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Album Download: Wale – Shine (Album)


Wale – Shine (Album)

Wale has been working on his new album Shine for more than a year and fans have been very eager to hear the final product. With his new single ‘ Fashion Week‘ featuring G-Eazy picking steam,” Shine Season ” the rapper has announced that he i moving up the release date to this Friday.

The DMV rapper held a listening session of sorts at the Genius
offices in Brooklyn, NY this evening (April 26) where he played songs from the album,” Shine Season ” explained some of the lyrics and met with fans. During the event, Wale told the audience that he’s shifting the release from the originally planned date of May 5th to Friday, April 27th . We’re guessing it will be a digital-only release for now.

1. Wale – Thank God – Download Tune

2. Wale Ft Lil Wayne – Running Back Download Tune

3. Wale – Scarface Rozay Gotti  Download Tune

4. Wale Ft Major Lazer, Wizkid & Dua Lipa – My Love   Download Tune

5. Wale Ft G-Eazy – Fashion Week  Download Tune

6. Wale – Colombia Heights Download Tune

7. Wale – CC White   Download Tune

8. Wale – Mathematics    Download Tune

9.  Wale Ft Travis Scott – Fish n Grits Download Tune

10. Wale Ft Davido & Olamide – Fine Girl  Download Tune

11. Wale Ft Chris Brown – Heaven On Earth  Download Tune

12. Wale – My PYT Download Tune

13. Wale – DNA  Download Tune

14.  Wale – Smile Download Tune


Music: BAJO – Omo BABA [@BajoNoah]


Omo Baba is a unique Afri Classique gospel music by Bajo  cooked from Divine Force Music studio.

This sound is new in the history of Nigerian gospel music.

Bajo is an indigenous Afro pop Gospel artiste signed to Divine Force music.

Omo Baba (Son of The Father) is a song centered around the Fatherhood of God who is always there for His Children.

Isaiah 64:8

But now, O LORD, You are our Father, We are the clay, and You our potter; And all of us are the work of Your hand.

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Music: Rap4teen – Ferrari


Download Rap4teen – Ferrari Mp3

After dropping his two tracks Eleda Ma Sun and Kolonice Me ft Hyce Age, RAP4TEEN   drops a Banger and he called this Ferrari which was produced by fast rising Producer Kezyklef.

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Music: Anderson. Paak Ft ScHoolboy Q, Ty Dolla $ign – Come Down (Remix)


Download and Listen to Anderson. Paak Ft ScHoolboy Q, Ty Dolla $ign – Come Down (Remix)

The soulful Aftermath singer has just released a Jahlil Beats remix to his “Come Down” smash off last year’s Malibu. Featuring Ty Dolla $ign and ScHoolboy Q, the fan favorite gets a new sound. Pulling inspiration from Anderson’s original, Ty Dolla adds his own twist to the track. “So hard to be doing what you’re really meant for,” he sings. “Spread love / Don’t I make it look easy? / Don’t I make it look good

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Music: Drake Ft Vanessa Elisha & XXYYXX – Good Ones Go (Remix)


Download and Listen to Drake Ft Vanessa Elisha & XXYYXX – Good Ones Go (Remix)

Back in October of last year, Vanessa Elisha was on Cloud 9 while sharing a cover of Missy Elliott’s “Friendly Skies” as she prepared to release her new album, It’s A Day And Night Thing, the following month. Unfortunately, changes were made within her team, and the EP was put on delay. Fast forward five months, the project is still in the works. But, thankfully, we’re still not without new music from the Australian singer, as Ms. Elisha is back with another cover. Teaming up wit frequent collaborator XXYXX, the two provide a fresh take on Drake’s “Good Ones Go” interlude from his Take Care album. Vibe out below.

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Music: Young M.A – Herstory Album


Since surfacing as a rapper we all know after the release of ‘Ooouuu’, Young M.A is yet to release a project of any sort. But tomorrow that all changes when her new EP Her Story hits the internet as a warm up for a full length album. She announced the release date earlier this week and this afternoon she has taken to Instagram to unveil the artwork for the project.

She has taken the same route Snoop Dogg did recently for his new album and thrown it back for the cover which gives it a nice, authentic feel. Check Below for a stream and download of the EP.

Name: Young M.A. – Herstory
Genre: Rap | Hip-Hop
Year: 2017
Label: M.A Music / 3D
Featuring: Monica
Format: m4a | 256 kbps
Duration: 00:23:26
Size: 49.4 Mb
Description: Studio Album

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01. M.A Intro -.  Download Tune

02. Hot Sauce -. Download Tune

03. JOOTD (feat. Monica) – Download Tune

04. Self M.Ade Download Tune

05. Bonnie – Download Tune

06. Same Set – Download Tune

07. Ooouuu (Bonus Track) – Download Tune


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5 Things We Learned As Zinedine Zidane’s ‘B Team’ Do The Business Again


How everyone would love to have reserves like Real Madrid.

Zinedine Zidane made nine changes from the side beaten by Barcelona on Sunday to reignite the La Liga title race.

Barca even heightened the pressure by smashing seven past Osasuna before kick-off at the Riazor but still Real ran riot.

Alvaro Morata arrowed drive opened the scoring inside the first minute and the game should already have been over by the time James Rodriguez made it 2-0 13 minutes later.

Yet, no matter who starts, Real’s weakness remains at the back and it was exposed again when Florin Andone reduced Depor’s arrears.

Sidnei should even had made it 2-2 before Lucas Vazquez restored normal service just before half-time.

The second period was an exhibition of flowing football from Madrid, but they had just two more goals to show for it.

Firstly, James rolled into an empty net after great work from Isco and Morata before Isco rounded off a sensational performance with the fifth, and Casemiro added a sixth.

Here are five things we learned…

1. Madrid again more fluid without ‘BBC’


A training game between Madrid’s first and second XIs would probably fill the Bernabeu and maybe leave the few Galaticos embarrassed.

All of the ‘BBC’ front three of Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema and the injured Gareth Bale were left out the squad entirely for a third straight La Liga away game.

Madrid’s reserves haven’t missed a beat, picking up three wins and scoring 12 times in the process.

Moreover, there is a speed and cohesion to their play often missing when the ‘BBC’ are preferred to the youth and invention of Isco, Morata and Marco Asensio.


2. Madrid always concede


Carlo Ancelotti raised a few eyebrows, and not just his own, in Madrid last week when he said ahead of Real’s return leg against his Bayern Munich: “Madrid always score, but they also always concede.”

The Italian was proven right then, and it was the case once more at the Riazor.

Madrid maintained their incredible record of scoring in every game for over a year.

However, they have kept just one clean sheet in their last 15 games and even that was thanks to wayward Alaves finishing at the Bernabeu rather than any solid defending.


3. Queuing up to fill Bale’s boots


The unfortunate Welshman looks set to miss the vast majority of what remains of Real’s season with the eighth calf injury of his Madrid career.

Zidane’s mind over who will replace Bale for the European champions upcoming Champions League semi-finals with Atletico Madrid may not have been made up here, but the Frenchman won’t be short of options.

James, Vazquez and Isco found the back of the net, whilst Asensio shone once more.


4. Varane return timely


Raphael Varane’s return from a hamstring injury couldn’t have come at a better time for Madrid with captain Sergio Ramos suspended after seeing red for the 22nd time in his career in Sunday’s El Clasico and Pepe still sidelined by a pair of broken ribs.

Utility man Nacho has held the fort manfully in various positions throughout the season, but has been exposed in recent weeks when faced with the quality of the likes of Antoine Griezmann, Robert Lewandowski and Lionel Messi.

Varane’s availability gives Zidane the chance to field his preferred centre-back partnership of the French international and Ramos for the business end of the season.


5. Only Messi beats Morata


orata took just 55 seconds to find the net, maintaining his record of needing less than 90 minutes per La Liga goal.

Only Messi has a more prolific strike rate than the Spanish international this season.

Morata’s 18th goal of the season means he also overtakes Benzema’s 17 despite playing more than a 1,000 fewer minutes.

The fact Benzema remains first choice is why Morata will not hang around for another season on the bench next season.

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Video: Arsenal 1 – 0 Leicester City [Premier League] Highlights 2016/17


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Arsenal kept their Champions League hopes alive as Robert Huth’s own goal handed them a 1-0 victory over Leicester City on Wednesday.

Robert Huth’s late own goal spared Arsenal’s blushes as Arsene Wenger’s side claimed a vital three points in the race for the Premier League’s top four with a 1-0 win over Leicester City.

Nacho Monreal – who netted in Arsenal’s FA Cup semi-final victory over Manchester City last time out – continued his form in front of goal when his 86th-minute strike deflected in wickedly off Leicester’s German defender.

It was a relief for the home crowd following a lacklustre display from Wenger’s men, who, despite desperately needing to make up ground on the teams above them, had been found wanting throughout at Emirates Stadium.

Alexis Sanchez epitomised Arsenal’s performance with some sloppy touches and slack passing, though the former Barcelona winger still went closest for the hosts in a tepid first half – hitting the woodwork with a blistering strike on the stroke of half-time, with Riyad Mahrez having tested Petr Cech at the other end.

The Chile international is certain to come in for criticism after going down clutching his face in the final moments, a throw-in from close range having struck his shoulder.

Never in Wenger’s 20-year tenure have Arsenal, who face title-challenging Tottenham next, missed out on a Champions League qualification spot, but they looked set to be held by Leicester until, with just over four minutes remaining, Huth’s misfortune sealed the points.

The victory moves Arsenal up into sixth place, three points behind Manchester United and four adrift of fourth-placed City, with Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola’s sides facing each other on Thursday.

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Video: Bayern Munich 2 – 3 Borussia Dortmund [German cup] Highlights 2016/17


Ousmane Dembele led Borussia Dortmund to a 3-2 win over Bayern Munich and their fourth consecutive DFB-Pokal final.

Borussia Dortmund beat holders Bayern Munich 3-2 at the Allianz Arena courtesy of an Ousmane Dembele winner to set up a DFB-Pokal final against Eintracht Frankfurt on May 27.

The young attacker, 19, curled a shot into the corner with 16 minutes left to lead his side to their fourth consecutive cup final.

BVB were beaten 4-1 by their arch-rivals in the Bundesliga at the start of April, but Thomas Tuchel was confident in his pre-match media conference they would do better this time around.

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Video: Paris Saint Germain 5 – 0 Monaco [France Cup] Highlights 2016/17


Paris Saint-Germain thrashed Monaco for the second time in a month, romping to a 5-0 victory in the Coupe de France semi-final.

 Paris Saint-Germain cruised to a 5-0 victory over Monaco in the Coupe de France semi-final after the visitors rested key players at Parc des Princes with an eye on their Ligue 1 and Champions League fixtures.It was the second time in a month that Monaco have suffered a heavy defeat to their title rivals, following a 4-1 loss in the Coupe de la Ligue final, and Leonardo Jardim’s young fringe players could not cope with a PSG side determined to clinch a domestic cup double.

Experienced Monaco goalkeeper Morgan De Sanctis was frequently left exposed throughout the game but it was his error that allowed Julian Draxler to open the scoring after 26 minutes and Edinson Cavani celebrated his new PSG deal by making it 2-0 five minutes later.

Defender Safwan Mbae suffered a cruel blow on his debut when he inadvertently turned the ball into his own net in the 50th minute and Blaise Matuidi followed up with a fourth goal just two minutes later, before Marquinhos wrapped up the scoring in the final minute.

PSG will face Angers in the final and Unai Emery’s men, who have now won their last nine consecutive games in all competitions, will be confident of securing an 11th Coupe de France trophy for the club.

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Video: Deportivo La Coruna 2 – 6 Real Madrid [La Liga] Highlights 2016/17


A much-changed Real Madrid had too much for Deportivo La Coruna as they ran out 6-2 winners at Riazor to go level with leaders Barcelona.

James Rodriguez scored a goal in each half as Real Madrid responded to Barcelona pressure by going level with their rivals at the top of LaLiga thanks to a commanding 6-2 win over Deportivo La Coruna.

Zinedine Zidane was unmoved from his recent rotation policy and made nine changes to the side beaten in dramatic circumstances by a Lionel Messi-inspired Barca on Sunday.

Taking to the field after Barcelona thumped basement boys Osasuna 7-1, Madrid tore into Depor and Alvaro Morata scored inside the first minute.

James made it two within a quarter of an hour and Lucas Vazquez settled any doubts over the destination of the points on the stroke of half-time after Florin Andone briefly gave Deportivo hope.

Isco was their main tormentor throughout and got in on the act after James tapped in his second

Joselu gained a measure of consolation for Depor – who are still not completely safe from relegation trouble – but fellow substitute Casemiro followed up his goal against Barca to complete the rout.

The Clasico rivals are locked together on 78 points at the summit, although Madrid retain a game in hand and, with the news of Barcelona’s resounding victory probably still ringing in their ears, they hit the front after 54 seconds at Riazor.

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Gist: 5 Things We Learned As Lionel Messi Hits Double Making League Leaders Romp To Victory


Lionel Messi, Andre Gomes and Paco Alcacer struck twice each as Barcelona dismantled Osasuna and turned up the heat on Real Madrid at the top of La Liga.

Javier Mascherano scored the other goal from the penalty spot, his first ever in a Barcelona shirt.

Messi opened the scoring in the 12th minute, racing through on goal and juggling the ball before lofting it over Salvatore Sirigu.

Barcelona dominated and the only surprise was that it took another 18 minutes for the second goal to arrive, Gomes slamming home from Ivan Rakitic’s cross.

Roberto Torres cut Barcelona’s lead in half after the break, whipping in a superb free-kick after a needless foul by Sergio Busquets.

Mascherano’s header was tipped onto the post as Barcelona tried to hit back, while Ivan Rakitic was denied a clear penalty when Jhon Steven fouled him.

However Gomes netted his second after Gerard Pique’s effort bounced back off the post and then Messi followed suit with a belter from the edge of the box.

Paco Alcacer made it five when he reached Arda Turan’s chip forward and then Mascherano scored his first goal for the club from the penalty spot after Denis was fouled, before Alcacer rounded off the rout.

Here are five things we learned…

1. Return of the King… and long may he live


Lionel Messi returned, triumphant, to the Camp Nou after he slayed the Madrid dragon on St George’s Day, netting his 500th goal for the club with his last minute Clasico winner. Waiting for him was a gigantic banner to thank him for his efforts.

The fans sang Messi’s name in the 10th minute and took their shirts off, imitating his celebration after his second goal against Madrid. And two minutes later he repaid them with another fine goal, racing through on goal and lifting it neatly over Sirigu and into the net.

Messi put on a show, both against Madrid and here, and what he was saying was—I’m not going anywhere.

After Barcelona’s Champions League knock-out by Juventus he came in for criticism but in the previous two matches he has shown he’s as good as ever.


2. Bye bye Osasuna


This was an odd performance from La Liga’s basement boys. The Navarra outfit are 20th and if Leganes win against Las Palmas then they will be relegated tonight.

In the first half they played cagily, even after going 2-0 down and it seemed like they would be demoted to the second division without a fight.

Then in the second half they came out looking for goals—and found them, just at the wrong end.

After Torres’ free-kick gave them a sliver of hope at 2-1, Barcelona whisked it away with a goal blitz at the other end, hammering four more in an 11-minute spell.

Beyond some nice goals from striker Sergio Leon, they haven’t offered much to La Liga this season and will be heading down with a whimper.


3. This was a shop window


Luis Enrique rotated his side so they are fit for the tougher challenges ahead, but this line-up also put various players in the shop window.

There will be a lot of change at Barcelona in the summer and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see a couple of players from this starting XI leave.

Beyond Ter Stegen, Pique, Busquets and Messi, anyone would be fair game if a sufficient bid arrived for him.

Gomes is one who has found it hard to fit in after joining last summer and he scored a brace which might draw some attention. That said anybody who watched the full game would have seen a player lacking confidence.

Arda Turan is another who might head for the Camp Nou exit and sporting director Robert Fernandez seemed to be encouraging bids from China for him before the game.

When asked about interest from the Chinese Super League for the Turk he replied: “We’re not aware of any offers from China, but if one arrives we will study it.”


4.  Masche will leave big shoes to fill


One player who might be leaving is Javier Mascherano. At time this season he’s been caught out and he no longer looks physically up to the task of playing for the club week in, week out.

He last scored in 2010 while at Liverpool and this was his first for Barcelona, only his fourth strike in club colours—curiously he has five for Argentina.

Mascherano came close with a header that hit the post and when Barcelona won a penalty he wanted to take it.

The defender blasted it home, whereas in the past he has sometimes turned down the opportunity to score from the spot, raising suspicions that he is planning an exit this summer.

Within the club he is still an important figure and loved by his team-mates, as evidenced by their joyous reaction when he netted the penalty.


5. Confidence building for Paco


This was Paco Alcacer’s third straight league start and with each passing game he improves.

Denied chances by the prolific MSN strike line, with Neymar’s suspension the former Valencia hitman was given a chance to get some minutes.

Although he didn’t score in the Clasico he worked hard on the left for Barcelona and his first strike was a poacher’s effort, with the second well taken too.

Neymar will return to face Espanyol on Saturday but Luis Enrique should keep trying to give Alcacer minutes where possible.

After a long spell frozen out, he is thawing and it would be a mistake to ‘lose’ the player again to inactivity. Barcelona must harness his improving form and utilise it during what will be a tight and tense run-in with Real Madrid.

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