#Music

Treazy M | Time To Shine featuring Mukza


Hot, groovy and rhythmic

FRA! takes you back to the era of Ghanaian high school style azonto with this song led by Nana Yaw Ofori-Atta (Thousand). It's hot, groovy and rhythmic and will make you want to dance all day. The song's catchy and simple chorus, "You Dey Feel The Vibe", makes it a great for audience participation. Written in the band's signature feel good style, it's one of the singles off the band's highly anticipated upcoming album, Chale Wote.


Weaving together a unique combination of not only afrobeat, highlife and jazz, but also the ritualistic drumming of Ekombi, the result is urgent and highly energetic, yet spiritual.


‘Fantasize’ is a grandiose rant in which Arlen airs his discontentment with his station in life as well as the socio-political climate at the time of his writing, while defiantly daring to dream big.  He began writing the song during his gruelling tenure in medical school when he truly began questioning his purpose in life.  Fantasize allowed for a bit of frivolous escapism from what, at the time, felt like the harshness of his reality.  Lesroy ‘A.P.’ Byers of the Oakville Collective captures perfectly in the production, the sentiment of Arlen’s hopeful helplessness.


Jiggybang is happy to announce the release of his new Afro Dance fusion track titled “Juju”. The rhythms and melodies are quite tactical and sound interesting. The track is inspired by loving unconditionally and people tend to be superstitious of superficial love. “Juju” is a well known word in the Western part of Africa similar to the meaning of the word “charm” in English language.


Better late than never, is an instrumental song that can be listened by jazz enthusiasts, and can be used as a signature song for different music or documentary programs.


Chronic Records Announces Release of Twork, a Sizzling Hot Single from DIEGO Featuring Flip Da Flippa and Ladii Rose

The song ‘Twork’ was released on August 26 and fans can preorder the song on Amazon Music, Apple, Spotify, Tidal and other music streaming platforms


Music as we know it has always been about vocal fluidity and fluency, it's pitch and texture is what has driven most to love a certain artist. The turn of the millennium and the rise of the 2K generation has brought a different point of view of how music should be seen. With the rise of dancehall the sub genre of reggae one surely sees that music is no longer limited by one's vocals. This shift in the musical paradigm has birthed many talented artists who have not been scared to create their own diverse sound that speaks to the masses.


Following the release and success of Welcome To My City (The Gabz Edition), we give you Welcome To My City 2 (The Bandleng and Bloem Town Stories) (ft. Ohmz The Don, Eerah, Sebaga Rabantheng), which continues the tale with a trip south of Botswana to the small town of Lobatse before heading further south into Bloemfontein, South Africa.