Archive for Slim Burna

Sutflute x Slim Burna – Loaded Gun

Posted in Audio with tags , , on August 23, 2014 by HiphopSouth

After appearing on Paperboyz’s Bad Girl, Both artists decide to get together for Loaded Gun. A nicely produced reggae themed track full of socially-conscious messages delivered along with Burna’s catchy chorus. Too d0pe, you just have to bop your head to this one.

Sutflute x Slim Burna – Loaded Gun

Young Paperboyz – Bad Girl f. Slim Burna & Sutflute

Posted in Audio with tags , , , on October 17, 2013 by HiphopSouth

Mayor and Della aka Young Paperboyz enlist the services of Slim Burna and Sutflute for one of the hottest tracks off the duo’s new album Naija Boss Techno Reloaded. Check it out and let us know who dropped your favorite verse in the song.

Young Paperboyz – Bad Girl f. Slim Burna & Sutflute

Young Paperboyz – Bad Girl f. Slim Burna & Sutflute

Slim Burna – Oh Na Na Na

Posted in Audio with tags , on October 1, 2013 by HiphopSouth

True to his word, Slim Burna releases Oh Na Na Na to commemorate Independence Day. The track comes with a solid production, and Slim came through with some hotness, delivering a sweat-inducing club jam that’s sure to get most listeners grooving and moving on the dancefloor. The new song was premiered on Rhythm 93.7FM PH couple of days ago. Mixed and mastered at Street Rhymes studio.

Slim Burna – Oh Na Na Na

Slim Burna – Oh Na Na Na [alt]

Slim Burna Talks New Song “Oh Na Na Na”, Working w/ Muma Gee, Mr. 2Kay & More (Video)

Posted in Videos with tags , on September 29, 2013 by HiphopSouth

Slim Burna made his way to Rhythm 93.7 in Port Harcourt yesterday to debut his newest single Oh Na Na Na on the Afternoon Drive Shoutout show with Zubi Wokocha and spoke on the new song, working with Muma Gee, Mr. 2Kay and more.

Oba Omega also makes a cameo in the clip. Oh Na Na Na drops October 1. Watch the interview below.

Slim Burna Speaks On Relationship w/ Alex Lopez, African Music, Trampoline

Posted in Interviews with tags , , , on September 2, 2013 by Christine Hartley

Slim Burna Trampoline Freestyle

Slim Burna talks about his relationship with actress Alex Lopez, the growth of African Music, his take on Tinie’s Trampoline and more. You can read the rest of the interview here.

Who do you think has lifted the Nigerian scene and I expect the African scene the most?
The calibre of sounds coming out of Nigeria and Africa have always been great. Today, African music has become consistently interesting to the world and modern technology like digital recording studios, internet etc has done a wonderful job in helping elevate today’s African music.

So you dropped that Trampoline remix has Tinie actually heard it?
When I heard Trampoline for the first time, I stood still for about 3 minutes because it totally struck me like a surprise, the instrumental was on point if you know what I mean and I instantly felt it. A few days later I’m in the studio rapping over the same beat. I don’t know if Tinie has heard my version of Trampoline or if he’ll ever hear it, as I said, I just felt the song and decided to hear how I would sound over the Diplo instrumental.


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