First thing is first,happy international women's day to all my lady fans,I want to let you know that you are the rocks of our existence and I appericiate you.
Back to the all new double trouble mixtape volume 13 that was released last Friday at 4.00 pm and why it is a must listen.
Well,this mixtape is not only a must listen because its from your favourite king of the decks,Dj Joe Mfalme but because its a mix that every Kenyan should be proud of.Its an all Kenyan music mix featuring all the freshest songs right now to get you in a good mood and dancing.For those who are not Kenyans this is the perfect mix for you to feel what Kenyan music is all about.
As always, the mix is available in both audio and video depending on your preference.This 13th edition for March can also be downloaded easily from the site www.deejayjoemfalme.com/mixes at the simple click of a button.
Every first Friday of the month,Kenya's most sought after disc jockey releases a new mixtape in which he focuses on various genres of music in order to let his fans experience all the variety that the world of music has to offer,from hiphop,trap,dancehall,RnB,afrobeats and even our very own local Kenyan music.
What are you waiting for? Download,listen and enjoy Double trouble 13 NOW!
The rapper Future made history on Sunday by debuting at number one on the US chart in back-to-back weeks with different albums.
The Atlanta rapper had entered at number one on the Billboard sales chart for the week through February 23 with a self-titled album.
He returned a week later with a completely new album, “HNDRXX.” It debuted at number one for the week through Thursday, pushing the self-titled album to number two.
“HNDRXX” sold 121,000 copies in the United States or the equivalent in streaming or downloads during its first week, according to the tracking service Nielsen Music.
It is unusual for artists to release albums with such a short gap, but longstanding promotional strategies have been increasingly evolving — especially in rap and dance music — as streaming shakes up the industry.
The 33-year-old Future, one of the leading forces in Atlanta’s rap scene, stays true to his signature style on the self-titled album with tracks that boast of his success and the delights of the rap lifestyle.
But the album ends on “Feds Did a Sweep,” a tale of a police raid that sets the stage for the more introspective “HNDRXX.”
On “HNDRXX,” Future reflects on his life and apologizes for excesses. The album features appearances by two of the biggest stars in R&B, Rihanna and The Weeknd.
Future had enjoyed a boost in his profile in 2015 when he recorded a mixtape with one of the top names in hip-hop, Drake, called “What a Time to Be Alive.”
While Future is the first artist to replace himself at number one in debut weeks, nine acts have had albums at number one and number two at the same time.Among them is Guns N’ Roses, who released “Use Your Illusion I” and “Use Your Illusion II” simultaneously in 1991.