Fast Rising Afro Pop act Mr Brain takes the message to the street encouraging every hustler to invest in themselves for tomorrow is not guaranteed
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Daniela Brume Okuma popularly known as “Dannie” is a young talented “Afro pop artist” and “songwriter” who is signed to South South Music Empire. She is a final year student of philosophy in the University of Benin (Uniben). She just dropped her first debut single titled “Love me” featuring the world famous Erigga a.k.a Paper boy. Her single was produced and mixed by “No limit”.Download it below and Enjoy
#ZMG-WorldWide finally announces her artiste “Virginberry” Is set to hit the airwaves with his debut studio album “Fortified”.
all though revelation has not been made as to date and if there will be a social event to mark this but the artiste has since confirmed this on his Instagram page with joy… Be rest assured it’s worth waiting on
Just few months after penning a deal with US based Record Label “BMR”,
Member and co-founder of The Music band “Fr3tunez” Qhemie HighTown was confirmed dead on the 16th January 2018.
The sad incident is said to have occurred at about 4:30pm at a yet undisclosed location.
Not much was gathered by the time of this publication however unverified source has it that Qhemie has been battling a Kidney related health challenge for a while now, unfortunately he couldn’t pull through.
“Jason” his brother and band member disclosed however in a phone conversation with #teamSouthjamz as at yesterday that his remains will be laid to rest the following day.
Regrettably a great loss to family and South’s entertainment sphere
We pray your soul find peace…
Off the Curriculum Vitae album which dropped back in 2007 Booty call by the now defunct Mo Hits Records which featured D’banj, Wande Coal, Wande Coal, Kay Switch, Dr Sid and D’prince, of course produced by don jazzy was a jam back then (it’s still a jam anyday). Belive the old days, Download and enjoyDownload Now
MTN project fame season 5 superstar popularly known as Oyinkanade who is best known for his hit single Adura featuring Olamide, is back with a new song titled “OLUWA” to kick of the year 2018.
Talented Artiste Oyinkanade enlist indigenous versatile artiste Q Dot to serve a hot collaboration that talks about how he has kept it together, what has kept him going.
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2017 Like no other year has been quite favourable for entertainers in the game hustling their way up.
Lots of new entries while the already established folks refused to slack, meanwhile…. Here is a compilation of Top10 Uyo singles that raved the Airwaves…
#10. iQuo – Imafiop
Off the iQuolizer EP, the activity pikin sure killed this One. The song focused on a description of unconditional love. With a dope video to compliment and massive airplay well received by good song lovers, this joint keeps the Oil city Starboi at no.10
From Far East, Odugwu Liba be holding it down big time in the whole south with so much confidence and positivity.
“OleeWay” being his most infectious release in 2017 rockets this aggressive rapper to instant spotlight earning him a reputable spot right here
#8. Elybede – Hands Down
With Chrome on the Beat and Sagas holding down a significant part of the joint, it couldn’t be a failure, but that’s not just it. Elybede surely expressed mastery in this piece from lyrics to renditions yet the message was sharp and in a dope style and pattern and the outcome…? #WavyTune
It becomes one of the first joint by a rising act to be covered by another up and coming (X-Libaty)
#7. Ikpa Udo – Ayakid
From the stables of maximum disturbance entertainment, the Edidem of Ibibio Rap jumped on it with Otyno on the Console… The single is currently his latest and biggest with Magnito featured pun diz One the outcome is infectious.
#6. Zillions – Give it to me
This jam is a problem from scratch to end.
The Ibibio rap god reigned fire and brimstone while the Okpo records gang leader on the other hand kept the “sweeeeeed” on a 100. Lyra baba added the extra spice. The definition of a finished job
#5. David Millz – EttE
with no Exaggeration the Trap single “EttE” produced by 8note is currently the dopest trap single banging from the South
The Laturahe entertainment lead Act David Millz dropped the wavy tune as a follow up after his year debut single “Amedi” and on first night of release jam already had over 10000 downloads with radio tours and massive airplay. Jam is on fire.
#4. Feelingz – Lap Dance
The MCG Empire in-house producer dropped this single sometime in the middle of the year featuring the CEO MC Galaxy and chocolate city in-house DJ “Lambo” and the joint has since stand out as one of the dopest export from the South making wave in the mainstream, being aired in top radio stations and stream in all reputable sites across the country.
#3. Brown Edu – SukuTa
The Rapper surely sold out this one on a platter of controversy as no One yet clearly understand what he meant by “SukuTa” yet his rhythmic rap style and wavy flows made this one of the people’s favorite as the jam remains Obviously one of South’s most streamed song of the year with massive airplay from radio stations across Nigeria and media trends. This should be nominated Jam of the Year¡
#2. Sagas – Sai
Known for his Easy going sensational flows, the Eyen Obong Owo Jason been impressively consistent since last year but this “Sai” single. O’giver made sure the accompaniment is just complimenting while the Grand Empire lead Man kept it One Hundred with absolutely no stress. Earned rep from Simi, massive airplay and top shows headlining #Sai is a Jam
#1. Usimeke – Toju
In this Era of noisy empty songs, Usimeke debut with a life impacting lyrically deep single “Toju” with a very special message to every youth in the street.
Too good a song for a first timer but yes it’s her official debut and surely has placed the act in a reputable position in the industry with yet an award from the just concluded PMFA to show for it.
There you have it, Southjamz compilation of Top10 Jamz that made the massive headlines in Uyo 2017
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