NEW VIDEO: TINIE TEMPAH FT WIZKID – MAMACITA

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UK Rapper Tinie Tempah has dropped the visuals to his hot trending song ‘Mamacita’ which he featured Wizkid on.

The track Mamacita is a song off his Youth Album which has been scheduled to drop on the 16th of September this year.

 

The video was shot in the Dominican Republic.

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NEW VIDEO: DREMO – OJERE

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Davido Music Worldwide drops the much anticipated visual to the recent hit song ‘OJERE’ by its new act Dremo.

 

Dremo and Mayourkun were signed to Davido Music Worldwide (DMW) on 1st April, 2016. Shortly after, he dropped a jam titled ‘Fela Back’ which along with his powerful delivery on the DMW’s Back to Back anthem endeared him to many.

 

The video which features scenes from Lagos, Nigeria & Al-Awir desert in the United Arab Emirates lived up to the much anticipated expectation which the hot trending single has gathered over the weeks.

Directed by the talented Director Q, Ojere which is a street vocabulary is an afro-trap song produced by ADEY and nicely executed by Dremo.

 

 

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Patoranking’s “God Over Everything” (GOE) Album Release Date/Artwork

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Patoranking; one of Nigeria’s most prominent dancehall artiste has officially announced the release date of his debut album barely 7 hours ago on his Twitter handle.

The album titled ‘GOD OVER EVERYTHING’ has been stated to be released on 1 August, 2016. Not much was revealed about the GOE Album other than that the recent song ‘No Kissing Baby’ which he featured Ghana’s prolific rapper Sarkodie on, will be in the album.

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The MY WOMAN, MY EVERYTHING crooner who blazed his way into the Nigerian Music Industry in 2013 with his hit single Alubarika has been on a successful run churning out hit tracks like Daniella, Happy Day, Make Am.

In his own words, “Expect the unexpected. It has a song for everyone, for people of all ages, class and from all parts of Africa. I wanted to pay homage to my roots and also embrace the new school African music scene that is taking over the world. I can’t wait for the world to hear it, to hear us.”

As it stands, the level of anticipation is high and the countdown has begun.