Here is another masterpiece from GZONE himself. He promises to drop a track every month through out the year 2018 and this is the March Drop. God problems is an irony into today’s issues facing especially Africans but humanity in general.
We all knew something huge was coming after that controversial song ‘You Rappers Should Fix Up Your Lives’ which shook the continent from Legendary Nigerian hiphop artiste MI Abaga. Arguably one the best rapper Africa has right now, fans have been waiting a long time for this project. His seventh album “Rendezvous” gat music analysts saying he brought the future of music with him. Working with new artistes and producers like Ckay, Dice Ailes, Straffiti, Remy Baggins, GMK, G Clef, Odunsi and Nonso Amadi to name a few, with star features from the Likes of Cassper Nyovest, Wande Coal, Falz, AKA, etc., the 15 (fifteen) track L.P. serves the lyrical masterpiece that M.I is known for and his sampling on the transitions between the tracks is another attestation to the fact that M.I is a force when it comes to musical curation and arrangements.
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After the release of M.I Abaga’s track to Nigerian Rappers, Jay Pachino comes through with a dope response, proving to the industry and MI Abaga that the whole industry been sleeping on him. He titles this one Truth. Outstanding delivery and poetic versatility has this tune in flames. After listening to this, I’m sure you would love to hear more from the man.
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“M.I in his latest release called out Nigerian rappers to “Fix Up Their Lives”. In the three and a half minute lyrical tongue lashing, The Chairman bemoaned the fact that Nigerian rappers were getting killed by their South African counterparts and also took shots at Nigerian rappers turned singers among other topics. After the song dropped, an online debate kicked off about the state and decline of Nigerian hiphop. Valid points were raised, some opinons blamed the rappers, others blamed the media and some apportioned the blame to the fans but BlaqBonez decided to literally voice his opinions and in this 4-minute track, Blaq bears his heart out.
Replying directly, Blaqbonez confidently declares:
“Nasty C ain’t got nothing on me” And
“Nobody else rap sicker, I really been one of the hardest outta Africa”
among other lines that stresses the rappers point: He has been hot from time and it’s high time the system recognizes his amazing talent.
Listen to this fire reply from BlaqBonez.”
Being in the game for so long without releasing a single Track Ghanaian rapper Osei formerly known as Bzo releases his debut track titled “Hello Hi” exclusively on HiphopAfrica and digital platforms. The song is an old school/modern rap beat style with osier showing his rap skill and prowess, its just the beginning of more to come from the rapper so stay tuned for more progress
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