New Music Africa Featuring Johnny Drille, Felo Le Tee, Others 

Our lineup features some of the finest musicians from Africa.

New Music Africa Featuring Johnny Drille, Felo Le Tee, Others 
New Music Africa Featuring Johnny Drille, Felo Le Tee, Others 

This week, we are thrilled to present to you an exciting selection of the latest and most vibrant music releases from Africa. Our carefully curated list showcases the rich and diverse musical talents of both established and emerging artists, who hail from various countries across the continent and beyond. From the infectious beats of Afrobeat to the soulful melodies of Afro-soul, and the rhythmic grooves of Afrobeats to the captivating sounds of Afro-pop, our collection has something for everyone.

Our lineup features some of the finest musicians from Africa, both at home and in the diaspora, who dropped new music this week. With their unique voices, lyrical prowess, and exceptional musical skills, these artists are making waves on the global stage and putting Africa’s rich musical heritage on the map.

Felo Le Tee & Mellow & Sleazy – The Ill Wise Men (Album)

South African disk jockey, and amapiano singer, Felo Le Tee releases a new album titled, ‘The Ill Wise Men’. The body of work is a team effort between Felo Le Tee, and the dynamic singing duo, Mellow & Sleazy.

Johnny Drille – ‘Believe me’

Super talented Nigerian musician, Johnny Drille drops a fresh and catchy new single titled, ‘Believe Me’. The heartthrob broke a lot of hearts earlier in the week when he made a snippet of the song which featured fast-rising actress, Tomi Ojo. The record is a beautiful listen and is poised to be Johnny Drille’s first hit of the year.

Malome Vector, 25K, Lizwi Wokuqala –  ‘Ya Costa

Bokang Moleli, popularly known as Malome Vector is a South African producer and singer from Lesotho, South Africa, and his latest track is titled ‘Ya Costa’ and it features guest appearances from SA rappers like 25K and Lizwi Wokuqala. The record was engineered by avid producer, Motlasi Mofo.

Amerado, Kwaku Dmc – ‘Fa Me Saa

Renowned Ghanaian rapper, Amerado delights his loyal fan base with his latest track titled, ‘Fa Me Saa.’ The Hip-life single features Kwaku Dmc and is a beautiful tune to vibe to.

Dj Big N, Ayra Starr, Oxlade – ‘How Many Times

In-house Disk jockey to the Mavins, Dj Big N enlists vocal powerhouses, Ayra Starr and Oxlade for his new single titled, ‘How Many Times’. The record is an enthralling love song. The cool Afrobeats productions coupled with both singers’ vocal delivery make it a good listen.

Mau From Nowhere, Mauimoon, Jay James – ‘I Would Hope ‘

Kenyan-born artist, Mau from Nowhere releases a disco-themed bop titled, ‘I Would Hope.’  The mid-tempo beauty features Ugandan singer, Mauimoon, and Britsh singer, Jay James. The song was produced by the duo of Jay James and Mau from Nowhere.

Bayanni, Jason Derulo – Ta Ta Ta (Remix)

Fast-rising singer and Mavin signee, Bayanni releases the remix version to his hit track, ‘Ta Ta Ta.’ The singer features American superstar, Jason Derulo. Following the global success of the hit, this seems like the right move to make.

Cyfred, Sayfar, Toby Franco, Konke, Chley, and Keynote – Ekhaya

South African vocalist, producer, and disk jockey, Cyfred releases a fresh Amapiano banger titled, ‘Ekhaya’. The single is a lively record and a disk jockey affair that features Sayfar, Toby Franco, Konke, Chley, and Keynote. The upbeat track is guaranteed to leave you bursting a move or two.

Fancy Fingers, Azawi –  Far Away 

Kenyan singer-songwriter, and guitarist, Fancy Fingers makes a beautiful ballad in ‘Far Away’. The Sauti sol band member sings passionately on the Afro-pop tune which features singer, Azawi. The song talks about the cons of a long-distance relationship and it is a pleasurable listen.

Worlasi – Lucy (Feat. David Hammond)

Talented Ghanaian rapper, and songwriter, Worlasi releases a conscious single titled, ‘Lucy’ which features fellow rapper, David Hammond. The poetic record is deep, reflective, and authentic. It talks about the compromise and grotesque sacrifice people make for wealth and riches, including the trade of one’s soul.

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