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Music: Shegzsmiles – Racksterli

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Consistent talented Nigerian creative Shegzsmiles comes through on new banger titled “Racksterli” a mid-tempo hustle and ambition infused riddim. The production credit goes to Marco. Download and share below.

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Olamide unveils new album title, “UY Scuti” and cover art, to drop June 14th

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Olamide unveiled his new album titled—UY Scuti—its artwork and date of release on his Instagram page without revealing any further details including the tracklist.

Olamide aims at continuing the impressive yearly run of project releasing he embarked on in 2011 with “Rapsodi” down to “Carpe Diem” (2020) with the only exception being the year 2019.

Olamide’s last album “Carpe Diem” still gets heavy rotation plays on DSPs, TV and Radio but him announcing the release of his to be eight studio album, UY Scuti does not come as surprise as fans are now accustomed to the yearly ritual of putting out a body of work

The term UY Scuti originates from the study of stars and this is duly represented on the album art work through the large star standing atop the bodly written “UY SCUTI”. UY Scuti is to be released on June 14, 2021.

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Burna Boy might be releasing another album this year

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A fan on Twitter by the handle – @khevo_ asked Burna Boy a question every fan is eager to find answer to, the question was as plain, simple and clear as it could be, it read, “Are we having an album this year? @burnaboy” to which Burna who has been off Twitter for a while surprisingly quoted the fan’s tweet with the reply.

Although, the tweet containing Burna Boy’s reply is now deleted, he did answer: “Same time as last year. No worry”, hinting at an August release for his sixth studio album, just as he did release Twice As Tall “same time” “last year” August.

Burna Boy replies fan on possible time for releasing his next album.

Burna Boy is projected to release another album in 2021 following 2020’s success story of his last studio album. Expectations are also high as fans expect him to release another grand masterpiece album which would contend for yet another Grammy awards.

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Real Estate, fashion and raising my kids distracted me from making music – AY.com

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AY.com rings a bell whenever the jam, Pass Me Your Love featuring Terry G comes on or is being talked about but after mesmerising the airwaves through heavy TV and radio rotation with the commercial hit released in 2008, AY.com vanished from our screen and for over 12 years, it seemed that way, either him remaining inactive musically or releasing music that gained little to no plays mainstream wise. However, AY.com is officially ready to make a comeback into the commercial mainstream music world and in his recent interview with Sidomex Entertainment on YouTube, he speaks on his absence, return and plans for 2021.

Speaking on his long hiatus from the music scene, AY.com cites venturing into other business interests including Real Estate and Fashion while also choosing to prioritize family over his music career by making his kids the main focus in his life, raising them up properly but now that they are all grown, he is back to doing what he loves and what makes his happy, i.e music.

Now signed to TNKay Music Worldwide, AY.com is making his grand comeback to the Nigerian mainstream space by releasing the re-fix to Pass Me Your Love (released over a decade ago) with Peruzzi.

In the Sidomex interview, AY.com also revealed he has a song with Praiz to which the music video has been shot, soon to hit our screen and streaming platforms soon.

On his public fallout with Pass Me Your Love original version collaborator, Terry G, AY.com cites false ego and pride as the major reason, saying Terry G was beginning to feel like “the bigger person” as if he were a god; acting like he was the force behind making the song very big as at then while infact it was both of them—AY.com and Terry G—who equally made the song blow up. Moving on, he (AY.com) says “music is spiritual” and if the “chemistry is not right”, he will not bother making music with anybody.

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