"Look Forward" was released in 2017, and only recently caught our attention. The EP features 7 very strong tracks, both in terms of lyrics as musically, with an intricate mix of HipHop, Jazz and RnB/Soul.
Evolving Into The Mainstream
Ugoccie releases 'Man on Fire', a song off her EP, 'A Piece of Me'. Ugoccie’s ‘Man on Fire’ comes as something fresh and refreshing – completely out of the box. Most striking is the realisation that the song kicks off with the narration of a story – storytelling being a vital quality of a traditional entertainer. This attribute of the song makes listening to ‘Man on Fire’ a serious business.
On the fairness of femininity
Just as a painter uses pigments as his medium to capture a worldly essence, KSsense employs the celebration of a woman’s body in capturing aspects of our tangible and intangible world. KSsense divides the themes of this album. With sexuality and boy positivity, the significance of the individual is catered to. With colorism, racism, and identity, social issues, the collective is addressed.
An ingenious tribute to time
Smokingsforcoolpeople's ‘Damian’ is a meeting point of the old and the new, a subtle reminder that the old does not belong in the past and that the present rests on the foundations of the old. The twelve-track RnB album gives off the vibes of the 80s and 90s in all of its uniqueness, and the listener feels the sounds of a moment in time through which music has traveled. We highly recommend it.
Clarity in confusion
The unstoppable elders of the L'Entourloop collective, King James and Sir Johnny are proud to present their long-awaited third and new album “La clarté dans la confusion” ("Clarity in Confusion"). The 20 tracks of this new album are the result of a meticulous production process, CARE and PASSION being the keywords. When you start listening to this album, you won't stop till you drop!
An African Hip-Hop Anthem
The Aluu 4 was a necklace lynching that involved four young men, Ugonna Obuzor, Toku Lloyd, Chiadika Biringa, and Tekena Elkanah, all students of the University of Port Harcourt. They were all lynched after they were falsely accused of theft in Aluu, a community in Ikwerre local government area, Rivers State, Nigeria on 5 October 2012. M.I. Abaga wrote Ashes in response to this tragedy.