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!
FreeMe Tv has a special treat for you: it is the one and only Erigga on the microphone! The escapee is here to deliver his bars, complete in his uniform, and to prove why he is fondly called the King of the South! Brace yourselves, this one could blow you away!
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Not just the Night, but several days to come! This young cat has blown us all away, delivering his catchy lyrics with a smooth and faultless delivery and spicing up his performance with witty punchlines! Trust us, Astro RB is one to definitely keep an eye on in the near future!
Fans of true hip-hop are truly in for a treat with this one. Those are follow underground rap in Nigerian hip-hop circles are truly definitely familiar with the name ‘Caino’. The rapper has a few choice things to say on this episode of FreeMe Tv’s ‘ZoneOut Sessions’. He spins a tale of hardship, struggles, and the determination to rise and stay above.
Experience a performance like none other as Jaga proves that there’s still hope for hip-hop on this episode of FreeMeTv’s ‘ZoneOut Sessions’! The self-named ‘Bruce Lee with the Bars’ serves up a superbly energetic delivery of masterful punchlines, with charisma, flair and panache!
Tizzy has a ream: to join the league of revered and celebrated Femcees in Nigeria and beyond. The youngin’ delivers an absolutely indigenous performance on today’s edpisode of ZoneOut Sessions, spicing up her purely Yoruba lines with parables! The young lady spits her bars with impressive flair and finesse and maybe the Lil Kesh and Olamide feature she imagines isn’t so far off.
Marvis, ex-#BBNaija housemate and one half of fan favorite duo ‘#Marfe’ is FreeMe Tv’s guest on the prestigious #ZoneOut Sessions. The Rivers State princess is serving up major #GirlPower in this episode, as she uses her lyrics to touch on some sensitive topics that have become the reality of her society.
She is definitely successfully riding the wave of her BBNaija popularity, as she is also part-owner of a clothing line available on nahso.com . Guess her rap skills are part of why Efe fell for her?
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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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’.