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The Life of Yasharahla Yahawah

Nigerian songstress Yasharahla, real name Yasharahla Yahawah is a fast rising star in the music industry, but she wasn’t always in the public eye.

Born on January 6th 1995 in Lagos, Nigeria, Yasharahla lived a very privileged and sheltered life. She lived between Nigeria, the US and the UK in her early years. When she became orphaned at age 15, she finished her secondary education in Nigeria and moved to the US where she attended University.

After school she lived and worked in New York, where her eyes opened and she saw firsthand the gross injustices her people face. She developed a passion for black people and from there, that led to the discovery of her Hebrew roots.

Not keen on living her life trapped in the “rat race”, Yasharahla eventually returned to Africa and began her career in entertainment. She had always wanted to go into music fulltime, and when she felt the time was right, she did.

Recently, she released her debut single “Love Like This” which has been hot on the airwaves in several African countries. She also released some beautiful pictures from a recent photoshoot, which can be seen below. This is just the beginning for Yasharahla, and all eyes are on her to see what comes next.

Yasharahla is also on social media as @iamyasharahla on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

Stream and download the hit single “Love Like This” below if you haven’t yet.



MIXTAPE: DJ Lil J x DJ Davisy – 2 Kings Mixtape 2.0

Lil J Entertainment CEO, DJ Lil J aka The Vibes Of The Party comes through with the volume 2 of his well known and accepted “2 Kings” Mixtape.

The young and versatile Lagos-based DJ who featured Twist Entertainment official DJ, DJ Biosky on the volume 1 of the “2 Kings Mixtape” teams up with Naijaloaded’s DJ, DJ Davisy for a mind-blowing volume 2.

The mixtape houses top and trending song making massive waves in Africa right now and it is a must-download mixtape.

Check on it below and enjoy


1. Rema – Iron Man

2. FireBoy – Jealous

3. Burna Boy – AnyBody

4. Stefleedon Ft Wiley – Boasty

5. Wizkid – Low

6. Kizz Daniel – Poko

7. JoeBoy – Baby

8. FireBoy – What If I Say

9. Dj Cuppy – Abena

10. Hurdihmoore – Wonder

11. Dj Lil J Ft Hurdihmoore – Matta

12. Kizz Daniel – Eko

13. Kizz Daniel – Madu

14. Rema Ft Dj Kush – Dumebi


1. Terri – On Me

2. Ceeza Milli ft Zlatan – Flenjo

3. Skiibii ft Teni & Falz – Daz How Star Do

4. T Classic x Terri x Peruzzi x Haekins – Kana

5. Naira Marley ft Zlatan – Am I A Yahoo Boy?

6. CDQ – Onye Eze

7. Mayorkun Ft Kizz Daniel – True

8. Rexxie – Free Dem Boys Inst

9. Small Doctor – Believe

10. Naira Marley – Soapy

11. Naira Marley – Opotoyi (Marlians)

12. Gucccimaneko ft Olamide – Follow Me

13. Niniola – Boda Sodiq

14. Master KG – Skeleton Move

15. Masterkraft – Alujo





Question1…Can we meet you?

Am Monsurdeen Abiola and popularly known as Omoluabi MaDream 4pmy

Question2…Where did you grow up?

I was born in ibadan, oyo state, but I am a native of osun state, Ede precisely.

Question3…When and why did you start music?

I started music in 2004 and the main reason why  i start music was because i got the influenced from my past friend Shanko Rasheed who is fuji Musician, and i felt i can always do what he is doing and even more better.

Question4…What is your musical background?

I have a little bit of a music background I would say. I played alto-saxophone from fourth grade until I was a freshman in high school. I also took a few piano classes as well. I’ve been in love with music since I was a child, but it was more so my own curiosity rather than it being pushed on me by my mother. My mom played clarinet when she was in school so she plays a big role in encouraging me, but it was really j my own curiosity into music that got me started. Music basically pushed itself on me.

Question5…What does it feel like to be a hip hop artiste in Nigeria at the moment?

At the moment, for me, it is mixed. There are days when I am proud to be one. Days when I see flashes of hope and feel like am not doing this again. Days when many fans are excited about my new hip hop project or about a really good verse of rap that i just dropped on a song.There are also times when it is absolutely frustrating. Times when I sit down and realise that i really do not have any major concerts and that i have no award shows strictly meant to honour me, but to be realistic,for now it is discouraging but i hope that soon enough the fans will learn to appreciate the diversity in Hip hop and will also start to gain from it sooner.



Before we go further, can you give us a freestyle???

Yes! that is my job
freestyleeee OK!!!

This is the time for me to think about my life,
Boys are so wicked they kill and survive,They collect someone money with gun and knife,
They no ready 2 work & they want become a chief,
Yeah…When there’s life there’s hope 
When there’s earth there’s globe
When there’s kerosene there’s stove
When there’s level Boi get scope
😃 😃 😃 lolssssss Wow nice one (dream)…

Question6..What do you hate most about the industry?

Hate is a strong word but I can’t say it isn’t appropriate. I hate the lies, yes and also what i hate most is listening to music and get to know that it has no meaning or message to pass. i hate it.

Question7…Musically, what are your biggest influences and who are your favorite musicians?

Musically, my biggest influence has to be music in general. I love sound and I enjoy witnessing or participating in a concert. I love to see the reaction people get when they hear my songs that they love. That reaction is my biggest musical influence. and my favorite music is Ayinla omowura, Yusuf Olatunji, Orlando owo, lil wayne, Mr P, Brymo, Asa and Burna boy, also 9ice.I’m more so influenced by great thinkers and writers when it comes to my music.

Question8…How would you describe your own style? 

I guess I would say that I’m different in the sense that I’m more of a Motivational Singer. I touch a lot on spirituality in my rhymes, but not in a religious sense though. I’m not a gospel singer by any means, but I do discuss the soul a lot.  I’m a self-conscious rapper/singer.  A lot of my songs are serious in nature, but I have a lot of music with a lot of different feelings for each song. So I would describe my style as diverse, poetic, and original. I like to take a lot of risks with the things that I say, the way that I say them and the beats that I use.

Question9…Who do you collaborate with?

I have not really collaborate with any artists for now.

Question10…In what ways has your newest music changed from when you first started?

I’ve just improved all around. I’ve worked on my mixing, my songwriting and just myself as a person. When I first started I just wanted to make music, but I didn’t know much about anything so I made what I heard other singers making.The music has changed, but it’s because the lifestyle and thinking behind the music has changed drastically as well.

Question11… What are the main inspirations for the lyrics you write?

Its is Easy. God, after God he is still the one. Which is EVERYTHING.

Question12… Have you been in competitions?  Any prizes?


Question13… What would be your dream venue in which to perform?That’s a good question. well i have been performing live in ibadan and other places but where i will Probably like to have a performance is at #Felabration, Mtn project fame, and #Olamide’s OLIC. That would be my dream venue. I think that would be pretty sweet.

Question14…What advice would you give other hip-hop artistes?

I’m no expert in the game and I’m not accomplished yet so I can’t exactly dish out advice to everyone. I would however like to address the newbies
•They should try and work very hard even harder meanwhile, should know what you are doing. •Don’t sign agreements without doing proper research about the business and legal components of the industry, i think you should learned from the mistake Kiss Daniel and oladips made.
• Don’t get carried away by men in suits, offering you the whole world and promising you the platform you need. Sometimes when it shines too bright, it blinds you.
• Stay humble but don’t let anybody understate your value.
•.Regardless of opinions, focus on your hustle. God got you.


FREEBEAT: Vampire Beatz – Red Genesis Vol. 4, Part 1 (Alot)

Fast rising hit-maker, Vampire Beatz who is well known for his weekly freebeat “Red Geneis” is back with the volume 4 of the freebeats which would be disturbing the blogsphere for seven weeks.

Vampire Beatz puts out the part 1 of volume 4 of the freebeat which he titles “Alot”

Check on it below and use wisely

DOWNLOAD MP3: Vampire Beatz – Red Genesis Vol. 4, Part 1 (Alot)


Sese Tripple – Sweet 16

Sese Tripple popular known as Sese Mi Ganja, A graduate of business Administration in a south African University also CEO Tripple Seass Entertainment is here with a brand new single titled “Sweet 16”

Consequently, the new record  “Sweet 16” was produced by Psalmy Genius

“Sweet 16” is a sensational dancehall jam with a heavy tempo sound to Lit any Dancehall



MUSIC: Tobidreamz – Omo Ogun (Ere Ya)

After Releasing His Hit Single “SUNMOBI”, Which Got Massive Airplays & Reception on Tvs, Radios and Street Mix. Tobidreamz, Real names “Oluwatobi Olamide Akinola”, Is out with Another Banging Jam Titled “Omo Ogun (Ere Ya”) Contrary to the popular slogan of the Ogun State people which is “Omo Ogun (Ise Ya)”.

He dedicates This Beautiful Song to all Ogun State Indigenes and Residents & Hustlers In General.

“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, so when your hustle pay make sure you turn up” he says. Enjoy