MUSIC THURSDAY: #BRINGHOME2MAMAS – 237MUSICRELOADED JUNE EDITION

Hello people…it’s almost the end of June..Here’s this month’s edition of Music Thursday.

One of the major highlights of this month is the fact that Camer got 2 nominations for MAMA 2015 and we need to get voting.

Makossa is taking another turn…I am enjoying this new wave of Makossa fusion.

Here’s what’s rocking this month.



Dynastie Le Tigre ft Stanley Enow – Prends Soin D’Elle
Despite the latest controversy about Star Boy (#Stophating), one can’t help but love him. Stanley’s feature on this track was more for “Celeb Power” than anything else..It has over 53K views..Enough said!I love the track regardless..Dynastie nailed the vocals though..”Ta Femme c’est ton plus bon cadeau…”. Love the chorus!



Mr. Leo – On Va Gerer
“Allez Allez on va Gerer ehhh”…


Mr. Leo, the ladies’ man presents to you his 2nd official single “On Va Gérer” after the success of the 1st entitled “E Go Beta”. “On Va Gérer” is an expression in French meaning “We shall manage”. This is a continuation of his 1st single. It is clear that things aren’t better yet but it shall definitely be better if we manage. Unlike the 1st single, he decides to go a little bit in a dancing rhythm with a typical afro beat produced by his label mate Salatiel.

Habib De Bled ft Fluri Boyz – Mugu Faroteur


“Ayo Atehh…Come on to me..Je Suis Mugu Faroteur”. Love the vibe of the guys in the video of the track produced by one of fav beat makers Dijay Karl. “Baby oh Baby oh come chop mes dough.I go give want you oh” 

Julz ft  Blanche, Raw-K Ama Fru – Bruce Lee 


UK based Afro pop singer collabos with 3 artists to bring one with catchy and lyrics. “Ma head oh ma waist’

Teddy Doherty & Inna Money – J’s8 Du Genre
The Lifestyle Music rap duo is one of my fav. Here’s the video of one of the tracks of their Pyromanes Mixtape



237 DIVAS

Miss Bess – New Man


“Cause ma new man go cam oh”….I am with Miss Bess..DiarisHope..;) Enjoy the recently released lyrics video..

Taddy Diallo ft Ciana – Champion Lover
“You are my Mister love man”..OK Ladies!


Tady Diallo – Thank You



Ewube ft Rude Bwai – Trowey


With over 87K plays of Trowey, It is fair to say that Ewube is fast becoming Camer’s dancehall queen. She made her introduction into the music industry with her first single “Party All Nyte” produced by SlimBeatz which made waves across various media .Trowey is a dancehall with a Jamiacan flair from Rude Bwai. The song was produced by the amazing SlimBeatz and co-written by Ewube. This release comes along with recent development of becoming A Brand Ambassador for an Energy Drink. 



NEW ARTISTS ALERT

Da Charmin Prince ft Skidi Boy – My Nyango
Uprising Cameroonian born star, C E O and founder of Cash Flow Music Group, Da Charmin Prince serves the audience with the highly anticipated visuals to his much and highly acclaimed smash debut hit single “My Nyango” featuring his label signed artist Skidi Boy . The video was shot and directed by Yan Frame of Creativeye Productions in locations in the heart of Bangkok, Thailand and also in Buea, Cameroon. 


The video was edited by Dr Nkeng Stephens of Cameroon Phase Entertainment (CPE). The afro-beat mid tempo song was produced by the legendary and talented SlimBeatz of Best Music Inc. This is sure, one of the many more great and wonderful songs to get from this young talented Artist/Entrepreneur. Da Charmin Prince and the rest of the talented Artists of Cash Flow Music Group are the new generation of stars to watch out for! “Believe In Yourself” 

Contacts: 
Twitter: @dacharminprince Facebook: Da Charmin Prince YouTube: Da Charmin Prince Gmail: officialdacharminprince@gmail.comSoundcloud: soundcloud.com/dacharminprince
Manager contact: Twitter: @princeoro Email: princeoro@gmail.com Tel: +447722557241


Label Management contact; Facebook: Cash Flow Music Group Email: contact.cashflowmusicgroup@gmail.com


Yong ft Daddy Black, Ngala – Man Pass Man
Man pass man is Yong’s debut single. this song is a perfect blend of Afro beat and and hip hop music. It’s carries a very powerful message .  He has collaborated with the cream of Cameroonian urban artists notably Ras-yn, Joel Teek, Krotal, Big Bezzy, THA EGOZ, DADDY BLACK, Funkis, Korongo Jam, Foret Dance, just to name a few in various projects including stage performances and studio recordings. YONG is certainly an artist to watch. He already shows maturity and style in his work but is still considered an emerging artist. 


His musical style is eclectic yet firmly grounded in his Cameroonian and African culture. A smooth balance of rhythm and lyrics characteristically delivered through poignant punch lines and rhymes and encapsulated in melodic bubbles scoped to carry emotions and express them with untamed sincerity and truth. His music is a call to experience genuineness, essentially and authenticity which can hardly be expressed otherwise but through music.

“My Brother Man Pass Man. This ya thing way I di tell you”….




HIGHLIGHTS OF TODAY MT’s 

Realm Squad ft Way Dex – Chop No Dey
The New Lollipop signees collabo with label mate and founder Wax Dey.

Cameroonian duo, Realm Squad are back with a banging street anthem called “Chop No Dey”, featuring Cameroonian pop star and TV personality Wax Dey. With addictive melodies, compelling dance rhythms and emotive lyrics, the song is sure to make waves!
“Chop No Dey” is a street anthem with a mix of African and Cameroonian sounds, such as Makossa, a genre the young artists are used to, and which is also found in their debut single “Original Makossa” released a few months ago. “Chop No Dey” (which means “there is no food” in English) is sung in English, French, Pidgin English, and Yamba/Mbem, a dialect from the North-West province of Cameroon

“Cameroon is one of the world’s most educated countries, yet opportunities are
scarce. “Chop No Dey” is a war-cry against the hurdles that many young Africans still face to succeed – we want to encourage the youth to work hard and remain determined, no matter what their challenges. We worked incredibly hard to get a place in the urban music scene today, and we do not take that for granted,” explained Vivid, one half of the group. 

Realm Squad was signed by Lolhiphop Records in March 2015. The group will be going on a national school tour with popular television show, “Challenge Vacances” as part of their promotional campaign.
The song was arranged and produced by Abz, and the video shot by Dr. Nkeng
Stephens. 

 

Ambe ft Duc-Z – Dbou Remix

Red Eye Entertainment Presents to you official audio of the remix of DBou by Cameroons heavy weight Afrobeat sensation Ambe featuring ”Forena Music” artist/Cameroons heavy weight R&B performer Duc-Z. This remix is said to be the most talked about and most anticipated remix of the year. With no doubt this is a certified banger and will be rocking the dance-floors nation wide in no time.




DJ Skeeper – Musiki
Produced by the Legendary Buea  based Best Music Beat Maker, SlimBeatz, Musiki is your perfect blend of upbeat Afro beats and Makossa. My Htown DJ Crew..Franco Records Signee, DJ Skeeper nailed it..Can you spot my other fav DJs  Franco & Montana in the video? #HtownRepping. #Proud

This video tries to capture the story of his life through his struggles and why you should keep believing in your dreams despite your circumstances… A classic blend of Makossa and Afrobeats sandwiched with the silent Saxophone defines the musical maturity of Jerry Cleo aka Dj Skeeper. MUSIKI is the story of my life says Jerry…
Video directed and shot by HEFEMISTUDIOS.




MAMA VOTING SEASON IS ON!!


Let’s #VoteStanJovi4Mama & #BringHome2MAMAs. Join the Mookeh/Kreef  Ent Campaign & let’s do this. Jovi for Best Francophone & Stanley Enow  for Best Collaboration with Sarkodie. mama.mtv.com/voting 

Enjoy the Music & Keep voting

Y.M.
IRepCamer 

#VoteStanJovi4Mama Campaign by Muke of Alison’s “‘Let’s talk fashion” & Kreef Ent. Let’s get voting to #BringHome2MAMAs. mama.mtv.com/voting #TrendCamer
Posted by I Rep Camer on Tuesday, June 23, 2015

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