Category Archives: Music

OB Fresh : Kizz Daniel Feat Nasty C – Ghetto

Amidst the domination by Kizz Daniel‘s sophomore album “No Bad Songz”; the Afro-pop star has taken to social media to unlock internet visuals for tracks off the acclaimed LP, while fan favourites “One Ticket”, “Poko” and “Madu” are currently burning up the charts and visual circuit. The emotive Philkeyz produced cut features Africa’s hip-hop star Nasty C, touches the struggles of many who survive…

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OB Fresh: Mayorkun X Bowale – Hustlers Anthem

Nigerian singer & songwriter, Bowale  has returned with another soothing  tune to ease the thirst of his ever asking audience. The Dreamchaser Management’s sensational kid after the successful release of Farabale which was accompanied by a visual, jumped on Mayorkun’s “Hustler Anthem”, rendering a sleek and melodious verse; telling a personal  story to align with the theme of the…

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OB Fresh: Trhymesz – Why

After his successful pop rap song “boshenshe” in late 2018 which has no doubt endeared the rapper/singer to more fans across the country, Trhymesz is back with a banging infusion of rap on a trendy beat produced by hitmaker endeetone that would have you shakuing & leg-working till the very last sound, “WHY” is a…

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OB Fresh: Afro B ft Vybz Kartel X Dre Skull – Shape Nice

Ivorian afrowave singer, Afro B comes through with another new banger titled “Shape Nice“. The London based artiste teams up with Vybz Kartel, and Dre Skull on this new jam. Bringing together the sounds & vocal styles of London, New York, Jamaica and Africa, the song is an encapsulation of the ever-present dialogue between afro-pop & dancehall. Listen and Enjoy…

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OB Fresh: Asake – Kanipe

After a brief hiatus experimenting on new sounds & environment, inspirational deep-rooted act; ASAKE kicks off the year with a touching and infectious song titled KANIPE. The song is more of a rhetorical statement that requires no answer; KANIPE; in Yoruba native mean ‘How I Wish’. Patience is a virtue, don’t be too fast forward…

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