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Your New Favorite Rapper Nadia Rose Is Back With 'Big Woman'

Nadia Rose returns with an empowerment anthem that'll have your head nodding for days.

We already told you earlier this year: Nadia Rose is your new favorite rapper.

The UK rapper, who dropped her i mpressive debut album, Highly Flammable, back in January is now back with "Big Woman," a new single that once again showcases why she's got some of the hottest bars out right now.


Nadia Rose is on-point as ever in this new track, delivering a fierce rhymes about why she's the new "Big Woman" taking over the scene over a booming beat from DJ Bamz.

"Big Woman" is both an unapologetic banger and an empowerment anthem that'll have your head nodding for days.

It's accompanying music video stars Grace F Victory, "the internet's big sister," throwing down some impressive dance moves and curbing all the shade in the club.

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Former Burkinabe President Charged with Thomas Sankara's Murder

Justice is on the horizon as Burkina Faso's former president, Blaise Compaore, is indicted for the 1987 assassination of Thomas Sankara.

Burkina Faso's former president, Blaise Compaore, has reportedly been indicted by a military court in the country's capital for the 1987 assassination of political revolutionary, Thomas Sankara. Hailed as a national hero, Sankara was assassinated alongside 12 other government officials in a coup led by Compaore before he ascended to power. In 2014, Compaore was forced to resign from his 27-year-long rule and seek exile in the Ivory Coast after continued mass demonstrations. Thirteen other political figures, including former General Gilbert Diendere, have also been indicted with charges including "assassination" and "concealment of corpses".

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​DJ Maphorisa and Kabza De Small Enlist Tresor on Their New Amapiano Album

"Rumble In The Jungle", the latest project from dynamic duo DJ Maphorisa and Kabza De Small, in collaboration with singer TRESOR, offers a refreshingly mature and pan-African amapiano sound.