We might not be wrong to call Kwesta South Africa’s current King of rap (we stand to be corrected though). Having won best male artist of the year, best rap album, highest airplay and best collaboration for his album, Dakar, at the just concluded South African Music Awards, the Ngud hitmaker who went quintuple platinum is conquering the international market with his rap artistry one gig after the other.
Kwesta recently headlined the international SXSW festival in Texas and will be heading back to the US this weekend
for Grammy Award winner, T.I’s homecoming finale for his Hustle Gang Tour.
Guys, that’s what we call winning. Big Ups Kwesta!
In case you haven’t heard or seen Ngud, here it is
In case you are one of those who have been thinking the koko master is out of the music game, you’ve got to rethink your convictions. D’banj is still very much in the game and he is set to release a new LP titled ‘King Don Come’ (We are sure you remember he first used this title as a hashtag when he announced the birth of his son, Daniel III.
Dbanj shared the tracklist of ‘King Don Come’ on social media today.It is due for release this June and we just can’t wait.
American Hip Hop artist, record producer and dancer, MC Hammer has showered praises on Cassper Nyovest for his third and trending album ‘Thuto’.
For those who weren’t born in the 80s and earlier, MC Hammer was a rave in the late eighties and early 90s. He released such popular hits like ‘Can’t Touch This’, ‘Too Legit to quit’, ‘Pumps and a Bump’and lots more.
MC Hammer shared his review of Cassper’s album ‘Thuto’ in a series of tweet, rating the album high
Nigerian soul and folk singer and songwriter, Sola Allyson, who is known for her inspirational pieces, is gearing up to release a masterpiece with alternative music artist, Adekunle Gold. Thinking of the combination of Sola’s unique voice and Adekunle’s neo-indigenous touch makes the idea of a collaboration absolutely magical.
Both artists will be creating social awareness about creating quality time to groom children and instill godly values in them, with the folk song Alujanjankijan.
A couple of days ago, images of a beautiful mansion painted white and gold surfaced alone with news platforms claiming it belongs to Nigerian stand up comedian, I GO DYE. It appears that the ace comedian just confirmed the rumors and he backs it up with a very compelling story.
Francis Agoda, popularly known as I GO DYE took to his Instagram page to share the story of when he promised his single mother and grandmother that he would take them out of poverty and build his mother a “GOLDEN EYES” mansion. Thankfully, he fulfilled the promise in his lifetime. See post: