Timi Dakolo Announces Christmas Album ‘Merry Christmas, Darling’ And Reveals Title Track Featuring Emeli Sandé

He’s been dubbed ‘the golden voice of Africa’ by 16-time Grammy Award-winning Humberto Gatica (Michael Buble, Michael Jackson, Celine Dion) and now Nigerian sensation Timi Dakolo releases his debut UK album ‘Merry Christmas, Darling’ November 22nd on Hafe Music/Virgin EMI. The stunning title track, featuring Emeli Sandé, is released today – stream and download here.

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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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R’nB Vocalist Lady Jay Releases Latest Single, ‘We Tried’ Featuring Ria Boss

Lady Jay has released her latest single, ‘We Tried’. Featuring Ria Boss, the soul-packed single was released on January 2 this year.

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Fleur East Is Back With Brand New Single ‘Favourite Thing’

Released on January 4 on Hunter Corp Records, Fleur East’s new single ‘Favourite Thing’ is an homage to her mother’s Ghanaian heritage, and is a brilliant fusion of dance beats, tribal drums, and African chants, held together with a gorgeous melody.

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Grace Jones Meets Angélique Kidjo In Young Lioness of Africa, Wiyaala

Wiyaala, one of the world’s most charismatic artists has released her new single, a mash-up mix of ‘Better Treat Me Right’, a song written as a rallying cry to women around the world to stand up against tradition and convention. Known to her legions of fans as “The Young Lioness of Africa”, Wiyaala has been an advocate for women’s rights throughout her career, having herself narrowly escaped the horror of FGM and standing up to the notoriously conservative Ghanaian music industry, where any challenge to the norm is frowned upon.

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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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Twelve24 Give Us The Vibe In Our Exclusive Interview

We catch up with Twelve24.

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Twelve24 Tell Us That They Want ‘Nobody But You’

We wrote about Twelve24 last year, a Manchester based trio based in Manchester, who come from three very different parts of the world – Ryan from America, Christina from Ghana and Mancunian Josh.

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