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Fekky & Runtown's 'One More Time' Is Your New Jam

Watch our premiere of the Nigerian-shot music video for this summer scorcher.

Fekky has been making noise in the UK rap scene for years now.

More recently, the London-based artist has been teaming up with Nigeria's Runtown for a series of addictive singles like last month's "Unleash" and this banger, "One More Time."

The track, which has been buzzing up airplay across London and Lagos, now has a striking new music video which was appropriately shot in Nigeria.

It's packed with all the dance moves and motorcycle swerves one could ask for and, of course, the Soundgod drops by to perform his standout verse.


"Yeah this is the one, was really good making the track with Rundown," Fekky tells OkayAfrica via e-mail. "It really shows my versatility as an artists. When we finished the song I knew the video needed to be shot in Nigeria"

Check out our premiere of the new music video for Fekky and Runtown's "One More Time" below.

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11 Rwandan Artists You Should Be Listening To

Musicians like Bushali, Kivumbi King, Rita Ange Kagaju, and Alyn Sano have been putting their mark on the ever-changing Rwandan soundscape.

The current landscape of modern Rwandan music is more dynamic than ever before, from updated versions of traditional folk sounds to the recent 'KinyaTrap' phenomenon that has permeated playlists across the country. For decades, Rwandan airwaves have been dominated by international hits — and by a handful of established Rwandan superstars — but now, as the country continues to develop and diversify, so does its musical setting, with new and different sounds ascending from the hills. The past five years have seen the emergence of an army of young artists eager to reclaim their languages (Rwanda has four official languages) and identity, interlacing their music with influences that stretch far and wide.

Here are 11 artists that have emerged in the past five years to put their mark on the ever-changing Rwandan soundscape.

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