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 Ric Hassani's 'Thunder Fire You'
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.
From Nigeria comes a new track to the Hip-Hop music scene
Titled ‘To U’, Timaya lyrically sets the objects of his message towards hallowed heights. It is a song of reminiscence and praise.
A song of hope
Once again another hit single from Nigeria arrives the scene in celebration of Ogoo’s musical and vocal ingenuity.
An ingenious mix of #HipHop, #RnB and contemporary African #Highlife
‘Happy Married Life’ joins the list of musically engaging tracks for which Ashman is fast gaining an industry reputation.
Direct and punchy lines delivered with a hint of Jamaican Patois
This single produced by Blazeslaan, featuring Wajo, is expected to treat listeners to a feel of ingenious and contemporary #HipHop of West African roots. An honest song with socially relevant lyrics accompanied by a solid beat.