It’s actually just 4 months to the end of the year! The tunes have been on fire since. Here is a curated list of the most soldering songs from the continent’s youth.
The girls took over with an opener from Joyce Olong, whose rich tones help tell the story of a little girl conquering her shadows so well. Stay another day belongs in an emotional movie score.
In case you haven’t heard of Black Girls Glow, here’s your chance to fall in love. Initiated by Poetra Asantewaa, Black Girls Glow is an annual initiative to encourage women collaborations. This years glow crew included Cina Soul, Ria Boss, Adomaa, Fu, Dzaydzorm and Poetra Asantewaa. Doing the Most is a single off the first Black Girls Glow album, Mother of Heirs, and it blends a daring Cina Soul, with an overt Adomaa and Poetic Poetra (…duh).
Enjoy hearing the different perspectives of men in love with Kyrian Asher’s in 30, 000 feet, KiDi’s highlife infused Odo, Fada’s Sweet Remedy and Abuja boy Mon Lee’s By the Anguwar.
Kick it off with with motivation from Saint Kwam’s new project No More Sleep and Idahossa’s grime laced Captain Fantastic.
Ayat Maq’s been in LA apparently getting chased by cops in this feature with Gregory Stutzer. The Broke and Proud anthem is definetly one to belt out when the salary is drying out. Kick back with festival favourite Jowaa Jowaa’s Kpelo.