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Thursday, 18 June 2020

Morien - Dangerous


Etins Records signee, MORIEN is out with a brand new single titled “Dangerous”. This song which is his first single for 2020, is a fusion of the catchy Nigerian and Ghanian Afrobeats vibe. “Mr Harmony” as also referred to is known for dishing out great music and “Dangerous” is definitely not an exception. The song was produced by Playlist.

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Monday, 1 June 2020

Joyner Lucas X I Prevail- Dead On Arrival


I Prevail just dropped an updated version of the Trauma track “DOA” featuring rap phenom Joyner Lucas. The Detroit rock unit started teasing the new video last week.

The “DOA” video is incredibly powerful depicting drug abuse, homelessness, violence, death and a myriad of other issues plaguing the nation. The video includes a moving statement: “We can choose to flourish or die, But whatever we choose, We will do it together.”

Now, over a year since the release of Trauma, I Prevail have shared a stirring new video for “DOA.”

They began teasing it almost a week ago with a blurred out image showing who was to feature. A few teasers later, including one showing some behind the scenes photos and we’ve arrived.

I Prevail dropped the video today (May 28). The updated “DOA” features a new verse contributed by Joyner Lucas.

 

“DOA” Lyrics

On our knees we pray
As we waste away
And we dig our grave
Dead on arrival



I close my eyes and contemplate on why I chose to be great
I find myself trying to escape where I’m supposed to be safe (Yeah)
Maybe I should pray like I’m supposed to be saved
Sometimes I feel like getting even, but I chose to behave
I’m mentally locked in a prison and I need bail
But the internet will kill me quicker than the streets will (Facts)
And if that shit doesn’t kill me then the police will
Or maybe the refills, or the eat pills, or the lean will
I wish I was more flourished
I wish I had more courage (Yeah)



I feel like there’s more purpose
And maybe it’s all worth it
I wanna keep on learning
But I couldn’t be more nervous
When I keep looking for answers
And I gotta keep on searching, the table keep on turning
Trying to call up to Jesus but the phone keep on ringing
And I think I need more service the calls seem more urgent
And all I see is more murders
As soldiers keep on serving
And I wonder if it’s all worth it, I wonder

On our knees we pray
As we waste away
And we dig our grave
Dead on arrival
In this mess we made
Fill our lungs with hate
Just to numb the pain
Dead on arrival
Dead on arrival
Dead on arrival

I can’t breathe
Got my head on the guillotine
Slipknot around my neck, come and take a seat
Watch ’em bury me down til I’m six feet deep in the underground
Dead is the land of the free
Don’t give, just take every time you need
Don’t give, just take though it’s killing me
Don’t give, just take every time you need
Don’t give, just take

On our knees we pray
As we waste away
And we dig our grave
Dead on arrival
In this mess we made
Fill our lungs with hate
Just to numb the pain
Dead on arrival
Dead on arrival
Dead on arrival
I can’t breathe

Am I not worth saving?
Am I not worth saving?
On our knees we pray
As we waste away
And we dig our grave
Dead on arrival
In this mess we made
Fill our lungs with hate
Just to numb the pain
Dead on arrival

Yeah
Dead on arrival
Dead on arrival
Dead, dead, dead, dead
Dead, dead, dead, dead

Saturday, 2 May 2020

BMERI ABOKI - JINI


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Lagos-born Hausa hiphop star Bmeri Aboki has undoubtedly paid his dues in the game. But what better way to expeess himself than to drop this amazing jam titled “Jini“.

Jini literally means “blood” but in this case, he refers to it metaphorically as “money”. The survival instinct of everybody has turned to money which is indeed the new fuel.

While mentioning prominent names of people who are known for their wealth, the Agege born rapper narrates how important money is to everyone considering the situation we have found ourselves in. Recently, he collaborated with Ricqy Ultra on the track Be Like Me which was released earlier befor now.

This upbeat, afro-pop beat will make you bump and grind as you carefully dance to the melodic style of this song titled Jini. The song was produced by DannyBeePro.
Kindly download and listen to Jini by Bmeri Aboki.

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Sunday, 26 April 2020

Don R C-19 Beat Challenge


Don R also known by the pseudonym Arewa's Finext has been behind closed doors during the quarantine period. This gave him the ample time to discover his production skills and cooked this dope beat.

All you need do is record a minute verse on this beat, post in on Instagram and tag him (@arewafinext) with the hash tag #c19beatchallenge. The winner of this challenge will have a collaboration with the artist on a new joint alongside a video shoot.





Thursday, 23 April 2020

Golden Brickz - Arewa Steez (Demo)

GOLDEN BRICKZ are a decent group artists representing Brickzhouse. They officially dropped their first single titled Arewa Steez (DEMO).

Kindly stream on Audiomack to listen to this tune below.


Musicians get 50 million Naira corona virus relief from COSON

Starting from Tuesday evening, thousands of musicians across the country would receive bank alerts as Anti-Corona Emergency Relief Distribution from COSON, Nigeria’s biggest and most respected copyright collective management organization. The distribution is in reaction to the hardship and distress being faced by many musicians in Nigeria who have been affected by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and the current lockdown which has also stopped entertainment activities across the country.


For the distribution, the COSON Board has approved the sum of 50 Million Naira to be shared amongst about 4,500 members on the society’s register as at May 19, 2019.

In the midst of the current crisis and following several S.O.S. messages from COSON members facing deep hardship all over the nation, the COSON Board over the weekend, met online in an emergency session and after vigorous discussions, approved the distribution.

Speaking on the development, COSON Chairman, Chief Tony Okoroji said, “I have personally received calls from several members of COSON who are desperate for immediate assistance of any kind. Other members of our Board have received similar messages. At a time like this, COSON must be responsible and responsive to the needs of our members and we should do everything we can to help them wade through these hard times. That is the very reason why COSON was set up. I am proud of the quick response of members of the COSON Board who showed great understanding that we must be our brothers’ keeper at a time like this.

“Starting immediately, with the co-operation of the banks, each qualified member of COSON will receive a modest sum of eleven thousand naira in what we have termed Anti-Coronavirus Emergency Relief (ACER) General Distribution. We are able to do this because of the deft management of our resources. We wish we could do more. I however believe that most people are aware of what we have been through in recent times. Let me thank the COSON management team of Vincent Adawaisi, Isa Aruna and Anthony Imuse who burnt the midnight oil to ensure that the decision of the Board is executed with dispatch”.

On outstanding Specific Distributions, the COSON Chairman said, “Every member of the Board is very eager that all outstanding specific distributions should be paid without any delay. The issue was prominent in our discussions on the emergency relief distribution. While the Board and the General Assembly have approved the specific distributions, it is common knowledge that COSON funds in two banks are frozen. The money for the specific distributions is domiciled in the frozen accounts. The money is safe. Not one Naira is missing. It is also common knowledge that we have gone to court to have the accounts unfrozen and immediately that happens, the money will be paid. In any case, all those entitled to Specific distribution will also receive the Anti-Coronavirus Emergency Relief (ACER) General Distribution.

“It is unfortunate that it is some of our colleagues that requested the banks to freeze the accounts which has brought this suffering to innocent COSON members and even to those who took the action. That is why we need to be very careful about what we say and what we do.”


“I hope that we will use this very challenging period to think deeply. We have built COSON to be there for musicians through thick and thin. We work hard to ensure that COSON takes care of musicians while they are alive and celebrates them even in death. Has anyone forgotten how in an unprecedented manner we buried the late Ras Kimono like a king?

Said the COSON Chairman, “Some people may think that because things are going well for them today, they will never need COSON. I have been in the industry long enough to know that the day will come when each of us needs an institution like COSON. When I hear people in our industry call on government to clamp down on COSON or that those who owe us money should not pay us, I ask why anyone would choose to urinate into a well from which he might soon draw water to drink when he is desperately thirsty”

Concluded Chief Okoroji, “I know that I cannot please everyone but I am working hard every day to lift up the musicians of Nigeria, promote and defend our industry and provide visible solutions to the problems of each of us. I have absolutely no interest in the cantankerous name calling and rabid character assassination which many appear to dwell in and which do not provide even one cup of garri for any Nigerian artiste or one cube of Maggi for his pot of soup”.

Wednesday, 22 April 2020

Nomiis Gee - Ya Rasulallah

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From the stables of KaiKauce Class, the self-acclaimed hausa Hip-hop Ambassador Nomiis Gee goes a bit off his conventional art form by venturing into a different genre that takes him to another spiritual realm with this song titled "Ya Rasulallah".

Ya Rasulallah which literally means "Messenger of Allah" is another name referred to Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Nomiis Gee in a more calmer voice voices his lyrics with special praises for the prophet based on his physical attributes to the extent the artist wishes to see him appear in his dream.

The video which was shot by Kaikauce Class shows the diverse scenery of the holy lands of Mecca and Madina. With a lot of historical artifacts, the beautiful landscape and other important features, Nomiis Gee understands the importance of declaring his affection for Ya Rasulallah and the visuals says it all.

With cameo appearance from some notable superstars in the music and movie industry and other works of life in the north, the video is surely meant to cool your nerves and engulf you to the same realm that gave birth to the lyrical contents of the song.
Kindly watch the song below and listen affectionately. Feel free to share as sadaqatul jariah in this holy month of Ramadan.


                                                           
                                                           YA RASULALLAH








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