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:
US based Franco Records protégé Vreezy Ville teamed up with Cameroon’s female rap diva Askia on this hit collabo titled “Shakiti-Dab”. Talking to fans in Maryland, Vreezy Ville told fans he is very excited about this track as it brings out another aspect of his lyrical power.
This track is actually a blend of African and western culture via their various music trends in which Shakiti is a song and dance created by Nigerian artist Olamide and Dab is an American dance currently trending all over the world. The song also has a little bit of hip- hop, jazz and reggae not forgetting the afrobeat in it which makes it unique in style and content. It is quite danceable and appealing to the ears. It is a rap song written and recorded by Vreezy Ville and it features Cameroon female rapper Askia. Track is produced by Big Joe and mastered by Salatiel.
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VreezyVille has released a video for his dope tune “jakiri” featuring Arrè. The video is quite impressive and creative. The sexy Car wash scene which portrays uniqueness and their outfits so original . The video was directed by Dr Nkeng Stephens.
US based Afro pop rapper VILLE drops another smothering banger titled Shikki-bambam which is a total deviation from his regular style. A
blend of Afro beat, Makossa and Soukous. Cool, sweet and catchy for
both the old and the young featuring rapper King_Kimbo.
Song is produced by Lexi Sugar. ‘I love doing music for everybody’
VILLE has come to stay; the next big act has done it again just few
weeks after releasing fresh choreography visuals for OLOPYTO.
VILLE is set to perform this track at the CONCERT FOR EBOLA RELIEF AT
the Fillmore October 3, 2014 in Maryland, USA.
Download and enjoy
The video of Vreezyville’s club-hit ”Brighten ur night” featuring Frank Kesi has been released. It’s quite an impressive video. VreezyVille delivers well-crafted Camer pidgin rhymes and slangs on a solid ”Makossa fied” afro-beat. A great one for a shindig. Stay connected with VreezyVille on social media through twitter @vreezyville237 and facebook /vreezyville.
Former C.Y.C.L.O.P. man Vreezyville is solo and busy. The singer recently dropped a new track titled “Brighten your future” featuring Frank Kwesi. The LudaIce – produced track is the artist”s first musical offering this new year.If you are looking for a fresh new dance track then stop looking
because this is it. Enjoy. But wait a minute, didn”t he change his stage name from Vreezyville to Ville, just saying.
The much – awaited “Cameroon azonto” track has been released to mixed views. Almost a week after its November 12 release, while some applaud the Vreezyville – promoted concept , some have been less accomodating and perceive it as needless copywork. The video’s only uncontested highlight is the Makoun – Indomitable Lion jersey wearing, geeky and generally awkward teacher character in the video. Although this is some form of parody – style spin- off, this track comes off vocally and sound-wise as kinda kinda, if you get what I generic kamagra mean. Decent video though. Watch the video right here and make an opinion for yourself. You can also download the song from http://www.hulkshare.com/ftz5fp408m4g.
on that people found it hard to pronounce the name Vreezyville. Others did not even know how to pronounce it at all. So to make things easy for everyone, he has decided to simply be called Ville henceforth although the former name will just be on the side like an alias. One question would asking is why did he pick a hard- to- pronounce name in the first place? Whatever the case, this clarification is timely as it dispels any nascent speculation that the name change was to completely erase his former band past and assert himself as independent artist now that he has gone solo.