Soul Jah Love remains irreplaceable

Exactly a year ago the nation was robbed of a ghetto icon, dancehall superstar, crowd puller and hero, Soul Jah Love. His death culminated into a musical gold rush as some artists sought to milk rich musical capital from his ever flourishing career but a year on the artist proves irreplaceable. Continue reading Soul Jah Love remains irreplaceable

Lloyd Soul’s Loud and Silence Vol 2 EP a befitting festive gift

Lloyd spent the greater part of this year moulding his growing musical career which is embodied in the . He was  busy producing hit records  and busy creating musical masterpieces as well.
The EP is a 6 track project that covers a wide array of issues which the masses can relate too, coated soulful, catchy and melodious  vocals, his voice is precious it hits hard to the Soul as his name entails. Continue reading Lloyd Soul’s Loud and Silence Vol 2 EP a befitting festive gift

Solid, loaded: The Mustard Seed album Review

Nutty O’s Mustard Seed was well watered by hard work and sweat, deeply rooted and highly fertile. This is going to eventually  lead to a paradigm shift of his music and sound thereby birthing his own musical trademark. The good part of it is it will enable him to compete with himself and  with all support and work, he will join fellow African music counterparts like Davido, Wizkid, Oma Lay, Burna Boy and Fireboy DML, among others who are already at the top. Continue reading Solid, loaded: The Mustard Seed album Review

Commuter Omnibus Drivers and Conductors : THE FORGOTTEN DISTRIBUTORS OF MUSIC

Kombi operators, the drivers and conductors played a very pivotal role in pushing music, especially the Zimdancehall genre in many special ways. They broke records, they were the major plug to get in touch with when looking for new music and for dancehall the new Riddims. Continue reading Commuter Omnibus Drivers and Conductors : THE FORGOTTEN DISTRIBUTORS OF MUSIC