Song of the Day: Waiting – Kevweh (ft. Adryanne, Reynbow & H.O.M.A

Hailing from Nigeria, Igho Kevwe (aka KEVWEH) puts together a killer smooth R&B joint titled ‘Waiting’ with the help with three creditable artists from his native country.

The track features Adryanne, the young pen-smith who opens with a vivid story of doubt and anger with a partner in a relationship, from a female’s point of view. Reynbow adds some colour to the record, coming from the perspective of an unrepentant but hurt male lover, narrating how the relationship grown distant overtime and ponders whether falling in love was the worst mistake – but despite hurt feelings, he’s open to jumpstart the relationship. Rising afro fusion sensation, H.O.M.A jumps on the last verse, giving a summary of what love is and the expected pain that follows.

An A&R for Black Federation label, Kevweh wants to give a taste of what he can do as an artist, through his debut single. With his natural love for music and good rhythm, he hopes you guys will keep him on your radar. Have a listen below..

Clogz And H.O.M.A Team Up For Brand New Track, ‘Water’

Black Federation’s artist CLOGZ comes through with soft hybrids of Afrobeats, Folk, Caribbean and Amapiano with latest single, ‘Water’, featuring fast-rising fellow label artist H.O.M.A who adds his magic touch to the experimental piece.

Depicting the pain of unrequited love, ‘Water’, serves as the lead single from Clogz’ upcoming project ‘Love Notions’. Have a listen to the single below, released yesterday (17th August).

Song of the Day: Mine – Kute Lee (ft. Tonee C)

Mine is the lead single from KUTEE LEE‘s EP ‘0 4 6’ which features rap prodigy Tonee C. The alternative rap song sees both artists discuss the affinity of a love interest for money and how that isn’t a problem for them on a quest to win her over. It’s one of those songs where the first and proceeding lines of the chorus could live rent-free in a listener’s head, with lyrics like “You got a fetish for dollar signs”.

A native of Anambra State but Based in Port Harcourt, Nigeria; Kutee Lee – whose real name is Chibuike Paschal Metu – began making music professionally in 2019 after he made a crucial decision of making a switch from his medical profession to building a career in music – a decision that wasn’t met with good reception from his family, but his affiliation with the renown creative collective Black Federation has been his center of support on a musical journey that has had it’s fair share of ups and downs.

He’s an artist with a voice that can fill a packed arena, firm, bold and unruly. His style of music could be described as Alternative because he plays across diverse genres with his music, and at each point tend to pass his message which mostly touches across subject matters like family, love, betrayal, life experiences especially back in the hood, amongst other things.

So here’s your chance to get acquainted with Kutee Lee; have a listen to ‘Mine’ below…