Cool FM popular OAP and Hype-man, Do2dtunlinks up with one of Nigeria’s best rapper, Vector to dish out this smashing banger titled “Energy Gad“.
Do2dtun shows he is the real EnegryGad on this record and the Lafaaji boy, Vector murdered the beat with hit punchlines. Vector is one of a kind when it comes to delivering bars with nice flows.
They call me the Energy Gad always always on the grind
Killing it VEC
Nepa cut police light, criminals don escape
Police don leave ehm work, E don go dey Escape
Ecco Releases EP ‘More Of Me’. Ecco has welcomed 2019 with a brand new release of an EP consisting of 8 smashing songs and is available for download on iTunes.
The EP features some of the greatest in the game including Ex Global, IMP, A-Reece and Ayanda Jiya to say the least.
Ecco is one of the Wrecking Crew member who has gone solo following Ex Global, MashBeatz, Mellow, Spider and TygaBankz. The EP offers songs : Love Is Blind, Fuck It Up and Here I Am to mention a few.
To download simply Click Here and get your yourself geared up to some fresh music
Blaklez has dropped yet another flaming single he titled I Have No One just days before he released a remix of Cassper’s Ayoba which is performing quite well in the digital space. On I Have No One the rapper showcased the best of his musical talent and fans are loving what they hear.
The song is about the depression famous people suffered, hoe they seemed to be happy in the public eye while they were going through emotional and mental turmoil basically battling demons behind closed doors that later cost them their lives. The cover of the single is Robin Williams, one the famous world renowned US actors who suffered depression before he passed on.
Blaklez still continues to use the platform to address important matters and that’s why his music possesses rare authenticity. The single ‘I Have No One’ is available for streaming and download HERE
If you’re a fan of Sinzu, you’ve probably been yearning for new music from the veteran. He recently delivered a Zumix of Chinko Ekun’s smash hit single – “Able God” and now he has shared a spanking new single entitled “Zu Levu”.
“Zu Levu” sees Sinzu deliver some dope bars as usual. The tune which is a little over two minutes long gives an idea of what to expect from the rapper.
This na banger call am Zu Levu
What you on? me i’m on a Zu Levu
Took a break but now i’m back with new gbedu
I used to swipe but now I’m on a new level (Zu levu)
At habibi getting jiggy with Awozy
On the patio with bimbo we jonzing (we dey jonz)
Smoke got the dope yea we all smoking
Henny bottle to the head i’m feeling woozy (i don off)
Vector is out with his first single for the year, This Vector Sef.
Vector is the angry veteran on his latest record as he take time to address those he calls ”Fake a** rappers.”
The song which serves a teaser ahead of his upcoming EP, ”Vibes Before Teslim”scheduled for release later in June, sees Vector throwing subliminal shots at his target as he laces his verse melodiously on the laidback beat before going ahead to declare himself a legend
The 100 Crowns affiliated rapper has released the re-up version to his debut album, ‘Bad Boy Blaq.’
The album which was initially released in August 2018 as part of the three LAMB August project offerings from the Chocolate City and 100 Crowns stable was widely celebrated as the rapper coming into his own.
Singles like ‘Play’ enjoyed some level of mainstream appeal with ‘Mamiwota’ bringing to the limelight a talent like Oxlade.
Blaqbonez Re-up tracklist
The rapper has now shared a re-up version comprising of seven songs with remixes to three songs off the album including four new singles.
The album features a number of guest appearances from Ycee on ‘Play Remix’, ‘Denied Remix’ with Dremo and Psycho YP.
Other collaborators on the tape include Prettyboy DO, BOJ, CKay, Oxlade, Vectorand Moelogo with productions from rapper/producer Alpha.
Stream Bad Boy Blaq Re-up HERE
Battling with life and its challenges, drawing the line between what is right and wrong, knowing who your real friends are and those who stick around until they stop benefiting selfishly from you. Some people go through these phases later in life, and some rather early. A-Reece distinguishes between real and fake friends as he tries to navigate through this thing called life, “sometimes I wish real life had GTA cheat codes” he stresses on “Everybody Hates Reece.”
While we’re still trying to decode what 16:06 is, he announced the “Reece Effect” to be coming soon. Perhaps an album dropping on the 16th of June? We’ll find out.
You may, or may not, recall that Kaygee DaKing was once crowned as one of our underdogs of the month two years ago. Since entering the music scene, Kaygee has been putting in the work to sharpen his craft with every new song he dropped. Numerous releases and performances later, he is ready with his debut project titled Been Kingin.
I will be the first to commend him on the musical growth he displays on the project giving us a solid offering. Save for the minor audio corrections only an engineer’s ear will spot here and there, Kaygee sure brings the pots along in his EP. Displaying the ability to start and maintain a party in numbers like “Umtitilizo,” right down to the much more laid back “Mzala,” I’d say Kaygee is on the right track indeed. I’m loving his cadence in delivery and how he not only convinces me with his lyrics but actually lives his stories. The influences of SA hip hop’s kwaito textures are trickled all over the project, sealing it with the addictive “Vibes In The South.” Been Kingin is certainly worth the listen. Iss an EP my boy!
Boity, the South African TV presenter and actress, who made the decision to become a rapper last year, has a new song. Titled “Bakae,” the new single sees her drop further flexes lyrically over an eardrum-shattering trap beat.
“Looking at my whip, it’s foreign/ Look at my nigga, he foreign/ Look at that beach, it’s foreign,” she raps. And later, she has words for her critics:
“Dropped one record, and you niggas turned to bitches/ Now they wanna have a conversation about the lyrics/ I don’t ever listen ’cause I’m all about the business/ All about the bitches, I don’t worry about the critics.”
Pulling another tool out of her mysterious arsenal, she spits some SeSotho lines in “Bakae,” as opposed to her previous single “Wuz Dat?”
“Bakae” is produced by the trio Ganja Beatz, and is a banger of note with serious potential. Listening to it, though, I can’t help but hear Reason, who is credited as a composer in the song—from the cadences to the style of hooks and writing style.
In her first single, Boity sounded a tad like Nasty C, who wrote and featured in the song. It’s great hearing Boity sounding comfortable in these songs, but she has a long way to go. She needs her own identity, as sounding like whoever assists her in her tracks, won’t cut it.
At least not in a perfect world, and not in a hip-hop scene like South Africa’s where a lot of artists get away with lifting songs, styles and identities wholesale.
One thing you can’t take away from the song, though, is that it bangs.
Listen to “Bakae” below, and/or download it HERE