Kash Kamp Trick Billionaire Musiq and Self Acclaimed king of the South Yung6ix presents the official video for “No Favors” featuring Dice Ailes and comedian Mr. Jollof
The young South African rapper and Ambitiouz entertainment star Emtee releases a fresh video to his single Corner Store.
Here is the official video to “DESTINY” the fourth track off his 2017 Platinum selling album Thuto.
Music video by $pacely performing “Digit$” produced by Nxwrth. Video directed by Kay T …Digit$ is the 2nd single of the “Finesse or be finessed ” Ep.
Nigerian female rap sensation Saeon Moruda released a teasing rap tune “Aii” the song made waves so much she teamed up with male rappers and released a visuals to the track, view and enjoy.
Poof Gang” is a straight-up street anthem. The song is an appreciation young people’s hustle. In it, Medikal, one of Africa’s hardest rappers, spits venom over a thumping bass line and a hardcore West Coast-style beat. The song got a lot of praises because of its 90s influence. Ironically, the rapper added more Ghanaian fans to his “Poof Gang” after he was ignored for the Artist of the Year Award at the Ghana Music Awards.
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.