Music of the Week of: 27 August – 2nd September
DISCOVER MASSIVE TUNES FROM AFRICAN ARTISTS WITH SUMMER’S END
Øbed ft Seyohh and Ansah Live | Sober
From the SuperJazzClub comes Øbed with this soothing number Sober. Featuring Seyyoh and Ansah Live. The smoothest mix you’ll ever hear on denying love and loving singleness.
Maayaa | Chapter Red
Ghanaian musician Maayaa stuns us speechless with this amazing EP. Chapter Red invokes all sorts of spiritual feelings and emotions.
Juls ft Kojey Radical | Normal
When Juls on ANY beat you know its a problem! Linking up with Kojey Radical on the bass filled grime song “Normal”, they two artists show they can both not be boxed. Normal is one for the playlists.
Mx Blouse | Siyajola/ Gcwala Ngami
South African rapper Mx Blouse goes all out on this two track piece. Siyajola and Gcwala Ngami give off an amazing flow as Mx Blouse talks modern romance and its complexities.
Bryan the Mensah | Wildlife
Ghanaian rapper Bryan the Mensah delivers a sonically impressive project with W I L D L I F E. Bryan proves time and time again he is an ever evolving genius and W I L D L I F E is the eminent of his greatness.
M.I Abaga | A STUDY ON SELF WORTH: Yxng Dxnzl
Nigerian rapper M.I Abaga seizes the age and shows his prowess over the art that is hip hop. Blending genres and flow with new school styles and old school vibes, M.I Abaga proves he’s really all about hip hop and doe not disappoint with this project.
Tay Iwar | 1997
Tay Iwar melts hearts and heals with this audio magic; 1997. Three tracks of pure magic made for your ear drums and perfected for your heart.
KLU | Aben
Of comebacks and kings! KLU dishes out lyrical madness with Aben. Vibe below:
Sizz the Truth | Duppy Freestyle
Ghanaian rapper Sizz the Truth serves lyrics and mad flow on this Duppy freestlye. Enjoy