Psst! New Stuff #21 ft. Rema, Alikiba, LAX, Lady Du, Kah-Lo, Emo Grae and more…
Love, sex, hope, unity and freedom is what we are about on this week’s update of Psst! New Stuff.
Euphoric vibrations and sensual whispers! Rema surprises us with the release of ‘Soundgasm’, an infusion of spiritual melodies and sexual lyrics that translate to a sonically pleasurable feeling.
Bongo music at its finest. Alikiba and his label mates on ‘Ndombolo’ will have you on your feet in no time, with the impeccable delivery of each line on the groovy beat.
Jay Bahd and his ‘geng geng’ from the Asakaa movement deliver this culturally rich number on which they rap about the unity in Kumerica.
L.A.X features Davido on ‘Pepe’, a song about how a girl changes her mind and develops interest in him when she realizes the extent of his financial capacity.
South Africa’s DJ Lady Du in collaboration with Ms Party and Josiah De Disciple, release ‘Kings x Queens’. Celebrating being different in honor of Pride month.
On ‘Living in Bondage’, Nigerian alternative musician Prettyboy D-O, focuses on the harsh realities of living and surviving on the streets of Africa as youths.
A mellow sexual song for an intimate moment with your partner. Kagwe Mungai delivers his lines in a sleepy and sensual voice, he does on dreamingly, painting a picture of what he wants to do with his muse when the lights go down.
Nigeria’s top hitmaker Rexxie enlists the help of South Africa’s Sho Madjozi to produce and even better version to his 2020 hit single ‘KPK’. Sho Madjozi’s verse on this remix adds the extra sauce that you didn’t think the song needed, making it a complete Amapiano hit.
Ghanaian born British producer Dj Kwamzy releases ‘Busisa’ off his highly anticipated Afro-house project ‘Amapiano To The World Vol. 2’. The song is an Afrobeat – Amapiano crossover that talks about hope, love, and unity.
‘She’s on fire where she goes’… Kah-Lo tells people to move out of her way because she’s too hot to handle on this upbeat EDM track off her debut solo EP ‘The Arrival’.
Interesting wordplay on the chorus of this love song. Marlian Music’s lover boy Emo Grae releases a new love song about how he would do anything for his muse.