Posts from 2019-05-21

MADAM BOSS AKOTHEE RELEASES MUJE

AkotheeKenya’s renowned afro-pop singer-songwriter Esther Akoth is better known as Akothee aka Madam Bos has released a new single ‘Muje’.

The controversial performer is a creator of massive hits with some of Africa’s big-name collaborations such as ‘Give It To Me’ featuring Nigeria’s Flavour and Tanzania’s Diamond on ‘Sweet Love’. ‘Muje’ comes as Akothee’s 4th release in 2019, its predecessors being ‘Basi’, her first single this year, where she works with coast based ‘Ziky Mtanah’, also the first signing on her label Akothee Empire. She then released the legendary ohangla ‘Abebo’ that took off with massive airplay. In April 2019, the versatile Madam Boss got with Tanzania’s Linex to release a laid back blessing of a song dubbed ‘Baraka.’

Akothee on ‘Muje’ adopts a new style she describes as a love song. She has had a number of songs about love but in her latest release, it is an intimate message to a lover.

The song also veers off her signature sound to now bring in a fresh feel of a laid back West African vibe, that is catching on globally.

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DJ KHALED DROPS MORE SINGLES OFF THE FATHER OF ASAHD ALBUM FT THE LATE NIPSEY HUSSLE AND BUJU BANTON

dj khaledDJ Khaled is back, and has not disappointed with his 2018 album “Father of Asahd.” Known for his larger than life personality, his music is always a trendsetter and a winner on the music charts.

His album whose first tracks included the mega collaboration by power couple Jay-Z and Beyonce on the track ‘Top Off,’ and ‘No Brainer’ with Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper, has continued to maintain industry buzz with sought after features.

Khaled’s 15-track album also tackles some social issues and features some sentimental releases, among them the Nipsey Hussle tribute. The track dubbed ‘Higher’ features recently deceased neighborhood hero Nipsey Hussle and RnB icon John Legend. The track is the epitome of the best music. Symphony-like instruments and angelic harmonies led by Grammy winner John Legend grounds the track, for Nipsey to take it ‘Higher.’

DJ Khaled remarkably pulls back from putting in his ad-libs, which makes for a well-rounded, soul-lifting listeners experience.

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