Heart on FireOna Dema

On her new single, “Heart on fire “; Nigerian singer Ona Dema delivers a Love anthem that traces the feelings of true love. She describes ”Heart on fire ” as her “ideal love situation.” The song is endearing and innocent; with a hint of rebellious adventure, just like young love. Telling someone “they are the reason behind their smile, choosing them every day. Production for this record was done by EMK the Genie.

Pull UP – Mista Myles

In this new song “Pull UP” produced by WebieJustDidIt. Ghanaian artiste Mista Myles celebrates the high moments in his life so far. He sings about beauty in the struggle and how far he has come from having nothing to celebrating his achievements in life so far.

Alright – Lex Diba

Following the release of his lead single; Lex Diba releases the second single “Alright” off his keenly anticipated tape ‘WE GO UP’. Alright’ is a melodious rap tune with smart punchlines – a clear message of pain and the beauty in the struggle. Lex Diba taps into past experiences while ushering words of advice and hope. He sings… 

“Many things I’ve been through I dey focus on the pain” “Nobody fit see through me, I no show any sign” “And I know you with me, cause we going through the same” “And I know you hiding many things behind the smile” “Last last, we go dey alright”

Plead the syxth – Slimsyxx x Mo’Gunz

Following a string of boisterous releases; the DS6 front-man offers his latest record ‘Plead the syxth’; which enlists one of the pioneers of +234 Drill in Mo’Gunz. The intro ushers a rendition of wisdom woven in Yoruba; as a precursor to the intent and mood of the song. Fiery and chaotic as both artist juggernaut through a series of flows delivered in English, pidgin and Yoruba; on the Rubio Produced beat.

Paper Chase – $tevoxcv

These days even love ain’t pure” $tevoxcv raps on the typical hip hop beats produced by BMN STILL; which packs sonics that allows the rapper courses through his verses with flows about hustling and grinding for the paper.

Gbese – Damilfice

Ficebeatz deserves all his accolades for ushering a stellar production on this afropop rhythm by Damilfice. He tells a story of his love interest that absolutely looks for his pockets rather than the affections he offers. “Shae you go buy me rozay, shae you go buy champagne, shae you go fly me go paris‘See me see Gbege’ Damilfice sings.

Vibez Giddy – Tell

With vocals so soothing and production quality so clear, Vibez giddy tells a story of witty intentions over the well-lit drums and cool breezy lyrics that catch a melody you want to leave on repeat. This record was produced by Vibez Giddy himself and Abel leadus.

Marvel – Amber Rose

An interesting comparison is sparked while listening to Amber Rose by Marvel, the uncanny similarities between Marvel and Victony speaks volumes in terms of their vocal dexterity. Although it does not speak for the originality of this song because Marvel delivered on this love filled rhythm with harmonious melody.

Can’t see you – Suhn

Braggadocio and finesse are very evident on this hip hop offering from Suhn. With clear intent based of his lyricism, Suhn displays control with a catchy hook and a seemingly monotonous loop which works with the simplicity of the message. A message about anxiety and recollections structured in a few minutes.

Uptight – Tome 

Tome returns with this upbeat Afrosound produced by Jayuncut. She expresses displeasure and ill-intent of mistreatment from her muse.

Greedy – Karah

Karah stuns with amazing vocals on this classic R&b and Afrosoul tune; intense mentions of her romantic partner is very evident as she sings “Hit me up on the midnight, stop acting polite, hold me down it’s alright.” Karah debuts her first single and the execution and rollout has been nothing short of expectations.