Seven Songs/Projects Worth Every Beat of Your Ear Drums

Thank God it’s another Friday, the week seemed to last forever. If you’ve had a long, stressful and productive week as we’ve had at the More Branches camp we’re sure you’ve been looking forward to the weekend.

No worries, there’s a bunch of new music you’ve missed out on and we’ve got the perfect list to catch you up on the best projects and singles from your favourite artists.

Enjoy.

Paybac X Boogey – Alternate Ending

Described by Pulse Nigeria as “The talks about the perils of the music industry from the angle of success” two of Nigeria’s most interesting rappers Paybac & Boogey come together as rap group ‘The Lost & Found‘ to shine on this joint conceptual hip-hop project.

JoulesDaKid – Jdk ’19

If you lived through the Flowsick, Dammy Krane, LOS, DRB era you couldn’t have missed out on JoulesDaKid.

2019 seems to be the year of the comeback as JoulesDaKid drops his Debut Project after a string of successful singles.

Oma Mahmud – ROCKSTVR

STOP SLEEPING ON OMA MAHMUD!

https://soundcloud.com/yezeed-push-mahmud/sets/rockstvr

DJ Tunez – Causing Trouble Feat. Oxlade

Another banger from Starboy leadman DJ Tunez and rising star Oxlade.

Skepta – Bullet from a Gun

Skepta recently announced the release of his new project ‘Ignorance Is Bliss‘ and this week he gave us a taste with the release of the project’s first single ‘Bullet from a Gun

This is definitely going to be an interesting and thoughtful album from the grime star.

Olamide – Oil & Gas

Olamide is getting us ready for summer in May with his new hit ‘Oil & Gas‘, the king of the streets can definitely do no wrong!!

Naira Marley & Zlatan – Am I A Yahoo Boy?

We enjoy a little trolling.

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