All posts by streamzvibes

[news] Kanye West Urinates On His Grammy Award, Then Tweets More Attacks At Universal Music (Tweets/video)

Music and fashion icon, Kanye West took his attacks on the American music industry to another level as he posted a video on Twitter on Wednesday purportedly showing him urinating on his Grammy award, while posting more tweets threatening Universal music.

This comes after he blasted Universal Music Group and other music labels for giving out slave contracts to artistes and then alleging that the company doesn’t want him to buy off his music masters because they want to make billions off him even in his death.

Now he has taken his attack to a different level, even revealing details of his contract and praising Hit boy, a Grammy award winning producer who was motivated by Kanye’s tweets and came out to reveal he has worked for Universal music for over 10 years but is still ‘enslaved’ by their contract.

See his tweets below:-

 118 total views

[video] Olanrewaju Phml – Drunk On Your Love

Rave of the moment, Olanrewaju Phml drops the visuals for his lead single ‘Drunk On Your Love‘ off his recently released EP.

This is a dope musical video you will enjoy watching.

Watch Below:-


 14,978 total views

[MUSIC] T Classic – “Alirat” The EP

T Classic – “Alirat” EP featuring Olutimi

For Tolulope Ajayi– T Classic and Darasimi Famoyin, the EP, ‘ALIRAT‘ extends beyond merely making good music. It’s about honoring their lost loved one — an extended playlist dedicated to a dearly departed mother.

How it Began…

The year was 20**, and Ajayi Tolulope, aka T-Classic, had just completed his contract with a record label. The singer/ songwriter was at a crossroads.

On the one hand, Tolulope was now free to pursue the law degree that he had always wanted. At the same time, T-Classic wished to leave a lasting impact on the music industry. So, he sought his mentor and former manager, Darasimi Famoyin.

I just called him like: yo bro, I have a song I want to drop. After this song, I’m just gonna drop it and forget about music,” Tolulope recalled.

After T-Classic dropped the single, he could no longer walk away from making music. As it turns out, the songwriter’s effort had impressed Darasimi, who now owned a record label.

Thus, the beginning of a beautiful partnership.

The Death and Birth of Alirat…

As in any other profession, success in the music industry requires the right support system. That’s what Tolulope enjoyed — unconditional support from both the record label owner and his mum, Mrs. Alirat Famoyin.

Mrs. Famoyin was T-Classic’s biggest fan. Not only was she the first to listen to the singer’s new singles, but she would also offer guidance when needed.

She was loving, caring, and really supportive,” T-Classic described his relationship with Mrs. Famoyin. “She would call me every time she heard my song played on the TV or radio.

Unfortunately, the budding friendship didn’t last as long as T-Classic would have wished. In April 2020, Darasimi Famoyin lost his mother to acute pneumonia. Alirat was no more!

Rather than lose themselves to the pain that followed, T-Classic and Darasimi chose to channel it into the one other thing that they had in common — music.

We miss her. And we just wanted a way to let her know that she’ll always have a place in our heart,” the singer mused.

The death of Mrs. Alirat Famoyin led to the birth of Alirat, the EP.

T Classic Alirat

About Alirat by T-Classic

T-Classic’s Alirat is already enjoying steady airplay on some top radio stations in the country.

The E.P. features relatively young producers such as Reward Beatz, Yalababayala, and godOmarr. According to record label owner, Damilare Famoyin, that did not happen by chance.

I’ve always wanted to put out a body of work that showcases new talent, and Alirat provided such opportunity,” Famoyin said in an interview. “Everyone that contributed to this project are all new faces, from the producers to the featured artistes.

But why? Working with relatively unknown people on such an important project suggests some form of penny-pinching on the record label’s side.

However, that doesn’t seem to be the case. Famoyin quickly pointed out that the music industry is now open to young talents. Unlike the older generation, these young faces bring a sort of counterculture vibe to the music-making process, from the beats to the sing-along lyrics.

I feel like more people now demand for good music, and that’s what these guys make,” He said.

Alirat” is a four-track E.P. that includes songs such as La CreamHold On, Pour Me Water (PMW), and Love You For Life.

See track-listing below

T-Classic is currently working on the visuals for two tracks in the extended playlist — “Hold On” and “Pour Me Water”.

Meanwhile, the team intends to donate twenty percent of the E.P. ‘s proceeds to an NGO.

Listen and Enjoy below


 7,741 total views


Afro-pop superstar Mayorkun comes through with a lush cover of Zinoleesky’s hit “Ma Pariwo”.

The cover and joins Mayorkun’s stellar 2020 discography, which houses led hits – “Of Lagos”, “Geng”, “Betty Butter” and aided smashes – Jamopyper’s “If No Be You” and Bad Boy Timz’ “MJ”.

Better than the original by Marlian Music‘s Zino? Listen to the TMOL over and tell us in the comment section.


 8,343 total views

[New Post] Album Review; Patoranking Is Reaching And “THREE” Is A Testimonial Of The Feat

Three” Review – Patoranking Is Reaching And His Third Album Is A Testimonial Of The Feat.

The Review, THREE Is The Canvass For Patoranking ‘s Blueprint. “Love, Growth And Dancehall Are Evident In Patoranking’s Success On “Three”.

This is nothing new about the Patoranking we all know and love but finally, he has tightened loose ends to his style and rise the bars high.

“Three” I suppose, is the arriving door to Patoranking’s climb to artistic honorary.

Although far from perfect, whatever happens from here on in Patoranking’s career will be referenced to this album.

Patoranking has, sure, come a long way, following the steps of his then label boss Timaya by keeping a constant pace, winning radio and chart-topping hits and guest appearances at home and diaspora.

His past albums were more like stacked singles than albums. He has lead singles that top charts but the albums failed to reflect his true persona as an artist This album is where he finally got his focus right. Now you can tell what he is about.

Genre & Sound Of “Three” :

The dominant genre in the album is Afro-pop/Dancehall fusion with a lot of High-Life, Reggae and Jazz in-between. The sound and production on this album are what actually gives the album a win. The production on this project is just right for him. Whether you enjoy “Abule” or “Black Magic” one fact is obvious, the beats were made for him in mind and he has finally unlocked his true sound and he embraced it well too.

Well said, that’s a million-dollar ad-lip and signature .. Something that shows he always had more.

What To Expect From “Three”:

1. Versatility
2. Concept
3. The Lyrics are average
4. The production(sound) is dope
5. Good features
6. Replay worthy
7. No creative connections between the song’s

Theme: Love (Relationship Goals)

Bangers: “Abule“, ” Matter” feat Tiwa Savage

Patoranking has more Dancehall songs on this project than Afro-pop but the album is him perfecting his craft and he has a lot of diversity going on in this album as a show of that.

From High-Life to Funk and Afro-pop to Dancehall, a bit of Jazz here and there. even R&B. You can get a variety of dance here.



If you ask me, Patorinking High-Life songs are not quite bad and to start this album he nabbed Flavour for the number 1 track called “Mon Bebe“.

Guitars, percussions and a bass-line rocking the backdrops of the track gave both Flavour and Patoranking the comfort to keep love flying in their lyrics. Not a bad collaboration but it’s typical. This is nothing new to what he has done in the past but he did it better this time.

Track 2:

Yo Body” is also nothing new. Just like the first song, it’s typical. He did a lot of songs like this in ‘Wilmer‘ (The Last Album). However, the Dancehall/Pop track is peculiar because the track can be loved as time passes by, maybe not at the first listen but hopefully along the line. It got potentials to get airplay on radios and clubs too. Flexing his Dancehall/Reggae persona, he gives the beat a feel-good twist.

The first half of this album has songs that are typical to the sound we have known him for. The upgrade of this type of sound on the album shows the effort and work he put into his career.

And there is;

Track 3:

Whine It” a song that features Kenya band “Sauti Sol”.the Dancehall Beat has guitar sessions, percussions, flutes and reggae. It’s a song that might get a lot of international attention. “Sauti Sol” feature is awesome but not on top of the highlight.

Now ….

The next 3 tracks are another session of the album that unveil the advance and upgraded Patoranking. It’s unique, it’s a better sound and right. You can understand his growth, you can see where he is going from here on.

Track 4 :

Nobody” is one of such tracks. A Dancehall & Pop record with a lot of interesting breaks. African-Esque and innovating, the sound is so cool. You either love it for the beat or Patorinking “Do Do Do” vocals or the break in the beat. Whatever it is, you just like the song .. Check it out

And So,

Track 5:

Who would imagine Patoranking on a Funk beat? I think he and Bruno Mars can make one together. The song is a reach as he talks about the “Black Girl Magic“, melanin everywhere. A lot of people will find it interesting to know Patoranking is doing well on a Funk/Jazz beat. A good try and a beautiful love song.


Track 6:

Okay, we didn’t see that one coming but the next song is not only the lead single for the album, but it’s also one of the songs Patoranking shone on. You can hear the prowess of his style. The High-Life, Dancehall, Afro-Pop, Jazz record is fire.

Abule” is a good one. I think it would even sound better with Tekno on it. Patoranking did justice to the beat and still have love stay at the centre of the theme. Ebutte Metta to the world, “Abule” is the highlight of the album.


Track 7:

The Tiwa Savage “Matter” record is a good marriage of artistic bond. They both connected on a line and made it a good song. The sweet blend of R&B, Afro-pop & Jazz will have you blown away. Spectacular song

The courage to swim unknown waters is just fine. This is the other exceptional song on the album with the first one being “Abule”. We will see how far it goes on the chart.


Track 8:

Patois, Tom Drums, reggae and a lot more is how ” Brrr” sounds. It’s the next song after “Matter” feat “Tiwa”. It’s a heavily Dancehall/Reggae song. It has Patoranking flexing his reggae style. True Rasta style .. London and Jamaica Radio may enjoy playing it.

Next up:

Track 9:

Do Me” is a Afro-pop/Dancehall record that sounds retro. Again the love theme is reflective on all the songs. “Do Me” is a confession of his heart to a woman he claims to be number 1.

Track 10:

Another High-Life record on the album is called “Odo Bra” featuring King Promise. The record is African and indigenous. A love song with rhythm. Davido could have been a good feature on this one.

Well, it’s worth listening to.


Track 11:

We back again to the Reggae/Dancehall persona, Patoranking on “Lion In The Jungle” shows high energy of mastery in his reggae journey as an artiste. He talks about great improvement, about his passion, his journey from the Ghetto to the paradise; an epic reggae beat with inspirational vibration .. Reggae and style .. “Lion In The Jungle” is pure reggae


Track 12:

Also, the “Love Is The Answer” record, is heavily Reggae/Dancehall. A revolutionary song calling the world to unite and stay in love. Jazz is in most of the songs on the album and it gives this one a spice.
“Bob Marley” can be heard talking about love at the beginning of the song just before the drop. It ends the album and I think it ended well.

They say the third time is the charm. “Three” is the journey for Patoranking. He has finally mastered his sound but the album would have done much better if he had more features, since the features are worth it on this album.

The theme is evident on every song, the beats are good but the lyrics are not spectacular.

There are no connections in the songs but the album will be embraced by his fans and with time, other people will get to love it.

Final Review “THREE” is a better Patoranking album but not a Hot Strike, LISTEN HERE

Biggest win: Growth

Article Written By : Olamilekan Remilekun

 1,738 total views

[NEW POST] Pabrymo – “Ecstasy” EP

recious Agbede aka PABRYMO who is signed to International label Woke Entertainment and Under the Donray Management drops his Extended Play Project titled “Ecstacy” which consists of 6 Dope tracks.

PABRYMO is really set to take over the Afrobeats music industry.

In an industry known for its competition which also-rans have outnumbered breakout stars, precious agbede is one artiste who appears to be setting the pace with hits and streaming numbers to match.

The music act, who is popular as PABRYMO , despite being based in Johannesburg is also popular among fans for his songwriting skill with some section of the industry regarding him as one who surprises many with how he keeps his fanbase intact.

With Afrobeats perhaps the rave genre across the globe at the moment, Pabrymo believes that he can continue to expand the frontiers of Afrobeats with his regular releases which have been to positive reception across the continent.

The singer’s music journey, according to him, started at the age of 14 In age that many venture into music because of the apparent attendant flamboyant lifestyle, Pabrymo says it was passion, not pecuniary incentives that drew him to music.

Charts and playlists reportedly get dominated whenever Pabrymo drops a studio effort and observers have remarked that consistency has defined the singer’s career.

The Woke entertainment artiste has shared the stage with renowned acts such as Davido, Fireboy DML, Ycee, AKA and DJ Maphorisa.

While many of his colleagues dream of getting such recognition, Pabrymo says that it’s just one of long line of feats he intends to achieve in the industry as he restates his ambition to take Afro-pop to the global centre stage.

See ‘Ecstacy’ Track-Listing

Enjoy this Dope Project below, Don’t forget to share to others













 11,388 total views

[NEW POST] Dremo Cries Out As Hacker Takes Over His Twitter Account

The official Instagram page of Davido Music World Worldwide, Dremo has been hacked.

The rapper who has had his fair share of social media drama as his Twitter account had his account hacked. Dremo who has over 700, 000 followers on the popular social media platform, didn’t find the act cool at all. He made the announcement via his official Instagram page and stated the unknown hacker unfollowed everyone but didn’t tamper with those following him.

Taking to his page he wrote: “Someone just hacked my twitter and unfollowed everyone. Not cool at all”. The rapper is the latest artiste to be hacked after Naira Marley and Seyi Shay experienced the same a couple of months ago.

See his post below;

 13,736 total views

[new post] pally og – Ada Enugu

Pally OG is back with a soothing good vibe titled “Ada Enugu“.

After the successful release of “Who You Pass” which features JaywillzPally OG is back with a soothing good vibe titled “Ada Enugu“.

AdaEnugu is that love song that will get you in a marriage / forever mood. The Song was produced by Rhaffy. Mixed and mastered by Swaps.

Listen and Enjoy!!!

click on link


 25,092 total views

[new post] Audio + Video: Jeezy Benz – “Hustle” ft. Tuff 2

Meet Jimoh Jibril Olaitan, One of Lead University’s Best graduating student of Mass Communication who has a God-like talent for the AfroBeat sound, Jimoh known by the stage name Jeezy Benz is ready to bless our speakers with the most unique AfroBeat sounds.

The Lawalight records multitalented young Star with a divested vocal skill and an unquestionable love for the African Music culture is ready to tighten the competition in the AfroMusic industry. Jimoh who’s also known as Jeezy Benz has a very strong message he shared on his heart touching song title “Hustle“.

There’s a new wave in afro beat sound and Jeezy Benz is leading the new wave. Listen to “Hustle” below

Watch full mp4


Add Jeezy Benz on social media via:
Twitter: @Manlikejeezy1
Instagram: @Manlikejeezy 

 4,701 total views

[New post] Instrumental; Davido – “Fem”

Based on popular demand here is the Instrumental to Davido new hit single “FEM!”…. Get below and run your freestyle or a cover, ENJOY!

Get FEM! Instrumental below and feel free to jump on it with your own vocals.

“FEM! Instrumental”, Nigerian-American singer/African pop star Davido recently released his first single of the year 2020, FEM! and guess what it’s the talk of the town. The Napji produced song has been topping and trending on all music charts and playlist. The Lyrics and beat of this song is what bursting fans brain. Young music acts and lovers are ready to vibe on the beat of the song FEM! and talented sound engineer, Pizole Beats brought out the Instrumental of this new hit song.


 34,127 total views