M.anifest takes you on a simple yet naturally impactful eyeful journey in the music video of the jam B.E.A.R. Stationed in the middle of a veld with the wind pressure blowing in support and not tempering with his hand gestures as he spits his potent bars.
If freestyling and flexing dome pieces is your cup of tea and you feel that side of the art is neglected and mostly by mainstream artists; then Khaligraph Jones from Kenya - just like Proverb, Maraza, Slikour (The OG) and MI Abaga (Nigeria) whom you have seen on various clips
Subsequently after dropping a music video for 100%, the god MC from Ghana, Manifest is giving you another visual experience and this time it's for B.E.A.R which is another single from his latest project Nowhere Cool that was released last year. The blowing of trumpets accompanied by
From the refugee camps of Ethiopia, David Omot was recruited by Kenyan mega rap star, Octopizzo to appear on his latest offering Refugeenius and now the video to the song Bet Kimo is out. The track simply touches on experiencing the great sorrow of losing your beloved significant other or
The season is summer in our beautiful continent and perhaps dealing with the scorching heat is problematic for you, well then sweat no more because Namibia's J Black has teamed up with dynamic duo Cool Under Pressure, KK, Brizzy and Sunny Boy to give you the remedy to being Supa
One of the discussions about music has always been how it's a male dominated industry. Now the three queens of Kenya: Muthoni The Drummer Queen, the microphone checker and brilliant drummer; Mayonde, the soul sister and songstress, and Fena Gitu are part of the paradigm shift movement that decided to
The bar heavy East African emcee, Khaligraph Jones has dropped the official music video to Naked. The smooth song was released last year and caused a buzz in Kenya. Mr Jones delivers his mack with ease and crafting of words comes off effortlessly. He takes simple concepts and redefines them
Have you ever tuned in on the radio and heard your favourite radio personality say "if it's nice, we play it twice!!" Because they have pushed the envelope by playing a banger of a tune again. Well, I think if that's the case then artists are also permitted to remake