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Hanna “No Hands” will save lives, metaphorically and literally.

“No Hands” will save lives, metaphorically and literally. The song is not only about enforcing Hanna’s dominance as a formidable rapper; its also here to, dare I say it, raise awareness on the current Coronavirus pandemic (talk about using your voice for good!) There’s an ongoing opinion about how the current situation is not as dire, but Hanna’s included an actual news excerpt to show that the situation is up…

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Ishan – Better Without Me

Clearly, Ishan is not bothered to conceal his proclivity towards “the feels”. Unlike most people, he dares to make peace with the possibility of being the source of toxicity in the relationship, as he gently coaxes his ever so sweet falsetto to acknowledge an ex’s post-breakup thriving. Emotion is one aspect he chose not to be conservative within this song, and that’s reason number one to vibe to it. “Better…

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King 98 – Twisted

King 98 will have to out rap more than half of the music industry for him to be somewhere in the vicinity of his goal of being a B.I.G reincarnate. After listening to “Twisted”, we are not ones to dismiss this ambition; the song attests to his ability to grow; and also, his underdog spirit is not lost on us. An instrumental is always an indispensable piece of the whole…

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I go by the name of African Sushi

“I go by the name of African Sushi” were his closing words on “Your Man”, and  since then we have longed for a sushi season. We have endured several sonic dry spells and finally “Sushi Season: The First” is upon us. Call us entitled, but from Garry Mapanzure, we shall always expect freshly squeezed vocals served on a silver platter. Not Negotiable! 1. GO LOW This is probably what happens…

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Obi Davids, I’m losing my marbles

“I’m losing my marbles” is the kind of thing your neurotic friend would say, and you’d always be quick to wave off their insistent whining. However, unlike your friend, Whiny McWhinison, Obi Davids’ verses are surged by Wolf-Bridges & Garth The Producer’s crisp and somewhat sulky instrumental; giving the whole piece an uncomplicated vibe that makes it appropriate for a Sunday afternoon. In lesser hands, I can imagine Obi Davids’…

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Soko Matemai, In a word full of trends you remain a classic

Special days always bring special songs, last week saw Soko Matemai releasing a jam for the season and feeling. Mine featuring Dreal Nova came out on the 14th and for those with special someone it must have fit in perfectly with your plans Dreal Nova comes in with the sweet melodious vocal mix at the beginning of the song. It’s a satisfactory way to set the mood of the song…

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T.shoC, get my account details don’t pay me in compliments!

We are not arbiters on the subject of good music, but….we come really close (LOL), and so you should just stop trying to resist and listen to who we are putting you on, And as always, we do not subscribe to celebrity culture, so you can be sure that most of these songs actually slap. With that being said and also for a myriad of reasons, T. ShoC should be one of the voices in your speaker and ear right now. He is one man with no regard for genre boundaries, although he is rooted in rap, most of his songs are a fusion of local and international sounds, and each and every song of his transcends beyond the Hip Hop sphere.  For example, the song “Lemons & Guavas” dabbles…

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