15 African Jams That Should Be On Your Playlist Right Now

 

Written By Khanyilanga Ndlovu

 

We’re all looking forward to a lit 🔥 time this 2017 and this playlist is just what you need to start turning up!

1. Mr Eazi- Short Skirt  ft. Tekno, BkChatLDN, Odunsi, Temi, Eddie Kadie, Oyemykke

2. Shourtie- Nakutaka tu Wewe

 

3. Amanda Black – Kahle

 

4. Navy Kenzo- Bajaj ft Patoranking

5. Kagwe Mungai – Nyumbani ft Alicios

6. Nandy – Wasikudanganye

7. Efya – Until The Dawn

8. Tiwa Savage – All Over

9. A-Reece – Feelings ft Flame

10. Ezi Emela – No Lele

11. Petra – Bandit ft Empress

12. Vivian – Attention ft Redsan

13.  Ngiyaz’fela ngawe – Kwesta ft Thabsie

14. Charlotte – Prince Kaybee ft Lady Zamar

15. Davido – IF 


 

For more, listen to Nana Fofie’s mashup of 2016’s & 2017’s African Hits

Fuse ODG In Brand New ‘Jinja’ Video (Check It Out)

After shutting it down at the FOMO party this year in Nairobi, Fuse ODG is out with yet another banger, this time introducing us to a new word altogether.

The Ghanaian born, UK raised superstar features in the brand new video to his song ‘Jinja’, which features that iconic African print look and of course logos to his This Is New Africa movement (T.I.N.A).

Fuse was in an exclusive interview at Homeboyz Radio with the Ignition crew where he almost learned a new dance move courtesy of Mike Wachira.

Watch that here.

Jaguar And Ghanaian Rapper Complete The Shoot Of Their Video ‘Warrior’

So it’s pretty obvious that Jaguar releases some ‘sauce’ music that alot of people like both locally and internationally and on this one, he crossed borders to work with Elom Adablah aka E.L, a Ghanaian rapper on a song dubbed ‘Warrior’. They shot the video in Ghana but it is yet to be confirmed when the video will be released.

This is his third consecutive video to shoot outside Kenya. Keep it HBR to find out when the video is officially going to be released. Meanwhile, enjoy this mad tune.

 

Netflix Gives Beasts of No Nation Star Abraham Attah American Scholarship

His was an unexpected rise to fame having been recruited from his village town in Ghana while playing football with a few friends and getting the chance to feature in the Netflix produced, Idris Elba featuring film ‘Beasts of a Nation’.

Well after giving him a platform to get into Hollywood, Netflix have according to Naija news source Ebony Life gone a step ahead and given 14 year old Abraham Attah an American Scholarship and a chance to move to the US.

Talk about changing his life.

After Alaine, ‘Nobody Has To Know’ Dancehall Singer Kranium Is Coming To Africa

His rendition of Justin Beiber’s ‘Sorry’ was so good it more than dominated charts including our very own Kingston 10 with ZJ Heno and Miss Della Mbaya.

Well online sources are this singer whose jams we love will be in Ghana this March 4th performing at one of their national stadiums alongside BET Award winning star Stonebwoy.

Kranium who in 2010 released a jam that was a dedication to the ‘motherland’, announced the news via his social media.

Kranium Shouts Out Ghana

Sample that collabo here.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQ9tHB4Nxtg