This episode of ZoneOut Sessions features Pells, the lyricist on a Mission.
Now I’m in your face blowing something dope from the vape
I was Cesar on the planet I was running with the apes
When my mum said son go
I had to get it pronto
Y’all left blue balls crossing over like Alonso
I knew they wasn’t ready they ain’t cooked this good
One of Nigeria’s fast rising rapper JAGA a.k.a Bruce Lee With The Bars, last child of veteran Nollywood Producer/Actor Shan George, returns heavily with something dope to kick off the new year. Based on the lyrical strength he puts on his songs, JAGA has done a recap of some of his best works of 2017.
He refreshes our playlist with his newly released mixtape entitled Tell Somebody Vol. 1. This new mixtape features Shaydee and the talented Flowssick.
JAGA’s flows on Tell Somebody Vol.1 can’t be overestimated, he was able to reveal a lot on this new mixtape/EP by sending across catchy messages.
This mixtape is making a big buzz already. Check on it and share your thoughts!
Watch Official Video to John NetworQ’s New Hit “Please”
Off his Sophomore E.P, Son of Merlin Vol.2, John NetworQ releases the official video to his up-tempo smash hit, Please.
The video was shot in South Chicago, USA, by the talented director, Brown Jr.
The Son of Merlin, John NetworQ, can be spotted repping his African roots with his outfit in far away Chicago.
Watch, share, comment and don’t forget to subscribe to his channel to see more of his amazing works.
The Intellectual Bully, Sorple, lyrically explodes on this episode of ZoneOut Sessions.
If you featured me, when I’m done, they’d think I featured you.
Do it three times in a row, hat trick on you.
You so dumb I’m getting bored cus I’m tired of tricking yo.
Cus tho your pride is outta this world,
Your sense is middle school.
Younger brother of the Late Great DaGrin is FreeMe TV’s guest on ZoneOut Sessions, and the team chose the perfect ace to round off the season! The young fire-starter is quite the explosive talent, delivering his thrilling and catchy lyrics in the indigenous Yoruba language!
After a series of battles, Vader emerged winner and his performance on FreeMe TV’s ‘ZoneOut Sessions’ this week is clear proof of why he won! He delivers his deep and meaningful lyrics with quite an unusual flair, making his message quite clear: you’re going to be paying attention to this lyricist for a long time!
He caught the audience’s eye on #WeDareYouToZoneOut campaign and came out top 3 in the competition! Aiseh is FreeMe Tv’s guest on ZoneOut Sessions. The simply dressed youngin delivers his intelligent and witty punchlines with panache and makes his fans proud. Should he keep pursuing rap, or keep his day job?
On the 7th episode of FreeMe TV’s ZoneOut Sessions for the 3rd season, we have Smac, who says he’s not a rapper but a poet.
Did he do justice to his own session?
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In this media-centric century, it is absolutely unsurprising that the birthplace of many stars is the internet, particularly Social Media. OG is a young talented rapper that was making waves on Instgram and Twitter with his very interesting rap covers to popular hits like Davido’s ‘IF’, Tekno’s ‘Yawa’ and even Lil Kesh’s ‘KilosheleGanGan’. These covers have gotten him quite a fanbase, and recognition from even the artistes whose songs he covered. He caught the attention on Naija’s foremost rap show ‘ZoneOut Sessions’ powered by FreeMe Tv, and the rest as they say is history. OG performed on the show to the delight of his fans and even succeeded in impressing the FreeMe Tv team. Many have called him the next big thing in Naija’s rap circle- guess we’ll just have to wait and see.
Click to watch: OG’s ZoneOutSession
Rapper/producer/all-round bad guy, Tey Chaplin seems quite determined to prove a point: He’s got bars for days. He started 2017 with a bang, releasing his 7-track EP ‘Duality’ and most recently, was given a chance to ZoneOut with FreeMe Tv. Some people are not exactly fans of his delivery, many have gone far enough to call him an ‘IJGB’, but what we can’t argue with is the fact he’s pulling quite a few punches with his punchlines. In his ZoneOut performance, he makes a reference to an ex that we think is quite shady of him, click to find out what: