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Listen to Tory Lanez Cover Wizkid & Davido In 'International Fargo'

The new mixtape features covers of "Soco" and "Fall."

Tory Lanez comes through with the surprise drop of his International Fargo mixtape.

The Canadian artist had recently teased the project while on tour with Drake in Europe. "I was on the couch wondering if I should make the most out of my Europe experience and drop a free tape full of the remixes to the hottest international songs right now!?! ... I'd call it #InternationalFargo," Lanez wrote on Instagram.

The 5-track mixtape includes covers of two massive Nigerian songs: Wizkid's "Soco" featuring Terri, Ceeza Milli and Spotless, and Davido's "Fall,"which has become the most watched Nigerian music video on Youtube and the longest charting Nigerian pop song in Billboard history.

It also features covers of tracks from French-Malian singer Aya Nakamura, Jamaica's Koffee (who has her own great cover of Burna Boy) and Stylo G's "Touchdown" remix featuring Nicki Minaj and Vybz Kartel.


"Just dropped 5 remixes to some songs I like," Lanez added, "International Fargo is out now for free!!! Not on Apple or Spotiry cuz it's not an official release but it was fun and I hope my fans enjoy it while we wait for new music."

Listen to International Fargo below.


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South African Filmmaker Carmen Sangion Unpacks Her Short Film 'Uncertainty'

Uncertainty, a film about a couple's emotional battles during lockdown, forms part of the global nine-chapter anthology project titled One(Nine).

During the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, nine filmmakers isolating in various parts of the world came together for a collective experiment. The global team of female filmmakers worked on short films which formed part of the anthology One(Nine), a nine-chapter project of perspectives and experiences — real, unreal, fiction, non-fiction and everything in between.

The team included Canada's Ingrid Veninger, Mina Shum, Isa Benn and Slater Jewell-Kemker, as well as Dorothee Wenner (Germany), Shengze Zhu (China/USA), Carmen Sangion (South Africa) and Lydia Zimmermann (Spain). One(Nine) premiered digitally at Canada's Female Eye Film Festival that ran from March 12to 29.

For this piece, South Africa's Carmen Sangion dissects Uncertainty, a film which interrogates Black men's vulnerability and mental health struggles through the lens of one couple's relationship battles during lockdown.

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