Mavin Records presents the spanking new video for Korede Bello’s “Butterfly”.
The song “Butterfly” is taken off Korede Bello’s debut album –“Belloved”. In the love-themed visuals Korede Bello can be seen serenading his love interest with his guitar-strumming skills and his voice.
Listen to the song below if you have not and Peep the visuals below
British singer Jay Sean returned with the catchy Pop/R&B single “Do You Love Me,” produced by Cory Enemy & Rock Mafia.
Tuesday (May 15), he has premiered the accompanying music video, which shines a light on social media addiction and uses many familiar social media tropes from platforms like Snapchat, Instagram, and Facebook.
“This video is very different from all of my others,” says Jay Sean about the video concept. “I wanted to create a conversation about our growing obsession with social media and how it takes over everything in our lives. This story is about a girl who can’t get past her own phone even in the middle of a lit party. The love affair is with herself…reflected by the phone and all the social media platforms she uses every day.”
In the visuals, Sean plays a DJ at a house party, where he sings over the Afrobeat inspired dance track about making a late night phone call to a love interest.
“Do You Love Me” is Jay’s first release through his newly inked partnership with Sony Music
Ghanaian Dancehall King, Shatta Wale releases another huge single ‘Low Tempo and guess who he is featuring on this track?
Yes, the all time biggest dancehall artiste in Ghana is featuring his ‘baby mama’ Shatta Michy on this yet to be released track ‘Low Tempo’
The happy Shatta Michy quick took to photo sharing platform, Instagram to share the news with her fans and followers.
The track will sure take over the music waves because fans and followers are already anticipating collaboration from the King and Queen of the Shatta Movement Empire.
After dropping new music earlier this year, Fetty Wap is back in album mode. The prolific rapper turns up on “Aye,” the first release off his sophomore album King Zoo.
On the anthemic banger, the RGF boss is confident as ever, listing off his platinum hits and boasting about his status. “I am too hot now and I won’t stop now / Ain’t no ending me,” he proclaims.
To go along with this, Zoovier unleashes a cinematic video inspired by Mad Max: Fury Road. In the post-apocalyptic clip, directed by Michael Garcia, Fetty takes over a biker bar. While half-naked women parade around, he sits on his throne and makes it rain.
King Zoo, the follow-up to Fetty’s chart-topping 2015 debut, is due this year featuring a collaboration with Jhené Aiko.
“This album is more like a love story album,” he told Billboard. “That’s what people know me for. I make a lot of songs for females. A lot of stuff that I be going through, I just put it in my music. It’s gonna be some good songs and there’s gonna be some different songs. It’s all the Fetty Wap sound.”
Rozay is giving you some unofficial visuals for his Triple Platinum record featuring Scrilla. Living luxurious on a yacht Rozay and the homies enjoy the fruits of their labor.
Rick Ross’ new album Rather You Than Me is out everywhere. So go get that project.