#Reviews

Hot and Heavy. "Strongulation" strangles the listener into listening to a collection of themes and moods that come straight from the dragon’s mouth, hot and heavy.
A Rap EP rooted In contemporary Nigerian musical culture. Review of Nigerian Cyprus-based rapper Masscut new EP release "P.I.N". In an attempt to summarize "P.I.N" in a nutshell, it will be right to tag it as a rap EP rooted in contemporary Nigerian musical culture, and branches out into every facet of the artist’s current environment.
A review of Timaya's 'Happy' featuring Machel Montano. Timaya does Afropop with a twist and that is a uniqueness that has come to be taken to be his style. Following the course of his journey through music, one he can draw from his changing environment and ventures further into himself. It is his pattern to have his music bearing the deep imprints of his life experiences whether they be his past or his present experiences, thoughts, challenges, and hopes, and sure in a most entertaining way.
A review of Fallaf's 'Tekila'. The intro comes on, atmospheric and quite theatrical, setting the mood and building into the song proper. Rhythmic and boastful of a pace that's both instrumentally catchy and flowing, the song captivates and sweeps along, flooding the attention and keeping it afloat at once. Instrumentally, 'Tekila' scores very high in artistic value, way above average.
A review of Fallaf's 'Tekila'. The intro comes on, atmospheric and quite theatrical, setting the mood and building into the song proper. Rhythmic and boastful of a pace that's both instrumentally catchy and flowing, the song captivates and sweeps along, flooding the attention and keeping it afloat at once. Instrumentally, 'Tekila' scores very high in artistic value, way above average.
A Hip-Hop interview set to music. On coming across the album title, 'The Johannesburg Files', one is very likely to know not what to expect exactly even though it apparently portends something out of the ordinary - and sure it is! In bearing testimony to the universality of music, The Johannesburg Files draws its contributors from South Africa, Nigeria, the USA, and the Netherlands.