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Killboy’s ‘666’ is a paradox by design

While its production and title are as murky as it gets, it is in its entirety, actually a love song; an oddly pleasant one for that matter. The song starts off with a dash of horrorcore energy, but it, in an almost too abrupt fashion, transcends into something of a bouncy and luminous nature on the chorus. Although her vocals might not be her strongest feature, she sure knows how…

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Crooger links up with Asaph x Ti Gonzi on Ginde

Seeing Zimbabwe’s finest come together in a larger than life collaboration is always a sight for sore eyes. And it’s even more gratifying when their project is not gaining traction only because of who they are, but also because of actual mastery and genuine ‘slappery’. “Ginde”, with its dark and moody production, is the ultimate hustler’s anthem and with the current dream-asphyxiating atmosphere, it couldn’t have come at a better…

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Anita Jaxson x Poptain’s “Fire” is the kind of song that enhances competition within dancehall circles…

Anita Jaxson and Poptain’s “Fire” is the kind of song that enhances competition within dancehall circles, and essentially promotes the much-needed innovation and creativity. Because in all honesty, this country as a whole has not done justice to the Dancehall culture, which when simply put, is a bottomless well of solid vibes. The culture has been watered down by years and years of artists recycling the same instrumental from Brick and Lace’s “Love is Wicked”. And we just stood and watched, and applauded them for it. Fortunately, this duo brings to the scene a sizeable contribution, in the form of this international standard joint; in which they both, undeniably come through immensely. Dancehall has always been for the dance floor, and that’s precisely where “Fire” belongs with its pounding bass.…

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