Selebobo – I Don’t Care (Official Video)

The names are Oku Udoka Chigozie a.k.a, Selebobo. Born into a Christian, musical & artistic family, he’s the seventh amongst 12 children and he is from Ukpo in Oranto village, Dunukofia L.G.A of Anambra State in Naija.
Not only is he only is he an artiste of Pure Sound And Visual Technology, Selebobo is also an Audio Producer and Sound Engineer. Interestingly, he is the producer of most of his songs.Surprisingly, the complex but simple Selebobo is not just an artiste, but also an artist. Meeting him with a pencil opens a whole new world of difference about this up-coming icon. Impossibility is one thing he doesn’t believe in and surely creativity lies in his blood. Thanks to the family line. He believes every song he writes to be a HIT. This down-to-earth and kind-hearted personality distastes provocation to the very least.When it comes to Selebobo’s stage performances,you don’t want to blink at all.As a break dancer,he drew more inspiration from his group, “SHADOWS”, that partook in the Malta Guinness Street Dance Africa Competition 2009.
He believes that all his inspiration comes from God and well nurtured by his Father, Mr.Goddy Oku, a well known guitarist and musician of the 70’s.He started recording at the age of 7 in his dad’s studio- Godiac Studios, in Enugu and when he clocked 12, he went into producing with his little Yamaha Djx keyboard.”YOYO”, his latest hit single by Selebobo featuring J.Martins, that registers to the mind at first hearing is bombarding the air waves, music channels and has received a copious amount of praise.Production credits: “Balance For Me” by Dipp, “Feeling This Rapper” by 2Shotz, “Ada Ada” by Flavour, “Johnny” by Yemi Alade, “Angelina” by Iyanya & Baci and many more!!!Anticipate Selebobo’s brand new hot single “ZaminA” dropping on the 31st of May 2013!!!UPDATE: Selebobo has now been officially signed to Iyanya and Ubi franklin’s Made Men Music Group (TripleMG)
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Introducing Mazi Chukz

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Enjoy another Dope new fresh artist I came across on soundcloud! keep your ears and eyes open for this guy in the future, His name is Mazi Chukz with a brand new Afro beat single titled “Rotate”, which is produced by none other than Maleek Berry.

Trisha Kahn – Freaky B*tch


Not only Drake, The Weekend and Tory Lanez are doing it for #the6ix this summer. The SOURCE MAGAZINE calls her a Beast On The Mic. Also cosigned by Boi1da.net, Rapwave, Rapfest, Itsbizkit and thatsenuff.com this FemaleRapper/Alternative RnB Artist already has US attention. Toronto’s Very Own Trisha Kahn is beginning to get some serious attention at home and abroad with her 2016 debut single release “Bottom Of The Bottle” off the TRIPLE555EP.

She is now back with the 2017 EP Release on SPOTIFY entitled “NO CHILL” featuring her New Single “FREAKY BITCH” which is an up tempo club/radio banger .

Music: DJ Neptune – Why feat. Runtown


Renowned International DJ Neptune is a house hold name when it comes to Disc jockey and the music entertainment in Nigeria, Africa and beyond. This young man has held it down for almost a decade and he has worked with the best artist and also rocked different event across the globe.

The former in house radio DJ on Nigeria’s first private radio station, Ray Power 100.5 FM from 2005 to 2010 is also an artiste/DJ signed to Nigeria’s Storm 360 Record label and official DJ for Nigeria’s top rapper, Naeto C.

DJ Neptune has been to different continent and countries like U.S.A, U.K, Dubai, Malaysia, South Africa, Liberia, Ghana etc to entertain different people and audience….

DJ Neptune is also know for his incredible give away mix tapes like Let’s Party Naija, I am Hip Hop Naija, Dance Hall mix, Western Mix etc. Watch out for his debut album “EVA BLAZIN” By DJ Neptune dropping before the end of 2011

Video: 1da banton – Way Up


Squareball Entertainment’s 1da Banton releases his highly anticipated extended play titled “The Banton EP”. The stellar 10 tracker set features Timaya, Harrysong and Tim. Boasting production and engineering credits from Masterkraft, Foster Zeeno, Pimpsbeat, Eddieroll, Doka Shots, Jaga Marqai Mixx and 1da Banton.

“The Banton EP” is a colourful body of work, which showcases the talent and craft of 1da Banton and places him in league with the greats of African music. Mister Banton skillfully fuses afro-pop, reggae and dancehall music to create a ground-breaking masterpiece. The extended play is available for streaming and download on Soundcloud, iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and other platforms.

Steve Angello – Freedom feat. Pusha T

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It’s a rare feat for a musician to become so popular that the biggest obstacle to their art is the size of their own success. It’s even rarer for the ones who get that big to take a plunge and sacrifice the formula that’s brought them so far for the sake of pursuing a vision that means more to them than sales numbers and chart positions. David Bowie, Radiohead, Trent Reznor, and Kanye West have all done it. Now with his debut solo album Wild Youth, producer Steve Angello has joined their ranks.

Angello is one of the most successful electronic musicians in history, a platinum-selling artist at a time where those have become an endangered species and a live performer who routinely plays for crowds the size of a small city. Born and raised in Stockholm, Sweden, he first discovered his passion for music through albums by Nas and Gang Starr, but became inspired to make dance music as a teenager after hearing Daft Punk’s Homework. He began releasing music alongside his childhood friend Sebastian Ingrosso in 2001, had his first breakthrough hit as a solo artist with his electro-tinged 2005 remix of the Eurythmics’s “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This),” and broke the UK Top 10 with “Tell Me Why,” his 2006 collaboration with fellow DJ/producer Axwell released under the name Supermode.
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Video: Maleek Berry – Let Me Know

Born in the heart of South London, Maleek Berry – real name Maleek Shoyebi – grew up listening to some of the biggest names in R&B from Tevin Campbell, Boyz II Men, Jodeci and of course the one and only King of Pop, Michael Jackson. It was at this time, at just the tender age of 14 that he saw young stars break into the American music industry. Although worlds apart from the shores of London this did not deter him, but rather spark his ever growing love of the music industry.

Like most, Berry started off his career in the church, forming a group with two close friends. Managing to get his hands on a little pre-production setup – Fruity Loops – the group began writing, producing and performing their own songs at the ages of 14 and 15, only to disband at 16. However, the experience didn’t leave Berry disillusioned, as he was the brains behind a lot of the group’s records and they all remain very close till this day.

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