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His twitter handle is @Tha_XYZ

Str8buttah’s Teck-Zilla recruits Hustle Inc’s AQ for this hard hitting dub-step/trap infused banger titled ‘Don’t Sleep’. This single is a wake up call for everyone that ever disbelieved.

Don’t Sleep is taken off Teck-Zilla’s upcoming full length compilation which will feature artistes from Nigeria,US and Canada. Expect a few guest surprises and a very special single dropping in the coming weeks as Teck-Zilla heads to Nigeria for the home coming tour of Lagos!

Exclusive! Introducing Soular Rayze: Synik teams up with vocalist Depth

New joint from the duo of Synik and Depth. This has dopeness written all over it.

Just incase you missed it, you can get the songs via the set. We got one more tribute coming up by the way.

Welcome to the sophomore edition of Track Breakdown; A segment where we look at 2 tracks from different artists and find a connecting source of inspiration between the two.


First off is Jermaine Dupri’s ‘Protector’s of 1472’ of his debut album ‘Life in 1472’ . A sleeper posse banger which featured Snoop Dogg, Warren G and ROC(where he at now?). Produced by the legendary Dj Premier, a timeless cut that still sounds fresh today. Boombap forever!

Almost a decade later, 9th wonder and Buckshot bring back the boom bap in the form of yet another posse cut ‘U Wondering' off their debut collabo project ' Chemistry’. Features Big rapper Pooh and Sean P. An excellent cut by all means, different approach, similar feel. Classic to be frank!.

2 dope joints

2 different producers

1 sample source.

This is pure blue magic

Watch out for subsequent episodes, coming soon.

Terry tha Rapman,PheroWshuz,Overdose (B.A.N.S) ft Reminisc

Peep the visuals to the BANS song: Fans Mi

Directed by our very own R-Cube.

Welcome to the maiden episode of Track Breakdown. This is where we will look at tracks from different artists and find a connection between them via the original source of inspiration.

First off: we have Big Pun's You Ain’t a killer off his debut platinum selling album ‘Capital Punishment’. This was produced by Bad Boy records producer Younglord. A simple piano loop over a gritty drum break gives this track some type of gloomy/eerie vibe. In a way, less is more in this case. This was surely a banger!!

Our second entry will be from the now defunct group Little Brother: ‘Watch me’-a Khrysis produced joint off their sophomore, often slept on, classic album ‘The Minstrel Show’. This has that legendary Khrysis thump, vocal chops,hard drums plus a guest scratch from Dj Jazzy jeff. Need we say more??

2 dope joints

2 different producers

1 sample source.

The Jackson Family still reign supreme.

Watch out for subsequent episodes, coming soon.