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Angolan-Born Singer Miss Tati's Smooth 'Shakedown'

Angolan/Portuguese, Norway-based musician Miss Tati releases crips black-and-white visuals for "Shakedown."


In a new song and accompanying video for "Shakedown," Angolan-born, Norway-based singer Miss Tati delivers an engaging piece of song and dance. Tati, who began her career as a back-up singer, notes Bilal and Lauryn Hill as some of her influences and "Shakedown" evokes the same smooth soundscape of those two. The crisp & shadowy black-and-white visuals see Tati, clad in a wide-brimmed hat, dancing to bouncy percussion and fuzzy electronics as she almost dictates her own moves, "Shake it/When you shake it/You know how to move your body." Watch the Jonas Boström-directed video for "Shakedown" below and keep posted for more from Miss Tati, "Norway's funky soulmistress."

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Rema Welcomes 2021 With New Single 'Bounce'

The Don Jazzy produced track reminds us of why the Nigerian singer-songwriter is topping charts.

Nigerian golden boy Rema took his time on deciding how to start of 2021—and we're glad he did.

The afropop hitmaker is out with his first project of the year, "Bounce", after stunning fans with word of an upcoming album, and the cooks in this kitchen have not disappointed.

Keeping it in the Mavin Records family, legendary producer Don Jazzy sprinkles his magic on the track, while undoubtedly motivating the young singer-songwriter to be his best self. And with this track being like nothing we've heard from Rema before, one could say Jazzy succeeded. "Bounce", fast-paced and fierce, is a love song dedicated to bewitchingly beautiful and blessed bottoms. The candid declaration and hip shaking beat are a force duo and we can't help but love it.

Of the single and collaboration with head honcho Don Jazzy, Rema says, "This record was inspired by the luscious and magnificent body of the African woman. Furthermore, I'm really excited about this tune because it's my first single with the legendary Don Jazzy."

Honestly, when you start the year off with a banger, you get to make songs about butts.

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