Like many of us, I'm finding out about WAJI for the first time today and it's safe to say my introduction to the music went very well. The two-track project dubbed "City of Stars/Dahlia" tasks itself with delivering a

Born in ​Germany​ and of ​Nigerian​ heritage, ​London​ raised artist ​Odeal​ breaks the contemporary ​Afrobeat​ mould with the uplifting and thought-provoking ​‘More Life’​. Odeal - 'More Life' artwork. Earlier this year, ​Odeal​ collaborated with firmly established UK artist ​Abra Cadabra​ on the

Ghana-based Cameroonian songstress, T'neeya returns with a new uplifting single titled "Hype Means Nothing", released on her birthday. Having started out on the back of covers, the Cameroonian singer born Jennifer Tania Takoh’s discography continues to grow steadily with the

After showcasing his flair and affinity for the R&B genre on his last two projects; "HENTAI" and the "sakura. EP", Remy Baggins takes it a level up with the hard-hitting "AMATERASU!". AMATERASU! - Remy Baggins Inspired by the undying black flames

Industry fresher and benign songstress, Ona Dema comes through with a statement music debut for the year 2020 which features DMW star rapper, Dremo. "No Time" by Ona Dema feat. Dremo “No Time” is Ona’s premier offering under her new management stable,

Superwoman’s tender and kindhearted opening will immediately grasps your attention. The appealing, expressive notes create the main portion of the melody right before succinct drums and subdued percussion enter the scene and add a bit more rhythm to the record. IP

British rapper-songwriter, Sammie Cash has just inked a major deal with Naptown Records. A pioneer of Afro Trap, Sammie Cash is known for his ability to fuse together sounds from rap to Afro beats. Sammie Cash is set to release his

Begho popped up on our radr last month with his feature on Tochi Bedford's "Busy" off his "Eternal Mob" album. Now he's back on it with a three-track project titled "Before the Run" released today. The project began coming together

Following the release of his latest project “Codename, Vol. 2”, I interviewed Dremo for RADR. I didn’t know much about him or his music. So, instead of going for a biographical-type interview, I asked questions that would reveal his personality

"I'm an AfroPop/Fusion artist but I don't like being boxed or limited to a particular sound because I like to experiment with new sounds." BOLG says speaking to RADR about his new release. On "Jejely" he carefully reads out a