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Eminem Just Released a Surprise Album Called Kamikaze

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Eminem just drastically changed the tone of your Friday morning by pulling off a surprise album release. The Detroit rapper dropped Kamikaze on Thursday night shortly after teasing a song he has on the new Venom soundtrack.

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Produced by Dr. Dre and Eminem, the album includes ‘Venom’ along with ten other songs that feature Royce Da 5’9”, Joyner Lucas, and Jessie Reyez. It also announces, in the song ‘Stepping Stone’, that “D12 is over.” There are even two voicemail skits featuring Eminem’s manager Paul Rosenberg, just like the good old days.

And honestly, in 2018 the most controversial thing about this album might be the suggestion that people still use voicemail. Listen to the album below.

source: Vulture

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Kaina Songbird release new song “Tule Tasha”

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Upcoming singer Kaina Songbird released her latest single “Tule Tasha” that features Ben Da Future and produced by Kekero

“I’m feeling ‘In love’ with everything right now, this song sums it up in ways that I can only express through my most favourite thing on the planet … Music!” she said about the song.

 

 

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Chanda Mbao calls out Music Industry Politicians

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Chanda Mbao has just released a controversial new track as he urges his followers to await The Bigger Wave. The bumping Hip-Hop track produced by Shinko Beats, which has a mellow jazz-infused instrumental, sees the MC expressing his view on some issues in the Zambian music game including award nominations, criticism from haters and industry politics.

When asked what inspired the song Chanda Mbao noted: “I just felt like putting some genuine and personal thoughts in a song, particularly as I’m working on the roll-out of some very big projects. I just wanted to talk to the real fans and young or new artists in the game.”

“I remember listening to ‘Man in the Mirror’ by Slap Dee, one of my favorite Zed Hip-Hop tracks, and the feeling of hearing that personal dialogue from an MC who was at the top but in some senses felt alone there. That record resonated with me and inspired me. I’m not at the top like him but this is just my version of that sentiment.”

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