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April
27

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Marvin D’ice of No Hitz No Recordz and Arré BTR of Black Triangle Africa were spotted at No Hitz No Recordz studios last Friday 18th, in what I would love to call a rehearsal. Note that both artists have in their own way, impacted Camer’s R&B scene, @Iam_arreyBTR in the Black Triangle Africa hit, ‘Dipokolo’ & @dicemarvin in his hit single, ‘Massiko’

They denied making any comments as to whether or not the exercise was some sort of rehearsal for an impending track. If true, chances are, this would be a ground-breaking track. Stay glued.

 


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May
3

It’s often been said that the heart of the Cameroonian resides in a cold bottle of beer, preferably in front of a football match or occasionally on the dance floor of some bourgeois club, and no one knows this better than Street Jay, the self proclaimed king of njoka.
This fun loving, fiesta-friendly Cameroonian is young music artist from Kumbo, Banso and currently resides in Yaounde. His exposure to diverse cultural backgrounds has resulted in a proficiency in at least 3 of the 4 official languages of Kamer; English, Pidgin and Argot (Franc-Anglais), and no doubt forms a basis for his brand of music which is a mixture of Makossa and various types of western music like Reggae.
His peculiar music taste is certainly paying off as he has received quite a bit of attention on local media. The popular Cameroon Hip Hop Association acclaimed him second ‘artist of the week’, second only to BAAMS. He recently joined this association and once again made a statement with his video rated ‘the most viewed video of the week.’ His skills and significant influence was once again recognized by the prestigious 100% Jeune magazine which declared him the ‘TEEN CHOICE’ in the November 2010 edition, and called him ‘one of the most rapidly growing young artists in the country’ in reaction to the success one of his singles enjoyed on youtube.
In the wake of his public acclamation Street Jay has also proven to be a hard worker. He recently recorded a new track ‘Na You (take my Love away)’, a reggae love song with his two buddies Ox Demo and Karl B during a two week vacation to his homeland. He has also released a new album titled ‘Palava Njoka’. With 6 tracks of mix Njoka and a catchphrase reading “Leave your wahala everybody E go better”, the album ultimately encourages all to bury their problems and worries in the joys of the dance, or Njoka. He is currently working on a new album titled ‘Crazy Life’, and while spoilers aren’t available, we’ll be sure to keep you posted as developments unfold.
Street Jay describes himself as a youth advocate who fights for social and cultural recognition of youths in Kamer and Africa at large. This ‘Musical Moses’ says he is sent to “empower all youths and take them all to where they ought to be”. Judging from his style, there is no doubt that the ‘Promised Land’ he refers to is non other than the Dance floor, to the greatest delight of his ever increasing fans who have come to be known as the Njoka People. For free downloads further information on him and his various musical accomplishments, check out kamerhiphop.com, 4shared.com, or join him on his personal website www.streetjay.tk.


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September
30

Here comes your boy Steveslil with a brand nu joint  ”BUY U SHACK ” extracted from his forthcoming mixtape ”NGUTIBOY IN DA BUILDING” to be released in November 2010. It’s a remake of T-Pain’s ” Buy u a drink” from Epiphany album contextualized in contemporary Cameroonian pidgin with some comic approach.

Buy u shack by Steveslil ft Kay [audio:http://nexdimempire.com/wp-content/uploads/buy-u-shack-Steveslil.mp3]

Lyrics

Intro

I di bring back T-Pain, Steveslil in da building

Ngutiboy in da buidling, Tyga

(Yea, baby girl make I buy U a drink for the remix, and everybody just dey .. .just dey)

Put your hands up, na your boy

Steveslil in da building for real

Verse 1

Hey this nga, na weti be ya name

Make I talk for u, make I buy u shack

Ma name na Steveslil, You know me

Graduate from UB with a law degree

I know say this party, di close for 6

Make we just di jolly , we go chop ya fees

Take you for ma ntang, I go show u ma bilang

Baby make we kass forget thing wey we go do

Refrain

I go buy u shack

Uh Uh, You go take me go for house

I get money for njangi

Baby, njangi dey for Sunday , na u ,u go chop njangi

She chop ma soya like ( uh uh uh)

weh , weh . weh , weh

Verse II

Talk for me, I go talk bank

Make we talk money, I go talk njangi

Bayangi girls them like plenty money

Bakweri girls them too too lazy (giggles)

Make we go, workam out. Na so we di do with wa knock about

Put u credit for ya phone oh

Baby make we kass, forget thing wey we go do

Refrain

I go buy u shack

Uh Uh, You go take me go for house

I get money for njangi

Baby, njangi dey for Sunday , na u ,u go chop njangi

She chop ma soya like , uh uh uh

weh , weh . weh , weh

RAP by Kay

{Yea, Yea anytime I meet these girls I always know what to say

Hahahah I always say this , }

Make u meet me at the lounge , make we take lunch

I, I, I just di go, next day na Mr Munch

All the girls like jewelry , give them in a bunch

Even if I spend money but for me I call it fun

…  for a little conversation

Make I buy u  drink for a little motivation

But before I do gush, I take that precaution

No investigation this nobi police station

Buy u a drink , make ya eyes blink

Everything is sick, wait make I think

I do this everyday, yea everyday

Every time I meet the next girl I know what to say.

Refrain

I go buy u shack

Uh Uh, You go take me go for house

I get money for njangi

Baby, njangi dey for Sunday , na u ,u go chop njangi

She chop ma soya like , uh uh uh

weh , weh . weh , weh

Bridge

Make we go, shake am well

Shake am well that ya waist

Make u shake , shake ,shake shake         2x

We fit dowam day and night

Refrain

I go buy u shack

Uh Uh, You go take me go for house

I get money for njangi

Baby, njangi dey for Sunday , na u ,u go chop njangi

She chop ma soya like , uh uh uh

weh , weh . weh , weh

FREE DOWNLOAD link

http://www.gigasize.com/get.php?d=2bqgzyfj4xc



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September
15

LUXLAND: ”Relapse” video shoot

Posted In: Hip Hop, NEWS by The Administrator

Cameroonian R & B crooner, Luxland just released a fresh single titled  ”relapse” which featured here last week. We got some photos of his video shoot . (click on photo to enlarge)

Enjoy!


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September
12

Our up and coming diva, Franchika turned 13 years old on the 2nd of  September.  NexDim wishes her a Happy Birthday. Our wishes come a lil’ late tho’. Her very first video ”Wounded” was shot yesterday in LA , California . We got some pictures of her video shoot.

Enjoy!


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September
5

Luxland needs no formal introduction on this platform. US based Cameroonian R n B sensation keeps bringing the hits . His fresh single ” relapse” from is upcoming album titled ”Silhouette” has recently been featured in  ”Xclusive R n b 18.8”,  a  compilation put together by one of  New York’s top  DJ Finesse. The CD also features  popular artists like Usher, Ciara,Keri Hilson, Justin Bieber,Trey Songz etc. The single is available in iTunes and Amazon and you can equally get it as a ringtone.

Luxland emerged through New Jersey’s RuffKuttz crew, who released two singles in 2003. In 2007 his solo career began with the soul touching  ballad  “Home Alone” featuring   Freeway. His music video aired onVH1 and MTV.

Sky is his limit.

http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/luxland/id266465790

Relapse[audio:http://nexdimempire.com/wp-content/uploads/01-relapse-new.mp3]



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August
22

French R n B star of  Congolese descent, SINGUILA , best known for popular hits like ‘Ma conscience’, ‘C’est trop’ and  ‘Aicha’  shall be performing at Douala-Bercy, Cameroon on Saturday , 28th August 2010.  Worthy of note, Cameroonian R n B crooner , Duc-Z who released his debut album titled ”Art & Biz attitude’‘ on March 27th this year has been honored to be an opening act.

Singuila

ENTRY FEE: 10.000 Frs

V.I.P STATUS: 15.000 Frs

Duc-Z first featured on NexDim on August 7th 2009 after representing Cameroon at the Gabao Festival 2009 in Libreville. Remember copies of Duc-Z ‘s new album are still available . You might be interested in grabbing a copy by contacting:

ulrichcoco2000@yahoo.fr, http://www.myspace.com/ducz237 , +23799120020

Duc-Z

Biographie de l’artiste

Aux âmes bien nées la valeur n’attend point le nombre des années. De son vrai nom DJOUMESSI Ulrich Coco, DUC Z est né le 27 octobre 1987 à Douala. « DUC sont les initiales de mon nom et Z est la lettre de l’alphabet la plus proche de mon jour de naissance » dit il. Il a, pour un artiste aussi jeune, un parcours que bien des chanteurs plus expérimentés et âgés pourraient lui envier. Duc Z entre en musique comme on entre au couvent ou au séminaire. Il commence très tôt vers l’âge de 10 ans par la danse où il excelle. Au ly.bi.bo de bonaberi qu’il fréquente et dans son quartier Bonabéri où il habite, il est remarqué dans des imitations assez extraordinaires de Michael Jackson qu’il exécute à merveille, tant sur le plan gestuel que dans le chant, grâce à sa voix fine comme celle de son idole. Mais assez rapidement il délaisse la danse pour se consacrer presque uniquement au chant. Très vite il se fait remarquer par ses qualités vocales créatrices. A 14 ans il est membre créateur du Concept Homonyme, avec son ami Franky P, autre grand nom de la scène R&B au Cameroun et Armel Weladj. Le concept Homonyme accompagnera Alain Manga dans l’album Dis Moi en 2003, album qui sera une très bonne fusion entre la musique camerounaise et le R&B. Il fera éclater au grand jour le talent d’un jeune prodige nommé DUC Z. Une année auparavant il participe à la compilation Trop de Style. Il sera aussi présent comme artiste invité à la plupart des grands concerts organisés au Cameroun (Driver, Willy Denzey…) et des nominations à divers prix et récompenses.
Dimanche 19 Avril restera sans doute à jamais graver dans la mémoire de Duc Z, ce jour là il a été choisi par un jury composé de Hans Mbong (directeur du festival couleurs urbaines), Alain Dexter (CRTV), Alain Tchakounté (Cameroon Tribune), Dany Zié (kamerhiphop.com) et Arthie (webmaster du gabao hip hop festival) pour représenter le Cameroun au festival Gabao du 11 au 14 juin 2009 du coté de Libreville. Il a devancé one face, Mystère, kazam laflam de Douala et One Love, Oliviera, cirially, Z-yang, Samory Ali de Yaoundé.



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August
19

JEDAH a.k.a La Rose Noire is a France based Cameroonian R n B singer and lyricist. He is referred by the media as the son of veteran Cameroonian singer, Beko Sadey. He formed his first group in Cameroon called LA REPLIK. He was influenced to do Hip Hop and R&B at a tender age. Determined and committed to thrive, he started a solo career in France. He released his first mixtape of 14 tracks : ” LA ROSE NOIRE DU GHETTO”. His first hit ”Dancefloor” (below) was welcomed by millions across the world. He was Finalist at the Open Star PARIS 2006 and Pepsi Tour 2006.



In 2007, he decided to collaborate with top notch producers on ” IDEAL DE VIE ” which was locally marketed in Nantes in March 2007 by Big Nguens’s Productions . The positive feedback induced him to continue his adventure with a new production team : MFCL Productions. His  first album   ” DANS MES REVES” drops soon. It features popular artists like  Segnor Alonzo (Psy4 de la Rime), on “COMME DES CHAMPIONS”, Sefyu, Vicelow ( SAIAN SUPPA CREW).
The album which composes various genres like R n B, Crunk, Hip Hop and soul was mixed by  DJ DOUBLE and DJ MEZMERISE  of Sony /BMG.

Jedah names some influences like R Kelly, Stevie Wonder, Usher, Matt Houston, Chris Brown, and Estelle.

I  remember in the early 2000’s Jedah la rose noire used to go by the name Jedah Sadey. Is he truly the son of veteran Cameroonian Makossa musician, Beko Sadey ?. What about Bibiane Sadey?. We shall come to this later after some  findings.

www.myspace.com/jedahlarosenoire


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August
17

Doubl-Drym is a Yaounde-based Hip Hop duo comprising Lyl’ Kenzy and Young Kryz. They developed penchant for music and dancing during their secondary school days. Young Kryz  played the guitar  and gained acclamation among his peers often referred to as ”man na star” while Lyl’ Kenzy played the piano and laid much emphasis on singing, rapping and composing influenced by American Hip Hop rhythms. Kenzy and Kryz started performing separately  in Secondary school until they graduated. Kenzy later joined rap groups like the G-Squad and the Vision Entertainment.

During one Ex-Seminarians meeting, a remark was made about Lyl’ Ken-zy who was believed to be an amazing singer and rapper. Young Kryz hooked up with him and together formed the group , Doubl-Drym as they had the same dreams.

Their major influence is Michael Jackson.

They released their first album ” Zero 2 Hero” and a 6 tracks video CD this year .

FOR MORE ENQUIRIES ON THE DOUBL-DRYM, CALL MANAGEMENT ………. [00237] 77 02 55 47 [00237] 79 36 44 86 [00237] 94 93 52 37 OR EMAIL….. drymfansblog@yahoo.com,drymrecords@yahoo.com

Click here to listen to their songs on MYSPACE
Mind ya biznez

DOUBL-DRYM | MySpace Music Videos


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August
16

Z-Leks is one great urban music producer we haven’t talked about. The young Douala based producer assembled some  Molyko-based rappers to drop bars on a sick instrumental produced by him . They consist  Ush J, Ace, Reid, Melcube, Cut- B,Yung G and Z-Leks himself.

Oh no[audio:http://nexdimempire.com/wp-content/uploads/allstars.mp3]

Also enjoy the remix of Steveslil‘ s ”Play my tambourine” featuring US based rapper, Big Flo. This song was done in 2006. It was produced by Steveslil and recorded at Chillen Muzik, Buea.

Play my tambourine (rmx)[audio:http://nexdimempire.com/wp-content/uploads/Play-My-tambourine-ft-Big-Flo.mp3]


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