Check out Raphael Tate’s New Video For ‘Share My Life’.

UK-based powerhouse RAPHAEL TATE unveils the video for track, ‘ Share My Life’, premiered via Reggaeville.

The self-penned single is a reminder to love and cherish loved ones – and never take them for granted. Raphael robustly soulful vocals leads the jubilant bounce of a soul/reggae/Afrobeat fusion, produced by Terrence Chamberlin (Bluesteel Studio) and Jermaine Forde (Ajang Music). A multi-Grammy nominated producer and the son of the legendary Brinsley Forde from Aswad, Jermaine has worked with the likes of Julian Marley and Black Uhuru and also produced Raphael’s 2020 BBC London/BBC1xtra-approved single, ‘A Fool In Love.’

Check out the video for ‘Share My Life’ below…

Check Out Charli Fletcher’s New Music For Track, ‘Every Ting Nice’.

London’s very own artist/model, CHARLI FLETCHER drops brand new video for track ‘Every Ting Nice’, an uplifting anthem for those dreaming about better days, where one can enjoy the finer things in life, and salutes those already living in this way.

Apart from touching on living the high life, this song explores some of Charli’s culture and roots. No matter how far she elevates in life, she always stays true to her humble beginnings, and pays homage to those who helped her along the way.

‘Every Ting Nice’ is the second track from Charli’s first official EP ‘Dreaming Reality’ which explores love, sensuality, body empowerment, cryptocurrency, and her life as a model. The body of work conveys her versatility in music, and shows that Charli is consistent in her lyrical content, topics of interest and delivery.

Check out the video below, premiered on YouTube yesterday (1st May).

Watch Banggz’s Video For Track, ‘Placebo Effect.’

‘Placebo Effect’ is a surrealist and thought-provoking rap music video where BANGGZ delivers a poignant and introspective message about the arduous path of creatives within the music industry.

The two-minute production features evocative lyrics such as “I feel great already” interwoven with striking visual imagery of the Nigerian rapper’s blood-drenched body. Through the collaborative vision of Banggz and filmmaker Tani Olorunyomi, the video represents a remarkable response to the human condition and the industry’s insatiable thirst for exploiting artists for their commercial value. The song is part of a project titled ‘ttyl (an audio series)’ which was released last summer

Ottawa-based Banggz has gained recognition on various platforms such as CBC Canada, Ottawa Citizen, That Eric Alper, Tinnitist, Native Magazine, and Pulse Nigeria and has also opened for artists like WizKid, Pierre Kwenders, Asuquomo and KAR33M. Check out the video below…

Check out Quincy’s Video For Track, ‘Face Off’

Taken off his Q Side B Side album, QUINCY returns and drops the striking visuals for track, ‘Face Off’ – check it out below!

Be sure to keep your eyes peeled out Quincy as part 2 of the video for single is coming soon…

Watch Producer Amadeus360’s Video For Track ‘Warfare’ Featuring Buckshot, Termanology & DJ Evil Dee

Coming up under the mentorship of the legendary Kid Capri in the ’90s, producer AMADEUS360 has put in years of work honing his craft and, subsequently, producing songs for the likes of Kool G Rap, Busta Rhymes, Sheek Louch, Paul Wall, among others.

Overlooked and underrated, Amadeus sets out to cement his legacy in the pantheon of producers still carrying the torch for raw, undeniably gritty Boom Bap Hip-Hop with his forthcoming album ‘The MPC Jedi’, set to release May 12 via Soulapazm. To give a little taste of the forthcoming album, Amadeus drops the music video (directed by Mo Stafford) for the Buckshot, DJ Evil Dee, and Termanology-assisted single ‘Warfare’…why not take a peep below…