#UndergroundShuffle: Congolese act ‘Mopao Mumu’, Ghanaian rising star ‘Essilfie’ & Twin Duo ‘The Kazeez’

Every Wednesday, we at MoreBranches help you sift through amazing songs from talented underground acts cutting across every genre and through Africa to compile a weekly playthrough highlighting underground songs. This week’s playlist features songs across different parts of Africa from Congo to Ghana and Nigeria. Relax as we take you on a journey on this week’s playthrough.

Mopao Mumu makes this week’s #UndergroundShuffle playlist with her debut EP titled ‘Spring To Summer‘. The RnB artiste flexed her vocal range as well as her pen game on this project, the project opener ‘Daily‘ is a soulful song with beautiful productions. The lead single ‘Holla‘ off the project, has a pop production fused with soulful vocal dexterity, this song is one you listen to on a long drive with your lover.

Ghanaian Essilfie’s Aben Woha‘ featuring ‘Cici Yeboah’ is the second track off her debut EP ‘Tori’s Lounge’ which happened to be the lead single for the project. ‘Aben Woha‘ is a twi word, a Ghanaian dialect which means ‘Its Ready Here’. In this song Essilfie talks about her lover; how he makes her feel. The most distinctive feature of this song is the beautiful guitar rift sounding at the beginning which sets you in the mood.

Twin duo ‘The Kazeez‘ who are known for their mighty pen game are back with a two-pack single titled ‘Pair‘ and ‘Indian Feem’. The beautiful production on ‘Indian Feem‘ already is a mood lifter, in addition to their vocals flowing like smooth milk. Port Harcourt has proven to be the new hub of talents in Nigeria, with ‘Geoxpress‘ on ‘365 (Grime Riddim)’ not being neglected. On 365 (Grime Riddim), Geoxpress sings about life and his woman.

Other notable features are Verony with ‘Oh Baby, Ghanian Link Up Daddy featuring Genny on ‘P)nk), Kafui Chordz with her Ep titled ‘Daffodils’, Kurntian on ‘8’, Meerhamix teaming up with Fxrtune on ‘Messy Road’ & so much more.

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