Grammy Nominated Sons Of Sonix Premiere Slow Whine

25th June 2021 BY Zinitha

It’s always a pleasure seeing producers become the faces of their own creativity. Especially when they are responsible for big records, genres, and culture. Sons of Sonix are no strangers to music that has gone ahead and become hits. Born in the UK to Nigerian parents they have been able to work with artists across the globe like Stormzy, Trey…

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Toya Delazy launches her explosive IsiZulu Album, Afrorave Vol. 1

18th June 2021 BY Ivor Moyo

Serving up eleven tracks of innovative and impactful techno, bassline, and African percussions bedded under Toya’s trademark Zulu raps, Afrorave Vol. 1 sets the benchmark for the South African artist and demonstrates the breadth, direction, and uniqueness of her brand new project as both sonically freer and more exhilarating than ever before. Pulsing with heady basslines and powerful quick-fire vocals, the album…

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Patches & Blings: Jurio Luti’s 2021 Black Tie Collection For His and Hers

1st June 2021 BY Ivor Moyo

Jurio Luti is bending fashion rules by introducing a collection featuring a mix of men’s suits and women’s evening dresses tagged Patches & Blings. The Nigerian fashion brand thought about creating a collection with matching outfits for His & Hers with an aesthetic that is subtle yet sophisticated, which also serves as a way for a couple to look and…

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Nigerian Soul Singer Ihunanya Releases Debut Single “My Name Is Love”

23rd May 2021 BY Ivor Moyo

Ihunanya @officialihunanya also known as Success Chioma Julius is a Nigerian soul singer-songwriter who has become passionate about the emotional well-being of humankind. She creates sounds and notes targeted at uplifting the souls of men towards love, light, and truth She is a Social entrepreneur, Public Relations, and Marketing expert by profession and has spent her early years executing female…

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Vicky Sola Drops an Amapiano Song Titled ‘Kuro’

10th May 2021 BY Ivor Moyo

Vicky Sola is back again with her 3rd single of the year ‘Kuro’. A self-produced Amapiano South African sound infused with Yoruba from her Nigerian heritage. The word ‘Kuro’ means Break free/move out the way in Yoruba and ‘Ma Dami Duro’ means ‘Don’t stop me’. This track is all about getting your freedom and not allowing anyone or anything to hold you back…

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