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Love @stevymahy new song!
Jul 31, 2014 / 6 notes

Love @stevymahy new song!

Jul 30, 2014 / 1,079 notes

afrodesiacworldwide:

Janelle Monáe - Electric Lady [Official Video]

THIS ALBUM :-)

Jul 30, 2014 / 3 notes

B-Roca & Smash Productions Ready The Danger Zone for Cropover 2014!

Dynamically entering the highly anticipated Barbados Crop Over 2014, continuing to showcase his diverse musical sound, Smash Productions alongside B-Roca drops an enticingly nostalgic single; Dangerous. Set to hypnotise and haunt pulsating bodies, with lingering and conflicting thoughts cascading beyond oblivion, written by B-Roca, Dangerous is the first 2014 single from the Bajan native and sets to alluringly charter listeners down a forbidden heavenly pleasure path.

Set amidst the party scene that surrounds Carnival, resistively hooking and melodic to the senses, Dangerous in its varied interpretation has set out to paint a different image to the listener depending on the mood and environment, however more pertinent to this perceived image, is the breathtaking picture of the familiar limbering motion that enthralls that one particular individual who has been captivated by each twist and turn. Agonisingly tempting, aptly titled, the single has skillfully managed to accomplish it’s main hedonistic aim and that is to cause unpredictable reactions from the feeling that is felt during and around Carnival season.

With Cropover 2014 slowly approaching and the slight slow trickle of excitement permeating through the atmosphere, establishing itself as a contender for the upcoming Carnival season, with each repetitive play this is sure set to be an addictive song, hell bent on racing pulses and evoking memories of liaisons equalling the feeling felt when one has been lost and captured in paradise.

— Tigeress Love —

B-Roca - Dangerous
Written by Michael Holder & Ashwin Seegobin
Produced & Mixed by Smash Productions
Mastered by Christoper Mahle

the-qaali-life:

Bien Aime of the Kenyan band Sauti Sol in their new video for Nishike!

I needed to post this for several reasons:
This is quite a change in the type of music videos released in Kenya and I think the music industry needed a new direction with artists that are willing to be risky with their creative direction.
The effect I have noticed it has on women is phenomenal. Lawd have mercy on the ovaries that will be dying! 
In the words of Bien Aime “Put on some make love song”. It is the perfect mood-setter and makes everyone feel some type of way! 
Jul 30, 2014 / 281 notes

the-qaali-life:

Bien Aime of the Kenyan band Sauti Sol in their new video for Nishike!

I needed to post this for several reasons:

  • This is quite a change in the type of music videos released in Kenya and I think the music industry needed a new direction with artists that are willing to be risky with their creative direction.
  • The effect I have noticed it has on women is phenomenal. Lawd have mercy on the ovaries that will be dying
  • In the words of Bien Aime “Put on some make love song”. It is the perfect mood-setter and makes everyone feel some type of way! 
Jul 30, 2014 / 3 notes

Timaya - Hold Me Now

Jul 30, 2014 / 4 notes

Seyi Shay feat. Patoranking - Murder

Jul 30, 2014 / 4 notes

Navy Kenzo - Chelewa Chelewa

Jul 30, 2014 / 7 notes

Diamond Platnumz - Mdogo Mdogo

Jul 30, 2014 / 21 notes

arlenemanier:

It’s a love.
Afrobeat all the way from Uganda africa, check it u’ll enjoy.

Jul 30, 2014 / 14 notes

trans-continentalhustle:

Eddy Kenzo - Sitya Loss

I am absolutely getting my life from this

Jul 30, 2014 / 21 notes

mwirigi:

New single Sura Yako (Swahili for Your Face) by East Africa’s top band Sauti Sol (Kenya). The song is the third single off the group’s third album “Live and Die in Africa” dropping this year. Sura Yako is written and produced by Sauti Sol under Sauti Sol Entertainment.

Jul 30, 2014 / 33 notes

Sauti Sol - SURA YAKO

Lipala Dance is the special dance to the song Sura Yako (Your Face), fourth single off Sauti Sol’s upcoming third album, Live and Die in Africa. Sauti Sol appreciates the collaboration with Sarakasi dancers in the creation of Lipala.

Jul 30, 2014 / 22 notes

Sexual repression has become so deeply embedded within African and African Diaspora communities. Why are we so afraid of our bodies and the amazing things they can do? Beyond the fear is the shaming…why are we so quick to shame and condemn folks for being “too sexual” or “too risque”? Is there something wrong with embracing and respecting the beauty of the Black body within the Black community? Is there a problem with understanding and embracing your sexuality?

We can’t continue to wage war on our bodies

Jul 30, 2014 / 19 notes

Sauti Sol - NISHIKE (TOUCH ME) Official Music Video

"NISHIKE" (TOUCH ME) is the third single off Sauti Sol’s upcoming third album. Song written/performed by Sauti Sol. Produced by Kagwe Mungai. Video directed by Enos Olik/Bokeh Family 2014. Assistant Director: Marvine Obaga. Video Styling: Anabelle Onyango. Executive Production: Sauti Sol Entertainment. Nishike (Swahili for Touch Me). Follow @SautiSol for more.

Jul 25, 2014 / 3 notes