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Rema does the asmr flow on new single “Soundgasm”

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One thing Rema is not scared of doing is experimenting with sounds and that he did to the full effect on latest song—Soundgasm—produced by frequent producer collaborator, London.

The guitar strings introduces listeners to the pleasing “Do-oh, do-oh, do-oh, do-oh, do-oh, do-oh, do-oh, do-oh, ah-ah” sung by Rema on the chorus of the song, just in time for the Afrobeat sample to kick in.

If Rema’s aim was to actually secret body fluids before making listeners ears shake like they were being vibrated, then he accomplished that in flying colours as he lays beautiful verses by using different sexual innuendos to connote different sex foreplay and positions; on the second verse he boasts of his ability to please and outperform any girl’s sexual expectations of him, “Shorty got a lot in her bucket list / I give her number one, she need a bucket quick / And when we done, she feel me like a majesty”.

One thing I like about Rema’s sound is his continual experimentation of sound and that again was explored on the bridge of Soundgasm, he goes full-on asmr whispering: “Baby girl your body is my medicine
Sweet baby melanin sweeter than sugarcane / If I hickey, hickey on her neck / Sex like a gangster, one my face, innocent” before going fully uncensored on the next few lines.

From the strings to the conspicuous baseline to the intermediary Afrobeat sample, London worked his magic on the production for Soundgasm. An excellent job from both of them, Rema and London.

Listen to Soundgasm. The music video for Rema’s latest banger currently premieres on Apple Music. It should be up for streaming on YouTube and other platforms anytime from 12 PM WAT today.

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Bella Alubo tries a handful of genres on her debut LP, “Bella Buffet”

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With quite a number of commendable EPs to her name, Bella Alubo decides it is finally time for her to release her grand LP—Bella Buffet—served on a large dining table with a host of options to devour from its ‘Appetizers’ (tracks 1-3), ‘Soups’ (tracks 4-6), ‘Specials’ (7-10), ‘Salad’ (11-14) and finally the ‘Desserts’ (song 15-17).

With her debut LP, Bella “Bentley” Alubo tries stepping out of her comfort zone and experiments with numerous genres of music and speaks on quite a few subject matter, complimentary of her debut album’s title. Allow me list some out:

• Metaphorically euphemised comical reaggae dancehall jam wherein she boldly declares her love for “Plantain”.
• Hiphop cheesy girl-anthem “YBM” Sxdan and veteran rapper, Ice Prince
• Afro-house godmother Niniola hops on South African amapiano themed “Location”.
• East african makossa “Little Bum Bum” piques listeners interest in dancing, providing the right ambiance for it.
• Traditional jamaican reggae production captions the blunt honesty on “White Lies”.
• Afro R&B “Green Eyed Monster” with Keziah Mallam.
• Classic R&B on “Options”.
• Highlife “Know You” with Dremo who experiments with emo rap.
• Electronic Syn X produced pop rhythm—”Only You”.
• In contrast to the regret filled “Table for Two”, Bella mood lights up while singing about her ex on “Reputation”.
• Moody “New Rage”.
• Shares her mama advice about love being two-sided on ode to motherly love with “Mama Said”.

Syn X, Quebeat, Lordknowz and Tuan Malik helped in cooking the beat on the tasty menu for Bella Buffet; Alubo is accredited as the primary songwriter alongside the featured artistes including Zoro, Blaqbonez, Dapo Tuburna etc.

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Ycee returns with new single, “Aunty Lovina” featuring Patoranking

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Ain’t Nobody Badder Than (ANBT) rapper, Ycee is back from a short hiatus from the music scene, jumping on the trendy Amapiano sound on Aunty Lovina featuring Patoranking.

Aunty Lovina should go on to become a club banger as the upbeat drumbeat and Amapiano infused production will surely have listeners bumping their head to Patoranking’s catchy “Bring dat body na / Make I rocky na / Aunty Lovina / If you give me na / I go shoot in na / Like a Benzema” hook before Ycee’s braggadocious first verse where he states he has got real estates, the Midas touch, the meanest flow and him being distinct from everyone else amongst others.

On his second verse though, Ycee leaves bragging for what it is worth, focusing on swaying Aunty Lovina to become his lover, he raps: “Ah Aunty Lovina/ Come make we chill, make we chop dinner / Me I wan sip from your Maltina / Understand me I no be buttey na / Make I shoot my shot make I bussina”, although not forcefully, ending with the closing remark: “And if e be no e be no / E be yes e be yes” but like the playboy he is, Ycee has no time for whining, “Then it’s on to the next flex“, he says gracefully.

You should listen to the track:

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Tems second EP, “If Orange Was A Place” hits streaming platforms

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Temilade “Tems” Openiyi puts out her second EP—If Orange Was A Place—filled with 5 songs and just one feature, the second song, “Found” with Brent Faiyaz while Guilty Beatz, produces all tracks except the third, where Jonah Christian brings his expertise on.

On If Was A Place, Tems continues her distinctive ride of the R&B/Soul wave using her outstanding voice as the surf board (as it were), speaking on experiences she has had to go through, expressing her opinions on matters bothering her with a constant theme of wanting to stay out of trouble and finding peace, “Crazy Things”, “Avoid Things” and “Vibe Out” are emblematic representatives of these thoughts and opinions of Tems’ mind state on her sophomore EP.

All tracks are written by Tems, with the assistance of Brent Faiyaz on the song he was featured on; Spax sound engineers the project by mixing and mastering the 5 tracks. It appears majority of the EP was recorded in Ghana when Tems went visiting but track 2 was recorded in Los Angeles, USA.

Listen to Tems’ second project—If Orange Was A Place:

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