New cat on the Femcee block ‘Beambo Taylor’ is FreeMe Tv’s guest on ZoneOut Sessions. The beautiful rapper delivers her performance in the Yoruba language, stating clearly that she is the baddest and she’s here to stay. Many have critized her style as overwashed and unimpressive, but we’ll leave you to judge.
It is often said that Christians are boring and sanctimonious people. Well, on today’s episode of ZoneOut Sessions, Rapper TLG is on a mission to break that stereotype.
Dressed very casually, the lyricist spends the duration of his performance reaffirming his love for and belief in God. He seems to be starting a ‘Gospel Igboro’ movement, passing his message of peace, love and faith in a style that is suited to the streets and hoods.
Love it or hate it, it is definitely a performance that keeps you locked on from start to finish.
Our very first Femcee on the 3rd season of ZoneOut Sessions and feature on today’s episode is Cyclone.
Her lyrics tell the tale of one who is confident of who she is and would never bend under pressure.
In her own words: “All I need is one Mic, not a fist or sword”.
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Dek Records Afro beat and high-life sensation Poetic Ken delivers the visuals for yet another super tune titled “TATTOO”. After the huge buzz generated by his previously released single “NWATA” His new song “TATTOO”, a contemporary Afro beat tune blends with the subtle elements of R/B oozing out an electrifying and inspiring sound,unique,melodious and expressing the purest love.
His style is quite different.The compelling rhythm,breathtaking lyrics and strong deep vocals make this song a must listen to.I think every wedding must play this song.I also think is cash in time for Poetic Ken. This visuals for this Track Produced by fast rising producer Original Beatz was directed on the beautiful street of Lagos by Papiruex.
Terry Apala drops official video to his latest banger “Bad Girl” featuring runner up of Big Brother Naija 2017, the multi-talented Bisola.
Enjoy this amazing masterpiece by prolific director, Lucas Ried.
Some pronounce her name as Sia, and maybe she’s Nigeria’s next soul-singing superstar. Join Xia on this soothing journey, as she spins a melancholy tale of love and cravings.
One of her songs, ‘Sai Rijiya’ is an allusion to an Hausa folktale of suicide by jumping in a well. We guess this singer would rather die than be without her lover?
The sultry songstress launches off with the Legendary Sade Adu’s ‘No Ordinary Love’, segues into her own composition ‘Sai Rijiya’, caps it off with another of her songs ‘Circles’ and gives us yet another fix of Sade’s ‘No Ordinary Love’.
Cabinate Music talented recording artist, Lord Cornel has joined forces with Zoro to deliver this masterpiece titled “Igbo Kwenu” The Visuals for the Track “Igbo Kwenu’ depicts very richly the Igbo Land Culture.
While Lord Cornel shows off his wonderful voice by singing in Igbo Language, Zoro also shows off his rap talent in Igbo language.
The Video was directed by the ground-breaking Mex Films
BondGrounded Promotions‘ star and one of the new cats on the rap block ‘Ivan Edd‘ is FreeMe Tv’s guest on this episode of ZoneOut Sessions. International Edd, as he calls himself, presents quite a picture: multiple piercings, packed-up hair and an uncommon sense of style, the rapper’s persona brings one word to mind: different. His rap delivery is as well quite different, as he employs a mixture of English Language, Pidgin English and Igbo to delver a very simple message: You’ve never seen this before!
We don’t know if he’s name Ivan after the historically infamous Ivan The Terrible, but there are some that would definitely say that his flow is ‘sick’ and his bars are ‘wicked’.
KME Music artist, Black IQ has dropped the visuals for his upbeat track titled “Can’t Wait”. The video was shot by Capital Dreams Pictures and shows Black IQ surrounded by white clad dancers.
The dynamic visuals and dancehall vibes work perfectly with this club banger. The song was produced by Benjamz and Black IQ’s Bini rap flow gives this song a unique edge along with its mass appeal. Enjoy!