LIMA Sound are cooking up a mixed bag of fantastic music with some surprises, so watch out for the release date."
Watta is an Afro-American music which is already taking over the international airwaves gradually. The music was inspired by the late Afro music King Fela Anikulapo Kuti's 'Watta E no get Enemy Song'.
His music is unmistakably African, but fits seamlessly into today's pop music culture. 'African Giant' contains a challenging mix of Rap, RnB, Reggae and African pop music and at times recalls the also Nigerian great Fela Kuti."
Just reggae music for reggae lovers. This time on a dub mood, deelays, echoes & reverbs... We hope you will enjoy it! Reggae Strong Mix is heavyweight sounds, take care about your ears. This music can beat your head. ..:::Tracklisting:::..
song montana - shabba Emtee ft wizkid - AKA - Roll UP O.T-Genesis - Coco Janelle mone - Yoga Wiz-khalifa - We dem boyz Young Thing - Digits Rae sremmurd - No Flex Zone Drake - Hotline Bling Dj khaled ft lil wayne - chris brown - how many times Big Sean ft
The official Deejay of Cubana Enugu "Deejay Toski" collaborates with Naija Hit Xclusive to dish out The King of Turn Up Mix 0.3. The mixtape houses the best hit song both within Nigeria and beyond. It's a no bad song party mix. Listen below.
Ibile Yo Rexxie pon this one Kapaichumarimarichopaco Jomo DOWNLOAD MUSIC [Hook - Naira Marley] See me see trouble Am I a yahoo boy?
Nigerian prominent disc jockey, DJ Lamp cooks something fishy for music lovers as we head up to yuletide season titled "Investors Mixtape".
"My dad didn't like me doing music, he arrested me when i started facing music, but everything changed after Dami Duro - Davido
In the western music mainstream, the profile of young African talent is soaring.
Popo Wurld Ft Sarz - Mad Dasmart Ft Zinoleesky - Ire Joeboy - Baby Hotkid - Nobody Jumabee - I Get God Fireboy - Vibration Precious Prod Ft Niniola - Pocket Peruzzi - Gunshot Olawale - Show Me The Way Terry G - Inspiration Tiwa Savage - Attention Rude Boy - Audio
So far, a lot of hard work has gone into this process, and I personally believe that with more effort, Nigerian music is poised to become a major music "product" globally.