Archive for January, 2015

Estar – Ije Love (Video)

Posted in Music Videos with tags , on January 29, 2015 by HiphopSouth

Directed by Aje Films

After a long absence from these pages, the Coal City-raised German Nigerian gospel songstress is back on the music scene today unveiling her new music video Ije Love online for our viewing pleasure.

Camper – Chill (Video)

Posted in Music Videos with tags , on January 29, 2015 by HiphopSouth

Camper let loose new visuals to his track Chill.

Just like the single, the video is also a narrative, showing camper in a complex situation where he finds himself getting caught by his girlfriend in a compromising situation with another “female friend” who he is allegedly just chilling with.

Dipp – Play Love (Video)

Posted in Music Videos with tags , on January 27, 2015 by HiphopSouth

As February 14 draws near, we get the official music video to Dipp‘s latest Gray Jonz produced single.

“Play Love” was produced by extraordinary music producer, Gray Jonz who infused his creative abilities on the song to make an evergreen production while Access-ways interpreted the song in a very romantic way that will fascinate your sensations.

Egbezi – Up And Coming (Prod. Egbezi And Wolexly)

Posted in Audio with tags , , on January 27, 2015 by HiphopSouth

Egbezi drops a new song today titled Up And Coming.

After a brief chasm from the music scene, Egbezi (Tha Rap Scientist) steps out of the shadows, painting pictures of his heart, in this unique innovation titled “Up And Coming” – a song from the second instalment of his forthcoming EP, MA Heart: With A Pen & Paper 2. “Up And Coming” (produced by Egbezi and Wolexly), is loaded with ‘bitter truths’, almost as much as it is with creativity.

It’s a tale of triumph over adversity, densed with the hypocritic imagery of the Nigerian music industry. It showcases an emcee at the top of his potentials; rhyming over a ‘game changing’ production which samples Enya’s Only time.

Egbezi – Up And Coming (Prod. Egbezi and Wolexly)

Is This Evolution Or Extinction Of Stage Dancing?

Posted in Rants on January 27, 2015 by HiphopSouth

Written by Chinedu Nwadike

As a kid I saw stage dancing as something very very inspiring and for that I was so stiff, I appreciated dancers so much. Even though I could not measure up with the best dancers around me like my siblings, I was still able to dance my way out of several occasions, playing the copycat role and only failing to do well when the people around me are bad dancers. Continue reading