Two months ago, in March, Abdul featured Davido and Peruzzi on “6.30,” a track with specious references to time. Apparently these past two months have been good to Abdul and he is keen to share his joy with fans. Music appears the ideal channel to share this. Abdul has therefore released a track titled “Ayo.”
Day: May 13, 2019
A beautiful personality and a beautiful voice can only bring you something beautiful. So go ahead and embrace Nigerian gospel singer Ada’s track “Beautiful,” off her recently released “ADA’s EP.” Ada premiered the music video of “Beautiful” three days ago. The music video, like the song, should be a sun on your spirit – illuminating,
South Africa’s The Black brings you nothing black or dark. He brings you, instead, a track of luminous appeal, titled “Ingwe Emabalabala.” It is a first for him on Blinks Africa. The same may be said of DJ Micks. The two are fine artistes nonetheless and their voices, believe me, will not make you retch.
Dr Alexander Faizi Rawhani, the South African musician, lecturer and dentist with the adopted stage name of LexLeo, has begun his “Lex Flex Fridays” in earnest. “Lex Flex Fridays” is a project started by LexLeo that would see him release a new track every Friday for the next few months. He had begun with “MayDay.”
Two years after they thrilled Southern Africa to their collaborative single “Go Down,” Mono T and Zama team up once again for an afro-house belter titled, appropriately, “Bang Bang.” “Bang Bang.” Not dull in title and not dull in delivery. With this track you’re buffeted with the singular assurance of a good time sans ennui.
Notable producer Mr. T Touch pitches a new track titled “Zaidi Yao” in collaboration with compatriots Young Dee and Chadala. It is a first for Mr. T Touch and Chadala on Blinks Africa. However, Young Dee has popped in our view twice in the past: first via a collaborative single titled “Jomapel” (Ft. Ommy Dimpoz,
Dancehall star Shatta Wale pitches a new track titled “Miami Heights” and produced by Damage Musiq. Shatta Wale is having a brilliant run this year and seems set to maintain the tempo of splendid releases and smash out of the year in lurid kenke. Already, he has dropped some splendid numbers that have got fans
Ghanaian songstress Wendy Shay is not one to let Mother’s Day go by without acknowledging mothers around the world and hailing their goodness. She gives a splendid shout-out to all the mothers in the world in a track titled “Mama.” Although addressed to her mother, who she calls the angel of her life, the song
Shatta Wale rebounds with a new track titled “Holy Man” but he spots not the frock of a saint. If you feel like it, though, he may saint him in moderation. And life goes one, of course. “Holy Man” is another dancehall belter that totes Shatta Wale’s now public purpose: to make the world dance.