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RADR Essentials Vol 38: Zinoleesky, Juls, Anzo and more

This week, we’ve got feel-good music at its very best for your listening pleasure. While Zinoleesky makes you look back in time and count your blessings, Pa Salieu’s music gives you the energy to conquer the world. Enjoy!

Gone Far – Zinoleesky

Zinoleesky never misses. On the Amapiano-inspired Gone Far, he recounts his journey to stardom from social media virality. In a diaristic narration, he touches on his growth spurt from his days of freestyling to becoming a superstar with multiple hit songs. He’s got another potential hit on his hands with this single, no doubt.

Risk It – Bouff

Are you in love? Are you willing to go the distance for that special one? We have the perfect song for you to bare your feelings for your love interest. You would love this one.

Umthandazo – Anzo ft Mzulu Paqa

A solemn call for strength and protection from God. Start your week right and lay it in the hands of God. Go, and be great! 

Your Body – Basketmouth ft Buju

An all-time favorite Basketmouth song. Buju’s pristine vocals shine on this track, as he questions the genuineness of his woman’s love for him while admiring her body. We are all so gassed to hear Basketmouth’s forthcoming album. That man knows his onions. 

Olodumare – Liya

With celestial rhythms and rapturous melodies, Liya expresses gratitude to God for His blessings on this deep spiritual  record off her debut EP Alari. Chills!

Lit – Pa Salieu 

We are still not over Pa Salieu’s Afrikan Rebel EP. This week, we are highlighting Lit, the short track with a harmonious chorus that draws its influence from Ghana’s drill music. You would feel the energy of your ancestors pulsating through your veins as you listen to this record. Own it! 

My Size – Juls ft King Promise, Darkovibes, Joey B

This track starts with a funny voice recording and we love it so much. Juls’ freshly released album Sounds From My World houses this groovy record riddled with African drums on which the artists serenade their women. You should listen to the entire album too.