With Camp Mulla officially releasing “Prices”, yesterday as an official single, we decided to bless our readers with the track. They say more money means more problems, but Camp Mulla and Wizkid aren’t stressing or worrying about prices. It’s been a great one year for Camp Mulla, who last week released their debut album Funky Town. Apart from being were nominated for the 2012 BET.
I’ve said it so many times while showcasing various artists and producers. There are artists who have natural talent and make their way up from being popular to super-stars and mega-stars. The potential and energy is there and it’s just a matter of getting the right team and embracing a go to producer and sticking with them for a while . One of those artists who in my books have the.
In the current music industry, collabos are key to penetrating some markets and different fan bases. However some collabos seemed forced and it’s not too many collabos that breathe freshness. One of the collabos that I’ve been riding to that breathe’s freshness is “Gentleman” by P-unit Feat Sauti Sol. I can honestly say the pairing on this track works perfectly. P-Unit exhibits.
Never in my wildest imagination, and dark fantasies did i think that the #USIUCHICKS Kenya’s most heated trending topic would give birth to love/hate, impending court battles and now even a song!! Kapella, an unsigned hiphop jumped on the trending topic wagon and did some verses on the ” Monster” beat done by Kanye West. He flows eazy, going hard and showcasing.
Even with the controversies both of them have voices and can really sing and coupled with thier beauty, they really form the ultimate collabo pair. On the flip side, the pairing of the duo is a recepie for people to hate and look for fault when there is none. Now the beat sounds like a “diwali riddim” rip off, but Ogopa Djs put a twist to the beat to make it refreshing and unique in.
For reggae fans, the 2000s will go down in history as a decade in which dancehall toasting and reggae singing often went hand-in-hand in much the same way that hip-hop and R&B went hand-in-hand. Dancehall toasters incorporated reggae singing throughout the 2000s, and reggae singers (especially the younger ones) didn’t hesitate to feature dancehall toasters. The prominence.
P-Unit – KArE (feat Mimo) (Exclusive ***) P-Units album is finally complete and should be hitting the stores (itunes also) in the next few weeks. I personally cant wait to meet these cats in person. I can’t wait for the US tour, I know it will be challenging for Kenyan promoters to support flight and accomodation for 3 artsts and a manager but I think the quality put into this album.
Largely comprised of up-tempo, club-destined tracks, the 13 song set kicks off to a cracking start with the Swizz Beats produced ‘I Can Transform Ya’. Featuring Lil’ Wayne, the track– one of the album’s lead singles – sees Brown enlist rapper-like delivery in detailing how he can change the life of a lucky lady. Beyond being a rather good ode to self-indulgence, the song formally.