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Ghanaian Star Duo R2Bees' 'Killing Me Softly' [Music Video + Download]

Watch Ghanaian star duo R2Bees' house party video for "Killing Me Softly."


R2Bees just dropped the visuals for "Killing Me Softly," another head-nodder single from the Ghanaian star duo and frequent beat collaborator Killbeatz. From the house party to the bar and bonfire, R2Bees' Paedae and Mugeez charm their girl(s) to the tune of Killbeatz' heavy synth production. Watch the video for "Killing Me Softly" and download the track below. If you haven't checked it out yet, R2Bees' Refuse To Be Broke album from last year is a must.

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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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