It’s that day of the week we cannot let pass without a good Afro tune. Today we’ll give you both sensitive and good vibing songs. Find out which Afro tunes will set the mood right for the rest of this week.
Castro Destroyer ft Bisa Kdei – Wu Nti
Castro Destroyer, popularily known from his hit African Girls, is probably one of the veterans in Hiplife (forgive me if I’m wrong). I can recall myself dropping some moves on his old track Comm Centre when he had his over baggy-50-cent-look-a-like style, ten years ago. Not fully aware of what he was saying, but sure enough loving his groove. Castro is an artist that evidently reinvents himself and drops good danceable, groovy Afrobeats every time.
I don’t hear the term hiplife mentioned as often before, since Afrobeats became a certified genre. In both genres, I think Castro is a good artist. Even his look, na wa oooh, has upgraded to a trendy mowhawk look ánd he thankfully kept his dance moves. Challe, this man can dance ooh. In his latest video ft Bisa Kei(Popularly known from Azonto Ghost Anthem) he busts every move possible, taking Azonto moves to new levels. Wu nti is a song about love on a good Azonto beat. Definitely a tune that would receive spins on the radio. Enjoy!
Fly Bro ft John Angoh – Akwaaba
I tell you, there’s this new generation of Africans/Afropolitans however you want to call it, that are contributing greatly to African music, by developing new genres with compilations of Afro, Hip Hop, Beats, Soul, House, you name it. I believe that this song of Fly Bro is one of them. On this song Akwaaba he collaborates with gospel singer John Angoh (known from Azonto praise), a song about turning from a bad boy to a good one, through Christ, Which I believe he demonstrates powerfully in this video.
Have a great week!