‘Flexing is indeed second nature’ as JHus releases ‘Common Sense’ video

First, Let’s say Saturdays are for Grime on tvD Radio so plug in tomorrow (and the tvD Radio app is now in the Google Play store, go get it now and let us know what you think please)

To Jhus’ new video! Jae5’s elegant production sets the stage for Hus to exude confidence, both on the track and in the new visual, as he uses his G-Wagon like a prop and exhibits a range of wardrobe changes. Watch the new video for “Common Sense” above.

Soul, trap and Southern boom bap! Stilo Magolide rides on ‘Sefolosha’ ft. Tru Hitz

Sefelosha is everything exciting about SA hiphop! Strings that bring soul, snares that ‘trap’ and still squeeze in ‘boom bap’ some how. Tru Hitz compliments with a smooth ‘hook’!

This tune is on #PowerPlay on #tvDRadio!

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Finally, a new AKA & Anatii collabo ‘Don’t Forget to Pray’ AGAIN!

There have been a long call for a collaborative effort between AKA and Anatii, It has finally been answered. Anatii is heard rapping in Xhosa on this and this collaboration entitled ‘Don’t Forget to Pray’ debuted on Apple Music’c Beats 1 Radio.

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M.anifest’s originality and story telling still stands out on ‘Hand dey go, hand dey come’ ft. Worlasi

‘Hand Dey Go, Hand Dey Come’ off his latest effort, Nowhere Cool is a song that has Ghanaian rapper M.anifest talking about reciprocity.

‘Hand Dey Go, Hand Dey Come’ is slang that suggests mutuality – ‘you scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours’.

The song features rising star and now frequent collaborator Worlasi and in this flick, we see the two men working hand in hand to reel in the day’s catch in the coastal town of Woe. Woe is a town on the southeastern shores of Ghana which is perhaps best known for its Cape Saint Paul lighthouse. It also happens to be M.anifest’s grandmother’s hometown.

The song was produced by prolific producer Drvmroll and the video directed by Garth Von Glehn.

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The Femcees Alliance! Phlow, Pryse & Mz Kiss Brilliant Performance in “MP3”

Teck-Zilla assembles a crew of the country’s most promising emcees for the official “MP3” video.

Lead by Lagos’ self-proclaimed First Female President Phlow, the RCube-shot video is said to be inspired by the legendary Chuck D’s quote “The Super MC is the one that can spit in more than two languages.” With help from fellow Nigerian emcees Pryse and Mz Kiss, all three rappers successfully flip their native tongue of Yoruba and English.

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Ma-E breaks from the Usual noise with ‘Kanjalo’ feat. Maggz

Ma-E and Maggz sing – raps in this new joint. The former has been promoting his new single Kanjalo for 2 weeks but the big day for him is finally here.It is a slow paced lovable tune and Kanjalo takes us away from the usual noise we’ve been been hearing lately and focuses on the music.


Reminisce proves that he is the finest lyrical yoruba rappers with ‘Level Yen’

Renowned Yoruba lyricist Reminisce is back with a spanking new single titled Level Yen, which was produced by T-Izze, on the song he shows that he is still a lyrical animal that can go toe to toe with any rapper in the world, check it out and enjoy that pure unadulterated street rap music from Alaga Samsung himself.