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Reniss Shares 'La Sauce,' A Sizzling Cameroonian Dance Floor Banger

Watch the hilarious music video for Reniss' Cameroonian Bikutsi pop single "La Sauce."

Cameroonian singer & songwriter Reniss shares the music video for “La Sauce,” her latest Bikutsi pop single produced by fellow Cameroonian Jovi aka Le Monstre.


In “La Sauce,” Reniss departs from the bubbly, afro-pop of her last single to deliver an infectious dance floor banger, replete with booming percussion, energetic guitar melodies and pounding bass.

The Ndukong-directed music video takes place in a "quintessential Cameroonian club" where Reniss—once again sporting a retro hairstyle likely influenced by J.D. ‘Okhai Ojeikere’s iconic hair photography—gives a spirited performance backed by an exuberant group of dancers.

The hilarious video explores the double entendre and innuendos of the phrase 'la sauce' in Cameroonian culture.

Check out the visuals below.

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Join Us at Lot 45 For a Night of Music With DJs YB, AQ, & EPM

Come to An OkayAfrica Party.

Join us for a special night of culture and sounds curated and hosted by OkayAfrica at Lot 45 in Bushwick, Brooklyn.

An OkayAfrica Party will feature the sounds of standout afrobeat selector DJ YB, NYC-based South African-Guinean DJ AQ and EPM.

See you there!

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An OkayAfrica Party

DJs: DJ YB, AQ, EPM

July 19 at Lot 45

10pm - 4am

Free before 11pm with RSVP

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Watch Stonebwoy's New Video For 'Tuff Seed'

"People have to realize that they have to be mentally strong and they have to know that they are seeds."

Stonebwoy comes through with the new single, "Tuff Seed."

The uplifting Streetbeatz-produced single sees the Ghanaian star singing about remaining tough and strong when facing life's issues. The accompanying music video for "Tuff Seed" was directed Adasa Cookey.

Stonebwoy recently stopped by Ebro Darden Apple Music Beats 1 radio show to talk about the new single. During that interview he also revealed that he has a new album coming in 2020.

"This story is an emotional one to me with everything that has been happening. I sat back and I got this inspiration," Stonebwoy mentioned in that interview. "People have to realize that they have to be mentally strong and they have to know that they are seeds. No matter what people do to them, or what they go through, they have to get down there, they have to be buried to grow into trees to grow fruit. This is a very inspirational song."

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Image courtesy of ROK Studios.

CANAL+ Group Has Acquired Top Nollywood Studio ROK To Boost Original Content Development

This a huge feat for the 4-year-old Nigerian start-up.

ROK, Africa's leading film studio and international TV network, has been acquired by top French film and television studio, CANAL+ Group, for an undisclosed amount to boost original content development.

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