After listening carefully to both tracks, did you notice that the Mboko god, Jovi simply replaced Yung Time’s ‘Uh uh’ with ‘Ou Meme’? Well we think both concepts are different. Let us know what you think.
2016 was a year of sex tapes everywhere on social media from our Cameroonian Sisters in the Diaspora.
Looks like this year will be a year of street fights for these our sisters as these two take to the streets pulling each other and exchanging blows.
From the video, one of the girls drove from her own part of the City in Texas, USA just to have her friend beaten.
Reniss is a singer and songwriter from Mankon, Cameroon, who grew up in Douala. Reniss has developed a style that combines pop music, traditional African styles, and subject matter that connects with people across multiple cultures.
This time around Reniss brings us a new soul touching video to her song titled “Manamuh” produced by “Kiloh” and directed by “Ndukong” with Tatapong Beyala as Assistant Director.
God Mother Sound presents its Queen T.I.L.L.A in the visuals for her highly acclaimed Single “D.O.P.E‘‘ (Don’t Oppose Positive Energy). produced by “Drae Boi” and receives an HD certified visual from MERLEN CAREN.
Performed by God Mother Sound Artist “Tilla”, Tilla showcases her unique rap style and confident moves like no other.
Bodies of five Cameroonian citizens were found in an apartment in Azerbaijan’s capital, Azerbaijan’s Ministry of Emergency Situations said in a statement.
“The Crisis Management Center received information that some helpless people are locked in an apartment in the Yasamal district of Baku,” the ministry said Sunday. The emergency response group arrived on the scene and found the bodies of five Cameroonian citizens Njonyoh Nans Ekum, Nzemele Ezzambe Linus, Nikbenti Nombiye Leves, Senan Nike and Taken Paul who had been renting the apartment. The investigation is ongoing, there are no more details on the accident so far.
Towards the end of the year 2016, Cameroon has faced a couple of dark moments and mishaps most especially in the English speaking region. Due to this mishaps, Egbe puts out a soul touching song to spread out hope and love to the fighting people and the oppressing regime. Egbe has this special way of communicating to people through songs that I like. He awakens one’s innermost feelings. Believe is the title and it was produced by Egbe and EdiLedrae for 808Nation.
Prolific and ideal rapper Skidi -boy is one of Africa’s finest act in terms of blending English and French in all his released hits these past years.Two years ago he released “YAOUNDE” and and few months ago he release “GERAT”.YAOUNDE remains the most renown hit track of the rapper which took over the streets.here comes “NANGA MBOKO”.Literally means in english ”HOMELESS PEOPLE SLEEPING IN STREETS”,
the unique touch of quality and style in this track (NANGA MBOKO) produced by unbeatable DIJAY KARL, will remain the most vulnerable and appealing music mostly to the people in the streets(GHETTO) as 237 kamer music is concerned.
“NANGA MBOKO”explains the struggle to pass the night as literally explained in the song. Our daily ROUTINES & STRUGGLES as we have to look for where we can lay our heads (SLEEP).
It’s finally here. Black Gold muziq is in the building. Na Double Dough do the beat. Tinklone feat Bwoyy Txzzy in shawty. The link is below. Listen, like and share. Black Gold muziq the less you welcome our music, the more it sounds louder.
This couldn’t be further from the truth. While your genetics play a role in determining the sound of your voice, the voice is an instrument that can be trained and learned like any other.
Some people mistakenly think that a singing voice is something you’re either born with or without. This couldn’t be further from the truth. While your genetics play a role in determining the sound of your voice, the voice is an instrument that can be trained and learned like any other.
In this guide, you’ll learn 10 vocal training tips that you can use to improve the way your voice sounds. Whether you like to sing modern pop, opera, or any other style, these 5 simple yet effective tips will help you unlock your voice and sound better than you’ve ever imagined.
Warm up your voice to prevent injuries
When you sing, your vocal chords vibrate hundreds of times every second. Just like you’d warm up your muscles before working out, you need to warm up your vocal chords before you sing to prevent strains and injuries.
Warming up your voice is simple, and it only takes a couple of minutes. Start with some basic breathing exercises, breathing in and out using your mouth until your lungs are completely empty.
Once you’ve spent a minute practicing breathing, start singing scales to warm up your voice and get used to the notes you’ll be practicing. Two or three minutes of scales and arpeggios are enough to prevent most singing injuries.
Drink water to lubricate your vocal chords
Have you ever noticed how croaky your voice gets when your throat is dry? Your vocal chords move hundreds of times every second as you sing, making it vital to keep them properly lubricated like any other rapidly moving machine.
Drink plenty of water while you sing to make sure your vocal chords stay wet and nicely lubricated. In addition to water, many singers swear by a mixture of lemon juice and honey for clearing their throats prior to singing practice.
Use the correct posture for singing
Great singers don’t sing from their mouth, but from their diaphragm. Unless you’re standing in the right posture, letting air flow freely through your throat and vocal chords is challenging and, in some cases, even impossible.
Practice good singing posture by keeping your shoulders back, chest high, chin on a parallel angle to the floor, and your upper body held up nice and straight. Relax your muscles and stand up straight to allow air to freely flow through your vocal chords.
Practice using songs you know and like
Scales, arpeggios, and common practice routines get boring quickly. Instead of just practicing using common vocal training exercises, sing along to song you know and like to keep the art of improving your voice entertaining.
From pop songs to operas, let your own taste in music determine what material you use to warm up and train your voice. Keep in mind that many pop songs only cover a small register; try to find challenging pieces to keep you focused on improvement.
Use scales to quickly train your voice
Tired of singing pop songs? If your favorite songs aren’t enough of a challenge, you can increase your vocal range and unlock your true singing abilities by practicing scales that push your voice to its limits.
When you’re practicing scales, make sure you warm up adequately. Scales that push yo