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Steady-rising with a beautiful catalogue of songs to her name, the ‘Sondela’ songbird hits back with a fresh new video for the aforementioned single which has already grossed over 500,000 views on YouTube. While throwing more light on the make up of her song ‘Sondela’, Valee Music, who said that her ability to blend cultures makes her versatile noted that; ‘’My music is drawn from my experience most of us are reluctant to love again after heartbreak but this song says ‘Sondela’ which simply means ‘Come closer’!’’

Speaking further on how her music has evolved over the years, Valee Music said; ‘’I’ve definitely grown a lot! I find that I now allow myself to be the sexy confident woman that I am. And you can hear that in my music and lyrics used in my stories. My music is for powerful ladies. I run my brand and am supported by an amazing team but I want that message to translate in my songs’’.

Running for 5-minutes and over, the single’s visuals have the appeal of a Caravaggio masterpiece: shots are easy on the eye, embracing the use of muted warm colours which allow for a dramatic display of light and dark. Director, Lutch also lets fans get a piece of Valee Music and Charlie Kay’s chemistry in the thick of his shots, capping off the heated argument in the video’s early moments, after all – ‘’Everybody needs someone to love’’.

Hailing from London, Valerie Sibanda, aka Valee Music, is a talented Afro-Pop artist of Zimbabwean descent who’s bold display of talent sprang from a very youthful age. Her sounds thus far present her journey as a fusion of her Southern African heritage and upbringing.

Following her cameo on Sarkodie’s single, ‘Do You’ featuring Mr. Eazi, Valee Music was recently credited as an additional cast member on Beyoncé’s Disney film ‘’Black is King’’. It seems the act has no intentions of slowing down and is just getting started, keen to impact the Afro-Pop music scene.

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Ghanaian rapper Debwoy Afriqa features girlfriend Gaza of Di Asa in new video

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Ghanaian based rapper and Singer, Manuel Amissah known in showbiz as Debwoy afriqa has shown his actions to take over the music industry this year with his new record ‘Warm Up’.

Centered on being the best rapper in Ghana and beyond, Debwoy Afriqa delivers hardcore rap from verse to verse. This record send a message to rappers to tighten up their flows before they can rap with him.

Shydem Entertainment signee, Debwoy Afriqa works with J Pixels to pull of the visuals of WarmUp with a creative and simple concept in the indigenous sound with a contemporary mix.

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J Spice – Money ft. Strongman (Official Video)

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Born Great Music artist J Spice has released a new song that rides in on Ghanaian drill music currently being enjoyed

The song titled “Money” features rapper Strongman as the song talks about making more cash off one’s hustle.

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T-Ben Miller – Geng (Official Video )

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Inspired by his passion for uniting Africans through music, T‑ben Miller brings you his fresh debut album ‘Man Like Nkrumah’. His vibrant afro-pop tunes speaks about mental strength and pride, and freedom from oppression. Not afraid to talk about major themes in his music, T‑ben Miller explains “I strongly believes that in order for Africans to stand strong, Africans need to free themselves from mental slavery and no one can help us except ourselves.”

His passion and determination ring true in this highly produced 7 track album, with stunning features from Ella Naise and AMG Medikal.

T‑ben Miller’s signature sound is created by creating complex layers that he encourages fans to attach their own meaning to and develop their own interpretations of. Influenced by Fela Kuti and Burna Boy, his music strives to unite his listeners against oppressive forces.

T‑ben Miller’s unique music style allows listeners to discover the hidden messages as he sings which is a catalyst to the future of the Afro pop genre.

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Twiddle – Fly With Me feat. Supa Gaeta (Official Video)

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After dropping the trailer for his song, Fly with Me on 30th October 2020, which included a feature from Supa Gaeta. Today, Twiddle is back with the official video for one of his most hyped songs “Fly With Me”.

Shot and directed by DaBaker’s Son, 3CUBES. The Song was produced by one of the top producers in Nigeria David Acekeyz Stand out lyrics: As I stare at the ceiling, I’m plotting in my room like, ‘ Whine for me shake for meCome fly with me .”

The collaboration is a hypnotic new take on Twiddle’s viral hit which has amassed nearly [60,000) streams across all platforms and also numerous TikTok video creations to date.

Stream “Fly With Me” by Twiddle feat. Supa Gaeta HERE..

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Stonebwoy feat. Davido – Activate (Official Video)

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Multiple award-winning Ghanaian afro-dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy has officially released the official music video for his song “Activate” featuring Nigerian afrobeat artiste, Davido. The masterpiece was produced by Mixmaster Garzy and the video was shot and directed by Yaw Skyface.

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Rampells – Noma 2 Noma (Official Video)

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Trap music sensation group, Rampells has dropped a sizzling hot and fresh new music video for their latest single titled ‘Noma 2 Noma’ which is now playing on TV and gaining appreciable traction and reviews in East Africa. Shot in the capital of Kenya Nairobi, the ‘’Noma 2 Noma’ music video was scripted and directed by award-winning Kenyan filmmaker, Nezzoh Montana of Giants production. The audio is a masterpiece of award-winning Kenyan producer Motif Di Don known for his works with top artists like Khaligraph jones, Masauti, and more.

“We have put our entire efforts into the song and it makes us feel overwhelmed that people can vibe with the song as they listen. It has definitely affirmed for us that nothing worth achieving comes easy, remembering how hard it took us to get to work with an able producer like Motif and a director like Nezzoh. We believe the rewards for being persistent and true to ourselves will open all the desired doors for us,” they say.

On the inspiration behind the track, Jst Sako held that the song was inspired by the idea of a perfect African love story, something that can be seen as fictitious but also real in the same sense. The group rampells is made up of three rap acts Liloffset, Lollipop, and Orange juice. They describe themselves as young Africans passionate about life, music, and the experiences that shape their daily lives.

Born and raised in the city of Nairobi, the trio is at the early stage of their music career. They are all upbeat about their first music video which is set to make them more visible in the music scene in Kenya and beyond.

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