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“Ride Da Wav” shows just how much thicker blood is when compared to water

Truth be told, it’s going to take a ridiculous amount of convincing for us to look at this Kachingwe pair the same way we look at Smith’s kids. Of course, our focus is mainly on Quiet Child, as his older sister Tinashe is already an established household name in the music industry. “Ride Da Wav” shows just how much thicker blood is when compared to water; I mean, why else…

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Numb is exactly how we feel after listening to this song

Numb is exactly how we feel after listening to this song, and it makes perfect sense because numb is exactly how you should feel after being smashed by bars – in the physical sense as well as in the lyrical one. This song is sonic-therapy. At this pace, Mitch Uta will never fall off; his route is superstardom-bound, and with every release, he seems to fortify his viability as a…

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“Sondela” answers a question that is as old as time itself

“Sondela” answers a question that is as old as time itself; that if most relationships end in desolation and heartache, what’s the point of it all?Get this: “Because everybody needs somebody!” Valee Music and Charlie Kay are crusaders on a mission of love. and as corny and sickly as that sounds, it’s true. The song is all about higher feelings and tearing down your walls and entrusting your heart in…

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Choko – Manu WorldStar’s best work yet

One can only hope that maybe one day we, as a people can awaken from our drowse and appreciate all that which we’ve been sleeping on; canned fish, random acts of kindness, Seth Curry, Dark Waters (the movie), and of course, Manu Worldstar’s music. Manu is no stranger to having his unbelievably good jams being buried under piles and piles of industry hogwash and noise that just happens to have…

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Hillzy & Sha Sha are a combination that works

When it comes to music, we’ve always asked for one thing; to be able to feel something. To be confronted in uncommon ways, to be one with the melody, and to simply be. When it comes to Hillzy’s music, it’s always a serendipitous encounter, one that evokes superior emotion without fail. His music does not move us fortuitously, no, it’s always intentional. And honestly, how are we expected to remain…

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No Cap, TheLastLetter makes a plunge into emotional waters

‘No Cap’ is the win we’ve been in pursuit of. The Last Letter makes a plunge into emotional waters and she’s not coming up for air till all her grievances are resolved. Like many of us, she’s frustrated by all the games and inconsistencies in these situationships, or dare I say, entanglements. But while the rest of us choose to sit back and take it like a man, she’s not…

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Mitch Uta, Any Other Way

Its almost as plain as a pikestaff that Mitch Uta would rather be referred to as a rapper than a singer and of course that’s something that’s not uncommon in contemporary R&B circles. Regardless of what might be perceived as attempts to conceal his vocal abilities in the name of culture, his prowess is clear-cut and unabated. Evidently, he is going for a specific kind of sound with this song, especially when you consider the well thought out instrumental by John The Producer. If Mitch Uta was going for a light, breezy and palatable joint with the right amount of sentimental energy and very much on that “TRAPSOUL” tip, then he’s spot on. The song’s extremely pacific by design, and he seems to be doing it all effortlessly – the…

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