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Audio: DJ K-Ran 'Afrobeats Vibration Vol. 2'

Download a 2-hour "afrobeats" mixtape from Germany's DJ K-Ran.


Germany's DJ K-Ran rounds up some of the brightest and most addictive pop tracks from Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana and other parts of the continent in Afrobeats Vibration Vol. 2 — the sequel to his well-received Afrobeats mixtape from last year. The nearly 2-hour Afrobeats mixtape features club jams from usual suspects Camp Mulla, Davido, Wizkid, P-Square, May D, M.I., J Martins and plenty of others. Stream/download below and, while you're at it, brush up on the "afrobeats" genre-tag debate.

TRACKLIST

Camp Mulla– Prices (ft. Wizkid)

Camp Mulla– Addicted

Bonnie –Odabo

Burna Boy -Like to party

Juice –Yankee

Steveslil –Ebangha (ft. Z-lex)

Davido –Ekuro

A'won Boyz -Pakurumo Remix

E.M.E - Get down tonight

E.M.E - Sun mo mi

Tinny – Anaconda

Stay_Jay - Prepaid_gurl

Lynxxx –Fine Lady(ft. WizKid)

Davido –Overseas (ft. Sina Rambo)

Chuddy-K –Gaga crazy

Dammy Krane– My dear

Wizkid –Dance for me

Skales –Mukulu

Gasmilla – Aboodatoi

Guru –Lapaz toyota

MoeSBW –Azonto 4 Nima

KIG mile records - Head shoulders knees n toes

Stay Jay – Twaame Lala

P-Square –Alingo

Wizkid –Azonto freestyle

Iyanya –Kukere Remix (ft. D’Banj)

Keche –Aluguntugui

Squadee –You are_mine (ft. Sarkodie & Bright)

May D – Ile ijo

M.I – One naira (ft. Waje)

Kaakie – Toffee pon tongue

Raquel Ammah – Sweetio (ft. Sarkodie)

Wizkid – London Girl

Kaakie –Too much

Monica Ogah– Body Hug (ft. Wizboyy)

J Martins –Iva

Bracket -beautiful baby (ft. Flavour)

Flavour –Kwarikwa remix (ft. Fally Ipupa)

Tiffany –Agyekoom (ft. Castro)

Juice - Locks On Me (ft. Sampah)

Museba –Boom boom boom

Fuse ODG – Antenna

Guru –Karaoke (ft. Joe B)

Donaeo- Party Hard (Genairo Nvilla & Chuckie Amazone Project Remix

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