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Barely a few days into the new year and the renowned prince of Arewa, Morell, whose real names are Musa Akilah, decides to gift us an early 'sonically pleasing' offering tagged "Laila". This ballad is masterfully delivered in English and Hausa, following with
Fast rising star, Slyde is putting himself on the list of artistes to reckon with in the music industry. His first single “Banana” still is one of the biggest dance-hall songs in 2014. Slyde is here again with another dance track titled “Mordii”. This is Slyde
Off the #MicVol1 project billed to drop later this month comes this sweet love song by the North's finest talent, Morell. The song titled "Sarauniya" is a new-age tune which many of us can relate with. If you've ever "set P" and/or fallen in love on the internet
Morell drops another track to end the year with and it's titled "INGES". Produced by Doubz. Listen up and share.
Morell comes through with a new track tagged "Arewa". This track is coming after the successful release of his previous record 'The One'. The record was produced by talented music producer, Tklex. Listen to the track below.
Morell is out with a spanking new single titled "Haba". The song was produced by Kahli Abdu and it was laced in Hausa. Listen Up!
Northern rap sensation, Morrell fires hard with Jamage – a recital sorta that eats deep into your subconscious by reason of it’s infectious sounds and hooks. Jamage shoots Morrell high up on the trend-setters list and was produced by Dhecade. You’ll definitely
Morell never fails to deliver when it comes to dropping madd jams; be it in English or Hausa, it doesn’t matter. He still kills it regardless. Listen to his brand new single “KAI” which should be on his debut album “M.U.S.A”.
A few days ago, talented act Morell poured his heart out in a touching article chronicling his tales as an up & coming act; the delays, the struggle, the kind of support he received from different people, and everything in between. He took time out to give