Week of singles for Owerri

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Last week was a good week for Imo State based artistes as three of them decided to release their singles as if it was planned to keep music lovers busy on the internet trying to download these songs which were released online.
The first is renowned Lagos based producer J Smith who made his debut with a melo hip-hop track’ jump and pass’.
The Mbaise born producer who was recently in Owerri to work with Ruff Coin Nwaba and Acharaman, said he was just freestyling on the beat but admitted that he has made his debut into the other side of the microphone.

“It is a producer’s masterpiece, I just tried to cover up all the loop holes an artiste would mostly overlook and I hope the song goes a long way in giving me a triumphant entry into the singing world”
J Smith also admitted being nervous before the official release of the song, saying that his fear was that people might not love the song. But going by the high rate of download online, ‘jump and pass’ will surely be a success.
LMG goes second with double addition to his  ‘Disinfectant Mixtape’ which is expected to drop next month.
He released Karaa and Aje forming two tracks that has a lot to say why LMG is a candidate for the best rap artistes in Imo State. The former was like a rap tutor as usual while the latter features and Indian hip-hop background with pigeon English still flowing as the dominant language in the track.
The track with make it three tracks from the mixtape and who knows if LMG will release more before  December.
Mista Young D ends the list  with his second official single titled ‘If you love me’.
Known as the man behind the camera for Splendid Media, Young D, lives his life in or around the studio and nothing but a song of  this standard would have been expected from him.
Featuring Femilarge, was a plus to the song and all Young D is simply saying ‘shake something’
‘If love me’ was officially released on Saturday 17, November 2012 and we hope to see him going all the way with it.

 

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