Olugbenga Victor aka Geevee is a Pop, RnB and Contemporary Dance Hall artiste under 907 Concepts management. He backed up for couple of Nigerian A list artiste and now concentrating on his solo career. He has couple of collabs with artiste both local and international and has just released his first mind blowing hit singles… AGOGO and AKINGBADE rmx Feat. Eclipse.I really like both Tracks, they are Good, Download below.
Akingbade [ remix ] Featuring Eclipse
The second single off W.A.J.E Album which just dropped, Download it below.
Dipo, the singer behind the successful track ‘Be Your Man’, is not a new name or face in the Nigerian music scene, he has continued to shine on; performing at various shows alongside Nigerian and African music majors like Hugh Masekela(South Africa), Tuface Idibia, Asa, Bez, Omawumi, Efya (Ghana), Somi(Uganda), and a host of others. Surely, Dipo needs no introduction.
Dipo has decided to bless us with three new singles from his forth coming album titled “Dipo and his women”.Selense” (prod by Spaxx & Ikon) is dedicated to his lovely wife (yes he is married)!!. The song takes you back to the era of highlife music, when men were boys.
With Dipo’s soothing vocals and lovely lyrics, you cant but step to this. Dipo says “I see a lot of newly weds dancing to this as their first dance.” “Omo Elepo”(prod by Spaxx) is dedicated to all men who go after “ladies of the night”….if you know what i mean.
“Superman (Soji)” (prod by Spaxx) is dedicated to all ladies who deserve more love and care from their men.
Soulful singer Dumebi isn’t a new name in the industry, after putting
out previous wave making singles “Selense”, “No Rival” and “Tele mi”,
the dark skinned petite beauty is out with a new single. This new song
titled “Kill me die” is a unique blend of jazz and soul with some
south african house influences and on it Dumebi shows off her
emotionally laden voice and vocal dexterity. The song which was
produced by Sizzle Pro who has crafted songs for Omawunmi, Waje, K9
and a host of other acts looks at love from a totally different
perspective. Their collaboration did justice to the song and this is
why it is a must listen.
Chaitali Olumide Falemara simply known as Lulu Falemara is no ordinary girl. Born in Mumbai, India and raised in Lagos Nigeria, she’s the only child of her mother and seventh child of her father. Quite fresh on the scene, music and poetry have been part of her life before she could even walk. With her parents’ music records playing in the house and her own early experiments with poems and lyrics, Lulu Falemara has grown up around melody, soul and sound. She’s a child of reggae and raggah, lovers’ rock and soul, and there’s a characteristic rawness and honesty in her writing and singing style. Signed to L.360 management, her music is distinct as she exudes a relaxed and unique sing-jay style. It’s a little jazzy, without letting go off the bounce that comes from reggae and old school hip hop. This ‘unofficial’ single titled War is to allow the public get a feel of Lulu and her music. With this track she manages to catch your mind and make you really think about the world and the people of today. With the first line of the chorus, she achieves her aim to embrace simplicity and originality through her song. She manages to catch your mind and make you really think about the world and its people. “War” intentionally swirls and provokes to make you feel something you wouldn’t expect. Also watch Lulu Falemara perform her cover of Gone till November and also a different and un-rehearsed version of War.
Born in Ibadan some 26years ago in a university hospital into a family of seven.
I grew up in our Lagos home with some paternal uncles who lived with us, they were hip hop heads who listened to the likes of Tupac Amaru Shakur, Coolio and WuTang clan. I watched them rap and nod their head to crunk beats, automatically, I followed suit without knowing. I remember making my first debut as a rapper at age 9, it was a children concert. I still have vivid memories of the church I grew up in and remember every bit of that Sunday afternoon, from my lines to the cleric who clanged the church bell in a manner that said “Evil”!.At that age, I didn’t know what it meant to be embarrassed but I knew I was unhappy. The cleric and some elders called me a thug. Come to think of it was a gospel song, they had words like “Moses”, “supernatural” and “anointing” in them, still I was condemned. It took extra strength aftermath to rap in public, but the jinx was broken when I got into secondary school at age 10, whenever classes were over or there was a break therein, we would hit on our tables and sing. I was the rapper girl and everyone saluted.For the fear of what had happened at church in the past year, I did music only at school. Yet I was a child with very high IQ. Sailing through college, I found myself in boarding house at age 12, then, music became a normal thing to do, it became a really good thing to engage in, it was a norm and everyone adored it, I formed a group in 2000 named “Angelic Voices”, it flourished, we went for inter school singing competitions, alas! Everyone went separate ways after graduation.At the end of 2002, I got into the university, the very year I finished from college. The environment, the new system of education and the culture shock took a toll on me and my music. In my third year on the 23rd day of June 2006, I did my first studio job titled Gidigbam featuring Mira, the rave of the moment at that time in Enugu state. I didn’t stop there, putting together a 16 track gospel album, ambitious yet alone, hardly any encouragement coming from family or close friends. They saw me as a better person than as a musician. It was a hard time for me. The album never got out of the studio. It saddened my entirety.
Working with a radio station whilst being a student urged me to do more, then came graduation, then came the service year, all effort to put out another album was futile. From lack of finance to naughty “taking advantage of me” producers and so forth. In the summer of 2009, I released a single titled ‘Lollipop”, a video was shot for it, at this time, I had drifted from gospel raps to secular raps. With just few air plays on radios and tv coupled with frustrating family, the attempt to break into the music industry failed again.I proceeded to earn a Masters degree in Geographic Information Systems from the prestigious University of Lagos, Nigeria. It was during the course of the programme as I took a stroll one fine evening, I noticed a talking drum left outside to dry. I was amazed, in deep awe, it was my first time ever laying eyes on the local instrument. The love of music that burned in me drew me to it, I touched it. In a week I had started learning the art of the talking drum.It spoke to me every night, I found myself learning my culture more and addressing the world via moral and earth songs. The talking drum formed a tomboy into a woman, it made me see myself and the world from a different focal point. All this happened between 2010 and 2012, I took another bold step, I did my first song with the talking drum played live on it on the 22nd December 2011 titled Eledu’a (God).The likes of Lagbaja, Asa, Angelique Kidjo and India Arie excites and inspires me to a point unfathomable, therefore when I wrote the love song titled “Love DownTown”, I imagined the reknowned Lagbaja asking Asa out on love date. A song with a drama in it is what would have explained the affair and then, the birth of Love DownTown featuring Fizzi who happened to be the producer, great guy with good concept.
I have a band called “The Tholu Rolands Music Band”, we rehearse, we laugh, we fight, we grow together, we are the definition of a family, the ride has been a roller coaster ever since…
Big Fan Of CON.Tra.Diction,and I love this Video,as well as the song.Directed By Something Unusual Pictures, Courtesy Of S.h.a.r.e Entertainment,One of the Unsung Divas in The West Of Africa Performs this Wonderful Piece.Enjoy The Video and share your Thoughts.
Love should be like this: Simple, Steadfast and True.
Loopy Music presents Ruby’s new Single, DOWN. It’s a song about loving the people in your life, and being there.
Written by: Ruby Gyang, Jude MI Abaga, Tosin Martins
Production: Jude MI Abaga
Mixing and mastering: Sheyman
She as been up and busy for the past two (2) years working on her debut Album. Since the project as been cooking up in the pipe line with ace producers like Sir Peddy, Mr. SET, Gueverra and others.
And finally she’s out with her new singles “REASON”…
“REASON” is a brilliant mix of creativity and will definitely get your heart reasoning in no time.