#Reviews

Ogene music gains popularity on the Nigerian music scene. . The traditional Ogene music of Southeast Nigeria is making inroads into contemporary music genres.
The lyrics of the awakening African spirit. An unlikely pair of Africa's best contemporary rappers and music producers come together to make a song which in every right is an anthem for today's African spirit.
A Review of Ric Hassani's 'Thunder Fire You'. Ric Hassani has released a song titled 'Thunder Fire You'. In certain circles, the song's title and theme is being considered offensive hence it has been banned from his country's airwaves. We have reviewed this song to evaluate its musical merits as befitting of any work of art.
A review of Warren Gallimore's 'I Just Wanna Tell You' (ft. Austin Leeds & E Marie). Music encompasses worlds, presents them to the listener and leads them along a sensory experience of its lanes and highways in manners that are soothing and unassuming. ‘I Just Wanna Tell You’ does just this. It’s a world being presented to the listener. It’s not the future, neither is it fantasy. It is the past. Listening to the song brings you face-to-face with flavours of a time that’s rarely remembered, drowned in contemporary artistry.
This one is a phenomenal song. ‘Tell Me’ is a very expressive song conveyed in a rich vocal tone and accentuated in the mood of the instrumental accompaniment. In every sense, it is your classic RnB deserving of a chance in standing the test of time. It is very tempting to delve into the fine details of this song, and it won’t be out of place to make the attempt. Phenomenal music is one that leaves the listener feeling like they have stumbled upon something rare, like Fumani's 'Tell Me'. We highly recommend you listen and decide for yourself.
Soul Darker Than Blue. The Senior Allstars prove with this release that basically all music can be 'dub-ified', and when coupled to a brilliant vocalist like Ammoye the results add to the legacy of the original versions.