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Arsenal play “Parte After Parte” while unveiling Thomas Partey – Big Tril to become Gunner fan

Big Tril aka Kaiza Rowland has been off social media for almost 4 months and has recently returned sharing some 411 on what he has been up to. Fortunately for him, his hit song “Parte After Parte” still has love from the people and the big premiership team Arsenal.

As part of Arsenal’s move to unveil and create buzz for new signing of Ghanaian Thomas Teye Partey, the team has been sharing and here and there about Partey. In a video showing Partey’s reactions, Big Tril’s “Parte After Parte” is one of the songs played. To Big Tril and his fans; this confirms how big the song went: Europe as well. Remember Cardi B dancing to the song?

Big Tril’s #ParteAfterParte was played in a visual montage by @Arsenal as they unveiled @Thomaspartey22

Big Tril also came out to confirm he made lots of money off “Parte After Parte” this was after a tweet we tagged him on, inline with whether he secured the bag. He also jokes he might become an Arsenal fan and won’t troll The Gunners anymore.

We should be expecting some new music from him according to his recent tweets.

Rewatch and Re-listen to the song below:


Watch Lyrical G, Krackbone,Mal-X and Akongo in “Brother’s Keeper”

“Brother’s Keeper” is the lastest visual out off the long teased A Few Good Friends album. Lyrical G, Krackbone, Mal-X spit about their beloved brothers and friends in the spirit of the phrases “I am my brothers keeper”. Koz and Effect makes a brief appearance in the visual that has its highlight on the scenes Mal-X talks to his friend/brother about what life choices he has made.

Mal-X plays both roles. Akongo is employed to give soothing spirited backings on the project.

A Few Good Friends (AFGS) is a collective of carefully picked collaborators to make friends .

Watch video below:


Watch New “Abaana Beeka” – Navio feat. Flex D’Paper and Joh Makini

Navio in strength in numbers style, has released yet another visual off the album Strength In Numbers. The visual is of “Abaana Beeka” featuring Flex D’Paper and Tanzanian rapper Joh Makini. The high powered single visually pays homage to African greats and the East African landscape.

Navio brings back Sasha Vybz to add a layer to the story.

Watch visual below:


Watch GNL Zamba – “SAY YES (Nzikiriza Remix)” feat. Herbert Ssensamba

The Baboon Forest boss GNL Nsimbi Zamba promised us that we shall be hearing so much from him more often. His “Dear Hip Hop” release brought so much nostalgia and fans kept yearning for a taste of the forthcoming album The Spear which is yet to be released. To quench our thirst he teamed up with Herbert Ssensamba for the “Nzikiriza” remix which is titled “Say Yes”.

The certified poet pours his heart out begging his loved one to say yes over an electrifying guitar. He has fan in the visual shot in a storey building. GNL has nothing to prove but love to move, love to show, and emotions to share. This is one of the several releases we have received this year from the rapper and entrepreneur. He early on said he is setting up for Baboon Forest to resume full operation in Uganda and overseas and the release of “Say Yes” drives home alot of love.

Herbert Ssensamba compliments Zamba’s flows together bringing out melody, harmony and a beautiful rap ballad. Fall in love with this one and make known what you think of the song.


Street Credit Show host Breezy Beats inspires in new “Kirooto Kyo”, a dedication to dreamers – Watch

If you have followed Fille’s music journey then you know one of her earlier music efforts were contributed on by Breezy Beats of Still Breezy Entertainment. In this new melodic trap tune, Breezy alludes to his early work by featuring a snippet of MC Kats making remarks on “Not About Money” music video.

“Kirooto Kyo” is an inspiring song on which Breezy Beats reminds us to follow and work towards our dreams. Appreciate humble beginnings. Breezy is a video Director and producer , also the host of Street Credit Show on Magic HD Uganda. He has contributed to so many visual works of Ugandan artistes and with this one he shows us he also followed his own dreams and love for Hip Hop.