In a world where lots of kids get their dreams shattered by the people they believe in the most while others get abused, threatened not to tell anyone, and with fear and tears in their eyes still summon the courage to tell their parents or guardian who in turn DO NOT LISTEN to the kids when they speak; Nigerian rapper "MCskill ThaPreacha" rises to tell stories which focus on tragedies that happen when parents and guardians most especially do not care to listen to what their kids are going through or help them achieve their dreams.
TriQ OtaBenga, one of MUSIC UNITES AFRICA's FEATURED ARTISTS OF 2017 lights up 2018 with his all-new hip-hop tune, "Leap Of Faith". The State of Hip Hop has never been in good shape after hearing this song. Especially hip hop in Nigeria! TriQ is a young Nigerian rapper with big dreams and ambitions with his music. His saucy lyricism coupled with his timeless flow makes this young Pan-African Hip-Hop eMCee a prospect to watch out for this year and beyond. Listen to "Leap Of Faith" by TriQ and witness greatness at the birth of its peak.
Nigerian rapper MCskill ThaPreacha turns up the heat with his hot-new single of 2018 titled "Work". The heavy-metal trap hit-song which is off his next album 'The 9th Chapter' features phenomenal Nigerian singer Roey and is produced by MCskill's Day-1 producer extraordinaire, Stormatique. The raw energy and vibe on this song fits perfectly into the 'Monday Motivation Music'. "Work (feat. Roey)" by MCskill ThaPreacha premiers at No.1 on MUSIC UNITES AFRICA's #Top40Africa playlist-chart show hosted ONLY and EXCLUSIVELY on Deezer.
Our first post of 2018 sheds the limelight on young Nigerian Afrobeat-rapper, Henshaw BlaZe. After an Eventful 2017 (which included an Award nomination and a headline Live concert), Lagos Based Rapper Henshaw BlaZe kicks off the new year with a visual for his catchy hit-single "Cooking Pot [produced By Dicey]" off his debut album "The Unnamed Kuti".
Nigerian Rapper Lord Vino a.k.a. Lord V responds to M.I's "You Rappers Should Fix Up Your Lives" song which explicitly calls-out Nigerian rappers, tagging them as "substandard". In this passionate heartfelt lyrical onslaught, Lord V clearly reminds M.I. about all the Nigerian rappers who exceed the industry's expectations and are consistently making waves and preserving/exporting the rap-culture in Nigeria. Lord V mentions rappers like Poe, Erigga, TechZilla and Boogey ,while making mention of rappers-turned-singers like Vector Tha Viper and Ice Prince.