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John NetworQ

Watch Official Video to John NetworQ’s New Hit “Please”

Off his Sophomore E.P, Son of Merlin Vol.2, John NetworQ releases the official video to his up-tempo smash hit, Please.
The video was shot in South Chicago, USA, by the talented director, Brown Jr.

The Son of Merlin, John NetworQ, can be spotted repping his African roots with his outfit in far away Chicago.
Watch, share, comment and don’t forget to subscribe to his channel to see more of his amazing works.

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It is always a delight to watch young African musicians pay homage to their African roots, and Dami definitely makes us proud on today’s episode of FreeMe Tv’s ‘A3 Sessions’.
 Kudos to the chemistry between her and her accompanying instrumentalist as they serve up a happy and cheery tempo, while still staying black and beautiful.
The slender singer performs an up-beat afro-pop fusion of Blackmagic’s ‘Repete’ and Asa’s ‘Bibanke’, doing her absolute best with the Yoruba pronunciation and altogether delivering an impressive performance.
It is very comforting to be reminded that the African roots are very strong in this younger generation of diasporan-based Africans.
Click to watch: Dami on A3 Sessions

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CJ Johnny is back to thrill his fans with another banger after the success of his last hit “All in All”. Enjoy this Trap tune titled Trap Froze.

Trap Froze

Also available on

Tecno Boom Player: http://android.tecno-boom.com:8080/BoomPlayer/share/shareCol?colID=388436

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/7evbpv8x6mMUmms5Gm18me

Deezer: http://www.deezer.com/album/43649091

Tidal: https://listen.tidal.com/track/75537142

iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/trap-froze-single/id1251545076?ls=1

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Ivan The Terrible is Reborn – ZoneOut Sessions [Video]

BondGrounded Promotions‘ star and one of the new cats on the rap block ‘Ivan Edd‘ is FreeMe Tv’s guest on this episode of ZoneOut Sessions. International Edd, as he calls himself, presents quite a picture: multiple piercings, packed-up hair and an uncommon sense of style, the rapper’s persona brings one word to mind: different. His rap delivery is as well quite different, as he employs a mixture of English Language, Pidgin English and Igbo to delver a very simple message: You’ve never seen this before!
We don’t know if he’s name Ivan after the historically infamous Ivan The Terrible, but there are some that would definitely say that his flow is ‘sick’ and his bars are ‘wicked’.
ZoneOut Sessions