Psst! New Stuff #28 ft. Tim Lyre, Victony, Tallbeatz, Ayra Starr and more…
Psst! there’s New Stuff from across the continent now and we’ve handpicked some of the best for this week’s update!
Tim Lyre attempts to say the things left unsaid in relationships and situation-ships on this mellow, emotional song. Pay attention to the lyrics and you would love it even more than the melodies.
Real is the first single off his upcoming debut album “Worry <“
Victony finally breaks his silence and bares his heart on two new songs after a very terrible accident that left him bedridden months ago. He released a capsule titled ‘Dark times’ and on it is this beautiful song that touches on the importance of a mother’s prayers. This one will give your heart a little tug.
South Africa’s Tallbeatz features Ben Tiger and Gasaboy on this beautiful Reggae song about their muse and the magic of love.
Oxlade’s vocals bring life to anything and the melodic chants in the beginning of this song? What a beautiful way to start a love tale!
Kenya’s Gengetone group Mbogi genje feature Kaligraph Jones on Warena, a hardcore rap joint on which each rapper uses their lyrical flow and bars to prove their street credibility.
Mavin Records Celestial being Ayra Starr, shares this Amapiano inspired song ahead of her debut album ’19 and Dangerous’ on which she expresses how she doesn’t want anything to ruin her vibe. A soft bop, THIS ONE!
An Alikiba and Mayorkun combination is an essential song you didn’t know you needed to hear until now. From love, to breakups, to uncertainty or jealousy in relationships? The way Tanzanian musicians make every topic into melodious songs needs to be studied. They’ll make you dance to a sad song without even knowing it.
A-Star knows how to get me on my feet, dancing and vibing to jiggy bops and just having fun while at it and Last Dance is no exception.
Skepta is on his Big Smoke energy on Nirvana, a Spanish influenced track about a bougie babe that he is drawn to.
Love me some sensual tunes, even more so packed with traditional African musical elements. The gongs! Whew! You should listen.