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Blaqbonez Settles into His True Form with ‘Young Preacher’s’ Hedonistic Gospel.

One thing about Blaqbonez is, his music and style may not be for everyone but you cannot deny his genius. Emeka the stallion is an honest pimp. While most playboys and f**kboys wallow in denial, Blaq has never been shy to admit that his hedonistic approach to love and relationships asides stemming from evolutionary animalistic human tendencies, also has roots in past trauma and is just a defensive mechanism to avoid future heartbreak or as the Nigerians call it… ”Breakfast.”

Blaqbonez set out to make a worthy sequel to 2021’s ‘Love>Sex’ and that, he achieved, also settling into the most authentic we have ever heard Emeka and stretching the possibilities of his creativity beyond what the fans and critics already perceive of his artistry.

Blaqbonez attains Super Saiyan status on this project by rapping more than he ever has on a project since 2018, one would think that he set out to prove that he can join the league of Nigerian legends who dropped rap projects that were also as commercially viable as pop records like Olamide, Ice Prince, Falz, MI Abaga etc.

In the words of Drake ”rap albums doing numbers like it’s pop…”

Furthermore, Blaq brings his pen to the party but leaves some of the autotune from ‘Sex>Love‘ at home, taking on more complex melodies and hooks by himself (with a little help from Oxlade background vocals) and shows that he’s been working on his singing.

Young Preacher is by far Blaq’s most experimental work and his most honest work since he broke into the mainstream.

Blaqbonez albeit being a typical Yoruba demon (Emeka is Igbo by the way), Femi named Lagos bachelor with the libido of a rug rat and the commitment issues of a white girl from Alabama. At the same time, the second testament of his hedonistic gospel is rooted in truth and honesty. More accurately, his truth, his honesty.

Just like on the last album, Young Preacher is curtain called by a trap song fully celebrating his hedonism. The mellow trap title track introduces us to the latest of Blaq’s dozens of alter-egos ‘Young Preacher.’ Blaq explains that though he’s against marriage he believes in the sanctity of fatherhood, a weird concept to speak about while checking the list of female body types in his body count.

A radio talk show aside accompanies certain songs acting as either intros or outros explaining the concepts of their parent track.

‘Hot Boy’ is a bass guitar-laced galala and late mix which could easily host a Santi verse.

”One song on the album could be about your girlfriend’ Blaq spits as he goes on to describe graphically his lustful thoughts towards Nigerian female celebrities like Nancy Isime and Diana Eneje. The Preacher connects his hedonism to childhood trauma and abandonment issues. At this point on the album, Blaqbonez is mostly rapping which is a very brave thing to do.

Turns out he was warming up for the magical, falsetto-laced, infectious hook by Lojay on ‘Whistle’, which can easily compete for hook of the year in the Nigerian music scene. Ruger would settle easily on this song too.

One could imagine this track as a re-enactment of last year’s ‘Bling’ with Amaarae and BNXN fka Buju, but it still sounds fresh and present.

Interpolating a Zinoleesky flow while referencing his sex playlist which includes Santi when dealing Alte girls and the Marlian Records artist when dealing with Trenches thots. The track blur the line between groupie and anti-groupie anthem.

Employing the multiple choral voices on hooks techniques popularized by Asake, but like with everything else on the album, minimalism is Blaq’s watchword.

The lead single and standout track, Jae5 produced ‘Back in Uni’ is next and falls perfectly into the transition of tracks. An unapologetic confessional of some sort about all the hearts he has left to hyenas and vultures in Lekki. Definitely a contender for the best song on the project.

The gospel takes a detour to chronicle pride in living within one’s means and investing smartly ”i’d rather put a mill in crypto, name brands don’t guarantee drip tho” he raps proudly on ‘Fake Nikes,’ another standout track with some help from SA rapper Blxckie and penthouse rapper Cheque. Blaq kept the features mostly hip hop too, another big risk that paid off and keeps the sound cohesive and unique from 80% of what’s in the mainstream Nigerian market.

The production on the tape is as unique and fresh as it is catchy and replay worthy as displayed on ‘Ring Ring’ and also as experimental as can be on Paul Play sample laced ‘Loyalty.’

Blaq impresses and taps into his R&B bag to carry what’s probably the melodic and sing-songy performance of his career, more impressively with minimal autotune. ‘Loyalty’ gives ‘Back in uni’ a strong run for best song on the tape.

The next track is the stoner girls’ anthem interlude ‘She Like Igbo’ ending with a funny skit, glad to see Blaq move his IG comic antics to spice up his music too.

Blaq channels his inner Burna Boy on Tekno assisted ‘Ess Mama’ and a standout performance by Bien of Sauti Sol and Takura on ‘Mazoe.’ Oxlade’s Backups spice up the celebratory ‘Star Life,’ which also chronicles the lonely side of celebrity life.

Again preaching the sex-fiends gospel powered by a lack of genuine connections due to past trauma.

With perfect transitioning, Blaq ends the tracklist from where he started on trap/rap songs ‘Back on BS’ and ‘ I’d Be Waiting.’

‘Shorty told me love is the highest vibration I told her I disagree’ he raps on the former as he woes a girl to cheat on her man with him, situations have never been more artsy and romanticized, the mellow vibes transition into the acoustic outro, which leads to Asa’s ‘I’ll Be Waiting’ sampled unto Blaq rapping about his successes and taking dumps on rappers like a hobby.

‘I sold out MO park no rapper can do that,’ ‘three top 10s I did it solo,’ ‘when they want to drop they go on my page to find something to copy.’ Now that’s a flex.

Flexing on ladies, flexing on rappers. The album bows us out with a rags to riches skit of a voice presumably Emeka’s mother’s.

The risk to rap more and use beats that cannot be easily categorized into Afrobeats or Afropop, keeping the features mostly rappers, minimalism in lyrics and performance, trusting more in his vocal abilities than Autotune all paid off.

Few things like the lacklustre Tekno verse, shortlived Cheque verse unlike the last tape where Psycho YP, AQ etc gave him a run for his money and Blxckie‘ ostensibly out-of-theme verse set the album back from a solid 10/10 performance,

Young Preacher is not the banger-filled classic that the last tape was but is Blaqbonez in his most confident and rawest form, the lack of bangers one can say is on purpose as he also took the risk to leave ‘Commander‘ off the album, in an era where Fireboy used ‘Peru’ to stat pad streams for ‘Playboy’ and Ckay used ‘Love Nwantinti’ from 2019, with a thousand remixes to statpad streams for ‘Sad Romance.’

On ‘Young Preacher’ Blaq does not mirror the poetry of Fireboy, the melodies of Rema, the hums of Ckay, nor the falsetto of Oxlade (via Autotune). Instead he brings rap Blaqbonez into a marriage with Mr. Boombastic and gives us a ragga, Alte-inspired Afro-rap album that sounds fresh and unique enough for us to bear listening to the same theme from the last tape without burning out.

Kudos to Emeka for adding some psychological and emotional context to his hedonistic gospel. Time will tell how this one ages. Bravo. Take a bow Emeka.

PRODUCTION: 9

LYRICISM:9

FEATURES: 8

COHESION:9

TRANSITION: 9

STRONG POINTS: Blaq’s rapping, thematic cohesion, Lojay’s hook on ‘Whistle’, Blaq’s singing on ‘Loyalty’

WEAK POINTS: Cheque’s shortlived verse and Blackie’s verse on ‘Fake Nikes,’ Tekno on ‘Ess Mama’

BEST/ WORST SONG: Mazoe, Loyalty, Whistle/She Like Igbo

TOTAL: 8.9/10

VERDICT: A classic if it stands the test of time, a solid project, and an experimental success regardless.

AKA and Nadia Nakai Approach One-Year Anniversary

While waiting for his summer smash hit ‘Lemons (Lemonade)’ to rise to the top of the South African streaming and radio charts, finally surpassing K.O., Young Stunna, and Blxckie’s ‘Sete’ to claim the top spot, another milestone is around the corner for Kiernan as he and his girlfriend Nadia Nakai approach their one year anniversary.

The couple has been together since October last year, the relationship between both rappers came as a shock to many as Nadia Nakai achieved fame under the umbrella of Cassper Nyovest’s Family Tree Entertainment.

Cassper and AKA have been archrivals for the most part of their careers and it was quite awkward to fans that the first lady of Family Tree Nadia, would not only get involved with the enemy camp, let alone find love in the arms of Cassper’s arch-enemy immediately after her departure from Nyovest’s label.

Prior to dating Kiernan, Nadia was involved with Chicago, Illinois rapper Vic Mensa, during the South African stop of his African tour. The two dated for about two months before Mensa moved back to the states and there went yet another relationship for Bragga.

AKA on the other hand went through a sad phase as he lost his fiance and then soon-to-be wife on 11 April 2021. Anele ‘Nellie’ Tembe accidentally fell off a 1oth floor balcony and died just weeks before the wedding.

“I am in a fantastic place. Love is in the air. Nadia and I have been together for about a year and just enjoying each other,” said AKA. The award-winning rapper also stated that their relationship is set in stone because of music.

AKA said that music unites them the most as they are able to complement each other in their day-to-day work.

“Music always unites us. Both of us being both artists complement our relationship.” When it comes to music, AKA has been on a roll recently.

Following the release of Lemons (Lemonade) featuring Nasty C, AKA reminded the South African hip-hop community of what he is capable of after a brief absence from the scene. The rapper stated that he is excited about how the song has gained momentum in the game since it has become one of the most popular songs.

“Lemons (Lemonade) is arguably one of the most popular songs. Things are going well, it’s gaining momentum and I’m excited.” He said.

The rapper admitted that he is currently having a good time with music and the whole energy in hip-hop music.

“I’m feeling a brand-new breath of fresh air in the game, in hip-hop, music, and just my life in general,” during his interview with DRUM Magazine.

About him dating Nadia AKA had this to say,

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‘Sete’ Makes Way for ‘Lemons’ at Number 1 on the Radio Charts? AKA and Nota Disagree

After a ridiculous run at the top of all the streaming and radio charts in Mzansi, going double platinum in two months and hitting 8 million views on Youtube at the same time, K.O’s magnum opus single ‘Sete’ featuring Blxckie and Young Stunna seemed to have finally given way on the radio charts top spot to AKA and Nasty C’s ‘Lemons (Lemonade)’ track which has been trailing ‘Sete’ at #2 for weeks since it’s release. However, there has been some controversy surrounding this news.

While AKA took to Twitter to celebrate the milestone achievement being his first song to achieve this feat since ‘FREE.’ Controversial media figure Nota Baloyi went on Twitter to discredit AKA’s claims to having the country’s biggest song on Radio.

The music executive mentioned that AKA shared a radio chart that expired on Tuesday.

My wife has spent more weeks at #1 this decade that AKA, Black Motion & DJ Zinhle combined… It’s sad to see Kiernan making fake radio charts on Wednesday because he was #1 up to Tuesday & the chart is from Friday to Thursday each week, where he last topped the chart with FREE.” tweeted Nota.

An official response from neither AKA nor the official radio chart body has surfaced since Baloyi made these claims.

Have You Heard Of The First “Nigerian Music House” Acquired By The Pretty Okafor Led PMAN?

The Performing Musicians Employers Association of Nigeria (PMAN) has finally broken the over 40 years jinx of existing without its own property.

The PMAN executives led by the president, Mr Pretty Okafor, have acquired a multi-million-naira Edifice in Lekki, Lagos to be used as the corporate office. This is part of the union’s strategy for the ongoing biometric card registration drive being implemented in conjunction with Zenith Bank.

The PMAN president maintained that the decision to acquire a property in highbrow Lekki is borne out of good business sense. According to him, it is to reposition and rebrand the union as well as bridge the gap between PMAN and the new generation of artists.

“We consider it necessary to have a business office that is accessible to the artists’ community and corporate sector in Nigeria. We want to ensure that musicians are receiving proper remunerations for their creative works both at home and abroad. Through the acquisition of this property, we are sending an important message to Nigerian musicians and the corporate sector that PMAN, the Nigerian music industry powerhouse, is back in business.” he said.

Okafor explained further that the National Working Committee (NWC) of PMAN deliberately chose Lekki for the new corporate office because it’s the new epicentre of the Nigerian entertainment industry.

“You know, our former rented office was located in Ikeja but we decided to acquire our own property in Lekki. It’s a deliberate decision we made because Lekki is the new hub for the Nigerian music industry. It is the hotbed for the new wave of Afrobeats culture. Lekki is where the Gen Zers of Nigerian entertainment reside. he noted.

Describing the newly acquired corporate office as a fully detached 5-bedroom duplex, the PMAN boss revealed that it is equipped with different ultra-modern facilities including a digital music library, Radio station, conference rooms, and VIP lounge among others.

The new PMAN headquarters will have different ultra-modern components including the president’s office, digital music library, conference rooms, VIP lounge, membership registration booth provided by Zenith Bank, and other necessary offices, Okafor disclosed.

Meanwhile, PMAN has vowed to enhance its presence in all the six geo-political regions of Nigeria, as the association would soon embark on data capturing of its over six million potential members across the country.

A date for the formal opening of the new PMAN headquarters will be announced via the association’s official website. www.pman.ng

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M.I Abaga and Jesse Jagz Talk Brotherhood, Choc Boiz History & Growth On “Talk About It” Podcast (Episode 1)

Everyone speaks but not everyone talks. To talk, you have to listen. In #TALKABOUTIT African Rap legend, Multiple Award Winning Artist & Entrepreneur Jude (M.I.) Abaga, hosts conversations with friends on topics that affect our lives. The show is also an ode to M.I.’s first album “Talk About It” as he celebrates the body of work that changed the trajectory of Rap in Nigeria. The podcast features special guests: Jesse Jagz, Health influencer Aproko Doctor, Singer-Songwriter Waje, Entrepreneur Iyin Aboyeji, Pastor Flo of Logic Church and Politician Demola Olanrewaju to help talk through a delicate topic – a woman’s perspective in Nigeria & life as we know it.

He is also joined by Fifehan Osikanlu who gives a unique and fresh perspective on life’s experiences as a woman in an emerging world.

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New ModeNine Album, Popkorn Drops on December 9. TrackList And More Details In Post

Modenine’s 26th Project POPKORN! THE ALBUM will drop on all platforms on the 9TH of December 2022!

Popkorn!!! The Album TRACK LIST

01. Show me love
02. Popkorn featuring Sista Dada (Tanzania)
03. All time great featuring Accurate Beats (Sweden)
04. Nkrumah’s voice
05. Breathe
06. Flowers
07. The truth
08. Good vibes featuring Amuta Stone
09. Cap fits
10. Layers of the mind featuring Toni Blackman (USA),Didi, Elom Vince (Togo)
11. Family featuring Amuta Stone
12. Griot
13. Shiatsu massage featuring Maleiva (France)
14. Superstar featuring Divy Reign
15. Jah-flow
16. Hero has come
17. Keep my name
18. Invicta
19. Arsenal Anthem

all tracks Produced by Modenine except track 19, Arsenal Anthem produced by Mr Sprinks
track 1, co-produced by Lambo the Virus & Mr Rae
track 2, co-produced by Lambo the virus
track11, co-produced by Lambo the virus & Obi Nwokeji

Base played by Pherowshuz on track 15.
Additional vocals by Terry tha Rapman & Pherowshuz on track 5, Sinister Minister on track 9 & track 8 Toni Backman
& Lion King

All tracks Mixed and Mastered by Pherowshouz @iampherow
except for Arsenal Anthem by Mr Sprinks @mr_sprinks

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New Video: Belvisco Tries His Hands On Love With “You Are The One”

The fast-rising rap star, Belvisco dropped his much-anticipated video titled ‘U Are The One‘.

From the trailer we saw on his official Facebook page, we knew that the love jam would arguably be ‘The One’ to watch out for.

Now the video is here and is already enjoying streaming around the continent.

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Record: Fecko Becomes Nigeria’s First Rapper to Perform in The African MetaVerse

On the 30th of November, 2022, telecom giant, MTN, hosted an Africa-first virtual concert in Ubuntuland, Africa’s metaverse, in partnership with The Mic: Africa. Fecko was among six other talented African artists that performed in AltMTN, making him the first Nigerian rapper to perform in the metaverse.

Derrick Ashong, founder Take Back The Mic, introduced Fecko to the audience as a multi-talented artist who is well-versed in graphic design, animation and tech. Fecko performed some of his classic hit songs such as Finally and Work Chop featuring Villy and Yung Pabi from Ghana, produced by Teck-Zilla.

Fecko tweeted:

“It just dawned on me that I’m actually the first Nigerian rapper to perform in the African MetaVerse.”

“Doing a concert in the Metaverse is a really cool and innovative way to showcase your music to a wider audience. It has a wide array of opportunities for creatives, especially those in the music industry.”

He also said.

MetaVerse Performance Links

Work Chop https://tbtm.io/m/mdu/CFtJAeVkEC

Finally https://lnkd.in/dWvH6fZm

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Cassper Nyovest Records Another Succesful #Fillup Concert

First, it was Fillup The Dome in 2015, then FillupOrlandostadium and FillupFNBStadium both in Jo’burg, FillupRoyal Bafokengstadium in Rustenburg then FilluPMosesMabhidastadium in Durban, Cassper has recorded successful fill-up events packing up stadiums full of tens of thousands of fans all over Southern Africa. Cassper once said that he wanted to fill up 50 stadiums all over the continent.

Cassper had announced a few months ago that he would be taking the iconic concert franchise back to his roots, to the Mmabatho stadium in his hometown of Mafikeng, North West Province.

Although the event had a few unforeseen hitches it was largely successful with thousands of fans welcoming the hometown hero, dancing to his music, wearing his shoe brand, drinking his Don Billiato cognac, and wearing Family Tre merch. Definitely, a night to remember for Abuti Fillup.

“This event had so many issues I can’t even start to explain. The fact that this event even happened was a miracle. Thank you so much for your support. I am nothing but grateful. I am humbled and overwhelmed. I wanna come back next year. Y’all coming ??? #FillUpMmabathoStadium.” Tweeted Cassper.

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On “Naira To Pounds”, Zoro And Falz Go Back And Forth On A High Level Of Wordplay

Heavyweight Nigerian indigenous rapper and music artist Zoro makes a huge comeback with a high-class tune labelled “Naira To Pounds.”

In order to unleash a heatwave, he sought the stunning abilities of Falz, a top-tier Nigerian rapper, singer-songwriter, actor and Bahd Guys Records boss.

On “Naira To Pounds“, Zoro and Falz go back and forth on a high level of wordplay and mind-blowing bars and witty lines. Music lovers will be bopping to this for a very long time.

Likewise, his last delivery, “Winner,” was released before the abovementioned single.

If you enjoy great songs, you should definitely include this jam in your music collection.

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Brand New: Raptigerr’s Zwa Mbiluni Ep Is Out Now

RapTigerr Ndi’Wavhuthu has dropped his latest project, Zwa Mbiluni. It is a 7-Track EP which houses 9 collaborators – Rock A, Chiz-Nuz, King Rod, Ndicks, Roddix Xavier, Rollix Motion, V.DOG, Romeo Fifty Nine and Vha-Kay.

Track 7, titled “19 Flow” is the only track on the EP in which the South African rapper went solo.

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Big5 Ent and DC Present WAKA LIE (OKADA TO BENZ) Performed By Fly Shadez.

In a world with so many people making music, it takes only very outstanding & versatile artists like Fly Shadez to stand out & stand tall in the music industry. It’s just a matter of time before news of this dude selling out massive concert arenas starts popping up online.

Ever had the chance to stream his sound?

You will definitely not regret it.

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Nasty C, Burna Boy, Kel-P And Thami Are All In ‘Love”

Award-winning South African rap phenomenon and songwriter, Nasty C has discharged a grand single dubbed “Love.”

In this single, Nasty C sought the musical abilities of Burna Boy, a heavyweight award-winning Nigerian singer-songwriter, Kel-P and Thami.

If you enjoy great songs, you should definitely include this jam in your music collection.

Listen and share your thoughts below!

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