert shall equally feature other Cameroonian Afro pop and Hip Hop frontliners like Denzyl, Magasco ,West Don, Steveslil, Renise and Fluri Boyz. Good news ! Tickets are already available @ Chillen Muzic, Njeiforbi Bakery, Kaylas and Cash Mill

in Buea. 

 Entry ticket : 1000 , VIP 4999

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Remixing is a derivative art-form, meaning music built from a recorded song either  by copying the hook, chorus or an element of the instrumental which appeals to you  . Remixing instrumentals have become a norm in contemporary urban music with the fluid evolvement of  heavily synthesized digital softwares . US artist Girl Talk is the most famous for creating an entire album using sounds from other music and cutting it to his own. Criticism and controversy on P-Square has been outrageous as a majority of their hit songs have been derivative forms of other recorded music or a mere sampling of western songs;,  Last night  ,Get squared , Game over,  ”Bizzy body’, Danger ,  ”Omoge mi”  , just to name a few are quintessences. Remixing and sampling is used by artists as an easy strategy or short-cut to garner quick attention and popularity. As this strategy worked like magic for P-Square  and  ” now the don di troway”, budding Cameroonian acts seem to have plunged into the same pool . Big Bzy remixed Akon’s ”Belly Dancer” , Steveslil remixed T-Pain’s ”Buy you a drank”  to ”Buy you shack” , King Aluan recently  remixed ”Chop ma money”  to  ” mange mon argent” , ”Don 4 kwat to ” Pa 4  kwat ” etc and criticism gets rave as pundits consider this a  non-creative  aspect or ”gate-scratching” on another’s success.  Are these all acts of plagiarism ? . On the other hand,  some artists remix or sample songs just to increase fidelity on the older song which may have degraded. Variety of reasons flourish.

Red Cafe

If you are keen enough, you can rightly say without fear of contradiction that Cameroonian mainstream song ”Don 4 kwat”  by JOVI is a derivative song from  US rapper and Konvict’s Red Cafe 2009 single ”Hottest in da hood” or Is it just a translation of title ?

Listening to the ”Don 4 kwat” instrumental, you get some musical components that are derived from ”Hottest in da hood”. ”Jovi simply added  spicy melody like the whistle and hit strings to make it different” someone told me yesterday. ”The rap style equally sounds similar” he continued . Can the assertion that no contemporary urban music is original be justified ?.

Listen to this ! .

And compare with this 


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Hey NexDimers and fans of  Mumak’s new star Jovi, we’ve  got some awesome great nus for you all. Good nus is you can now download your favorite Kamer street club banger “Don 4 Kwat”. Simply click, listen, download, save and dance to the tune ‘me i b na don 4 kwat, i say i b na don 4 kwat


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Cameroonian rap sensation Jovi  finally unveils to the media and the great public, his official album cover artwork designed by video director February 16th. With his first single Don 4 Kwat currently enjoying heavy rotation on Trace TV, there is now a huge demand for the much talked about H.I.V. album. The Mumak rapper is reputed for spitting out the most creative breathtaking lyrics in both English and the native Pidgin English that relate and connect with his people’s lifestyle.

The H.I.V. album has been tipped by many pundits as the album that will re-brand and revolutionize Kamer hip hop. H.I.V. is scheduled for release this December 2011 on iTunes and other online stores under Mumak Records. As for the physical distribution of the album, fans you will have to wait for a short while!

How unique ?

                                   JOVI’S BRAND EXPLAINED

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Hey people, we just can’t stop scouting for fabulous Cameroonian talents.  

JOVI  a.k.a Le Monstre is a Cameroonian rapper and producer we are yet to profile on this platform. He is affiliated to Mumak  . His lyrical ingenuity and originality deserves much appreciation. This is a clear evidence that ”Cameroon no di sleep”. We shall be bringing info about this talented guy. Here are some ill tunes   from his anticipated repertoire . Watch out !

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