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Thursday, February 11, 2016 Posted by Duncan Sodala
Part Time Cooks member, Black Moss has just dropped his latest single which shy's away from the repetitive sound many independent artist are putting out to become relevant. Instead he has chosen to stick to his guns by partnering up once again with proven accomplice, Thovo Beats, to give us this scorcher titled Dalai Lama
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Sebastien Dutch (DJ/Producer/Radio Personality) returns after a one year hiatus away from making music with his first single of 2016 called "All The Way".
It features the smooth vocal talents of Zambian King of RnB and displays the evolution of the Zambian 23 year old Electronic Music Pioneer.
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One month after the release of the A.R.T EP, hardworking Nigerian artist, Fecko, decides to make a major come back with an indigenous Nigerian wedding-oriented song titled "FINALLY" produced by S.T.O Beats.
This song is something unexpected from Fecko as it's tottally different from the genre he's known for, however it's a great fusion of urban high life, RnB and a little bit of rap.
It's totally groovy, enjoyable and a song that should be added to your Valentine Playlist.
Thursday, January 28, 2016 Posted by Duncan Sodala
Nigerian-born, Montreal-based producer Teck-Zilla jumps back on the scene with 'Joe Jackson Kids,' a new instrumental tribute project full of slappers, head-nodders, and ridiculous Jackson 5 sample flips.
Of course, the voice and spirit of Michael Jackson runs through the veins of this ten track effort, whether that’s on the bass-rich “Letter to Michael,” or the absolutely bananas, but short-lived “Outro View.” It also features snippets of interviews with the late musical legend, whose words build a narrative amidst the chopped-up samples.
And then there’s instant highlight “Human Nature,” which goes beyond simply turning Jackson’s track of the same name on its head. Teck-Zilla weaved in bits from select Illmatic jams to flesh it out into what sounds like a fully realized song. And for those unfamiliar, Illmatic standout “It Ain’t Hard to Tell” features a “Human Nature” flip by Large Professor, so it’s only right Teck-Zilla paid homage.
As for the project’s name, Teck-Zilla explains, “I got the title from one of my favourite Jeru the Damaja records, “Whatever,” off his Wrath of the Math LP.” He continues, “That line always cracked me and my brother up every time, so it was kinda like an inside joke for both of us. Just remember to say ‘check it out' after the title.”
This is Teck-Zilla’s third instrumental project following Souled Off: A Dedication to Molly Molls and Son of Sade (An Ode), so be sure to peep those once you’re done bumping Joe Jackson Kids. Just make sure you keep a neck-brace handy.
• ‘Souled Off: A Dedication to Molly Molls’ (BandCamp): bit.ly/1ZNnolM
• Teck-Zilla: twitter.com/TeckZilla108
• Facebook: www.facebook.com/Teckzilla
• Instagram: www.instagram.com/teckzilla108
Monday, January 25, 2016 Posted by Duncan Sodala
Sanga Tembo, born January, 28th, 1989 in Ndola City on the Copperbelt, is a Zambian TV and Radio Personality, Publicist (@NXTSolutionz), Voice-over Artist, Events DJ and Audio Producer.
Growing up in Ndola's Masala Township around Hiphop and other genres, sharing music and his opinion of it with people on notable platforms, was always a dream he had, which came to fruition on January 28th, 2012 when he met Steve 'So Sick' N'cube then DJ and Producer at Chishala 'Geshgroove' Chitoshi Jr's Radio Station Flava FM in Kitwe on the Copperbelt, Steve saw potential in him and would then facilitate for Sanga to co-present on a Weekend Youth Radio Show called the Barometer hosted by Mulenga 'Sunshine' Chapewa, this opportunity gave him confidence to take up Radio Presenting as a career.
Sanga co-presented on Flava FM's "The Barometer Show" for a month before moving back to Ndola where he learnt of an audition advertised by Radio Phoenix, who took him on professionally on October 4th, 2012, where he created a Hiphop Show called EarDrum which he hosted until March, 2014 when he took a break to go to school, after which he pitched the show to ZNBC RADIO 4 (88.1MHz) where he currently hosts it on MONDAY NIGHTS at 22:00HRS..
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