Soukeïna – Fela

Soukeïna – Fela

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Soukeïna – Fela

“I want my voice to travel the world over, I want my songs to travel further than me.”  The horizon is infinite for Soukeïna, Korean and Ivorian singer, beat maker and mixing engineer, Paris born and “part of a new generation of children of Ivory Coast brought up by the World.”

The number 8 symbolises power, justice and expansion. It also represents Soukeïna’s character and path of life. “I want numbers to correspond to the effort I put into creating this EP. It’s the first time I compose everything from A to Z, and I can’t wait for people to discover this facet of me.”

Like Galileo, she believes “mathematics are the language with which God created the Universe.” She realized this when she studied sound engineering, as she manipulated and measured sound waves. “It’s obvious to me, there is something greater than us, nature is impressively precise.”

The EP’s guiding thread is water, an element perceptible throughout each song. “Water adapts, it can never be contained. Snow, oceans, rain, my blood. It’s a part of me. All the waters that joined my path give me more strength, I feel myself becoming more powerful. God willing, I will become an ocean.”

Life for Soukeïna is movement, and this EP is a reflection of time passing like a river. “You can not touch the same water twice, because the flow that has passed will never pass again. Enjoy every moment of your life.”

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Joey B x Yaw Tog – GORILLA

Joey B x Yaw Tog – GORILLA

Joey B

  Yaw Tog

“You know how it takes forever to take a gorilla down, even if you shoot it. That’s exactly how I felt, untouchable” says Joey B, referring to the time he recorded GORILLA. “I love Yaw Tog’s energy.” It was only a matter of time before Joey would invite the Kumerica flag bearer to drop some bars, and what a pleasure it is to hear them together on yet another Krept produced banger. “Krept and I are like Shaq and Kobe, he alley-oop the beats and I dunk them.”

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Joey B x Yaw Tog – GORILLA

Joey B

Yaw Tog

“You know how it takes forever to take a gorilla down, even if you shoot it. That’s exactly how I felt, untouchable” says Joey B, referring to the time he recorded GORILLA. “I love Yaw Tog’s energy.” It was only a matter of time before Joey would invite the Kumerica flag bearer to drop some bars, and what a pleasure it is to hear them together on yet another Krept produced banger. “Krept and I are like Shaq and Kobe, he alley-oop the beats and I dunk them.”

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Solid K – Note to Self

Solid K – Note to Self

 

Solid K relentlessly fine tunes his craft and message, this time giving us Note to Self, “a message to myself in light of how far I’ve reached in my music career and as a man” he says. ”It is also a pep talk to myself and my listeners – that we are awesome and great at whatever we do, and we only get better as we continue to do what we do. It is a message to myself to go full send with my art, because my art is awesome, and I come with a uniqueness that defines me and makes me the great artist I am.”

The song was initially conceived by Solid K, then he had Ice Geezy come on board to add his own production flavor.

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Solid K – Note to Self

Solid K relentlessly fine tunes his craft and message, this time giving us Note to Self, “a message to myself in light of how far I’ve reached in my music career and as a man” he says. ”It is also a pep talk to myself and my listeners – that we are awesome and great at whatever we do, and we only get better as we continue to do what we do. It is a message to myself to go full send with my art, because my art is awesome, and I come with a uniqueness that defines me and makes me the great artist I am.”

The song was initially conceived by Solid K, then he had Ice Geezy come on board to add his own production flavor.

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Soukeïna – 8

Soukeïna – 8


“I want my voice to travel the world over, I want my songs to travel further than me.”  The horizon is infinite for Soukeïna, Korean and Ivorian singer, beat maker and mixing engineer, Paris born and “part of a new generation of children of Ivory Coast brought up by the World.”

The number 8 symbolises power, justice and expansion. It also represents Soukeïna’s character and path of life. “I want numbers to correspond to the effort I put into creating this EP. It’s the first time I compose everything from A to Z, and I can’t wait for people to discover this facet of me.”

Like Galileo, she believes “mathematics are the language with which God created the Universe.” She realized this when she studied sound engineering, as she manipulated and measured sound waves. “It’s obvious to me, there is something greater than us, nature is impressively precise.”

The EP’s guiding thread is water, an element perceptible throughout each song. “Water adapts, it can never be contained. Snow, oceans, rain, my blood. It’s a part of me. All the waters that joined my path give me more strength, I feel myself becoming more powerful. God willing, I will become an ocean.”

Life for Soukeïna is movement, and this EP is a reflection of time passing like a river. “You can not touch the same water twice, because the flow that has passed will never pass again. Enjoy every moment of your life.”

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Soukeïna – 8

 

“I want my voice to travel the world over, I want my songs to travel further than me.”  The horizon is infinite for Soukeïna, Korean and Ivorian singer, beat maker and mixing engineer, Paris born and “part of a new generation of children of Ivory Coast brought up by the World.”

The number 8 symbolises power, justice and expansion. It also represents Soukeïna’s character and path of life. “I want numbers to correspond to the effort I put into creating this EP. It’s the first time I compose everything from A to Z, and I can’t wait for people to discover this facet of me.”

Like Galileo, she believes “mathematics are the language with which God created the Universe.” She realized this when she studied sound engineering, as she manipulated and measured sound waves. “It’s obvious to me, there is something greater than us, nature is impressively precise.”

The EP’s guiding thread is water, an element perceptible throughout each song. “Water adapts, it can never be contained. Snow, oceans, rain, my blood. It’s a part of me. All the waters that joined my path give me more strength, I feel myself becoming more powerful. God willing, I will become an ocean.”

Life for Soukeïna is movement, and this EP is a reflection of time passing like a river. “You can not touch the same water twice, because the flow that has passed will never pass again. Enjoy every moment of your life.”

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Womzie – The Boy

Womzie – The Boy


 

Music for Womzie is about more than good vibes. Growing up shy and reserved in Port Harcourt, Nigeria, music became a way to express himself and connect to the world. “I was a quiet kid until music gave me a voice, and now it’s an inseparable part of my life.

Because of this deep, personal bond, his music has a substance rarely found in the slew of afrobeats releases of late. This substance has already been noticed by fans on audiomack, where Womzie’s releases have picked up steady momentum on Audiomack as well as Apple Music, where his Tidal Wave EP charted in the Top 100 Albums in Nigeria.

‘The Boy’ marks a turn for Womzie: “This song is a benchmark for me; one of my greatest challenges as an artist is finding my true sound. ‘The Boy’ is a landmark on my journey of sound discovery.

Womzie – The Boy

Music for Womzie is about more than good vibes. Growing up shy and reserved in Port Harcourt, Nigeria, music became a way to express himself and connect to the world. “I was a quiet kid until music gave me a voice, and now it’s an inseparable part of my life.

Because of this deep, personal bond, his music has a substance rarely found in the slew of afrobeats releases of late. This substance has already been noticed by fans on audiomack, where Womzie’s releases have picked up steady momentum on Audiomack as well as Apple Music, where his Tidal Wave EP charted in the Top 100 Albums in Nigeria.

‘The Boy’ marks a turn for Womzie: “This song is a benchmark for me; one of my greatest challenges as an artist is finding my true sound. ‘The Boy’ is a landmark on my journey of sound discovery.

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Rebel – No Racing

Rebel – No Racing

Rebel is none other than Teshieboi, the artist responsible for coastal hits such as Jorley and Aaye featuring Nii Funny. He returns after a brief hiatus with No Racing, the first song from his upcoming EP, which drops in the next few weeks. In the song, Rebel explains that life no be race, “it’s not a 100 meter sprint, where people have to rush to succeed quickly, impress or show off. Instead, with patience, focus and determination everyone can make it on their own time.

 

 

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Rebel – No Racing

Rebel is none other than Teshieboi, the artist responsible for coastal hits such as Jorley and Aaye featuring Nii Funny. He returns after a brief hiatus with No Racing, the first song from his upcoming EP, which drops in the next few weeks. In the song, Rebel explains that life no be race, “it’s not a 100 meter sprint, where people have to rush to succeed quickly, impress or show off. Instead, with patience, focus and determination everyone can make it on their own time”.

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