Hello people..It’s your fav music day!!
+237 Music is on a roll..From Makossa, to rap, hiphop, R &B, zouk, music fusion of different beats, highlife,blues.You name it..We’ve got it.
Mimi Pary – Waka Waka Boy
Waka waka, waka waka boy ohhhhh
Nabstar – Bolingo
A.C.E – Njoka (C’est La Mort)
Eric Virgal & Charlotte Dipanda -Je me souviens de son visage
I love this track. Charlotte Dipanda is just adorable!
LAB’L – My Way
You don’t have to understand the lyrics music to enjoy it!!Love…
DJ Skeeper – I Dey Miss You
A touching tribute by Franco Records DJ Skeeper .”We Dey Miss You”. Gone too soon!R.I.P. Prince Noel.
Vreezy Ville ft Kay Zeey – Olopyto
“Baby dance olopyto, olopyto, olopy..” .This new dance worry oh…
And the Highlights of Today’s M.T……
Rythymz – This is How I feel (#BringBackOurGirls)
society and especially to our leaders for peace but more especially for the
finding and returning of the girls kidnapped by Boko Haram terrorists in North
that leaves you wanting to join the worldwide movements to secure the return of
our girls. “They are crying out…dem di fear…stretch your hands they need help
from us…” are some of the powerful lyrics in the song. The world is now a
global village, “…we cannot be at the battle frontlines, but what we can do is
spread the word through music to encourage the world to not relent in our
efforts to “calling all the leaders to #BringBackOurGirls
Africaines, …Belles Filles, aspiring, educated…” get taken away. We hope that
this song moves more people into putting pressure so that our girls can be
brought back home safe”
Steveslil – Diana
Steveslil has the
killer instinct to enter into the hall of fame of reputable urban music acts in
Africa. His musical prowess and versatility to effortless switch from one genre
to another is breathtaking . After releasing a phenomenal single
“Ebangha” , the Cameroonian sultry R&B/Afro-pop songster has
gamely resurfaced with a life-enhancing love and marriage story incorporated in
a soul-searching song titled “Diana” .
He describes “Diana”
as a musical marriage between post- independence highlife music and
contemporary Afro-pop harmony. In essence, “Diana” embodies the
traditional harmonic rhythm which could be dubbed “Palm wine music” ,
married with western instruments. “Diana” incarnates the folkloric
tone popularly chanted during the post-independence era.
The song is an
expression of love and appreciation to God (Eta
Mandem , thank you …) for giving a beautiful wife who deserves all the
sacrifices a man can make give , just to make her happy; “na with you I go fly , America, Europe, Africa , to Asia coz you
be my baby” . Steveslil’s vocal timbre and delivery perfectly gives
the groove the song deserves. The song was produced by the
legendary Emil Ngumbah.
“Ahhh Diana Ohhh. Diana Ohh…”
OK people… It is almost the weekend!Enjoy the music…