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Consider yourself introduced to Nigerian drill artist psiv (pronounced “PS-four”) and his exceptional debut EP ‘Welcome to the 234’. Over the course of the five-track project, the rising artist takes a deep dive into the harsh realities and complexities of life in Nigeria over powerful beats produced by the likes of Verse III, A2R Beatz, Mydus and Houdini Child. A poignant body of work that paints a picture of the glory and gore of the Nigerian experience, ‘Welcome to the 234’ well and truly puts psiv at the forefront of Nigerian drill music. Stream the EP in full to the right.
Consider yourself introduced to Nigerian singer/songwriter Ayra Starr and her shimmering new single ‘Away’ which is taken from her self-titled debut EP which also dropped this past Friday. Joining taste-maker label Mavin Records (the same team behind COLORS alumni Rema and Tiwa Savage), Starr shines on the delectable cut which features a serene soundscape for the singer to lay down her dynamic, soaring tones. Check out ‘Away’ here and be sure to give ‘Ayra Starr’ a spin too – it’s a stunner!
International reggae star and COLORS alumni Patoranking shares funk-filled single ‘BLACK GIRL MAGIC’ from his newly released album ‘THREE’. Overflowing with groove, the single is an empowering and uplifting cut that sees the Nigerian artist’s infectious melodies and silky tones sweep across the funky guitars and energetic drums. Check out the brilliant single here and be sure to watch Patoranking’s COLORS performance of ‘Feelings’ from earlier this year if you haven’t already done so.
Consider yourself introduced to Nigerian singer/songwriter Tems and her magical new single ‘These Days’ which is produced by Rvdical The Kid. A silky slice of soulful R&B, the track embodies a shimmering soundscape that serves as the perfect backdrop for Tems’ gentle tones to wash over to create a tranquil and utterly captivating atmosphere. Dip into the single and it’s equally endearing lyric video here.
Nigerian star WurlD serves up his sensational blend of electronic and soul on newly released EP titled ‘AFROSOUL’. Featuring standout single ‘GHOST TOWN‘ which he performed for COLORS, the seven-track project boasts the singer/songwriter’s superb vocals which glide across infectious and rhythmic instrumentals that’ll sweep you off your feet from the moment you hit play. Vibe to the EP here and be sure to check out WurlD magnificent COLORS performance if you haven’t already done so.
After having a sensational 2019, Nigerian based star and COLORS favourite Rema returns with another absolutely stunning single in the form of ‘Beamer (Bad Boys)’. Released alongside ‘Rainbow’, ‘Beamer (Bad Boys)’ captures Rema’s infectious flow and invigorating voice once again as he works his magic over an equally fiery afropop beat penned by Rvssian.
Rising Nigerian Afrobeat singer/songwriter Myles impresses with another intoxicating cut in the form of ‘Fine Wine’. With production from Magik who lays down a tantalizing beat which serves as the perfect backdrop for Myles to deliver his chilled vocals and breezy melodies, it’s safe to say that ‘Fine Wine’ is a vibe from start to finish. Check out the scintillating single (which is released by Tinny Entertainment) here.
Nigerian AfroBeats star Killertunes drops his highly anticipated new EP ‘Gbedu & Things’. Having worked with the likes of Mr Eazi, Wizkid, DJ Spinall as well as COLORS alum Tiwa Savage, the producer steps into the spotlight with his first solo body of work which features five vibrant and eclectic tracks that entice and invigorate. Setting the scene beautifully with the cheerful ’11:11′, the entire EP is a continuation of Killertunes’ wondrous sounds that’ll have you up and moving from the get go.
Having already released a handful of EPs this year in the form of ‘Rema’ and ‘Freestyle EP’, the former of which features breakthrough single ‘Dumebi’, Nigerian Afropop artist Rema continues to impress with new project ‘Bad Commando’. The four-track EP, which features production from the likes of Honter, Altims, Oliver El Khatib and 1mind, is another blistering slice of the rising artist’s refreshing sounds.
Austin ‘Tay’ Iornongu Iwar aka Tay Iwar describes his music as “Afro-Fusion”, and quite frankly, there’s no better way to describe it. With his debut album ‘GEMINI’ (out via Soulection) just around the corner, the Nigerian based artist has shared ‘HOW’, a breezy and super smooth cut. Produced by DoOzyBeatz#5HVNNID, the track boasts a powerful and slick beat which serves as the perfect backdrop for Iwar’s sensational vocals to work their magic.