On this week’s edition of Psst! New Stuff, we go from Nigeria to Mozambique, Congo to Ghana, and a worthy stop over in South Africa. The playlist is now updated with our top picks from the fresh releases across the continent.
Goodgirla LA – Bando (NG)
Music for the rebellious youths no doubt! GGLA wants you to know that girls have now blown, without promo—an update on the popular line in her hit song ‘Bless me’. I love the energy with which she delivers the lyrics, and definitely the whole vibe! It’s not every day that you see a female artiste come with a song as hard as this.
We have updated the playlist with our Top Picks from this week’s fresh music releases and we hope you enjoy listening to them just like we did.
Focalistic – Ke Star Remix ft. Davido (SA)
Tule jor! Hearing Davido say this on a song for the first time made me jump, lol. Davido killed his verse, no doubt. Love how the flow of the original song wasn’t tampered with and they really just caught their cruise, the exact way every Amapiano song has you cruising.
On this week’s edition of Psst! New Stuff, we’ve got fresh music and sick collaborations from Across the continent. Our Top Picks are highlighted below.
Ajebo Hustlers – Pronto ft. Omah Lay (NG)
This is probably one of the sickest collaborations to hit the Nigerian music scene right now. The strings at the beginning of the song, the hook, the flow, everything just feels right. Omah Lay should be added to the list of Nigeria’s national treasures, please.
Look around you. What do you see? What do you feel? What do you hear? It’s new music babyyyyy! We launched a new Apple Music Playlist few weeks ago, because we love you and we want you to have first hand updates on some of the beautiful gems to come out of Africa. On this week’s edition, Our Top Picks from all the fresh African music are highlighted below.
We could try writing something really deep and profound about this, but perhaps we do less convincing and simply ask you to give this 4mins:32 seconds of pure joy, time to seduce you.
However, because love is not ‘blind’ or dumb, we think it right to give you a heads up that Michstraaw can be addictive as he’s proven with singles like Collect, Yours Sincerely and Come Again, amongst others.
The Nigerian alternative (up for discussion) musician doesn’t come across as ‘Prood‘ and has found more ways than one to subtly seduce his audience with his words, flow and dare we say, looks?
Michstraaw has and continues to use his music to speak his reality. One might say that in that reality is a lot of feels…