Merci-Lisa Releases Debut Single ‘Sweet Boi’

‘Sweet Boi’ is the debut single from Nigerian Afrobeat artist, Merci-Lisa. The inspirational track is available now to stream and download from all digital media platforms.

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Kay Da Ace Releases Brand New Single ‘Daily’

‘Daily’ is the second release this year from Kay Da Ace, and follows on from his single, ‘Laye Mi’, which came out in March.

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Momoh (feat Money Man) – ‘Wraith’

Based in Minneapolis, rapper Momoh has worked with some of the biggest names of that genre, and has now released his single, ‘Wraith’, ahead of his debut album, ‘Everything Happens For A Reason’.

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Demola – ‘Light Up’ f/ Wande Coal

Nigerian artist Demola isn’t afraid to do things differently and to mix it up when it comes to his music. Although his usual style is Afrobeat, for his latest single, ‘Light Up’, the unmistakeable sound of a violin turns up mere seconds into the track. It shouldn’t work: the rhythm is a full on bounce, buoyant and packed full of sunshine; the violin is breezy, and cool – like a walk through a forest. It shouldn’t work – but somehow – it does.

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‘Global Warning’ – New Single From Lady Moon & The Eclipse

Released in time for the Full Moon Spring Equinox, ‘Global Warning’ is the latest single from Lady Moon & The Eclipse, and comes from their forthcoming album, ‘Journey To The Cosmic Soul’.

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Rocky Dawuni – ‘Beats of Zion’ and ‘Wickedest Sound’

In 2015 Rocky Dawuni became the first Ghanaian to be nominated for a GRAMMY Award, for his electrifying sixth album, ‘Branches Of The Same Tree’, in the Best Reggae Album category. Dawuni isn’t strictly a Reggae artist; he encorporates the style into his music, but it’s part of an amalgam of styles, including Afrobeat, Highlife, traditional Ghanaian folk, dancehall, jazz, North American soul, RnB, and electropop. He calls his sound Afro Roots: there’s nothing else quite like it.

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HEЯITAGE ‘Speak Life’ With Cover Of Damian Marley Track And #SpeakLifeChallenge

HEЯITAGE are currently completing a debut set with producer Tommy D Daugherty, who’s worked with the likes of Prince, Tupac, and Snoop Dogg among others, and it’s currently scheduled with a release date for early 2019.

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deedz – ‘Love Letterz’

With a really interesting blend of East meets West, Afrobeats and Reggae, comes deedz with ‘Love Letterz’. It’s a crazy mix but it works – “boom shakalaka!!”

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K1NXLEY Releases New Single ‘Go Low’

Taking his inspiration from Akon and Usher, afrobeat artist K1NXLEY takes on a wide range of sounds and styles. His new single, ‘Go Low’, is a mix of euphoric synths, tropical percussion, and sweet vocals.

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Angélique Kidjo – ‘Once In A Lifetime’

Angelique Kidjo has been travelling the world since 1982 on a mission to get Afro-pop the mainstream recognition it deserves and her efforts have resulted in huge success. She has now released her take on the Talking Heads’ album, ‘Remain In Light’, including the classic single, ‘Once In A Lifetime’.

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Lady Moon & The Eclipse – ‘Star Gazing’

‘Star Gazing’ is the new single from Lady Moon And The Eclipse’s forthcoming album, ‘Journey To The Cosmic Soul’. The Brooklyn based group are known for their tranquil blend of pop, R&B, and Afrobeat.

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Dr. Snizz – ‘Stand Tall’

UK based singer songwriter and rapper DR SNIZZ has big plans not just for his personal music but also for the industry altogether. An actual doctor, he’s created a label, SNIZZ Records and a music career, alongside his medical practice. DR SNIZZ combines R&B style with rap, and Afro-pop elements, influenced by his Nigerian heritage. The result is an original sound flooded with positivity.

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Six Quick Questions With Reggie n’ Bollie

Following on from our review of Reggie n’ Bollie’s debut album, ‘Uncommon Favours’, we’ve hit the guys up with Six Quick Questions.

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Reggie n’ Bollie – ‘Uncommon Favours’

Back in their native Ghana Reginald Ainooson and Ishmael Hamid, now known as Reggie n’ Bollie, achieved popularity performing as solo artists. They moved to the UK and tried to break into the very difficult music industry but had no luck until they joined forces as ‘Menn On Point’, and auditioned for X Factor, in 2015. They wowed the judges and audiences, and after finishing in second place, were signed to Simon Cowell’s label, Syco Music, through which they released their debut single, ‘New Girl’, followed by ‘Link Up’. The partnership with Syco ended in February this year, but the duo weren’t about to let this setback destroy them, and they set up their own label, F.R.O.D Music, and have gone on to release the singles, ‘All The Way Up’, and ‘This Is The Life’. The former appears on their debut album, ‘Uncommon Favours’, which was released yesterday.

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REGGIE N’ BOLLIE Release Debut Album ‘Uncommon Favours’ Today

Afrobeat/Dancehall and Pop kings– REGGIE ‘N’ BOLLIE – release their debut album ‘Uncommon Favours’ via their independent label F.R.O.D Music today.

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