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Worldpharrel only got money on his mind on new track, “Owo” + music video

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PH sounds artiste, Worldpharrel’s new track is solely based on what he is focused on, that is, money or like the Yoruba translation and title track would have it – Owo.

Gone are the days dem no give attention / . . . / When I no get money dem no look my face” Worldpharrel affirms on the first verse, complementing it with “owo a pe kanuko owo a wole mi o ki emi ma se towo na” on the song’s hook.

Owo will be Worldpharrel’s second single of 2020 after releasing “For the Bag Boys” earlier in January. It is released under license by PH Sounds with Wavyvibrations acting as the distribution panel.

The electronic keyboard introduces the listener to Owo, acting as a solid foundation for the drumbeats soon to takeover while Worldpharrel smoothly glides on the production, creating space for his conscious lyrics and the easy flow of the instrumentals.

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Beyoncé, Blue Ivy, SAINt JHN & Wizkid’s “Black Skin Girl” wins “Best Cinematography” at the 2021 VMAs

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Queen B’s “Black Skin Girl” video co-owned by Wizkid and her first child Blue Ivy keeps winning thanks to its brilliant directing by Jenn Nkiru and the nice way women of colour were potrayed in the visuals. Adding to its already victorious trophy cabinet, Black Skin Girl wins the plaque for the Best Cinematography category at the Video Music Awards 2021 by MTV.

“The MTV Video Music Award for Best Cinematography is a craft award given to both the artist as well as the cinematographer/director of photography of the music video.” per Wikipedia. Simply put, the award is meant to honour cinematographers and the artistes for putting out a brilliant video matching the theme of their song and this MTV finds Black Skin Girl well qualified for.

Brown Skin Girl music video reveived two nominations at this year’s edition of the VMAs—Best R&B Video and Best Cinematography, winning the latter as previously stated.

This is yet another win for Nigerian megastar musician, Wizkid, who at the beginning of the year won his first Grammys for the above stated video and now, he bags his first VMA for the same video. A big win indeed. Congratulation showers already are pouring in for Wizkid who is experiencing a tremendous year musically already.

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Killertunes leaves a wonderful impression on the listeners hearts with debut “KillaXtra” album

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Maestro producer Killertunes explores to the fullest his songwriting and vocalist potentials with the release of the midtempo sulty-sung debut album—KillaXtra. He calls on Psycho YP, Lyta, Minz, Nissi, Kida Kudz, Midas the Jagaban, Afrobros, , Sha Sha, LikeMike to assist with vocals and Walshy Fire comes through with production credit.

Apart from Killertunes’ clear vocals on the tracks, another thing stands out and that’s KillaXtra‘s recurrent Afrobeat production made evident with the use of the brilliantly played blown and the signatrue beat of the drums.

KillaXtra gives off summer vibes via its sensual lyrics and midtempo to almost slow pace of the tracks, 13 in total, blissfully about women and the love he gets from being with them with diversification in lyricism coming in form of the grateful themed intro “Sure 4U” and the reflective “Bite Me” outro tracks; they both focus on Killertunes’ ability to soar above hate and doubt from friends and foes, how he has music to show he can achieve whatever he sets his mind and how God always crowns his effort (in the case of the “Sure 4U”).

All the featured artistes also brought their best to the table, matching Killer’s aura on their respective tracks, singing gracefully about the loving they get from the opposite sex. In all, Killertunes made sure to leave a wonderful impression on the listener’s heart with the first listen of his debut album on the music scene, showing he is not only good with his hands but can also do the talking if called upon, rhythmically at that.

Ladies and gents, KillaXtra:

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Wani and Buju shine in “Times Two” music video

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Wani links up with emergimg act Buju for the visuals to their—Times Two—single which was released a month ago. The video showcases Wani and Buju having a good time amidst different ladies while Wani’s verse focuses on pointing out girls shady behaviours toward him prior to him making it in music.

Buju solely carries the chorus, Wani delivers a lovely verse, Onari for Prassars Collective made sure both male vocalists looked good for their first music video together. Location for the shoot of Times Two apparently isn’t Nigeria going by the outdoor scenery from the video; it has just two scenes, one in which Buju and Wani enjoys the company of women by means of a house party and the other where Wani and Buju are spotted outside chilling around an “old school” Benz.

I’m sure you want to watch the video. Go on!

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