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Talented rapper Yung6ix is set to thrill the public yet again as he drops his new official single DOINZ which features one of Africa’s best dj’s, Dj Neptune. The song was produced by Ghanian producer “ILL KEYZ”. This song ‘DOINZ” shows the artist “YUNG6IX” with a knack for producing amazing records, currently sitting on over 10 nominations including “LYRICIST ON THE ROLL” nomination at the prestigious Headies awards, Yung6ix is not slowing down on his release of topnotch materials.

This collaboration with Dj Neptune has absolutely mind blowing lines and scratches and its the first of its kind in the world. I can definitely see the song topping charts as Yung6ix has obviously raised the bar again with a rare combination of music and dj skills.”


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By all accounts it’s been a relatively quiet year for a lot of hip-hop acts in Nigeria. The likes of SDC, MI, Kahli Abdu, Terry Tha Rapman haven’t put out much of material this past year, and it’s left room for some of the new comers to really do their. Whether it’s a sign of things to come we’ll have to wait and see, but without too much long story let’s get into the top 10 hottest rappers in Nigeria based on released material in late 2013 into 2014.

This is not a status ranking, but rather based on material put out in the past year; the quality (wordplay, skill, flow, delivery), the impact, and the overall reception across the board. Remember it’s hottest right now not best overall.

10. Yung6ix


After what seemed like an eternity, Yung6ix finally released his highly anticipated album, 6 O Clock, and from all accounts the album is a good project with a sizable number of hit tracks. Along with the hot album cuts Lights, Kpansh, Before I Go Broke and Kings, Yung6ix also released the single, Amen a little later to keep his hot buzz going.

It’s been a commercially successful year for Yung6ix with the album release and many collabos, and you can only expect that it’ll get better from here. He’s still got some work to do lyrically but no doubt when it comes to hip-hop in Nigeria for 2014, he’s been one of the brighter spots overall.

*** Amen


9. Sinzu


Sinzu has been in the news this past year for other reasons besides his music. From his beef with Godwon to his alleged problems with the law, it’s easy to think Sinzu didn’t do much on the music side of the things. But when you go back and sample the tunes he’s dropped over the past year (Make I Tell You, Lord Knows, Fashi, OG Bobby Johnson) you’ll be quickly reminded that Sinzu is still indeed Sinzu.

The most refreshing thing about Sinzu’s music recently is the realness of it. You get the feeling this is a guy doing his thing without the inhibitions of commercialism or record label  restrictions. Dude is just doing his thing and it’s coming out pretty dope.

*** Lord Knows


8. Ice Prince


Say what you will about Ice Prince but he’s been arguably one of the most consistent rap acts out of Nigeria for the past couple of years. He rarely shies away from features, and is consistently putting out new material for his fans. He might not be the best lyricist out there but he more than makes up for it with his hard work, and good musical sense.

Along with the hit singles from his last year album release (Fire Of Zamani) which he put out videos for, Ice Prince has done well with singles, Can I Talk (ft. MI and Joel Ortiz), Tears For Naija, N-Word Remix and Freestyle. Not to count the numerous features he’s had. Simply put Ice Prince is stamping his name as one of the hip-hop cats from Nigeria we wont be forgetting soon.

*** Can I Talk


7. Vector


Vector went into somewhat of a hiatus for most of 2014, but when he came back he came back with a serious bang! Dropping his #A7 mixtape, he pretty much told us that while he was a bit quiet in the past months he wasn’t sleeping. The mixtape has gotten mostly positive reviews from fans and hip-hop heads alike. You have to wonder that if Vector was consistently putting out stuff all year he might be higher up this list cos we all know he’s hot on the MIC.

The tunes from him bound to make some noise from his tape into 2015 are Shiga, Undefined. Tupac Bass and Celestial Body are tunes that will definitely creep into a lot of playlists based purely on the lyrical work on it. All in all Vector is pretty much a stable name in Nigerian Hip-Hop and this year he didn’t do anything to change that.

*** Redefined



6. Reminisce


Earlier this year Reminisce was featured in TIME magazine’s “rappers around the world” video special, and for very good reason. He’s been on the hottest MCs in Nigeria over the past year, and his stock has been rising steadily since he first hit the scene almost 6-7 years ago.

Reminisce’ sophomore album Alaga Ibele release late last year has carried him into 2014 with some serious momentum. Singles Daddy’, Eleniyan, Government gave fans a taste of how good Reminisce can be. But it didn’t stop with his album cuts; Reminisce put out a remix to Fela, a new single Tesojue, numerous videos, and one of favorite, a hot collabo with Sarz (Ise Yen). All in all, anyway you slice it, you can’t call any of the hottest names in hip-hop for this past year without mentioning Reminisce in it.



5. Boogey


When you go on any Nigerian hip-hop forum or blog comments discussing the best rapper in Nigeria, and Boogey’s name will come up more times than you think. For good reason. He’s right up there with the best of them, and gives the big hip-hop names a serious run for their money. When you listen well to his words it jumps out at you, and you soak every bit of it. His lyrical word play, and delivery is as good as any other out there.

He might be flying under the radar this year in terms of commercial popularity, but his fans and hip-hop heads salivate anytime. His tunes Ask For It, 1am, and Salute Me give you everything you need to hear from this MC. Add that to his fan favorite, Sanctum, it’s easy to see why everyone is super excited about the prospect of this kid.

*** 1am


4. Jesse Jagz

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Often times Jesse Jagz gets tagged with being a producer before the rapper, but that has somewhat changed with the release of the sequel to his 2013 Jagz Nation Vol 1 – Vol 2 – The Royal Niger Company. With joints Aint Nobody, Sunshine, The Case amongst others, that project is arguably one of the best released this year, complete with Jesse Jagz spitting solid bars, good music, solid productions, and giving us all something to think about while listening. I did the due diligence to read various reviews, and really I couldn’t find a bad review. As expected.

Coupled with the heat his 2013 project was still carrying, it’s easy to see how Jesse Jagz is one of the hotter MCs in 2014. He might have shied away from all the showbiz lifestyle but make no mistake, Jesse is still bringing a lot of ammo in his music.

***Aint Nobody Remix


3. ModeNine


King Modo! No doubt when we speak about ModeNine, we’re speaking about the best lyricist in Nigeria, and there’s barely any competition. A legend when it comes hip-hop in Nigeria and that’s hardly an argument. That being said he’s feature here at #3 is not intended to be a slight at him at all.

ModeNine dropped a whopping 40 track album, Above Ground Level, with everything you’ll need in a hip-hop album, solid joint, playful tunes, solid features including Don Jazzy, Ice Prince, Gentle, Reminisce, Praize, Ruby Gyang, Amaka, Zeus, Proverb, and the hot American MC Canibus, and overall good music. Critics have rated the album as very solid. Even if it’s not his best, it’s a good album that can only add to his great musical legacy. Tunes that stand out are Some More ft. Don Jazzy, Upside Down, SuperHuman featuring Canibus, and NTBB.

*** Upside Down


2. Phyno

Phyno Alobam

Phyno said in 2013 that he was the Man Of The Year, but really we can say he’s been the Man of the Year for both 2013 and 2014. Since he burst on the scene with his unique ‘new generation igbo swag’, it’s been no slowing down this kid holding it down for the east. His pre-album singles Man Of The Year, Parcel, Ghost Mode were already putting him in a league of his own, and his album No Guts, No Glory further cemented his name as argubly the hottest rapper in Nigeria for 2014.  Additional singles Alobam, Authe, and numerous features only add to the ammo for that argument. It’s hard to argue with that fact.

Phyno’s unique way of flowing in Igbo while blending in English makes his tunes very appealing even to non-igbo speaking fans, and to those who actually understand Igbo it’s simply the best thing since sliced yam. He’s taken what cats like Nigga Raw, Slowdogg, and MC Loph were doing and elevated it to continental wide appeal levels.

*** Parcel


1. Olamide


Over the past 3 years, no other rapper in Nigeria has had as much of an impact as Olamide has consistently. When you look at his body of work it’s simply outstanding how much material Olamide has put out, and in that hot material. His work ethic is unrivaled right now. His hot singles are too numerous to list but those in the past year include the likes of Yemi My Lover, Story For The Gods, Awon Goons Mi, Make Us Proud (ft. Wale), and Eleda Mi to along with his album, Baddest Guy Ever Liveth. Features? Way too much to list on here.

Olamide’s street styled, gutter, and sometimes playful delivery in both Yoruba and English gives him that unique ability to appeal to fans across the spectrum. From the guys in the streets of Ibadan, to the Lagos big boys, to the Abuja babes there’s something in Olamide’s catalog for you. It’s no surprise that he’s as hot and well received as he is in Nigeria. Lyrically he might not as great as the best we’ve seen, but he more than makes up for it with solid word play, strong metaphors. A lot of which you have to understand Yoruba to really get.

All in all it’s easy to see why Olamide is the hottest rapper in Nigeria for the past year.

*** Yemi My Lover


Notable Mentions:

IllBliss – Hard to argue he hasn’t been solid this year. His latest track Bank Alert is all sorts of blazing.

Naeto C – Solid singles released but we await the album.

Falz – Falz’s album got solid reviews from critics and fans alike.


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Ok so  Yung6ix just put out a viral video for a track, Again, and it’s been making all kinds of waves on social media. Some people have pretty much called it soft porn, but what did Yung6ix have to say about it? He’s called it art.


Here are some still from the video, and then the video.






Our guess is that this will give NBC nightmares and be banned asap. Might not last long on Youtube either. But that’s just what we think. What are your thoughts?

Art or Just Plain Raunchy?

It's Art


It's Too Raunchy

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Jungle Citi’s frontman Tidinz latest single “PAA COOL Ft. YUNG6IX” which dropped last week now has a video, and a brilliant one at that. The Audio was produced by Benjamz and the video was put together by Squareball Media. Typical hiphop, on HD.

Directed by Adasa Cookey.

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Richard Dilichukwu Okonkwo (born April 12,1996), known simply as Tidinz, is a Nigerian hip hop recording artiste from Enugu, Nigeria. Tidinz is signed to Jungle Citi Entertainment. This new song titled “Paa Cool’ featuring Yung6ix simply means KEEP IT COOL.
“Paa Cool” has enjoyable lyrics accompanied by well-strummed hiphop sounds that will keep you listening over and over again. This is his first official single under Jungle Citi. Do go ahead and enjoy.
Produced by Benjamz.


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KKTBM talented superstar Yung6ix drops the song “AMEN” off his highly rated debut album “6IX O’CLOCK”, available on iTunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/6ix-o-clock/id811590303

The song which has an up beat tempo produced by Bobby Combz is surely one of the top songs on the album and has become a favorite to fans since the release of the album. When it comes to delivery and  quality, King 6ix never disappoints…



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Talented producer/artiste BBJN (acronym for Beats by Jayy Nation) has been on different platforms as a producer and songwriter, taking choruses for most the artiste he has produced for. He has worked with the likes of Yemi Alade, Morell, Vector, Terry Tha Rapman, Maheeda, Sojay and more.

BBJN decides to take his artiste career to another level, with his unique vocals and style he presents the first single off his studio album titled “Omo We Don Blow” and features sensational rapper Yung6ix and super lyricist A-Q.


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Yung6ix - Kpansh - Ft. M.I ART

With the Official Video Of Kpansh By Yung6ix Ft. M.I Abaga set for release in a few days her is a Snippet of the Video. I can already anticipate stunning visuals from the snippet so watch and share your thoughts.

Directed By Booby Boulders

VIDEO TEASER: Yung6ix – Kpansh Ft. M.I



The organizing committee of the City People Entertainment Awards, has released the nominees for its 2014 edition.  The award ceremony will take place on Sunday 22nd June 2014 at 10 Degrees Event Centre in Oregun, Lagos.

To vote for your favourite nominees, email cpeawards2014@gmail.com or editorial@citypeoplegroup.org.

See Nominees list…

Nigeria Music Marketer Of The Year
Uba Pacific
Abu Ventures
Leed Music

Musician Of The Year (Male)

Musician Of The Year (Female)
Yemi Alade
Seyi Shay
Tiwa Savage
Emma Nyra

R&B Artiste of the Year
Banky W
Capital Femi

Record Label of the Year
Mavin Records
Triple MG
Difference Entertainment
Empire Mates Entertainment
Five Star Music

Rap Artiste of the Year
Ice Prince

Best Music Producer of the Year
Del B

Best Music Video Director of the Year
Unlimited L A
Adasa Cookie
Kemi Adetiba
Clarence Peters

Dancehall/Reggae Act of the Year
Yung L
Jesse Jagz

Most Popular Song of the Year
Aye (Davido)
Surulere (Dr. Sid)
Double Wahala (Oritse Femi)
Alubarika (Patoranking)
Eleda Mi (Olamide)
On Top Your Matter (Wizkid)

Best New Musician of the Year
TM Naija

Best Collabo of the Year
Surulere (Dr. Sid Ft Don Jazzy)
Daddy (Reminisce Ft Davido)
Pull Over (Kcee Ft Wizkid)
Alubarika (Patoranking Ft Timaya)
O’Baby (Chidinma Ft Flavour)
Touching Body (J Martins Ft D. J Arafat)

Rap Album of the Year
Alaga Ibile (Reminisce)
No Guts No Glory (Phyno)
Fire of Zamani (Ice Prince)
Baddest Guy Ever Liveth (Olamide)

Video of the Year
Aye (Davido)
Ada Ada (Flavour)
Double Wahala (Oritse Femi)
Surulere (Dr. Sid)

Music Website of the Year
360 Nobs.com
Too Xclusive

Nite Club of the Year
The Place by Papas
Doll House

Street Hop Song of the Year
Gracias (Thank You) – Dammy
Madanton – Jaywon
Run Mad – Terry G
Yawa Dey – Burna Boy

Best Juju Artiste In The Diaspora
Mr. Solek
Sunny Melody
Larry King
Leke Levite

Islamic Artiste of the Year
Ere Asalatu
Kafayat Singer
Saoty Arewa
Iya Nkaola

Gospel Artiste of the Year
Frank Edwards
Fair Prince
Tim Godfrey

Best Music Band of the Year
Shuga Band
Top Band
Ebony Band
Faith Band
Zion Band

South South Musician of the Year
Posh Kayana
Lami Lee
Maxi Kabiyesi

FM/Radio Station With Best Showbiz Content
Beat FM
Cool FM
Classic FM
Rhythm FM
Ray Power

Radio Station With Best Indigenous Showbiz Content
Wazobia FM
Faaji FM
Naija FM
Bond FM

Music Channel of the Year
Sound City
Hip On TV
Kennis Music Channel
One Music

Best Actress Of The Year (English)
Mercy Johnson
Ini Edo
Patience Ozokwor
Chioma Chukwuka-Akpotha
Tonto Dikeh

Best Actor Of The Year (English)
Solomon Akiyesi
Kenneth Okonkwo
Jibola Dabo
Mike Ezuruonye

Nollywood Face Of The Year
Genevieve Nnaji
Mercy Johnson
Dakore Akande
Rita Dominic
Uche Jombo

Best New Actor Of The Year (English)
Zubby Micheal
Daniel K. Daniel
Blossom Chukwujekwu
Michael Godson

Best New Actress Of The Year (English)
Belinda Effah
Ivie Okujaye
Juliet Mgborukwe
Ginika Maureen
Ijeoma Agu

Best Supporting Actor of the Year (English)
Uche Udoputa
Chet Anekwe
Ken Erics
Alex Ekubo
Ikay Ogbonna

Best Supporting Actress Of The Year (English)
Queen Nwokoye
Esther Audu
Eve Esin
Rachel Okonkwo
Uru Eke

Best Movie Of The Year (English)
Mama Africa
A Wish
After The Proposal

Best Movie Producer Of The Year (English)
Obi Emelonye
Blessing Effiom-Egbe
Uche Jombo
Emem Isong
Solo Amaco
Elvis Chuks

Best Movie Marketer of the Year (English)
Ossy Affason
Mega Movies
Magic Movies
De Kross Movies

Best Director Of The Year (English)
Ernest Obi
Desmond Elliot
Elvis Chuks
Lancelot Imasuen
Ikechukwu Onyeka

Comic Actor Of The Year (English)
Charles Inojie
Charles Anwurum
Bishop Umeh
Dede Oneday
Francis Odega

Most Promising Act of the Year
Etiko Destiny
Sylvia Edem
Calista Okoronkwo
Diana Yekini
Benjamin Touitou
Ifeanyi Kalu

Best Actor Of The Year (Yoruba)
Femi Adebayo
Odunlade Adekola
Funsho Adeolu
Yomi Fash-Lanso
Ibrahim Chatta

Best Actress Of The Year (Yoruba)
Bimbo Oshin
Eniola Badmus
Liz Anjorin
Toyin Aimakhu
Iyabo Ojo
Fathia Balogun
Funke Akindele

Best New Actor Of The Year (Yoruba)
Adewole Ojo
Lolade Mustapha
Ayanfe Adekunle
Deji Akinosho
Kola Ajeyemi

Best New Actress Of The Year (Yoruba)
Victoria Ajibola
Damilola Bankole
Mercy Obosile
Olaitan Ogunbile
Yewande Adekoya
Titi Adeoye

Best Supporting Actor of the Year (Yoruba)
Gabriel Afolayan
Sunkanmi Omobolanle
Don Richard
Ibrahim Yekini
Tunde Owokoniran
BigVal Durotoye
Yomi Gold
Damola Olatunji

Best Supporting Actress Of The Year (Yoruba)
Ayo Adesanya
Dayo Amusa
Mide Martins-Abiodun
Fathia Balogun
Doris Simeon
Sola Kosoko
Rukayat Lawal

Best Movie Of The Year (Yoruba)
Feresise Mi
Kijipa Ife
Tewe Tegbo
Ijo Omo

Best Movie Producer Of The Year (Yoruba)
Ademola Adelakun
Femi Adebayo
Odunlade Adekola
Muyiwa Ademola
Kunle Afod

Best Movie Marketer of the Year (Yoruba)
Okiki Films
Epsalum Movies
Adekaz Productions
Almaroof Standard Investment
Zainab Ventures
Hibee Pictures
Lawlah His Grace

Evergreen Yoruba Movie Marketer Award
Olasco Films
Gemini Films
High Waves
Corporate Pictures
Afeezco Films

Movie Director Of The Year (Yoruba)
Adebayo Tijani
Samson Kogberegbe
Muyideen S. Ayinde
Tunde Adebayo
Tope Adebayo
Saheed Adebayo

Most Promising Actress of the Year (Yoruba)
Memunat Yinusa
Tamilore Martins-Ojo
Aisha Lawal
Adewunmi Olajuwon
Seyi Edun

Most Promising Actor of the Year (Yoruba)
Tunde Owokoniran
BigVal Durotoye
Yomi Gold
Austin Emmanuel

Comic Actor Of The Year (Yoruba)
Wale Akorede
Hafiz Oyetoro
Tayo Amokade
Ayanfe Adekunle
Tunde Brainard
Hareejan Olowogemo

Best Actor Of The Year
Ali Nuhu
Sani Danja
Adamu Azango
Sadiq Sani Sadiq
Zarhadeen Sani

Best Actress of the Year
Hadiza Gabon
Nafisa Abdullahi
Jamila Umar Nagudu
Maryam Gidado
Aisha Aliyu Tsymiya

Best Supporting Actor Of The Year
Yakubu Mohammed
Zarhadeen Sani
Sidi Swaba

Best Supporting Actress Of The Year
Rahama Sadau
Fatima Abdullahi
Halima Atete

Best New Actor Of The Year
Isa Adamu
Ibrahim Daddy
Abdul M Sherriff
Nuhu Kanin Miji

Best New Actress Of The Year
Tumba Abubakar
Ummi El-Abdul
Rahama Sadau
Aisha West
Fatima Abubakar

Best Director Of The Year
Aminu Saira
Hassan Giggs
Sadiq M Mafia
Falalu Daurayi
Ali Gumzak

Best Producer Of The Year
Abba Mikko Yakassai
Nazifi Asnanic
Mudassir Barumi
A S Maikwai

Best Musician Of The Year
Adamu Azango
Nazifi Asnanic
Saeed Nagudu
Nura Minuwa
Umar M Shariff
Hussani Darko

Best Film Of The Year
Hanyar Kano
Daga Ni Sai Ke

Ghanaian categories and nominees
Best Actor Of The Year (Ghana)
Majid Michel
John Dumelo
Prince David Osei
Adjetey Annag
Frank Artus

Best Actress Of The Year (Ghana)
Yvonne Okoro
Yvonne Nelson
Jackie Appiah
Nadia Buari
Juliet Ibrahim
Martha Ankomah
Nana Ama McBrown

Best Supporting Actor Of The Year (Ghana)
Eddie Watson
Umar Krupp
James Gardiner
Ekow Smith Blackson

Best Supporting Actress Of The Year (Ghana)
Kafui Danku
Martha Ankomah
Roselyn Ngissah
Beverly Afaglo
Nikki Samonas

Entertainment Company of the Year
Charter House
Empire Entertainment
Bullhouse Entertainment

Best New Actress Of The Year (Ghana)
Chichi Neblet
Bibi Bright
Salma Mumini
Kisa Gbekle
Adu Safowaah Regina
Nana Akua Addo

Best Showbiz-friendly Company Of The Year (Ghana)

Face Of Ghana Movies Award
Yvonne Nelson
Jackie Appiah
Juliet Ibrahim
Yvonne Okoro
Joselyn Dumas
Ama K. Abebrese

Best Movie Of The Year (Ghana)
Devil In A Dress
Northern Affair

Hottest Ghanaian Actress In Nollywood
Emmanuella Mensah
Juliet Ibrahim
Martha Ankomah
Yvonne Nelson

Best Movie Director of the Year (Ghana)
Pascal Amanfo
Frank Rajah
Shirley Frimpong Manso
Leila Djansi
Kensteve Anuka

Most Promising Actress of the Year
Chichi Neblet
Chirstabel Ekeh
Vicky Zughah
Soraya Mensah
Sonia Ibrahim
Selorm Galley

Ghana Musician Of The Year (Male)
E. L
Shatta Wale
Fuse ODG

Ghana Musician Of The Year (Female)
Irene Logan
Ms Vee

TV Station With Best Showbiz Content (Ghana)
Gh One
Viasat 1

Radio Station With Best Showbiz Content (Ghana)
Live FM
Peace FM
Joy FM

Showbiz Bloggler/Online Writer Of The Year (Ghana)
Eugene Osafo-Nkasah (peacefmonline.com)
Ameyaw Debrah (ameyawdebrah.com)
Adeyemi Victor Adebayo (ghanaweb.com)
Obed Boafo (enewsgh.com)
Ebenezer Anangfio (ghanagist.com)

TV Hostess of the Year (Ghana)
Ama K. Abebrese
Nana Aba Anamoah
Amanda Jissih
Joselyn Dumas
Anita Owusu
Dzifa Smith

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The ever industrious and energetic Yung6ix launches a raging assault with his fiery new banger titled ‘Turn Up’. Featuring none other than the royal aboki himself, Ice Prince ZamaniTurn Up is a thumping street banger crafted in Yung6ix’s signature style, which pays full homage to hip-hop while extending an arm to the more pop-hungry streets. Turn Up which is a single off the critically acclaimed ‘6ix O’ Clock’, sees Yung6ix and Ice Prince take turns to deliver an all-round feisty, spirited performance that is sure to see this song at the top of the playlists. 


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Super Producer, Laylow who is known for his dope Collaborations returns with one of his Productions. “What it do” featuring Phyno, Yung6ix, sossick, phenom, seriki, olamide, vector, Lui T and Buckwylla. He dropped this track Last year, and listening to it again it bangs still.

Also, Laylow is giving out One thousand dollars on Instagram, all you have to do his follow him on His Twitter and Instagram @laylowonline, then make a 15 sec video of yourself singing along to your favorite part of the song. Upload the Video with #hashtag #LaylowWhatItDo.

The Giveaway ends in June 30th


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Yung6ix - 6ix O' Clock Album Art [FRONT](1)

It’s officially here people. After about 5 years in the making the debut album from Yung6ix is upon us. Kinda sad he had to leave Storm Records to get it done, but that’s what you have to do sometimes.

Kash Kamp Trick Billionaire Musiq (KKTBM) recording artiste Yung6ix officially releases his long waited and hotly anticipated debut album ‘6 O’ Clock’. The 16 track album (14 standard tracks and 2 bonuses) features top-notch production from Yung6ix, E-Kelly, Otee Beatz, Samklef, Phyno, BallerTosh, AndreVibez and BobbyCombz not forgetting stellar collaborations with South African top hip-hop duo DA L.E.S as well as guest appearances from top Nigeria acts like M.I, Ice Prince, Yemi Alade, Phyno and YQ. The album which can be bought HERE or HERE shows Yung6ix as an artiste that has evolved over the years to be a force in the Nigerian music scene and is led by hit singles ‘Picking Things’ featuring
Naeto C, ‘Before I Go Broke’ featuring Olamide, ‘First Class’ featuring Percy and ‘Follow Me’ featuring Wizkid.
Listen to the international collaboration lifted off the album ‘Addicted’ featuring DA L.E.S and buy the LP for friends and loved ones. KKTBM is here again oh!!!




*** Addicted ft. Da Les



*** Lights ft. Yemi Alade


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Yung6ix - 6ix O' Clock Album Art [FRONT]

Kash Kamp Trick Billionaire Musiq (KKTBM) recording artiste Yung6ix is gearing up for the release of his long awaited debut studio album ‘6ix O’ Clock’. The critically acclaimed rapper who is popularly known as the king of the south has a packaged 16 track album (14 standard tracks and 2 bonuses) boasting an international collaboration with South African top hip-hop duo DA L.E.S as well as guest appearances from top Nigeria acts like M.I, Ice Prince, Yemi Alade, Wizkid, Phyno, Olamide, Naeto C, YQ and label-mate Percy. The release date of the hotly anticipated LP has not been confirmed but it will be available in stores soon. Check out the official artwork and tracklist of ‘6ix O’ Clock’.

Yung6ix - 6ix O' Clock Album Art [BACK]

6ix O’ Clock: Tracklist
1.Intro (Episode of Greatness ft. YQ + Wole Show Yinka)
2. International
3. Kings ft. Phyno
4. Notice (One Tweet)
5. Addicted ft. DA L.E.S (South Africa)
6. Kpansh ft. M.I
7. Before I Go Broke ft. Olamide
8. Lights ft. Yemi Alade
9. Say Yes (To The Altar)
10 .Amen
11. Picking Things ft. Naeto C
12. Turn Up ft. Ice Prince
13. Heartbreak Swag
14. First Class ft. Percy
15. No Where (Bonus Track)
16. Follow Me ft. Wizkid (Bonus Track)

6ix O’ Clock: Production Credits
Otee Beatz – 1, 7, 14
E-Kelly – 2, 8, 11, 12
Phyno – 3
BallerTosh – 4, 5, 9
Yung6ix – 6, 15
BobbyCombz – 10
AndreVibez – 13
Samklef – 16

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Yung6ix is really trying hard to prove his self proclaimed Best Rapper in Nigeria tag, and this new tune which found its way to the internet will give his fans and critics something to talk about.

Sexy Anthem features former Choc Boy, Brymo and word on the street is that this is featured on his soon to be release album, 6 ‘O Clock. Now let’s hope it’s actually going to be released this year.

We’ll worry about that later though, for now check on this. Yung6ix Sexy Anthem! Enjoy!