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Wizkid, Davido, Ice Prince, Fuse ODG, And Jeremih Jump On Krept & Konan's 'Freak Of The Week (Afrobeats Remix)'

Hear South London duo Krept & Konan's huge "Freak Of The Week (Afrobeats Remix)" featuring Wizkid, Davido, Ice Prince and Fuse ODG.


South London duo Krept & Konan gather the massive crew of Wizkid, Davido, Ice Prince, and Fuse ODG for the 'Afrobeats Remix' to their bubbling summer anthem "Freak Of The Week," featuring Jeremih. The single, whose original remix already featured the Jamaican cast of Beenie Man and Popcaan, now sees the Nigerian pop royalty and UK-Ghanaian Fuse ODG trading verses over an infectious DJ Mustard beat. The high-profile Nigerian collaborations keep coming as Wizkid just recently got a huge "Ojuelegba" remix from Drake and Skepta, Davido connected with Meek Mill for "Fans Mi" and Ayo Jay linked up with Fetty Wap — this one, though, reminds us of the time Wizzy, Ice Prince and AKA went in over Jeremih's "Don't Tell Em." Stream Krept & Konan's "Freak Of The Week (Afrobeats Remix)" featuring Wizkid, Davido, Ice Prince and Fuse ODG below.

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Watch the Hazy Music Video for Burna Boy's 'Secret' Featuring Jeremih and Serani

Burna Boy drops a new music video for a fan favorite from his Grammy-nominated album 'African Giant.'

Grammy-nominated Burna Boy shares the music for the latest single "Secret," a fan favorite from his seminal album African Giant.

The track, which features American singer Jeremih and Jamaican dancehall artist Serani, is arguably one of the album's most fun and memorable tracks. The song gets a hazy music video starring the three artists in various dimly-lit, monochromatic settings. The video was directed by David Camarena.

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Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage, Rema, Teni & More Win Big at 2020 Soundcity MVP Awards

Check out the complete list of 2020 winners.

The Soundcity MVP Awards, the annual award show that recognizes the best and biggest in African music, took place over the weekend at the Eko Convention Centre in Lagos, Nigeria. Some of the biggest names in African entertainment took home awards.

The show was hosted by South African star Bonang Matheba and featured performances from Diamond Platnumz, Tekno, Tiwa Savage, Stonebwoy and more.

The big winner of the night was none other than Burna Boy, who took home the award for African Artiste of the Year for the second time, the first time being in 2018 in which his mother, Bose Ogulu gave us that memorable acceptance speech warning us "to expect more madness." He also won Song of the Year for "Killin Dem," as well as Best Male MVP.

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Listen to J Hus' New Album 'Big Conspiracy'

The artist's highly-anticipated sophomore album features Burna Boy, Koffee and more.

J Hus is back. The heavyweight British-Gambian artist returns with his highly-anticipated sophomore album Big Conspiracy.

The 13-track album features the likes of Burna Boy, who joins the artist on the upbeat track "Play Play," as well as buzzing Jamaican artist Koffee who appears on the track "Repeat," one of the album's clear standouts.

It also features a new artist by the name of iceè tgm on three tracks. Some fans have speculated that the mysterious artist is J Hus' sister. The album includes the previously released single 'Must Be,' which he dropped in November of last year.

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Skales Enlists Falz and Harmonize for New Track 'Oliver Twist II Remix'

PREMIERE: Skales drops a standout remix of his single 'Oliver Twist,' featuring production from legendary producer Teddy Riley.

Nigerian artist Skales shares a massive new remix of his single "Oliver Twist," featuring Nigerian rapper Falz and Tanzanian singer Harmonize.

The track notably features co-production from legendary R&B and hip hop producer Teddy Riley. "I had been in talks with Teddy Riley since my last trip to London," Skales tells OkayAfrica about how the collaboration with the veteran producer came to be. "We've been sharing ideas about music. So when I made Oliver Twist with the original producer, TMXO, I sent it to him to give it a listen. He did and decided to add his Midas touch to it too."

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