Here is a single of the rappers “Orange Card: Fruitopian Raps” album with this track dedicated to all commercial buses across Africa. Off the
After releasing an ill all-female posse cut with members of her Str8Buttah Productions crew, Lagos-based artist Phlow goes solo and gets fired up in the video for her new single, “Str8 Up.”
Lyrically, she’s as sharp as ever, spitting slick lyrics centering on the concept of never settling and never slowing down as an artist. And she does it over a more minimalist and booming instrumental from frequent collaborator Teck-Zilla, who’s definitely showing off his versatility here, too. These two have a number of standout tracks together over the past few years, and they only seem to outdo each other with each subsequent release.
While Phlow’s lyrics absolutely drive the visuals for “Str8 Up,” there’s plenty to be said for the stellar work of the directorial crew, RCube Vision. They drop bits and pieces of her bars throughout the video by highlighting her particularly tough rhymes with animation, which is complemented by some serious dance moves. It all feels like a celebration of the global Hip-Hop culture we’re living in, and “Str8 Up” is one hell of an anthem for it.
Check out the visuals and stay on the lookout for more leaks and info on Phlow’s forthcoming LP, Flux, due out later this year via Str8Buttah Productions.
Hiphop Africa spent time with Terry Tha Rapman as he gives insight on personal on recent and future projects and addresses his beef with Ikechuckwu.
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What do you call a man who is Thirty and still living with his mother? A BABY BOY!
Nigerian Rap Icon and award-wining rapper ‘Terry Tha Rapman’ is back with a bang like he never left! After being in the news for several other reasons, the timeless veteran releases the visuals to his newest hit single ‘Baby Boy’ on which his features ultra-wavy kid ‘Barz’.
Produced by Andre Vibez
Directed by Ben Aitar
A-Q presents his brand new single “Jazzman” A-Q’s first single off his forthcoming album ‘Blessed Forever’.
It’s all Str8Buttah Productions affair in the new video for summery jam “MP3,” which finds Nigerian rappers Pryse, Phlow, and Mz Kiss and singer Pasha going in over grooving production from Nigerian born producer Teck-Zilla.
The track inspired by a quote from the legendary Chuck D: “The Super emcee is the one who can spit in more than two languages.” And you can watch as Pryse, Phlow, and Mz Kiss go full-on Super emcee when they storm the track with a unique blend of English, Pidgin English, and Yoruba.
Not only is it an incredible display of their talents, but it also showcases that Hip-Hop is indeed a worldwide culture. That’s not even taking into account Pasha’s dancehall vocals on the hook and Teck’s infectious instrumental, both of which are smooth complements to the three rapper’s verses. Capturing the energy of “MP3” on film is RCube, another member of the crazy-talented Str8Buttah crew whose vision and edits bring it all together.
Check out the visuals, which serves as a bonus cut off Phlow’s currently untitled new project, which is due out this year—stay tuned!
Two kings of their various zones and South African new school Hiphop team up for this dope video.
Blixxy who hails from the south south part of Nigeria and resides in Magodo just dropped a banging hip-hop track which is tribute to his hood, it’s a banging hip-hop video
watch and enjoy.
Official visuals to cough song by Aina Dynasty one half of the talented Drizzle crew from Lagos, Nigeria.