-Who Has The Highest Net Worth In Africa

According to most Africans, Nigerians are the most popular business tycoons. Aliko Dangote is known as Africa’s richest man with the highest net worth of approximately $12.1 billion.

From the projections made by Forbes, he has topped the chart for ten consecutive times as the wealthiest man in Africa.

The mogul is widely known for his remarkable success in the global market through his multinational industrial company, Dangote Group, and investments in other lucrative projects worldwide. Aliko Dangote has a fascinating history behind his wealth today. It has been of great inspiration to many individuals striving to the top in the world of business.

Recounting his early life, he revealed that he was business-minded even when Dangote was very young and in primary school because he used to sell candies at the time.

Despite his family’s wealthy background, he didn’t slack but manoeuvred his way through business, making it to the top of his hustle and ranked among the top 100 richest people in the world by Forbes. Bagging all the enviable academic degrees, he paid much attention to buying and selling agricultural goods in the communes of Nigeria in his early 20s.

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Gradually, his business started flourishing, extending his business operations from outside Nigeria and settling in the capital, Lagos. He ventured into food processing factories like rice, flour, pasta, salt, and sugar and his well-known Dangote cement factory in African countries, including Ghana, Benin, Togo, and Zambia aside from Nigeria.

He began importing rice and sugar in Brazil and Thailand. Today, his sugar factory is a major supplier to most brewing and confectionary companies in Africa and the world. His company also has flourished in oil and gas, transportation and freight, banking, real estate, textiles, cash crops such as cocoa, cashew nuts, sesame seeds, ginger, among several others internationally.

According to Forbes, the magnate and philanthropist albeit has invested in multiple businesses under his conglomerate, but his significant wealth is contingent on his Dangote cement and the sugar factory. Statistically, the cement factory produces more than 45 million metric tonnes of cement annually from 10 African countries. The largest in Africa and third worldwide, its sugar processing factory makes 800 thousand tonnes of sugar every year.

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He also has a considerable share in telecommunications networks in Nigeria. He contributes mainly to the construction industry of Nigeria by employing constructors to build 14,000 kilometres of fibre optic cables in Nigeria. His company is currently an employer of over eleven thousand employees in Africa.

He has also led several benevolent and philanthropist projects in Nigeria and other parts of the world. He has raised millions of United States dollars into projects like the National Mosque, Presidential Library, Health especially Ebola and Covid 19 pandemic and Sports.

He has gained international recognition on several corporate programs and initiatives. He is a board member of Corporate Council on Africa, United Nations, World Cocoa Forum’s International Business Council, 2016 US -Africa Business Centre co-chair, and a lot more.

He has also earned a lot of honours which include, the Grand Commander of the Order of the Niger (GCON) under ex-president Goodluck Jonathan’s Administration, Forbes 2014 Africa person of the year and most powerful man in Africa from 2013 to 2018, respectively, listed among “50 most influential people in the world” by Bloomberg Markets, just to mention a few.

Aliko Dangote is divorced, but he is a father to three biological daughters known as Maria Mohammed, Halima, and Fatima and his adopted son, Abdul Rahman Fasasi.

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Octoblien flaunts her stash on new ‘Bounty’ freestyle video.

Following her release of ‘Gawu’ and ‘Attention’ earlier this year, Afroswing artist, Octoblien is ready to share her next, this time with an accompanying video and a guest feature from McRay.

The song is Titled ‘Bounty’ freestyle, the new Afroswing single zooms in on the young artist’s quest for money and the bling lifestyle, as reflective of the super-crisp visuals on offer: The ’Bounty freestyle was motivated by the daily hustle of the average Ghanaian youth, working and working hard every day to make that money. Simply trying to survive without getting tangled up with the feds’’,

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Octoblien - new ‘Bounty’ freestyle video.

The video was shot in an apartment, in the video the Octoblien is seen posted up with her team while the camera moves around, giving viewers closer lookof the spacey apartment and its money stockpile. The song boasts a muted production that helps outdoor Octoblien’s well-knit verses and McRay’s perky hook.

The video was directed by Amanor Blac of Outlaw Philmz and is available on the burgeoning star’s official YouTube channel.

Listen/stream here: https://ffm.to/bountyfreestyle

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-Top 10 hottest African countries

For more than 20 years, tourism has become vital to African economies. Millions of tourists from the western world are exploring Africa every single year. Many national parks, lakes, beaches, deserts, and animal resorts are not seen anywhere else.

Following are ten African countries that are must-see.

10. Malawi

If you enjoy lake tourism, then Lake Malawi is the right choice. In countries like Malawi, Mozambique, and Tanzania, Lake Malawi is the third-largest lake on the African continent. They form part of the African Great Lake system, and its age is believed to be at one or two million years. Most tourists visit the Malawi side of the lake, and There’s also Lake Nyasa in Tanzania and Lago Niassa in Mozambique. One interesting fact about Lake Malawi is that it is more home to fish than any other lake on Earth.

9. Mozambique

Bazaruto Archipelago Marine Park is the main tourist attraction in Mozambique. It is home to a group of islands with some of the more beautiful beaches in Africa. They also have white-sand beaches backed by coconut palms and dunes, these islands are famous for their excellent diving and snorkelling opportunities. The park protects a thriving coral reef system, and the turquoise water is warm and clear.

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8. Kenya

Kenya is best the name is almost synonymous with the word “safari.” The diversity of things to do in Kenya dazzles all who visit and viewing the country’s abundant wildlife tops the list. See the wildebeest thundering across the savanna during the Great Migration in the Maasai Mara; come eye-to-eye with elephants in Amboseli; or marvel at Lake Nakuru, flecked with thousands of flamingos.

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7. Tunisia

Facing Europe’s Mediterranean coastline, Tunisia is Africa’s most northern country.  Tunisia It is a gorgeous, sun-soaked destination, where European and Arab influences blend. Home to beautiful beaches on the Mediterranean Sea, the country is a popular vacation destination for Europeans seeking winter sun. Another great spot is the island Djerba is a perfect spot to indulge.

6. Rwanda

Rwanda is now the most popular destination in East Africa. Paul Kagame has transformed the place that is favoured by many tourists. Some of Volcanoes National Park is where the treks to see these majestic primates take place. You cannot just go on your own but must join a guided trip that requires a permit.

5. Morocco

Morocco’s attractions offer an eye-opening taste of the exotic, with snake charmers and conjurers souks piled high with hordes of treasures and endless glasses of mint tea. It’s also an adventure into some of North Africa’s most stunning scenery, with the desert on its doorstep and the craggy heights of the Atlas Mountains beyond. Morocco is also a journey into a timeless, tranquil world of cute coastal villages, colourful-painted towns that cling to hillsides, and remote outposts defended by fairy-tale adobe forts.

4. Zimbabwe

Most of Zimbabwe’s top attractions are found outside the main cities and are therefore considered relatively safe. Hwange National Park is the oldest and largest of Zimbabwe’s game reserves. The Hwange elephant population is believed to be one of the largest in the world. In Zimbabwe’s far west corner, the Zambezi River marks the border with Zambia.

3. Egypt

Home of the ancient Pharaohs, Egypt is a destination full of dazzling temples and tombs that wow all who visit. With vast tracts of desert adventures, the Red Sea’s world-class coral reefs and wrecks for divers, and cruising on the famed Nile River, there are plenty of things to do for all types of travellers. Beach lovers head to the Sinai or the Red Sea Coast to soak up the sun, while archaeology fans will have a field day in Luxor. Cairo is the megalopolis that can’t be beaten for city slickers, while Siwa oasis and the southern town of Aswan offer a slice of the slow pace of the countryside.

2. Tanzania

Tanzania is home to many of Africa’s most famous national parks and natural attractions, including Mount Kilimanjaro. Most visitors will find themselves passing through Dar es Salaam and heading out to the wilderness areas and other destinations. The land is made of small beautiful islands. For those who want to spend some time soaking up the sun, the beautiful beaches of Zanzibar beckon.

1. South Africa

In South Africa, you’ll find classic African scenery: golden savannah, incredible gaping gorges, and hauntingly beautiful deserts, as well as an awe-inspiring cast of African creatures. Apart from the big-name game parks of Kruger and the Kgalagadi (Kalahari) Transfrontier Park, South Africa is home to some of the world’s most luxurious private game reserves and lodges.

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Wildlife lovers come here from all corners of the globe searching for the “Big Five”: lion, buffalo, leopard, rhino, and elephant, and often they find it, and so much more.

So these are the Hottest countries in Africa, if you visit South-Africa then you should visit some of the above-mentioned Countries surely.

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Beyonce’s Birthday!!

The queen of pop music, Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter, affectionately called Queen Bey hits 40! 

Over two decades now, the extraordinary and talented singer has been relevant in the music industry. Celebrating this milestone has called for well-wishes and praises from family, industry colleagues, and fans worldwide.

It’s been a fantastic journey in the superstar’s life. Today, marking her 40th birthday, it has been widely celebrated globally, especially among African-American young female musicians she set the pace for.  

Beyoncé has indeed been of great inspiration to many artists in the music and entertainment industry. The love showered on Beyonce today is fantastic. MTV took Beyoncé’s fans back to 2014 when she was awarded as the Video Vanguard at the VMAs as a way of celebrating her legacy on her special day. 

UN Women also took to Twitter to celebrate the screen goddess for her remarkable impact in the role of women empowerment and equality. Taylor swift media sent hearty good wishes to her and praised her for her kindness and significant influence in the music industry. 

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Beyoncé Turns 40 - African CELEBS

Several media outlets, including BET, Netflix, and Billboard, have paid tribute to the greatest of all-time entertainer. Other artists, including Billie Elish, Kehlani, Dream Girls, Essence, and a lot more, have shared in the joy of the icon. 

Her pictures and collection of her early music to her current projects and excerpts of series of her fiercely stage performances have been displayed on social media to celebrate her legendary contribution in the world of entertainment, fashion, and lifestyle. Yes! It’s been a red-letter day in the life of the music star. 

Last year, the Grammy awards winner marked her 39th birthday in a grand style with series of projects including her Lion King; The Gift album, which featured some African artists like Wizkid, Shatta Wale, Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage, Tekno, Yemi Alade, etc. alongside her “Black Is King” Visual album which has been well-received across the globe. 

Queen Bey was engulfed with love and gifts from her destiny child group and her family. Her mother complied with her very young age stage performances in joy as she celebrated her daughter’s feet on Instagram. 

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Beyoncé gained public recognition at a very age when she was just 9years as a leading vocalist for the R&B music group known as Destiny’s Child. Subsequently, she competed and won talent shows with her sensational singing and electrifying dancing skills. 

She released her debut album “Dangerously in Love” as a solo artist in 2003, which sold successfully and earned her awards, including five Grammys. Later she began acting and starred in a couple of movies such as Austin Powers in Goldmember, 2002, Dream Girls, Carmen: A Hip Hopera, Pink Panther, and Obsessed. Climbing to the top of her music career, she closely worked with top-notch talents like Sean Paul, her beloved Jay-Z, and Missy Elliot.

Following her debut album, dangerously in love, Beyoncé has released hits upon hits on projects such as “B’Day,” “I Am… Sasha Fierce”, “Funk,” “Beyoncé” and “Lemonade,” all released between 2006 and 2016. In 2018, she collaborated with her Jay- Z on another album dubbed Everything Is Love as the Carters.

As an internationally recognized music star and actress, Beyoncé has earned numerous awards from awards schemes like MTV Video Music Awards, Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, and Forbes. This year, Time’s Magazine mentioned her as one of the 100 women who defined the last century. 

Beyoncé is also a philanthropist who has led many humanitarian activities under the Beygood Foundation to support less privileged individuals and vulnerable communities. The foundation has helped in education by providing scholarships and grants, empowering women, disaster relief initiatives, just to mention a few.

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Apple Music’s Africa Now Radio with LootLove features Big Zulu this Sunday

This week’s episode features a conversation With Big Zulu, the ‘’5 Hottest Tracks of the Week’’, Africa Rising and LootLove’s ‘’Favourite Track of the Week’’! Tune in to Africa Now Radio with LootLove this Sunday, September 5th at 2p Lagos/London / 3p Johannesburg/Paris / 6a LA / 9a NYC on Apple Music 1.

COVER STAR INTERVIEW

South African Hip-Hop star, Big Zulu joins LootLove via FaceTime on Apple Music 1 to talk about his latest track, ‘iStradi’ (feat. PRO). He also discusses his new album ‘’Ichwane Lenyoka’’, his close relationship with the late PRO (Linda Mkhize); why starting his own label was the right move and how South African Hip-Hop has evolved.

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THE BIG 5

LootLove shares the 5 hottest new African tracks of the moment. This week’s selection includes new tracks from Adekunle God & Davido, Jaido P featuring Joeboy, Nviiri The Storyteller featuring KiDi, Musa Keys & Lebza TheVillain featuring Sino Msolo and Yanga Chief featuring Blxckie & 25K.

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AFRICA RISING 

Kenyan R&B singer-songwriter, Nikita Kering is the latest Africa Rising cover star, a campaign which shines a light on the next generation of African superstars and this week’s show features two singles from her latest release, ‘’A Side of Me’’ – ‘Ex’ and ‘Crossing Lines’ – alongside an excerpt of her interview with Nadeska. Listen HERE.

LOOT LOVES

Each week,LootLove chooses her favourite track, taken from one of Apple Music’s African playlists. This week she shines a light on of South African house duo Suka and their single ‘Mano Mano’ from Apple Music’s Afro-House Nation playlist, which celebrates the soulful house hits from across the continent. Listen HERE(and find a roundup of all LootLove’s selections on Apple 
Apple Music's Africa Now Radio with LootLove features Big Zulu this Sunday
Tune in and listen to the full episode this Sunday, September 5th at 2p Lagos/London / 3p Johannesburg/Paris / 6a LA / 9a NYC on Apple Music 1 at apple.co/_AfricaNow.
LootLove: So, let’s talk about your album. It’s 22 tracks long; very personal – you rap about your upbringing, growing up fatherless, being raised by your grandmother… And there are many of us who relate to the things you’re rapping about.

What made you want to rap about something so deep and so personal, that a lot of people would rather not put in their music?

Big Zulu: I’m of the notion that we must educate people, we must be exemplary and that the more I rap about my origin, the more I heal from the things that hurt me and grudges. So, all the things that might have hurt me, when I rap about them, I’m letting go.

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New sensation, Eva Maria releases new single ‘Enough’

Singer-songwriter, Eva Maria premieres first official single of the year, titled ‘Enough’, on an Instagram live listening session with J Foley, exclusive on Aftown Music.

In an exclusive interview with Eva Maria, this is what she had to say about her new single. ‘’I am very proud of this song, this is the first I have written without having to tap into my feelings. I am an emotional writer, so this was different for me. I looked at what was happening in our society and I wrote a song about it’’.

Eva Maria releases new single ‘Enough’

Produced by Deelaw Beatz, ‘Enough‘, is an up-tempo Afrobeat fusion song which addresses the social issue of domestic violence. ‘’I noticed on social media that there were a lot of women being killed by their spouses or partners. Why should that happen? Love is not meant to be that way, you can’t say you love someone and then hurt them’’.

Listen/stream ‘Enough’ here: https://aftownmusic.com/track/BUq5x6dkFzuQTjX

‘’This trend is sickening because most of these gruesome events could have been avoided if the victims had just walked out of the abusive relationships they found themselves in. This inspired me to write my new single ‘Enough’, an expression of one’s freedom from any toxic relationship.

Eva Maria releases new single ‘Enough’

No one deserves to be in an abusive relationship for whatever reason there may be. I hope that ‘Enough’ will be an anthem for people especially women around the world, going through any form of domestic violence to break free from abusive relationships and find strength and love in themselves’’, she adds.

Eva Maria doubles as a certified digital marketer and brand influencer for Aftown Music.

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Apple Music’s latest Africa Rising artist is Kenyan singer-songwriter, Nikita Kering
Apple Music today announced the latest featured artist in its Africa Rising artist development program as 19-year-old Kenyan-born pop singer-songwriter, Nikita Kering. She is the first Africa Rising artist from East Africa.
‘’I’m so excited for this new chapter! I’ve always wanted to stand out in Africa and the world as a whole, so being selected as Apple Music’s newest Africa RisApple Music’s latest Africa Rising artist is Kenyan singer-songwriter, Nikita Keringing artist is definitely an awesome start. I can’t wait to see what’s next’’.

As the youngest ever nominee, winner and performer at The All-Africa Music Awards in Lagos, Nikita’s noteworthy accolades include being named Afrima Revelation of the African Continent (2019) and Afrima Best Female Artist in Eastern Africa (2019), as well as being included in Mr Eazi’s Empawa Africa Top 10 artist program. Having been featured in over 100 TV and radio shows, including a prominent feature on The BBC when she was 16, Nikita’s ultimate dream is to build a Talent Academy in Kenya for disadvantaged African children.

Apple Music’s latest Africa Rising artist is Kenyan singer-songwriter, Nikita Kering

 

Her debut 7-track EP ‘’A Side of Me’’ (2021), available to stream on Apple Music, was arranged by Nikita herself, as she lyrically broaches universally relatable themes by attempting to put herself in her listeners’ shoes. Capitalizing on the enormous success of her single ‘Ex’ (2021), ‘’A Side of Me’’ is the songstress revealing a lesser-known part of herself to her audience so they can better identify with her, a theme she’s championed since the release of her debut ballad ‘Happy With You’ (2018).

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Apple Music has also announced a special Africa Rising radio show on Apple Music 1, hosted by LootLove which will highlight the next generation of African musicians who are revolutionising the music scene and innovating their sounds to lead a new wave of emerging genres.

Apple Music’s latest Africa Rising artist is Kenyan singer-songwriter, Nikita Kering

The show will feature Nikita Kering (the latest Apple Music Africa Rising artist), Nigeria’s Afro-fusion singer-songwriter, Buju and South Africa’s Amapiano maverick, Aymos – artists who are fresh voices for new musical waves in their countries. The episode will also feature Nigeria’s Ayra Starr and Savage, Ghana’s Gyakie and Yaw Tog, South Africa’s Hunter Rose and NVMI, Côte d’Ivoire’s Chrystel and Kenya’s Chris Kaiga. The latest music from Nikita along with that of Africa’s hottest new artists, is available now on the Apple Music Africa Rising Playlist here: https://apple.co/3bhTtwT

Apple Music’s Africa Rising, is an exclusive artist development programme and companion playlist geared towards identifying, showcasing and elevating rising talent and introducing the next generation of African superstars. Africa Rising alumni to date include: Omah Lay, Manu Worldstar, Tems, Amaarae, Ayra Starr, Yaw Tog and Blxckie. Africa Rising sees Apple Music select six artists every year who each receive a minimum of two months of editorial support across the Apple Music platform including a launch interview with Nadeska on Apple Music 1. Nadeska has also launched a new weekly Africa Rising feature on her show highlighting the hottest new artists on the continent.

Africa Rising is the latest of many Apple Music initiatives aimed at taking African talent to the world. Now available in 33 countries across Sub-Saharan Africa, Apple Music 1 is home to Africa Now Radio with host LootLove which has featured interviews with some of the continent’s hottest artists such as Tiwa Savage, Yemi Alade, Cassper Nyovest, Mr Eazi, Patoranking, Rayvanny, Kiddominant, Mayorkun, Fireboy DML, Adekunle Gold, Master KG and Yaw Tog.

Apple Music also selected Nigerian Afro-Pop star, Rema as its Up Next artist in 2020, following the addition of Burna Boy to the roster in 2019 and Mr Eazi back in 2017. Up Next is Apple Music’s global emerging artist program.
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Apple Music today announced South African Amapiano maverick and singer-songwriter, Aymos (real name Amos Shili), as the next Isgubhu cover star to celebrate the release of his 14-track debut album ‘’Yimi Lo’’.

‘’Being on Apple Music’s Isgubhu cover is a huge honour. Dance music is a reflection of who we are as South Africans. I think of African dance music like a bamboo tree that has spread across nations and I’m proud to be a branch of that movement’’.

Born and raised in Tembisa, the church gave him the foundation to explore his talent in music. Aymos worked his way through the industry from being a backing vocalist to a session pianist. It was his feature on ‘Emcimbini’, alongside Kabza de Small, DJ Maphorisa, Samthing Soweto, Mas Musiq and Myztrol, that cemented his place amongst the cream of SA’s Amapiano crop, as the track went on to become a chart-topping smash.

Apple Music announces Aymos as the latest Isgubhu cover star

His collaborative EP ‘’Shona Malanga’’ with Mas Musiq, secured him two SAMA nominations in 2021 (Best Amapiano Album and Duo of the Year). With his debut album, Aymos champions the sound ‘’Afro-Yano’’ which he describes as ‘’Amapiano with Soul and warmth’’. Soulful, lyrically driven and percussive, the album features productions from the King of Amapiano Kabza De Small and South African DJ heavyweights, Major League DJz, Josiah De Disciple, DBN Gogo and more, with vocalists Sekiwe and Boohle, prolific rapper, Focalistic and Afro-House music luminary, Zakes Bantwini.

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Aymos has created an exclusive Isgubhu playlist that features tracks that are exemplary of South Africa’s unique Amapiano genre. ‘’I chose these songs because they signify a moment of reckoning about the transition of Amapiano. It’s evident that Amapiano changes all the time. The tempo keeps dropping, and the type of log drums used have evolved over time. As a result, it makes it hard for other countries to jump on it and make it sound like the real Amapiano unless it’s made by its very own people’’.

Apple Music announces Aymos as the latest Isgubhu cover star

Taking over Isgubhu By… for the month is South African producer, Cornelius SA (real name Cornelius Mashilane) who is a self-taught DJ and producer from Soshanguve, Pretoria. He has risen through the ranks by making chart-topping music that is equal parts atmospheric, moody and rhythmic. ‘’Curating Isgubhu By… was one of the hardest things to do with so much beautifully produced music coming out of Africa. I carefully selected some of the finest cuts I really dig and some which I go to for inspiration, motivation or meditation. I included music from those that shaped who I am, to songs from music peers I speak to on a daily basis’’.

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Launched earlier this year, Isgubhu is the definitive home of African Dance and Electronic music on Apple Music and spotlights and elevates the work of African Electronic DJs, producers and creatives. Isgubhu, a Zulu word meaning beat and used to refer to a banging song, pays homage to an evergreen set of genres and the African artists who have played a pivotal role in shaping the Dance and Electronic scene across the world.

Isgubhu also houses a collection of playlists including Spotlight On – a focus on boutique labels like Soul Candi, House Afrika, Stay True Sounds and Uganda’s Hakuna Kulala & Nyege Nyege Tapes and Isgubhu Voices – a focus on the best Dance and Electronic tracks that feature vocals.

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Coming off stellar rap releases, ‘Yebe Pie’ and ‘Okukuseku’ earlier this year, Tema native, King Fallou taps into the divine for his latest release, ‘God’s Mail’. Listen/stream ‘God’s Mail’ here: https://ditto.fm/gods-mail

The new song which arrives with a video directed by Sein Faisal wastes no time in drawing viewers into its monochromatic string of visuals. King Fallou is effortless on the bass-rich Chuki Beat production and resounds God’s faithfulness to his many requests in what seems to be an abandoned hall littered with letters. However, he’s not done writing and has his plug – God, on speed dial as there are lots of pending requests.

King Fallou shares new spiritual anthem ‘God’s Mail’

Like his prior releases, the rapper entertains with his wordplay and fashionable tone, bagging yet another balanced anthem worthy of the airwaves. He also pays homage to one of his finest projects ‘’Y.D.F.M., Vol. 1’’ (Yesu Don’t Forget Me) with the line: ‘’Yesu don’t forget me/Wey you no forget me’’.

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Copta and Moor Sound song ’Party Scatter’ is out now

Since building ties in 2018, music producer and DJ Moor Sound and Copta (Rosso the Coldest) unite for the first time and deliver a pleasant vibe over a simple Afroswing instrumental produced by Moor Sound ‘‘Made It Bangg’’.
Copta and Moor Sound song ’Party Scatter’ is out now
Titled ‘Party Scatter’, the record is a pleasant fusion of Afrobeat blended with a more tropical and beach sound. ‘Party Scatter’ is interesting and short; over the course of the under-three-minute record the beat and the vocals essentially take turns at being the listener’s focal point.

It is clear that Moor Sound has been working hard at creating his own sound and the maturity in his delivery is clearer on ‘Party Scatter’. Copta reveals a different side to his artistry with his performance on the new single ¬delivering incredibly catchy hooks with breathy vocals to contrast his usual hard hitting, bar heavy rap style.‘Party Scatter’ is not the kind of song one would come to expect from the duo but there is no doubt that fans are going to appreciate it a lot.

‘Party Scatter is available on all digital platforms
Stream/listen here: https://ditto.fm/party-scatter
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