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Listen to Adekunle Gold and DJ Breezy's New Feel-Good Single 'Live My Life'

This song will get you ready to face the day.

Adekunle Gold links up with Ghana's DJ Breezy for their new track "Live My Life."

As the song's title implies, it's all about letting go, and making the most out of life. Gold sings encouraging lyrics about believing in oneself in his harmonious twang atop the track's upbeat, and string-filled production by DJ Breezy himself. It's a feel-good track, that will get you moving and ready to face the day.

It's Adekunle Gold's latest following the release of "By You," a duet with his wife Simi. Before then, he dropped the memorable song a video for "Kelegbe."

The artist had a jam-packed summer, headlining not one but two OkayAfrica Lincoln Center shows in New York and Washington DC. If you missed any of the action, revisit the recap here.

Listen to DJ Breezy's and Adekunle Gold's 'Live My Life" below.

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Watch Burna Boy Perform 'Ye,' 'Anybody' & 'On the Low' With a Live Orchestra for Trap Symphony

OkayAfrica was in attendance as the artist performed some of his biggest hits for Audiomack's Trap Symphony.

Burna Boy is the latest artist to appear on Audiomack's Trap Symphony performance series, which sees some of music's biggest acts perform their hits backed by a live orchestra.

OkayAfrica was in attendance at The Bunker Studio in New York City to watch Burna's intimate live studio performance, which saw him run through his hit songs "Ye," "On the Low," and "Anybody," with undeniable ease.

The artist had flown into NYC that same morning and Trap Symphony was the last stop on an extensive press run prior to the release of African Giant, which included several interviews, an OkayAfrica-hosted listening party in LA and an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Entering the space in an all-denim look, accessorized by a yellow-accented Louis Vuitton fanny pack, the artist displayed his usual nonchalant confidence before entering the brightly-lit studio space, where an eight-piece orchestral ensemble awaited him.

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Watch the Retro Music Video for Dyo's 'Go All the Way' Featuring Mr Eazi

The video, directed by Mahaneela, is a tribute to the vintage photography of Malick Sidibé, James Barnor, Seydou Keïta, and Samuel Fosso.

Mr Eazi teams up with budding Nigerian artist Dyo, for her latest single "Go All the Way."

The duo share a memorable music video, inspired by the work of vintage African studio photographers like Malick Sidibé, James Barnor, Seydou Keïta, and Samuel Fosso. The music video features cameos from several young African creatives including Congolese artist Miles from Kinshasa, who are all photographed in stylish clothes before staged backdrops.

The video was directed by multi-hyphenated creator Mahaneela, who also appears in the video,

The Mirza-produced song sees both artists singing suggestively about their lovers. "Go go, go all the way," Dyo sings smoothly on the track's chorus.

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Burna Boy Drops the Cheerful Music Video for 'Pull Up'

Burna Boy drops his first music video since the release of "African Giant."

It's been almost a month since the release of Burna Boy's African Giant, and the artist continues to bring the heat with new collaborations, interviews, performances and, now, a music video for one of the album's clearest standouts "Pull Up."

The song, was the last single released in the lead-up to African Giant, and the first music video since the album's release.

READ: Here are All the Samples on Burna Boy's 'African Giant'

The vibrant music video sees Burna Boy and a group of models—all in impeccably stylish looks—gallivanting around London, hitting up local spots, driving around in a convertible and simply enjoying themselves. It gives off plenty of chill, yet infectious energy, and makes us wish we were along for the ride too.

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