Christed Records music Dj – DJ Drexx- returns with a heavy weight mind blowing mixtape he titles ‘The Blast’ which comprises of hit songs from a few of the best gospel artists in Nigeria.
Following in a series of past successes such as the ATC Domination mix tape which was released early this year he adds his magical touch to the spins marking the beginning of another cycle of monstrous hits.
He debuts an incredible body of work for fans of Nigerian gospel dance hall music, delivering up a mixtape which he promises would keep his fans on the groove into the new year!
**********Track List **********
1. Turn me around – Samsong
2. Singo – Tmax
3. Ijo Jesu – Corban
4. Illkeys – Turn down for what (afro beat)
5. Connect – LC beats & Nolly
6. Celebrate – Gr8man x Oche
7. Nobody Frown – Owosteezy
8. All the praise – GT the Rapman
9. Drop that – Jacob Plant
10. Oyel Remix – okay sokay ft MasterCraft
11. Egwu – Supreme International
12. Victory – Wole
13. Onyeoma – Henrisoul
14. Dj Drexx Instrumental
15. Blessed – Nosa
16. Oluwatomi – Opa ASE / Steve Crown – You are great.
Even as we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ on this day, talented and amazing Gospel/Inspirational artist – Young Airmie comes bearing gifts with his E.P titled – Christomaniac.
Christomaniac (The E.P) contains five amazing songs that are sure to uplift your spirit, bless your soul, and get your praise on.
Enjoy and share with friends and family this Christmas and claim all the blessings waiting for you even as we approach a brand new year.
STREAM & DOWNLOAD LINKS BELOW;
It is a blend of unique sounds and a very creative body of work. This is the best way to describe Casey ED’s latest project ”Sounds and Colors”. Think about the whole world, think about it as one big beautiful painting filled with so many colors …. They are all beautiful in unity despite their own individuality communicating that one and the same message…The same #SOUNDSANDCOLOR
This project goes beyond race, genre, culture and tags.. Everyone person, every individual is a sound and sounds have colors when you picture them mentally or perceive them with the eye of the spirit. The 19 track compilation engages the listener on an entertaining, educational, poetical, moral and spiritual level.
It features spoken word delivery, with quotes, music of creatively blended genres e.g. Celtic blended with country and African tones etc The project also shows Casey ED veracity in his vocal tone expressions. i.e. he also has the ability to sound quite differently.
Beyond the musical aspect, each song contains a strong message that is beyond shallow grounds. The world today is filled with an endless list of challenges, turmoil , cries of pain, loss, wickedness etc Its sound a intense dilemma but here’s a compilation that gives voice to positive beautiful possibilities.
#SOUNDSANDCOLORS is a crusade of a free spirit and open mind.
Available for download below;
Chen Emmanuel is a gospel Singer/songwriter and the music director for the GraceBound Crew. The Gracebound crew was envisioned on February 2016 and since then been ministering as a group. The GraceBound Crew is a group of gifted musicians and is not defined by a single genre of music. Each member contributes an amazing style and ingenuity to every song. The team consists of 14 individuals, 6 vocalists and 8 instrumentalists. The vision of this gospel crew is from Philippians 3:16…”forsaking all for Christ alone”. Inspired majorly by the gospel of Christ, the team has written several songs, 4 of which have been recorded and released.
The November Project is set to be there first album which would surely bless you as you listen.
Song Direct Download links
1. Song of Victory http://bit.ly/2g2wt5A
2. Odogwu N’agha http://bit.ly/2gCNsiB
3. Jesus http://bit.ly/2gFTbll
4. I trust in You http://bit.ly/2gFPNWd
The SWITCH mixtape series by multi-talented DJ A’Cube is BACK!!! Here comes Volume 4 of the 30 minute mega mixtape project from the stables of VerticalMix Productions, containing some of the best Nigerian urban gospel jamz of the moment.
Available for FREE download, and to help you get your praise on, #SWITCHMIXX4 is that mixtape that will not only leave you dancing and grooving, but will initiate a switch from any form of sorrow you might be experiencing, to joy.
What are you waiting for? Hit the download button, and share with your friends.
Malawi’s Christian rap artist Suffix dropped his highly anticipated Dethrone EP. This is the project that features eight international artists.
Dethrone is a concept of how man, deep in his heart, has replaced God with many idols hence all the disorders in our society, churches, homes etc..not until God takes his place in our hearts, and man fully submits to Him, we will not find the path. But either way, God still is the INKOSI (King) of all, whether we choose to submit to Him or not.
Dethrone features: Abel Chungu (Zambia), Limoblaze (Nigeria), Ruyonga (Uganda), Mag44 (zambia), Lilly Million and more.
We had a listen to the rapper’s fresh 7-track EP in its entirety. Better yet we indulged Suffix to give us a track by track breakdown, concept and inspiration.
Listen to every track and read Suffix’s comments on each one.
1. Ndinakakhala Judge
This is the only single I had to put out off my EP, and it seems most people had a problem understanding the joint. I was inspired by my pastor’s sermon where he mentioned something like “How do you feel when you see God being gracious towards someone you consider to be more wicked?” To be honest, a lot of people would be happy to see those who practice homosexuality burn but have you ever reached out to them to share the good news of Christ to them? So, under the sun there is no perfect judge, God is. If He is being patient with a sinner like me, why not extend the same grace to other people?
2. Guilty ft. Olivia & Mista Gray
We are all born sinners. On this song all I wanted to say is that I can never change myself, I have no power to. It’s only God through His power who can change my heart.
3. Exhibit A ft. Olivia & Regenerate
You know how people feel like when someone in the church circles has so much influence, the idea is that they are more closer to God than those in the audience? So some people do stumble a lot in the process of fighting for approval or recognition. My point was, you are already accepted by King of Kings Jesus Himself, so you don’t need to start rapping or doing poetry to please me or some influential poet that you know.
4. Talent ft. Olivia
This is my favourite song. I wrote this at a point I was going through a lot. God has a way of humbling His own for their own good. My talent is not bigger than the chief of art Himself.
5. Lameki ft. KBG
I have come to realise that most African parents do not engage in sensitive conversations with their children, hence children learn stuff from TV, radio and internet. For instance it’s sort of awkward to talk about sex, masculinity and some others issues that affect me as a guy with my dad, ‘cause of the culture I was raised in. So me and KBG tackled this issue, not fully though ‘cause 16 bars is just not enough.
6. Ziwindi ft. Abel Chungu, Limoblaze, Ruyonga & Tim
The idea of Ziwindi came up when the social media was flooded by issues to do with some of our fellow believers (some very influential Christian rappers) denouncing Christianity and some just falling back, so we thought it wise to stand up for our faith and encourage those who are still in faith. Truth is it’s not easy to be a Christian in this fallen world.
7. Inkosi ft. Mag44, Lilly Million & Church
So despite all the activities in this life that make it seem we have dethroned God, God is still the Inkosi. He is still King.