August 5, 2020


After the success of her well accepted music album, tagged "Abiza In Africa" by all. The prominent South Africa music imprint, Worldwide Music Group, presents her frontier sensational act, which his also the boss of the brand, Deejay Maestro, as he link up with the neighboring country most energetic show melt down lyricist artistes; from Nigeria, name as following, "K Trick & Segxywin" to deliver us an Evergreen Soul Affectionate Afrobeats/Afro-Raggae mid tempo piece; with well notch vibes, dubbed; "Give Me More", which it productions credit awarded to "K Trick Productions".

Give Me More is another jam you won't stop bumping as the song filled with all you might need in a good sound. Remember... We give you best sound, enjoy. 

Quotable Lyrics:
Would you stay with me 
If I didn't have anything 
You say yes, you need to prove it. 
Not just say yes, counterfeit yes 
Slimboss highness
Come and be my princess ah! 
In my palace ah!.... 


OluwaBoy - Hustle

Fast rising artiste Oluwaboy, comes through with another one right after his recent single Raster; You should give hears to this tune. Big ups to Oluwaboy on this fresh tune.
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OMG! Lady refuse proposal because her boyfriend of 5 years refuses to kneel down (Watch video)

Is this right or wrong??
The lady in the video refuses the proposal because the guy did not kneel down.
This is strange.
Is kneeling down part of proposal?
Who is right? The lady or the guy??

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Ronaldo ‘wanted to quit Juventus

Cristiano Ronaldo ‘wanted to quit Juventus to play with Mbappe and Neymar at PSG before coronavirus ended transfer

CRISTIANO RONALDO wanted to quit Juventus to play for Paris Saint-Germain but coronavirus thwarted the transfer, according to reports.
The Portuguese superstar reportedly wanted to link up with Kylian Mbappe and Neymar at the end of this season but the financial impact of Covid-19 appears to have quashed the chance of such a move.

Cristiano Ronaldo wanted to leave Juventus for PSG at the end of this season.
Cristiano Ronaldo wanted to leave Juventus for PSG at the end of this season.

Ronaldo was said to be grumpy after his Juve team narrowly overcame Lokomotiv Moscow 2-1 in the Champions League last October.
And later that night he was heard dreaming of a move to the Ligue 1 champions, according to French outlet.
The 35-year-old megastar is said to have dreamed of linking up with pal Neymar and Mbappe who he admires.

August 4, 2020

Iker Casillas retirement from football

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Gianluigi Buffon sends class message to Iker Casillas following the Spaniard retirement

Legendary Italian keeper Gianluigi Buffon has paid a glowing tribute to fellow goalkeeper Iker Casillas after the Real Madrid icon confirmed his retirement.
Casillas announced on Tuesday that he was hanging up his gloves and tribute has been flowing for the Spaniard since.
On an Instagram post, Casillas said: “The important thing is the path you travel and the people who accompany you, not the destination that it takes you. Because that with work and effort comes alone and I think I can say, without hesitation, that it has been the path and the dream destination.”
Buffon who had fond memories of his fellow keeper took to Twitter to say: “They say competition makes us better than others but not perfect faced with ourselves.
“Maybe this futile pursuit of perfection is what made us who we are. #Grac1as Iker, without you, everything would have been less meaningful.”
Casillas who finished his playing days at Porto has an array of titles in his name including the World Cup, two European Championships, five LaLiga titles and three Champions League.
In his time at Real Madrid, he made 725 appearances for the Spanish giants over 16 seasons between 1999 and 2015.
Casillas won 167 caps for Spain (a record only bettered only by Spanish compatriot Sergio Ramos) and was captain when they became world champions in 2010 and triumphed at Euro 2008 and Euro 2012.
The 39-year-old, who hasn’t played competitively since suffering a heart attack during a training session 18 months ago, is expected to take up an ambassadorial role with Real to work alongside president Florentino Perez.

Bright Kizzy _ Money

Brightkizzy the Santa crooner step out to bring this Trap , mind blowing song Titled “Money” money byBrightkizzy is just that song you would probably love to listen to this season. Song Produced by Joe Beats ..
Kindly Download Listen and Enjoy ; Money By Brightkizzy.
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August 3, 2020


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[Mixtape] Dj LaMszXy – 9jahit Monthly Mix (August Edition)

The Official Mix Is Now Drop As We Promise Every 2 Months This Is The Second Mix Produced By Dj LaMszXy#AfroBeatDj  Which They Dubbed It With “9jahit Monthly Mix” August Edition Stream And Download Below. 


01. Intro By Binlatino Beatz
1. Dj Spinall Ft. Omah Lay – Tonight
2. Timaya – Born To Win
3. Mr Eazi – Ogogoro Sweet Pass
4. AK Amare – Corona No Go Kill Person
5. Kizz Daniel – Padi
6. Ladi Poe X Simi – Know You (Kush Riddim)
7. Omah Lay – Bad Influence (Kush Riddim)
8. Fireboy DML – New York Girl (Kush Riddim)
9. 6ix9ine X Nicki Minaj – Trollz (Kush Riddim)
10. 6ix9ine – Gooba (Kush Riddim)
11. Bodly G – Bless Me Beat
12. Koffee X Gunna – W (Kush Riddim)
13. Kizz Daniel – Boys Are Bad
14. Joeboy X E Kelly – Oreke
15. WurlD – Story
16. E Kelly Ft. King Perry – My Girl
17. Koker – Bad
18. B Red X Mayorkun – Dance
19. Omah Lay – You (Kush Riddim)
20. Krizbeatz & Teni – African Time
21. Don’t Rush – Instrumental
22. Young T – Don’t Rush
23. Dotman – Feelings
24. Mayorkun X Davido – Betty Butter
25. Kizz Daniel – Hook
26. Zinoleesky – Mapariwo
27. Badboy Timz – MJ
28. Kizz Daniel – Check
29. Marlian – Dido Lobo
30. Skales – On Your Side
31. Nass Brown – Hello
32. Rexxie X Poco Lee – I Can Dance
33. Rexxie X Zlatan – Opor
34. Dj Trap X Dj YK – Name Free Beat
35. Aloba Fresh – Eriwoya
36. Dj Lisali X Dj YK – Ready Dance
37. Outro By Dekunle Star



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Tunnixbeatz Ft. BrainBox - Collect

Fast rising producer and sound engineer “Tunnixbeatz” teamed Up with “Brainbox” with a new single titled “Collect”. It takes alot to keep your ears on check, it’s all about individual attitude and we know today no one knows tomorrow. The song was produced, mixed and mastered by “Tunnixbeatz” himself.
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August 2, 2020

10 Things You Should Know Before Going Into a Recording Studio for the First Time

I love being in a recording studio. Whether it's for my own musiccontributing to a friend's record, or just being there to provide creative and/or moral support, I get off on the energy being the studio generates. I love to watch other people work, be it the artist or the engineer, it's great to observe (and, thereby, learn from) someone else's creative process in action.

For some people, though, the studio is a drag. It can feel clinical or repetitive – and it can be. There are going to be plenty of times when you're going to have to hear a small snippet of music over and over and over again in order to solve a problem, or decide if it's the right decision, or if it's not good enough – which means someone will have to redo the part, which could take minutes… or hours. And if it's not your place, then chances are that every mistake is costing somebody – probably you – money.

For that reason alone, studios can move quickly from incubator to a pressure cooker. Like any other business, time is money when it comes to the studio – and you want to get your record done without breaking the bank or compromising quality in order to beat the clock. This can seem especially nerve-wracking if it's a new experience for you, so here are 10 tips to better prepare you for your first time in the studio.

1. Make a plan with your engineer/producer

There are many ways to approach the recording studio. Depending on the type of music you're attempting to document, you might wanna capture the manic intensity of a band playing live or break down the songs piece-by-piece in order to have more control over each element. Regardless, you'll want to talk with your producer about the record you're trying to make. Having a plan of attack will help when finding the right tools to accomplish the desired effect. It'll also help determine how much time you're going to need to get everything done in a somewhat efficient manner. This will also be an important time to share demos and discuss studio rules and expectations that you'll have of each other. Making records can be a breeze or a chore – and often both – so being on the same page with your production team will build camaraderie as well as a foundation for the chaos that is bound to ensue.

2. Be prepared

Money and time are almost always an issue when it comes to making a record. So, unless you have a crazy budget to spend experimenting in the studio, showing up prepared will go a long way towards a smoother studio experience. Having your songs down pat will often mean fewer takes. Fewer takes means you can get more done in less time – which can either save you money or (more importantly) give you more time to experiment with your creation. So practice up, get tight, and make sure all your gear is in good shape.

3. Keep within your budget

This should go without saying. Despite tight times and shrinking recording budgets, records are still getting made. Talk with your producer/engineer about what you have to spend, and come to an agreement. You may have to record in starts and fits or do it all in one night, but you can figure out a solution that's agreeable to all. Plus, if you're not acting too crazy and everyone involved is having a good time, then you'll be surprised how far your dollar will stretch. At the end of the day, everyone wants to leave with a record they'll be proud to put their name on.

4. Don't be afraid to bring in some of your own recordings

If you've been experimenting with recording at home – or maybe even made some cool demos in advance of your session – then you should bring them in as either references or as something to include on the album. Whether it's some weird textures or a killer guitar idea, if you have a good performance that's captured in cool way, then there's a good chance you can include it on the album – especially if you're recording digitally. Home recording can also be helpful as a way to save studio time. Feeling pressure to get that guitar just right? Feeling shy about performing your vocal? Give it a try at home and move on to the next task.

5. Bring references

Whether you're looking to set a certain mood or looking for a specific production technique, words can fail to express what you want to happen during a particular session. But you don't have to be flummoxed by not speaking the language of trained musicians or producers – and this is where having songs or albums for reference can come in handy. You shouldn't only have these handy for your initial talks with your producer/engineer but during the sessions as well. It may feel like cheating, but hey, great artists steal. Or, to put it another way, would you rather spend 30 minutes waxing poetic about drum sounds or just play that Zeppelin track and move on to guitar solos?

6. Don’t get all f*&#ed up

We get it: you're in a rock band. Despite the music business being populated by some undeniable drug sponges, you're not at a studio to sit around and get smashed. You've got a job to do, and so does everyone else. That job is not to be your babysitter or hold your hair back while you destroy the studio's only toilet. There's nothing wrong with getting lubricated, but rendering yourself useless isn't helping your cause. And, let's be honest, it's a boring cliché. Track your parts and move on. Party once you've captured something worth celebrating.

7. Don't let your session get too crowded

Sometimes it's great to have friends and loved ones around to bolster feelings, give support, and act as cheerleaders. And the recording studio is a mythic place – lots of civilians have never been to one, so they're naturally curious to see what goes on, which usually dovetails into people thinking it's an excuse to party. The reality is that making a record takes concentration and focus, and a bunch of people making a racket takes away from that experience. So be mindful of whom you allow to hang out – and not just for your sake, but for the other people involved in making the record, too. If someone's having a hard time nailing his or her part or is shy, then visitors might impede progress. And don't forget about your engineer – you're paying for both expertise and ears, and a loud gaggle of your drunken friends is not what they want to hear. The tedium of the studio will make some friends and significant others become grumpy and negative, so politely ask them to leave – or let your producer/engineer be the bad guy. It's not bullshit to say that you're busy – you are!

8. Consult the Oblique Strategies

In need of inspiration? Then maybe its time to consult the Oblique Strategies, a deck of cards created by legendary producer Brian Eno (U2, Talking Heads, David Bowie) and the late Peter Schmidt. Eno and Schmidt, who was a painter, came up with the Oblique Strategies as a way of working out creative dilemmas (i.e. getting stuck). When an impasse is reached, one draws a card – or a series of cards – and heeds the advice, whether it makes sense or not, with the intent being that it'll make you approach problems in a totally different way. Some of my favorite examples are: "Honor thy error as hidden intention," "emphasize differences," "fill every beat with something," and "go outside, shut the door." Decks can be purchased online, but there are also a few website and apps that will suffice. Or just make up a few of your own.

9. Go with the flow

Even if you're recording your band live-to-tape, making a record isn't a natural process. Everything that happens is run through a variety of electronic gizmos in order to create a musical experience. Bearing that in mind, don't get caught up in how a record is supposed to be made – there's no such way. Use your time in the studio to try something unique – maybe use different gear. Your regular rig might be great for gigs, but maybe another setup sounds better on record. Embracing happy accidents and indulging spontaneous ideas can add unexpected depth and character to your recordings. Time constraints can also be great decision makers – which is to say, "The clock is running out. Don't overthink it. Make a decision." Furthermore, if something's not going according to plan, take a break or move on to another part. Or another song. Or another Oblique Strategy.

10. Stay positive

Things will go wrong. You might have clumsy fingers. You might run out of money or time. You might break a guitar string in the middle of the greatest solo of your life. These things will be frustrating, but don't let them get you down. Some records have the luxury of being polished to perfection. Most don't. And who cares? Perfection is boring. Soul comes from being human – and humans make mistakes. Harness the chaos, use it as fuel. Encourage your bandmates. Listen to advice. Have a vision, but don't be a tyrant. Making records is a team effort. Be open to the experience and surprise yourself. Releasing music may be easier than ever, but getting noticed is hard – so make something special.

And bring snacks. LOL




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KSB - Iye Ayeraye

KSB “iye ayeraye” meaning “Eternal Life”
This song is KSB’s Personality Status Declaration ..
This banging Pop-Gospo-Vibe is celebrating Etercnal Life in Christ. 
Do you know your Eternity Status? #ksbiyeayeraye

August 1, 2020

Sido B – Your Matter

Church Mind Entertainment Present SIDO B as he hit us with a new single titled “Your Matter
SIDO B has featured the likes of Sound Sultan, Terry Apala and others.
Your Matter” was produced, mix and mastered by 3brianzs. This is a must download tune for you all.
Connect On Instagram: @sidob1
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Dizzy K – Coca Cola Body

Dizzy K is out with a new jam titled, “Coca Cola Body”.
After the much success Of his previous song “Argument” which got a lot of acceptance across the country and beyond, Dizzy K has done it again with this melodiously composed and beautifully Packaged Afro fusion song.
Produced by DTC. Enjoy Below.

Prinzea Ft SugarBoy - Ma Pami

Nigerian Alternative Afro Singer "Prinzea" just released His first Official Singles for the year Featuring " G-Worldwide Super Act "SugarBoy" Titled; Ma PaMi  it been Trending on Audiomack and soundcloud
   Please hit the download button🙏🏻Rebroadcast, SHARE AND REPOST!

July 31, 2020

Sureboy Ft. Erigga & Solid Uston - Fallen

Henry Itoki popularly known as “Sureboy” finally unveils his long anticipated jam where he teamed up with one of the best Nigerian HipHop Artiste PaperBoi Popularly known as “Erigga” and “Solid Uston” to present a smashing single titled “Fallen”, it is a club banger, but also have several core motivational elements in its lyrics, the song “Fallen” was produced by “C Major”, mixed and mastered by “No Limit”STREAM & BUY ON DIGITAL PLATFORMS HERE
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