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Steve’ Slil exhibits his penchant for blending highlife and Afro-pop on this tuneful music titled “Nalo”. The song is a combination of melodious Afro rhythms and a sensual vocal / lyrical delivery. He uses pidgin, “Mbo” dialect and French to convey a soothing emotion.
Produced by Phillbill Beatz and additional guitar by Percy.

A real life story about someone who’s life is transformed from acute poverty to affluence and his prolonged desire to reconnect with his cherubic lover is accomplished using social media. It becomes a reignited relationship of immense love and fulfilled promises.
According to Steve’Slil ;
“The protagonist loved “Nalo” (Nalova) when he was broke and couldn’t afford her needs. He goes through the ordeal of rejection and reproach.
He gets blessed with riches and yearns to meet her again to prove his love and show her a good life.
“Ata Munya (God) na perfect designer, I di mbotoh (wear) na designer for my body, I go take you go Dubai for our honeymoon” .
Through a Google search, he finds her on Facebook. “Na Google I open for see you, Na Facebook I open for see you”
If you ever loved a girl and reconnected on social media and became marital partners, you’ll vividly relate with my song” .

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R&B singer Steve’Slil has released the official artwork of his upcoming tune titled NAL? . The release is slated for Saturday August 6th under SJ Havens imprint .  This song comes after the smooth vocalist dropped a video for his Highlife song “Diana” October 2015. #AnticipateNalo

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Cameroonian Afro-pop and RnB singer Steve’Slil presents his new video ‘Diana’ directed by Didiblaise and Filmed by Dr Nkeng Stephens. The video portrays how matrimonial love can be devoured by the fangs of jealousy and covetousness. Quite an intriguing African tale to savour.

Steve’Slil has the killer instinct to enter into the hall of fame of reputable urban music acts in Africa. His musical prowess and versatility to effortless switch from one genre to another is breathtaking . After releasing a phenomenal singles “Ebangha” and “I cut you cafe”, the Cameroonian sultry R&B/Afro-pop songster has gamely resurfaced with a life-enhancing love and marriage story incorporated in a soul-searching song titled “Diana” . He describes “Diana” as a musical marriage between post- independence highlife music and contemporary Afro-pop harmony. In essence, “Diana” embodies the traditional harmonic rhythm which could be dubbed “Palm wine music” , married with western instruments. “Diana” incarnates the folkloric tone popularly chanted during the post-independence era. The song is an expression of love and appreciation to God (Eta Mandem , thank you …) for giving a beautiful wife who deserves all the sacrifices a man can make give , just to make her happy; “na with you I go fly , America, Europe, Africa , to Asia coz you be my baby” . Steveslil’s vocal timbre and delivery perfectly gives the groove the song deserves. The song was produced by the legendary Emil Ngumbah.

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Douala-based record label SJ HAVENS shall officially unveil the much-anticipated video – “Diana” By promising Cameroonian R&B/Highlife singer Steve’Slil – Saturday 24th October 2015. 


The video narrates an epic tale of life-enhancing matrimonial love threatened by the fangs of jealousy. “Diana” , a genuine blend of Highlife, makossa and Afro-pop shall  definitely thrill you. Save the official release date. 

SJ Havens Ent. Corp. 

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On the heels of the sweet-sounding R&B tune ‘’Ebangha’’and ”Diana”, SJ Haven‘s frontline act Steve’Slil proves his originality, proficiency and unmatched creativity as he unspools a 100% ‘Camer-embellished’ festive tune titled ‘’I cut you café’’. The colloquial Cameroonian expression is used to show respect or commend someone for an attribute or achievement. It is a mimic of military salutation which is equally fused in the dance moves of the tune. ‘I cut you café’ is an up-tempo Afro-pop opus with a makossa bass line, drum and guitar pattern. This sultry R&B/pop delivery gets you in a shindig mood. Steveslil says he got inspiration listening to makossa and uses excerpts of Rumta’s most famous hit ‘’Bambampe’’ which he says immortalizes his childhood. The song was produced by Slimbeatz of Best Music Inc. The video is shall be released in the days ahead. WATCH OUT FOR THE VIDEO !!


Steveslil- I cut you cafe Deluxe




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