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Auntie Flo Flips An Ivorian Rhyme In 'Hey Don't Make Trouble'

London producer Auntie Flo flips an Ivorian rhyme in the 3-track "Hey Don't Make Trouble" EP


Glasgow/London producer Auntie Flo blends West African sounds with UK electronic music in his latest 3-track release Hey Don't Make Trouble (She's The Woman Of Your Boss). The lyrics are based on a well-known Ivorian rhyme and were suggested to the London-based DJ by Ivory Coast producer Raoul K., who "recognized the rhythm as similar to a traditional rhyme from Ivory Coast" and facilitated the recording sessions with vocalists from his home country. Stream the full release, which is available now from Permanent Vacation, and watch the video for "Hey Don't Make Trouble" below.

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South African rapper AKA, real name Kiernan Forbes, is reportedly in the process of brand evaluation. This, after the rapper publicly announced a temporary break regarding promotions with the New York-based vodka company, Cruz Vodka. The statement coincides with the ongoing investigations surrounding Anele Tembe's death, and a widely circulated video showing AKA allegedly attempting to break down a door to enter his fiancé's room.

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