Monday, 30 November 2015

#MusicWeDeyFeel, My Playlist

Good to be back once again. As promised, another Monday is here and today isn't any exception than to bring you my picks of wonderful tunes from the motherland.

This week I take you all the way to two beautiful countries with great talent. They are Angola and Uganda. Here we go;

1. Bruna Tatiana - Eu Falhei (ANGOLA)

If you love Kizomba, then this artist's tunes shouldn't escape your African music playlist. The song title trams;ated in to English means " I FAILED". She sings very well and the rhythm is always on point even if the language seems to be a barrier.

2. Bebe Cool - Loving You Everyday (UGANDA)

Personally one of my favorite from this artist. Great video, this song has a reggae vibe to it and message is straight forward on what his intentions are.

Still waiting for your playlist so I share with my readers. Till I come your way again, next week, Enjoy these tunes.

Videos :

Link to Bruna Tatiana artist profile.

Link to Bebe Cool artist profile.

Monday, 23 November 2015

#MusicWeDeyFeel For Another #MusicMonday

It's another Monday and I am sure you had a great weekend.

As promised, another #MusicMonday post comes your way for you to enjoy another #MusicWeDeyFeel moment.

Going straight into the list for today are;


2. MZVEE featuring EFYA - ABOFRA (Child)

For this week I decided to go somehow bias a little. These two tunes making up the list for this week are artists all from Ghana even the ones that featured. These are great tunes and I believe if you check them out, you'll love the beauty of Ghanaian music.

I will be checking out more tunes from the continent and as usual share with you next Monday.



Link to Dark Suburb artist profile.

Link to MzVee artist profile

Monday, 16 November 2015

Another Music Monday- #MusicWedeyFeel

African music in its entirety is one to revere. Its rich drums especially, create wonderful sound for which people being entertained by it can dance to the rhythm it produces.

Some few years back I started to even appreciate it the more when it earned its new face. African music nowadays, for which some call it Afro Pop as well as genres like Kwaito, House, Hip Life and the likes, really tickles my fancy and I am sure it does to you also.

A few years on social media, I found a running hashtag on Mondays which sounded interesting. Want to know? #MusicMondays it is –it highlights the various songs people are grooving to, downloading or enjoying at that moment.

So the little African in me decided to check out f there were any African tunes being shared. That led me to the hashtag #MusicWeDeyFeel. Following it keenly especially in twitter, I realized it was targeted towards tunes from our continent. I later found out that it was spear-headed by Museke. Over the period I had contributed to the trend of sharing my favorite African music.

Now I want to bring it to my platform here. So every Monday hopefully, I should bring you my pick of tunes from the continent so you also check it out.

So for this week, I start with these two tunes, I am sure you’ll love. And for your enjoyment pleasure, watch it right here;

     1. Seyi Shay featuring Iyanya and Banky W – Right Now (Remix) –  Nigeria


2. Mi Casa featuring Sauti Sol – Tuale Fofofo   –          South Africa/Kenya

Stay tuned till I come your way next week Monday for another set of enjoyable African music. If no one will celebrate us, we will celebrate ourselves.

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