NEW AFROBEAT BANGER BY JULZ | GO DOWN

NEW AFROBEAT BANGER BY JULZ | GO DOWN

NEW AFROBEAT BANGER BY JULZ | GO DOWN Cameroonian born, UK based Afrobeats artist JULZ  delivers his Afrobeats club banger Go Down produced by Ama Fru and Le Drae. Go down  is sure to get the clubbing crowd moving  and go down with it’s uptempo feel and shake your bum bum rhythm. Available as a free download! Tweet

KARABO BOYOSI | KENILWORTH

KARABO BOYOSI | KENILWORTH

KARABO BOYOSI | KENILWORTH Pretoria based  rapper/producer Karabo Boyosi @KaraboBoyosi releases a track titled “Kenilworth” from his forthcoming  EP expected for release later in the year. The track features his crew members from The Collective, JanXCynnamon and LaMoola Beatz. Bump if ya like!   Tweet

DJ Babus & Capital F.E.M.I |Be Together

DJ Babus & Capital F.E.M.I |Be Together

DJ Babus & Capital F.E.M.I Release: Be Together Genre: House/Soulful House Label: Crates and Vinyl Entertainment/3Six Music DJ Babus (@DJBabus) is considered to be Nigeria’s premier House Music DJ and shows his production skills on this Soulful House track accompanied by Capital F.E.M.I’s (@CapitalFEMI) vocals. “Be Together” is the first single of DJ Babus soon to be released EUPHORIA EP while this is Capital F.E.M.I’s 1st release after his other release ‘Tumbo’. Tweet

Fecko And Teck-Zilla – The A.R.T EP

Fecko And Teck-Zilla – The A.R.T EP

  The spirit of Fela lives on! This pan-African collaboration lead by Fecko contains the right balance of homage and forward perspective. To a pleasantly lolloping and rootsy backing track, reminiscent of a Gummy Soul rework, each of the collaborators have a verse each to riff on the need to stay authentic. The female soulful, hook-line that disses the fakers keeps this little number in your head and that’s no bad thing at all! The EP, aptly titled A.R.T, an acronym for “Afrobeat, Rhythm & Truth”, is a Fela-inspired project, that fuses…

Beyonce’s Formation: My First Reaction

Beyonce’s Formation: My First Reaction

Beyonce’s Formation: My First Thoughts Formation needs no introduction. By now most people who frequent the Internet or get into contact with people that inhabit social media have heard of Beyoncé’s socio-political statement masquerading as perfect art on our YouTube channels. On Sunday afternoon a friend texted me about Beyoncé’s new video. Knowing me you would know I am not any part of the Beyhive. Even during the times when I loved Destiny’s Child, it was Kelly who was my girl. So, I rolled my eyes as I got onto…

AFRICAN THOUGHT | OUR HAIR

AFRICAN THOUGHT | OUR HAIR

Our hair By Isidore Noel Life usually proceeds in its normal ways and accordingly it did so again this morning. I got to work and my white colleague walks in with a bunch of hair in their plastic wrapping, talking about she is selling hair. I had a what the heck moment. My fellow black women were exuberant and luckily for them since it was just two days after payday, they could happily buy the hair. In the midst of my what the heck moment, I realized how normal this…