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Wizkid has revealed the reason why Drake was absent in his new video for ‘Come Closer’.

The Nigerian singer has released the visual for his collaboration with the US rapper – ‘Come Closer’. The video was directed by Dapo ‘DAPS’ Fabenle, and Drake was conspicuously absent.

And as fans continue to wonder why, and inquire on social media, Wizkid has responded. In 2016, the singer was absent during Drake’s video shoot for ‘One Dance’, and failed to make the final cut. And according to some section of fans, it was payback time.

Wizkid has responded. Replying a fan, he said: “Had a family emergency during ‘One Dance’ video shoot, and Drake was on tour when we did ‘Come Closer’. No bad blood, one love still” He tweeted.

See the video below

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Here’s our latest Afro Urban Promo Mix. It features AfroBeat tracks currently heating up dancefloors all over Africa.

Included here are new tunes from Skales (Nigeria), Mafikilzolo (South Africa), Alicios (Kenya/Congo), Darassa (Tanzania), Lola Rae (Nigeria), Maitre Gims (Congo/France) & many more.

In addition we have sprinkled in some Dancehall flavors including tunes from Gyptian, Charley Black, Alkaline & Vybz Kartel.

Also be on the lookout for exclusive remixes from AKA & Diamond as well as Tiwa Savage & Koredo Bello.

You can watch/downlaod the video version below:

The Audio Version can be streamed and downloaded from the link below:


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Here’s another edition of Reminisce Boulevard. This time we’re taking a trip on New Jack Swing Lane with great Mid Tempo R&B Tunes from the Early 90s. These are tracks that used to rock spots like Visions, Carnivore, Choices & more. Featured on here are tracks from quite a few movie soundtracks of that time including “Mo Money”, “Low Down Dirty Shame”, “House Party” & more.

Let’s take a ride on Reminisce Boulevard. Enjoy the mix and please share/tag widely.

You can watch/download the video version at the link below:

You can download an .mp3 version of this mix from the soundcloud link below

Tracklisting
1. Rude Boys – My Kinda Girl
2. Color Me Bad – Sex You Up
3. Johnny Gill – Wrap My Body Tight
4. Soul II Soul – Joy
5. L.L Cool J – Stand By Your Man [New Jack Swing Remix]
6. Heavy D. – Nuttin’ But Love
7. Blackstreet – U Blow My Mind
8. Jodeci – Let’s Go Through The Motions
9. Shomari – If You Feel The Need
10. Janet Jackson – If
11. Riff – Judy Had A Boyfriend
12. Johhny Gill – Fairweather Friend
13. Keith Sweat – Something Ain’t Right
14. Tyler Collins – Girls Nite Out
15. Salt-N-Pepa – You Showed Me
16. Heavy D. – Is It Good To You [Teddy Riley Remix feat. Tammy Lucas]
17. Tony Toni Toné – If I Had No Loot
18. Highland Place Mobsters – Let’s Get Naked
19. Zhané – Shame
20. Bell Biv Devoe – Word To The Mutha
21. Father MC – Everything’s Gonna Be Alright feat. Jodeci
22. Bobby Brown – Humpin’ Around
23. Ralph Tresvant – Money Can’t Buy You Love
24. Christopher Williams – Dreamin’
25. Janet Jackson – Rhythm Nation
26. Guy – I Wanna Get With You
27. Charlie Wilson – Sprung On Me
28. Bobby Brown – Get Away
29. R. Kelly – Vibe feat. Public Announcement
30. Kid N’ Play – Ain’t Gonna Hurt Nobody
31. Johhny Gill – Rub You The Right Way
32. Guy – Let’s Stay Together
33. Today – Why You Get Funky On Me

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South African DJ & Music Producer Prince Kaybee is at it again. He’s partnered and collaborated with the delectable Lady Zamar on a smoking new join titled Charlotte. This latest effort is just magical and heavenly.

As Prince Kaybee unleashes his craft on the turntables, the Love Is Blind lady comes through with her celestial vocals on a deep, soulful and love-inspired jam. This is the definition of beauty right there and it streams right into the depths of the heart and soul.

See the visuals below.

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A 60 min mix that incorporates Slow Jam R&B tunes from the early to mid 90’s. No doubt in my mind that this era of music represents the Golden Standard for R&B Music.

There were so many great acts producing absolutely timeless music including the likes of Jodeci, Intro, Shai, Toni Braxton, Aaliyah, Changing Faces, Brownstone & more.

Enjoy the mix with that special someone……and thank me later

PS I am only responsible for the music anything after (like babies) is all on you.

You can watch/download the video version at the link below:

You can download an .mp3 version of this mix from the soundcloud link below

Tracklisting:

1. Jodeci – Forever My Lady
2. Intro – Ribbon In The Sky
3. R. Kelly – Slow Dance
4. Faith Evans – Soon As I Get Home
5. Maxwell – Fortunate
6. Aaliyah – One In A Million
7. Jon B – They Don’t Know
8. K-Ci & Jojo – Last Night’s Letter
9. Mariah Carey – I Don’t Wanna Cry
10. Changing Faces – Foolin’ Around
11. Tyrese – Sweet Lady
12. Mya – All About Me feat. Sisqo
13. Brownstone – Grapevyne
14. SWV – Rain
15. Blackstreet – Before I Let Go
16. Allure & 112 – All Cried Out
17. Toni Braxton – Seven Whole Days
18. R. Kelly – Honey Love
19. Mint Condition – Pretty Brown Eyes
20. After 7 – Ready Or Not
21. Johnny Gill – My, My, My
22. Shai – Baby I’m Yours.

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Maleek Berry kicks off 2017 with a fresh video for his song “Eko Miami” featuring UK artist Geko taken from his cricically acclaimed debut EP “Last Daze Of Summer”. With his last hit “Kontrol” surpassing 10 million views, and making a solid impact in 2016, Maleek Berry is ready to set the tone again with this colourful, artistic visual directed by Tshisz Nelson for JM Films

See video below.

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Congolese artist Awilo Longomba is back on the scene with the release of the visuals for his collboration with Nigerian songbird Yemi Alade.

The track titled “Rihanna” is a soukous banger with a super-catchy hook, that sees Awilo comparing Yemi Alade to the Barbadian singer, Rihanna (We concur with his assesment btw 🙂

Awilo Longomba reportedly has plans to release a bunch of music videos and new singles this year, so prepare to have his name back on everyone’s lips in 2017.

Check out the video below, which was produced by Clarence Peters.

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