Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Veecko Kyngz - Ikebe Super Ft. Ruggedman + Onye Eze Ft. Prophecy

Veecko Kyngz the "Ikpu Ya" Crooner and Owner Gbabe Inc teams up with Nigeria's veteran rapper, Ruggedy baba to deliver this track "Ikebe Super".
This joint is one of the biggest collabos coming from an established eastern artiste this year and the track seems to meet up expectations.

He also drops a second single which geared towards the R n B Genre featuring Rapper Prophecy. Shows us he has a softer side to his style and features Enugu's top lyricist, Prophecy!
This one sounds like something from a romance movie,very soothing and crisp clear!!!

Both tracks were produced by Veecko Kyngz!
Enjoy!!!

DOWNLOAD IKEBE SUPER ON
http://bit.ly/PmY3Ij

DOWNLOAD ONYE EZE ON
http://tinyurl.com/9nkpuag
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Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Phyno - Ghost Mode Ft. Olamide

This is more like the east coast - west coast collaboration of naija music.
A joint with Phyno and Olamide is just unimaginable. The two indigenous rappers held their grounds as they played with punches and metaphors. In my opinion, I think this is gonna top the chart in no time.
The joint is titled GHOST MODE ...
Check it out!!!

DOWNLOAD ON
http://tinyurl.com/9b7kfgn
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Vector - Errday

New joint from the best rapper of the moment (Winner, Best rapper NEA) and 3 category-nominee of the HHWA, Vector tha viper titled 'Errday'.
As expected, crazy punchlines, intellectual lines! Vector came hard on Errday which was produced by 10,000wattz n Oshakes.
Check it out baby!!!

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Micworx - Mannequin E-Mix Ft. Eva

Mannequin E-mix is the first single off the annual Micworx Music free electronic mixes EP.
The E-mixes are an electronic remake of Indigenous songs, and Volume 2 explores a wider scope of electronic music than its predecessor, incorporating elements of Trance, Progressive house, House, Deep House, Funky House, Dubstep and Complextro.
It features original mixes and remixes of songs by various artists including P-square, 2 Face, Capital FEMI, Tiwa Savage, Eva, Shojay, Zara, Kraftmatics, Lucy Edwards, EmmyAce, Dramin and more.
The delectable Eva shows off her singing voice on the mannequin e-mix (The original song appears on her album) telling a story of lost love in these words – "if you could hear me I would tell you that you're the finest thing I've seen; if you could kiss me I would let you kiss me like I've never been; But you are just a mannequin".
Micworx eclectic producer Bigfoot builds a thrilling mix of dubstep and progressive house that gives it a sharp emotional edge, utilizing gritty drums, screaming synths, arpeggios and startling breaks. The result, an unorthodox, beautiful, poignant listen that sets the pace for the E-MIXES VOLUME 2.

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Controller - Snap U Photo

With delicate vocals and easily accessible lyrics over a catchy,
danceable beat, African R&B crooner Controller comes through with his
latest promo single titled "Snap You Photo" where he sings in both
English and Yoruba while expressing his appreciation of feminine
beauty. Check it out.

DOWNLOAD LINK:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/36221188/CONTROLLER-Snap_u_photo.mp3

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Monday, September 24, 2012

Shaitank - Dunn Koko + Mubaje Rmx

Afro pop star Abdullahi Suleiman Jimoh aka SHAITANK aka ABAJE FADA first caught the attention of music lovers back in Northern Nigeria when he released his first single titled 'Mubaje' (lets flex), which was a hit then and even spewed an animated video because of the anonymity of the artist.
'Mubaje Remix' is a dance track with a traditional feel.
'Dunn Koko' simply means "Pulse" or been passionate about what you are doing and the need to feel the energy behind it.
Dunn Koko was produced by Slim Beatz.

DOWNLOAD 'Dunn KOKO'
http://www.hulkshare.com/zq66snmbzyf4ShaiTANK

DOWNLOAD 'Mubaje Remix'
http://www.hulkshare.com/b70ti8jftzpc

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New Video: 2Geez - Celebrate Ft. Slim Burna

2Geez is an up and coming Nigerian music duo from Port Harcourt city,
Rivers State that consists of G-Two (Genesis Gabriel) and Double Gee
(Gilbert Godwin). The duo found themselves compatible and have been working hard to get recognized for what they know how to
do best which is good music.

2Geez is working on their debut album and are signed to their 2Geez
Entertainment imprint.

The well-produced track entitled 'Celebrate' features Port-Harcourt rising artist Slim Burna.
Profilic music video director Mr. Ate of Aperture Films delivers a superbly neat visual for the banging hit single!

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http://youtu.be/Agl7Hf0mmGk
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Friday, September 21, 2012

Sober Reflections: MC LOPH

Sadness, dejection and blames depicted the atmosphere last Friday, when some committed friends of Late rapper, DJ and performer, MC Loph relived the unpleasant memories of the crooner's demise.
MC Loph who came into limelight with the release of a remix of the late highlife legend, Osita Osadebe's hit song, "Osondi Owendi" few years ago, died in an auto-crash alongside his only sister, Chinwe on 14th of September, 2011, while on his way to Enugu for his traditional wedding.
Also in the SUV, in which the Anambra State born rapper was driving himself, was his then, wife-to-be Nkiru,who at that time was pregnant,but incidentally was the only survivor of the accident.
Prior to his demise, the hardworking musician completed recording a duet with Faze in a song titled " I know what the girls want."
The friends gathered at a hangout in Aguda, Surulere, to mark one year of his demise.
They also seized the opportunity to review the state of things with his family after his death.
Among them were the deceased's former publicist, Ifenna Ezechukwu and manager, Mgbakor Obinna. Others were Chukwudi Bambino, Ndubuoke Theodore Ujunwa a.k.a Mr UJ, Toscar Roberts Ugwu and Donatus Okonkwo.
Mr Bambino who spoke on behalf of his friends, lamented the gross negligence and abandonment currently faced by the late musician's family following his demise.
"We have observed that when MC Loph died, people raised the family's hope with promises and since after the burial, have not fulfilled the promises. Between the time MC Loph died and now, a lot of things have happened. As friends, we are not happy with the way things are going on." he stated.
"MC Loph's death has taught me a great lesson. While he was alive,he was known to be a very kind-hearted person. He accommodated some of these friends until they finally got a place of their own.
But today, he is no more leaving behind an aged mother, wife and a child." Bambino said, "even though MC Loph's dreams were truncated by his sudden demise, there is the need to immortalise him because the late singer contributed immensely to the development of the nation's entertainment industry.
-Vanguard
Rest In Peace MC LOPH, you are surely missed!
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Music Premiere: Bosalin - Feel Alright Ft. DJ Ree + Feel Alright Reloaded

And the relentless, faintless and fire-spiting Utalinator is out with two versions of another blazing joint titled 'Feel Alright'.
On this mid tempo love song, Bosalin assures the ladies of his love for them while DJ Ree drives the message home on the hook!
Production by Cast The Beat while the Reloaded version was produced by JungJun!
'Feel Alright' is that joint you should bump in your car, in the radio and clubs too.
Let me know which of the versions you prefer!
Legggoooo!!!!

DOWNLOAD 'FEEL ALRIGHT' ON
www.sharebeast.com/wxqd1z0k5d2h

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www.sharebeast.com/tv4hmy1uxoza

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Albino Flash - I'm Sorry Ft. Zoro

Actor cum Movie producer cum video director cum singer, Albino Flash is out with a new single!
This joint is titled "I'm Sorry" and features No Tyme Records rapper, Zoro.
This alternative track follows a different formula and still delivers the same great commercial appeal.
According to Flash, the next club anthem is here! Check it out y'all!
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DJ Frizzie - We Desire To Find Love

Your no.1 female deejay is back and this time she shows her skills on 2Shotz single "Desire".
The PH DJ did what she does best and marshed up Desire with Rihanna's "We Found Love" track.
This right here is the perfect club banger mix you need for your weekend groove!
Check it out baby!!!
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Thursday, September 20, 2012

HAPPY BIRTHDAY RUGGEDMAN

And REAL HIPHOP NAIJA wishes Ruggedman a HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!
Ruggedman's CD was the first Nigerian Hiphop CD I copped!
Salute the veteran!!!!
September 20 is in the building baby!
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Tosin Adeda - My Views on the “Hold Me Back” Nigerian Version Video

Tosin Adeda is one of Nigeria's finest bloggers, writer and music critic.
His view is a far cry from the two previous views we've read.
Meanwhile, FOLLOW ON TWITTER: @tosinadeda.
VISIT- www.tosinadeda.wordpress.com

"Why did he shoot in the slums? that i don't know, but i have my own opinion on why he did shoot the videos in the slum, and it goes thus: for a song that portrays struggle, hustle, poverty and how hard work can take anybody out of it, the best place for someone like Rick Ross to shoot the video is the slums. he was once like the people in the slums, he remembers the struggle, he remembers the hustle, and he remembers the people who he was once like.
The song is a Ghetto song, it's a song about the streets, it's about the common man, it's only logical to shoot such a video in the ghetto, on the streets. I salute the director of the videos also, there is a difference between making a Slum Scene and actually using a real slum, and in this case a real slum was used, which i think it's something that Nigerian video directors need to learn, that's what originality and creativity is about.
For those who have a problem with the quality of the video, i challenge them to show me a better Nigerian ghetto video (Directed by a Nigerian) that's as original, precise, straight to the point as the "Hold Me Back" Nigeria video. To think that the video was short within a short time and came out good is a plus.
How many of our own Nigerian artistes have done songs/video to show the plight of Nigerians who live in poverty? majority of them portray Nigeria in their videos like all is fine and we all live the good life. Some don't even shoot their videos in Nigeria, they go to other African countries to shoot videos, is that what you like? people who don't believe in a country that made them rich and famous.
Some make it worse by using White models in their videos, the height of inferiority complex. Its a shame that anybody will feel offended by a foreigner who came over to Nigeria to shoot a video in the slums that we Nigerians have forgotten about.
By the way did y'all see the tribute to Rashidi Yekini? I loved that, R.I.P to the Legend of Nigerian Football.
Now finally to those who just don't like the video because they feel it portrays Nigeria in bad way to the outside world, first of all let me make a point clear to you all, The average, shallow minded, myopic, stupid and dumb non – Nigerians (especially the whites) see Nigeria and Africa as a whole as a jungle of black monkeys who hang on trees and stuff, and there is Nothing anybody can do to change it, because majority will die in their ignorance.
That aside, i have some questions for those who feel insulted by the video being shot in the slums.Are the visuals of the video that of Nigeria or not? Is Nigeria a developed country? What does the average Nigerian worth? How much does the average Nigerian spend in a day? Is Nigeria a paradise for majority of Nigerians? Those people in the slums, are they lesser Nigerians than you are? Are you really offended because you feel bad for them or because of your own ego? Do you care about those particular set of people? Why do you have a problem with the whole world seeing how majority of Nigerians live? . . Answer those questions in your minds, they are rhetorical.
A country blessed with so much natural resources, and yet so much poverty and suffering by the majority of it's people, a country that cannot boast of steady power supply, good health care, good roads, good water supply, good education and several other basic infrastructure that every Nigerian deserves, why will you as a Nigerian want to help the looting and corrupt leaders of Nigeria hide the fact that majority of we Nigerians live in abject poverty and penury in the midst of plenty?
And it's funny and ridiculous that you think you can hide the fact that majority of Nigerians live in poverty because of corrupt leaders, i mean these leaders steal public funds and store in the hands of these same people we are trying to hide from. The world is not blind, they can see, they know how we live in, they know that majority live in poverty, you can't hide that fact.
The fact that you are privileged and have access to more money and luxury does not change the fact that majority of Nigerians are poor and live below a dollar everyday.
I find it very inhumane to feel offended that Nigerians like you and i are in avideo, but because they live in the slums, you arebothered about how the outside world will feel about us in general. The outside world will only talk, they don't care about you and i, they won't solve our problems, it is You and I that will solve our own problems and get ourselves out of the abject poverty that we have been subjected to as Nigerians by our thieving and corrupt politicians.
Do you know the joy and happiness those people in the slums felt? Do you know what is means to be rejected by the govt of your own country, andleft to live in permanent misery and poverty? Only to be remembered by a foreigner, who wentahead to shoot a video so that the we all can see their plight. Y'all should be ashamed of yourselves, for feeling offended over the joy of Nigerians who got remembered for once in a verylong while.
The Govt have forgotten these people, left to die in the slums, now you are also going to betray and deny them, because you have more money? Shame on YOU!!!
What have you done to help out? have you touched the lives of Nigerians who live in poverty? what have you contributed? Nothing, absolutely Nothing!
Nigeria go better . . ."
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Lanre Xpose - One Step Forward, Two Steps Back; Rick Ross Holds Nigeria Back

Lanre Xpose is a Nigerian blogger who has aired his view on the Hold Me Back video on this article. He does some analysis and proves his points to every extent possible.
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"Rick Ross came down to Lagos, Nigeria for the Summer Jam festival. Bumped into the streets and asked the organisers to take him to slums (the worst part of Lagos) for a quick shoot of his single "Hold Me Back" off his new album "God Forgives, I Don't". Immediately I was like uh-oh!
This is the same slum and look-alike a section of Nigerian politics is trying to clean up, recruited graduates like me (thank you) and more to assist.
The Lagos state government is quite obvious there are slums in Lagos and efforts have been made to bring them out of it but the commuters think it is unfair to do so because there would be no place to shelter. How do they know that? Why take a mat from a man and not provide a mattress where 2 men can fit.
Back to Rick Ross: immediately "Hold Me Back" Nigeria version was released I flipped.
To me, It was like getting ready for October "Nigeria's Independence Day" in February — hustling to put my family in good clothing ahead of time just to parade on that glorious remembrance day we got our freedom from the white people — and man who knows nothing about our struggle, plan, culture and government comes to parade my family in torn unappreciated clothes just for his own benefit and self interest.
"Hold Me Back" is a song about struggle from grass to grace. When he released the American version, BET & MTV banned it. Only jupiter knows what Rick Ross and Def Jam did to lift the ban but my point is, the video is improper (lyrics) to sell entertainment. Every country no matter the race has an image to protect.
My point is "Hold Me Back" is not the type of song where Nigeria's government and history will be sold because of self interest to promote an international street struggle. Why? The song contents are vulgar "fuckin, niggas, pussy, hoe, pussy hoe". In some years we want to remember the best tribute song of Nigeria's image and the content is full of crap, not something sensible from King Sunny Ade or late Fela Kuti.
Hip-Hop in the 90′s was a genre which wasn't allowed to air on broadcast, for its violence, drug use, vulgar and now for it's nudity — I'm a Hip-Hop head, XXL certified, allow me to scold the culture — How dare you parade a country's pride on a song"pussy hoe, pussy hoe" music. Do it for your country leave others alone.
"I'm more pissed with a complete stranger using sensitive stuff like the Biafran war to try and boost his cred n stuff..nobody can jst go to south africa n try to use Mandela's legacy to do video to boost rep n street cred" – Anonymous.

Yes! The video is the truth, it's original, those are true Nigerians(average/low), no dispute. But it of self interest and not the nation. This is still the same thing we are fighting against in Nigeria; doing the right things for the wrong reasons, vice-versa.
Naeto C, son of the former minister of aviation, anhiphop artist in Nigeria put the hood in his "Ten Over Ten" video with better lyrics directed by Bobby Boulders — did an unpublicised concert for the hood. But Nigerians all called it wack and spat on it.
Rick Ross (not a citizen) captured the hood/slum and Nigerian government for "pussy, ho, pussy ho" and we all embrace it.
D'banj wasn't allowed more than 10seconds of "oh, oh, oh, eh, eh eh" jungle sound on the G.O.O.D Music "Cruel Summer" album all because too much Nigeria product won't sell the project. We all dissed D'banj, rushed into his twitter to abuse & haze him to come back home.
Now you think, selling our poverty side with terrible lyrics on Youtube world wide stream and screen won't do worse? You're playing yourself! Even black Americans are racial to Africans.
All said and done, I have to get to back to my little unit where I contribute to the development of Nigeria. It's left to you to play your part. Stop taking one step forward and two steps back.
God Bless Nigeria."
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M.I - God Forbid

Choc City artiste and J-town representer, MI Abaga joins the debate as he posted on his blog the following titled 'God Forbid!' This is what he wrote.

"Does it make you angry? Does it rile you to see your country portrayed as poor and suffering and full of struggle?
It burns you, does it not? To have some foreigner who knows nothing of your history and pain, of the stories that flow within your blood to have this foreigner come in and tell your story?
Is it not the height of disrespect and insensitivity? Does it not chafe against the thick skin you have grown to cover your otherwounds?
Does it not make you angry?
We should wax sanctimonious about national pride being slighted.
We should vent our displeasure online.
We should occupy something.
Because God forbid the truth ever be told about what things really are.
God forbid a stranger remind us about those things we choose to ignore everyday.
God forbid we ever face the truth about ourselves.
God forbid we do not go on the internet and rail about how our country is being cast in bad light. God forbid we do not talk about how there is a small minority which lives better than portrayed.
God forbid we do not ignore truth one more time.
God forbid we don't."


DO YOU AGREE WITH M.I???
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New Video: Rick Ross - Hold Me Back (Nigerian Version)

This tightly shot and thoughtful video is the visual to Ross 'Hold Me Back', single off the GFID Album.
It dropped barely a couple of days ago and has already caused a hurricane of arguments, counter arguments and opinions!
I'll be posting the various articles on this video asap.
Meanwhile, download the American and Nigerian versions of the visual below.

DOWNLOAD US VERSION
http://tubidy.mobi/watch/Sgm14AV4d1YZRqRNrvE_2FhA_3D_3D/3gp-mobile/fs

DOWNLOAD NIGERIAN VERSION
http://tubidy.mobi/watch/aCiLfSDxMuh8wfKMOSVBsA_3D_3D/3gp-mobile/fs
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M Trill - Blackout + Anything Ft. Frank D'Nero

Port Harcourt Hiphop's biggest son, M Trill is back with two new songs!
While they might not be his official singles, he still wants y'all to vibe to something 'fresh'.
"Anything" features Port Harcourt super producer and singer Frank D'nero and has that highlife-pop feel to it.
"Blackout" shows the more lyrical side of M Trilla!!!
Let me know what y'all feel about the joints! Leggooo!!!!

DOWNLOAD BLACKOUT ON
http://mybbmradio.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Blackout1.mp3

DOWNLOAD ANYTHING ON
http://mybbmradio.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Anything-ft-frankdnero.mp3
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Sensato - La Confession Ft. Pitbull, D'banj

Latin rapper and singer Sensato teams up with Pitbull as they join the league of stars to spit on the instrumental of Oliver Twist.
Oliver Twist was originally performed by D'banj who is signed to Kanye West's GOOG Music label.
Other notable celebrities to freestyle on Oliver Twist include Estelle, Wale, Donaeo etc.


DOWNLOAD ON
http://tubidy.mobi/watch/f_2B6I9xzjSLR8Z0Yebqi2Bw_3D_3D/3gp-mobile/fs

OR ON
www.sensatosworld.com
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New Video: Slim Brown - Opasa

And Enugu's dance master Slim Brown celebrates his birthday in style with the release of this dope video!
This is the visual to his chart topping single 'OPASA' which has become a favorite in the streets, clubs and radios!
Opasa is a single off Slim Brown's recently released album - F.O.R S.A.L.E.
Check out the beautiful and colorful Opasa video which was shot in London and Enugu, Nigeria with cameo appearances from Wizboyy, Durella, Pincode etc.

Directed by Cobiflick and iLondon media production.
Ladies and gentlemen, get ur dancing shoes on!

WATCH & DOWNLOAD ON
http://giditube.com/download_3gp.php?url=aHR0cDovLzNncC1zNC55YWF5YS5tb2JpL2Rvd25sb2FkLzNncF9kaXJlY3QvWktibnRiWnJXbWsvM2dwL3NsaW0tYnJvd24tT1BBU0EtSEQtKHd3dy55YWF5YS5tb2JpKS4zZ3A=&vid=eNortjI0tFKK8k7KK0mKKgrPzVayBlwwOkgGDw

REAL HIPHOP NAIJA wishes the Egwu Master a Happy Birthday, long life and prosperity!

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New Video: Slim Brown - Opasa

And Enugu's dance master Slim Brown celebrates his birthday in style with the release of this dope video!
This is the visual to his chart topping single 'OPASA' which has become a favorite in the streets, clubs and radios!
Opasa is a single off Slim Brown's recently released album - F.O.R S.A.L.E.
Check out the beautiful and colorful Opasa video which was shot in London and Enugu, Nigeria with cameo appearances from Wizboyy, Durella, Pincode etc.

Directed by Cobiflick and iLondon media production.
Ladies and gentlemen, get ur dancing shoes on!

WATCH
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DOWNLOAD ON
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REAL HIPHOP NAIJA wishes the Egwu Master a Happy Birthday, long life and prosperity!

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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

ZdaReaper - Drifting Ft. Spaceman and Zubi

And the city of Port Harcourt comes alive on this solid lyrical piece!
From the stables of Reaper Muzik comes Z-Da Reaper with 'Drifting'.
A rap joint with deep lyrical content, metaphors, heavy punchlines and intelligent wordplays!
Vocal assistances are from PH city's finest radio hosts cum rappers - Spaceman who is an OAP on 91.7 Radio PortHarcourt and Zubi Da Greatest who is an OAP on Rhythm 93.7 PH!
This song is certified!!!!!!!!

DOWNLOAD ON
http://t.co/N5luWoTQ

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New Mixtape: ALPHA - The Road to R.U.S.H

The Road To R.U.S.H is a 10-track mixtape put together by the SouldOut Muzik rapper/producer ALPHA.
It is a prelude to his forthcoming project, "R.U.S.H." (acronym for "Rap Until Something Happens").
This dope mixtape consists purely of covers for hits like Beyonce's "Countdown", Chiddy Bang's "Mind Your Manners", and even Nigerian producer Kas's "Fi mi le".
It already boasts of two successful singles on the internet, "Go Silly" and "Killin' Em".
This mixtape is laden with intelligent punchlines and wordplay, and promises to be an audio feast for lovers of rap music.

Mixed and mastered by Alpha for BallBoyBeatz.

DOWNLOAD WHOLE MIXTAPE ON
http://t.co/mspxxiGt

DOWNLOAD INDIVIDUAL TRACKS:

01 Mind Your Manners http://limelinx.com/88w5
02 Blue Sky http://limelinx.com/buoix
03 Go Silly http://limelinx.com/dmzb9
04 Killin' Em http://limelinx.com/f0prd
05 I'm On One http://limelinx.com/bwtop
06 Fi Mi Le (freestyle) http://limelinx.com/eaj3t
07 Countdown http://limelinx.com/fhfbd
08 Muthafucka Up http://limelinx.com/f2uw5
09 Took One To The Head http://limelinx.com/byyuh
10 Who Be Dat http://limelinx.com/eco9l

All in all, this mixtape is a thumbs considering especially that this is his first project!

RATING: 4/5

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WEBSITE: www.reverbnation.com/alphatheballboy
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Monday, September 17, 2012

New Mixtape: United States Of Blood Diamonds

And making history on this heavyweight mixtape include Big African stars and award winners like: Sarkodie, Ice Prince, M.I, Brymo and Lousika just to name some, upcoming African artist like Ace-da-Kiid (Diamond Soul Entertainment) , Liberian/Ghana Decordha the mask-man, Ghana producer Qholabeatz and South African Stanno(Diamond Soul Entertainment), also with the Colombian superstar MC Dementor known as the "White African"!.
'Diamond Soul Visions' is an American based label with the goal and aim of make history on the USA music industry ,the company managed all the process of selection, hosting and release of this mixtape.
They got for the hosting "DJ RonG" known for works with legendary rap stars like 2pac, Nas and Biggie.
After review of the 17 tracks we can say that African artist are the future of the world's music industry.


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Mixtape TrackList
1.INTRO – Diamonds Are Forever
2.Ace Da Kiid – Screw De Bih's
3.Spank ft Blicky – Up All Night
4.Lousika – Boss Chick
5.M.I Ft Yung6ix – Export
6.Mariachi Ft FTR – The Starting End
7.Devour Ft Simo – Young Entrepreneur
8.Dementor Ft Decordha, Qholabeatz – Star Life
9.Camp Mulla – Walk It Out
10.Yesaya – Speaking In Toungue
11.Ice Prince-M.I – Fuck You
12.Sarkodie – His Majesty
13.Blayze Ft J-Namic, Bongo Riot, Hydro – BraveStars
14.Rina – Niggaz In Blantyre
15.Scientific Ft Jayso – Haters You Lost It
16.Stanno – Always Roll
17.Brymo – Omaricha

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Big Mo - Wallahitalahi

Following up from his 2011 single, "Gentle Man" which featured E.M.E soldier Skales and sampled the late great Fela Anikulapo-Kuti as well as the Pope Tha Hitman-featured "Fear Me", fast-rising Nigerian rapper and singer/songwriter BIG MO returns in the second half of 2012 with his massive new single titled "Wahlaitalai" and this one features another rising star of 2012,
Maytronomy.
"Wahlaitalai" is an excellent Nigerian pop song which is led by lush drum patterns, sweet melodies, witty rap verses and a catchy and infectious hook that will not only rule the radio air waves and conquer dance floors all over the country in the coming months but will also see Big Mo rise up the ranks of "Ones To Watch" in Nigerian music in 2012.

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D Force - No More Heaven

The Nigerian based fast rising crew D-Force presents this graceful joint titled 'No More Heaven'. A socially consicous tune with an inspiring theme.
From the opening notes of the song,
one hears the lyrical combination of this talented crew and the message
they are trying to send across.
'No More Heaven' is the first single off their forthcoming album and is a message to the world and
for people to have the fear of God in them in order to reduce the evil
at large.
This is a group to watch out for and having lots more yet to
be unveiled!


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Sunday, September 16, 2012

New Video: Young Paperboyz - Cast

Young Paperboyz is a Hip/Hop, R&B & Pop group.
They are Nigerian boyz who are based in ukraine, Check out the video below as directed by Mayor Boss Production. This one is titled "CAST" and is a video of the single from their previously released mixtape "Naija Boss" Mixtape which is available online.
Enjoy!

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Saturday, September 15, 2012

Kardinall Official Ft. Wizkid - Repping My City

And Wizkid hits his first official oversea collaboration and this time he beautifully laces the hook for Kardinall Officiall!
The EME vocalist really shows he can survive on the international front!
Check out this dope song and don't forget to leave your comments.

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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

New Video: Luni - One Thing Two

LUNI (pronounced "loony") is an acronym for "Like you never Imagined". It is the name of emerging Lagos-bred, Benin-born rapper.
After stepping into the scene last year with the single "Lakulli" and making a huge splash on Nigerian radio airwaves with his sophomore record - the infectious "One Thing Two" - earlier in the year, this long awaited and hugely sought after music video is now here!
Directed by the dynamic Paul "Gambit" Obata and centred on a boring office going wild and letting its hair all the way down, the music video for "One Thing Two" is an infectious visual representation - not only of the excellently catchy single but also of
Luni's witty lyrics, wordplay and contagious flow. Everything from Gambit's clever use of creatively-crafted emoticons and imagery to the humorous typography and dialogue to the enthralling party scenes gives this music video a welcomed fun-filled edge and makes it a MUST watch!

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http://youtu.be/P-24CesRqsQ?hd=1

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Monday, September 10, 2012

New Album: XYZ - Black Hue

Coming outta the stables of Nigeria's dopest Hiphop crew Str8 Buttah is XYZ with "Black Hue", a beat album!
'BLACK HUE' is XYZ's second solo collection of beats: A masterful collage of gritty unrelenting boom bap from start to finish. Occasionally revealing patches of dancehall, soul, Electronica!
With this project, XYZ continues to build on the signature sound he first exhibited on Xperimentz (2011)- melancholy samples layered over gritty percussion, but never shys away from throwing in surprises around every bend. Proving why he is becoming the go to producer for that Raw and unorthodox sound while still remaining a formidable threat behind the mic.

The 'darkness' of "Black Hue" is immersive though never overwhelming; Absorbing light but giving warmth. Most importantly it remains true to the essence of the beatsmith's craft: the ability to create something unique and instantly recognisable from different sources!

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Sunday, September 9, 2012

Bosalin - Sexy Die Ft. Dialect + Nwanne Ft. Mr Raw

BosaLin aka Onye UtaLi aka Utalinator drops two new songs; "Nwanne" featuring Igbo Rap Pioneer, Mr Raw (Formerly known as Nigga Raw) and "Sexy Die" featuring Dialect of "Jangulova" fame.
"Nwanne" is a wake up cry calling us as brothers to unite. This thoughtful song boasts of conscious lyrics from both rappers and a couple of lines as an ode to Late Eze Ndi Igbo, Chief Odumegwu Ojukwu!
"Sexy Die" is a more commercial song for the ladies.


Bosalin is definitely one indigenous act to keep an eye on!

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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

BIG-KLEF - CHIEF KEEF "I DONT LIKE" NIGERIAN RMX

Rapper and performer Bigklef is out with a dope freestyle!
This is the Naija remix to Chief Keef's 'I Don't Like'.
Oghenebruhihor Ofigho a.k.a BIG-KLEF was born and raised in the city of Warri, Delta state,Nigeria and is presently based in Bay area (Hayward), California, U.S.A.
Listen and comment y'all!

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CONTACT INFO:
www.twitter.com/bigklef
www.facebook.com/bigklef
Instagram: @bigklef
bigklefbeatz@gmail.com
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Fecko - Flow Global (Boombap Remix) feat. TALoNTED

Brand new 'boom bap' remix for Fecko's "Flow Global" track, produced
by Teck-Zilla. It still features New Jersey-bred rapper, TALoNTED, but
the beat's different this time. Please listen up, share and enjoy.

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Follow On Twitter: @Fecko_thaEmcee @Talonted
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Sunday, September 2, 2012

Buckwylla, Syko, Dharsaw, Baseone, Drew, Labzy Lawal& Boogey – Lion Heart

Off the Blood Drive mixtape the single tittled 'LION HEART' will be the last dose before the mixtape finally drops next month..it features the best talented upcoming acts.. Buckwylla, Syko, Dharsaw, Baseone, Drew, Labzy Lawal & Boogey..[Produced by Drew]

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