Burna boy,Endia,Youngl,Eva & Sarkodie-Shuga

Shuga Apparently this song
‘Shuga’ was meant to be a
theme song for the just
MTV Shuga
Series. However, it didn’t
make the cut and dropped
for the official theme
‘Sweet Like Shuga’ by
Flavour, Kcee, Chidinma,
Sound Sultan & Professor;
so it was never released.
Nonetheless the star-
studded track has
surfaced, check on it.
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Harrysong Better Pikin

HarrysongSongwriter, singer and producer, Harrysong
joins the Five Star music roster as a recording
artiste. Five Star music led by KCee and
Harrysong wrapped up the details of the deal
and put pen to paper only a few days ago.
‘Beta Pikin’ is not just Harrysong’s first single
on Five Star Music but a guarantee and radio
friendly Afropop hit, Produced by Del B. On
‘Beta Pikin,’ Harrysong pulls a punch – fusing
catchy lingo with almost perfect crooning.
Check out, listen and share!

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Total Badges: 19 Facts About African countries « on: Yesterday at 08:22:15 am » Africa is the second largest continent in the world, with an estimated +1 billion people. Origins of the human race are traced back to Africa, making it the oldest habited continent/region. African cultures refer to cultures having roots in the Dark Continent. The massive continent of Africa is rich and diverse in its cultures. People Africans are different; they speak different languages and practise different religions. The Dark Continent is home to innumerable tribes and social groups. Countries like Nigeria and Malawi have more than 15 separate ethnic groups, with different dialects. Some of the tribes have traditions of clothing. Scarring and tattooing are common practises in Africa. Circumcision is also practised in most parts of the continent, predominantly amongst males, but female circumcision is common is some parts. Religions and Beliefs Islam and Christianity are the two widespread religions in Africa. Research done in the year 2000, estimated that 45% of the population is Christian, 40% Islam and the rest divided amongst the traditional religions. African traditional religions include animism, and witchcraft. Food African cookery includes vegetables, fruit, meat and dairy products. Maize and cassava form the core for many meals. Traditional African food is often characterised by the use of starch as the staple food. Food and drink in countries like Mozambique and Angola is influenced by the former colonialists. That said, African cooking in general echoes local influences. North Africa along with Mediterranean from Egypt and Morocco has different eating habits. Music Given the vastness of the continent, Africa has distinct musical traditions. The Sub-Saharan African music is centred on the drums, with dance involving the movement of multiple body parts. If you liked this article, please share your own