Apa iliso Entertainment rapper – Jae Cash just dropped a hot freestyle tagged “A to Z” Freestyle. On the freestyle, he says the Legend Jordan Katembula professionally known as JK gives him an attitude even though he cant stop listening to his music. He further adds that its funny to see how legends love to see the new wave loose.
Popular Nigerian superstar singer and songwriter of all time, Davido, has finally dropped his highly anticipated fourth studio album titled “Timeless.” Among the tracks on the album is the impressive song “LCND (Legend Can Never Die).” The track is filled with energetic vibes, featuring Davido’s signature sound, with a touch of modern-day music dynamism. Download the track below for free.
“Timeless” is yet another album that showcases Davido’s versatility as an artist, with a fusion of Afrobeats, pop, and hip-hop sounds. The album features collaborations with other talented artists from Nigeria, South Africa, France, Jamaica, and the UK. Davido’s music has a global appeal and he has become one of the biggest African music exports in recent times.
“LCND (Legend Can Never Die)” is a song that is bound to get listeners on their feet, with its catchy beats and well-crafted lyrics. The track has a feel-good vibe, and is sure to be a crowd-pleaser at any music event. It is a testament to Davido’s ability to create music that resonates with people across the world.
Overall, “Timeless” is an album that showcases Davido’s musical growth and his ability to evolve with the changing times. “Over Dem” is just one of the many impressive tracks on the album, and it is clear that Davido has put in a lot of effort to ensure that the album lives up to its name. Fans of Davido’s music will definitely enjoy the album and the diverse sounds that it has to offer.
A popular Zambian artist Yo Maps has been in the headlines in the recently days after reports emerged that he turned down a collaboration with British pop superstar Ed Sheeran. While such a collaboration would have been a major breakthrough for Yo Maps and Zambian music in general, the reasons behind his decision have raised eyebrows and sparked controversy among the multitude.
With reference to sources that are close to the situation, Yo Maps was initially enthusiastic about the prospect of working with Ed Sheeran, who has sold millions of records worldwide and is known for his catchy melodies and heartfelt lyrics. However, when Yo Maps and his team started negotiating the terms of the collaboration with Sheeran’s representatives, they ran into an unexpected obstacle which they never thought of.
Liliana Mutambo, a close associate of Yo Maps who reportedly plays a key role in his career decisions, allegedly demanded that Yo Maps pay her in kind rather than in cash in exchange for facilitating the collaboration with Ed Sheeran. Specifically, Mutambo is said to have asked for sexual favors from Yo Maps in return for the favor.
Such requests are not only inappropriate and unprofessional, but also potentially illegal and unethical. It is not clear whether Yo Maps or his team took Mutambo’s request seriously or attempted to fulfill it, but the fact that it was even made in the first place raises serious questions about the culture of the music industry and the exploitation of young and vulnerable artists across the globe.
In response to these demands by Mutambo, Maps reportedly declined the offer and moved on to other projects that he thought are more useful in his music career. The incident has sparked a debate among fans and industry insiders about the role of power and influence in the music industry, as well as the importance of ethical and transparent business practices.
Some citizens however have further criticized,Maps for not speaking out publicly against Mutambo’s alleged misconduct and for potentially enabling such behavior to continue in the industry. Others have commended him for standing up for his values and refusing to compromise his integrity for the sake of fame or success.
Regardless of the outcome of this specific case, the incident highlights the need for greater awareness and action regarding the issue of sexual harassment and exploitation for not on the music industry but also beyond . It also underscores the importance of supporting and empowering young artists, particularly those from underrepresented and marginalized communities, to pursue their creative dreams in a safe and equitable environment.
Further more,as the music industry continues to evolve and adapt to societal dynamics and challenges and opportunities, it is essential that all stakeholders uphold the highest standards of professionalism, ethics, and respect for the dignity and rights of all individuals involved.
A popular Zambian hip hop artist and celebrity Mwila Musonda, Populary known as Slap Dee says young budding artistes, especially from Africa need to be taught how to use their fame to generate income and meet their day to day needs.
Speaking to students at the African Business Conference hosted by Harvard University, Centre for African Studies in the United States, Slap Dee said artistes need to learn the business side of the entertainment and music industry because it’s a very important approach.
Slap Dee was part of the 70 artistes who were speaking at the Conference and on Saturday he shared a clip of his presentation on social media which went viral.
In the presentation he highlighted the lack of platforms and facilities such as the African Business Conference in order to exchange knowledge among other key factors needed in the growth of an artist.
We (artists) are not taught how to do business in music. Usually we think that when we have talent it’s enough to get us across the globe and that’s not the case,” Slap Dee stated.
He further Stated that, “Young artistes have to be taught the business side of the industry, how to monetize the fame.”
He also said that some artistes need to utilise their fame on on Tik Tok and translate the streams on YouTube or Spotify into a steady income stream which is not the case.
Slap Dee disclosed that he plans on sharing the knowledge from the conference to the young artiste in Zambia once intends to school them on the importance of business in music .
The African Business Conference hosted by Harvard University, which Slap D attended is an annual event which has been held for 25 years.
It seeks to explore Africa’s next chapter under the theme: “Africa Accelerated: Leaps and Bounds into the Next Decade.”