New Burna Boy EP, Seyi Shay in Kenya, Warner Music coming to Boomplay, DJ Fita [Aipate Mashup]
Burna Boy and DJDS release collaborative EP, Steel & Copper.
High-riding Nigerian star Burna Boy has teamed up DJDS, an LA-based production duo to release a new collaborative EP titled Steel & Copper. Released on Atlantic Records, the project carries four, awesome, trap-infused tracks, including “34” and “Darko”. These records that are, as expected, furnished with the rapper/singer’s gritty vocals.
Boomplay inks deal with Warner Music Group to have WMG’s songs available on their app
It’s only a few months since we reported that African streaming platform Boomplay Music got to bring music from Universal Music Group to the streaming service. Now, Warner Music, the second of the 3 major labels, has also agreed to upload songs by artists such as Wale, Cold Play, Wiz Khalifa, Trey Songz, Sia, Missy Elliot, Kranium, Notorius B.I.G, Janelle Monae , Cardi B, Jason Derulo, Bruno Mars and Gucci Mane to Boomplay. These songs will be available to the service’s users in Kenya, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia.
Seyi Shay is in Nairobi to promote her new single with Harmonize
Seyi Shay is currently in Nairobi, Kenya to promote “Koma Roll”, her latest single which features Tanzanian crooner Harmonize. While in the city, the Nigerian songstress will be performing at B Club today (22nd). This is Shay’s second time in East Africa and about the relationship with the fans in the region, she says: “It’s so amazing for me to be back to Nairobi for a second time. I am always in disbelief at how many fans I have here and who love my music. I’ve been in talks with Harmonize who has already invited me to Tanzania, so we are planning to head over too.”
DJ Fita premieres new music on African Moves podcast
Ahead of the release his debut solo EP, Kenyan electronic DJ/producer DJ Fita got to premiere a new song on African Moves podcast. The show, which is hosted by DJ OneDown, airs on Drums Radio (UK). Listen to the episode (for that new Afro Tech song by Fita, skip to around the 9th minute).