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[Video] Ruger – “Bounce”

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Jonzing World Premieres a new Ruger music video for the track – “BOUNCE”.

After the successful release of his debut EP, Ruger returns Bounce (official video) taken from the ‘Pandemic’ EP (You can listen to the EP HERE). Bounce is the new fans’ favourite track off the body of work, it a groovy Afro-reggae/dancehall tune produced by Kukbeatz.

Bounce your body or we bounce you out
Girly go down north to south (not too south)
Do you agree, I can’t shout“…

This song is one you can use to request for a romantic dance from a lovely girl at any fun gathering. Its a perfect party starter.

The energy-filled visuals for “Bounce” find Ruger in his element showing his boyish charms while bringing the song’s sensual message to life. We see shots of Ruger and his muse, played by brand influencer and director Naomi Offor, as the pair share intimate and cosy moments in a range of locations. As night falls, Ruger throws a party to celebrate his love and their union. However, at the party, things take a turn for the worse when his muse is physically harassed by another male guest. This causes Ruger to spring into action and defend his woman, He knocks out the male guest and locks him in a chill freezer.

Watch the simple Afro-Reggae Party visuals, Dircted by Ahmed Mosh below

 

 

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[Video] Magnito – “Phakama” ft. Mimi South, Iyanya

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Fresh Out, Magnito, Iyanya and Mimi South link up for “Phakama” official music video… Enjoy!

Magnito is here with a bang titled ‘Phakama‘ featuring Iyanya and Mimi South. The new song is smooth combination of Rap, Afropop and Amapiano, A record that would make you shake and show off your dancing skills. Enjoy the tune, visuals, and sing along.

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[Video] Fireboy DML – “Airplane Mode”

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YBNL and EMPIRE Releases a new music video performed by the label Young champion, Fireboy DML for the track – ‘Airplane Mode’.

Fireboy returns with ‘Airplane Mode‘ visuals after the success of Lifestyle and Champion (featuring D Smoke) videos. Airplane Mode is taken from his sophomore album, APOLLO the follow up project to his debut – LGT.

On his debut album LGT, “Laughter, Tears, and Goosebumps”, he was a loverboy, a hopeless romantic guy but on “Apollo”, he shows a much more confident side that really never gets to see the light. The album displays his outlook on life, his journey as an artiste, and the drama in the Nigerian music space.

Fireboy gets really personal and shows a vulnerable side on Airplane Mode. He sings about the stress from friends and family and how he has to live like an animal.

“So many things wey dey bother man stress from friends and family and Brotherman…

Man living like an animal, When a problem goes, Life comes with another one, But I’m a god, I’m a stronger man, I be different breed, my kind no be normal one…”

Fireboy understands his rise to being one of the finest acts would create conversation that he is trying to be number one. His aim isn’t just to be the greatest ever, he only wants to be one of the greatest to ever do it.

“I’m not trynna be the number one, So many legends dey, I’m just trynna be another one”

Due to the weight placed on his shoulders, Fireboy says he feels like he’s about to lose his mind. It’s a way of telling you that even if he has attained a god status, he is very much human like the rest of us.

“But Sometimes E dey be like say I wan manya oh, All the pressure and the wahala oh, E dey be like say I don tire, Sometimes, E dey be like say I wan manya oh, All the pressure and the wahala o”

Having to explain to people you want to be alone and do things on your own can be quite annoying. Fireboy says he just wants to be and doesn’t want to see any message from anybody (Go flight mode).

“I just wanna be alone, I don’t wanna see no message on my phone… Nothing dey do me, you should know I just feel like i should do this on my own, I just wanna be alone…”

In the second verse, he cries out about his woes ranging from money problems to woman drama and also the competition. He drops an important message – ‘Grace Is Important But The Talent Is A Plus’. He lets listeners into a reality that they can relate to – ‘The Reality Of Wanting To Give Up And Let Go’.

“If no be love, na money palava, If no be stress, na woman and drama, Competition people dey para, Too much beef when I no be mallam, Na God dey do am, no be my power, Grace na koko, the talent na jara, So i lock myself inside my yara go down on my knees, and i call on baba”

Fireboy Introduced Airplane Mode video with a message that reads;

I have always wanted to do this, Be this. The gist is many people have talent but you see Grace, GRACE is the backing that makes the damn Talent shine. No one ever think of the problems that comes after Fame and Success. Omo mehn I don Taya!

Watch and Enjoy the visuals Directed by Clarence Peters below

 

 

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Mr Eazi x Dre Skull – “Sekkle & Bop” ft. Popcaan (Dance Video)

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Mr Eazi and Dre Skull team up for new single titled, “Sekkle & Bop” featuring Popcaan.

With the recent release of E Be Mad Video, Mr Eazi returns with “Sekkle & Bop“, a conjunction of him, Jamaica’s favourite Dancehall act, Popcaan and American record producer, Dre Skull.

On “Sekkle & Bop,” Dre Skull cooks up the kind of bashment riddim that has always resonated on dancefloors around the world. Minimal, with soundsystem ready low end and anchored by an earworming flute melody, it serves as the foundation for Mr Eazi and Popcaan to take control. Both vocalists ride the riddim with signature charisma and ease–effortlessly trading flows that conjure up timeless dancehall classics, commanding dancers and continuously building the energy.

Mr Eazi is one of Nigeria’s biggest global superstars and the founder of emPawa Africa and Jamaica’s Popcaan is a global dancehall superstar who released his first two albums on Mixpak and is now continuing his domination with OVO Sound. Together, they advance a long simmering cross-continental dialogue between afro-pop and dancehall that continues to produce gems. It’s a sensibility that is united by Mixpak label boss Dre Skull–known for his songwriting and production work with Popcaan, Vybz Kartel, Drake, Wizkid, Jorja Smith, Davido and more.

Sekkle & Bop” is a global summer anthem in the making. Download & Stream Mp3 Here 

Producer: @shamaraadams

Director:@ppv365
Stylist: @Ashleighstunna
Choreographers: @misslulucreates @patiencegop @bulletproof876_chukky
Dancers: @amberraeb @demisha.Hembury @coridlionne @chanelleanth @ifrica__ @yleniap5 @kenyakaryce_ @_rushcampbell @niceybelgrave_ @thatgirlshinice.

Watch the official Dance Video for Sekkle & Bop below

 

 

 

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