It is here!
I know it came a little late but we did it. It is Volume 4 people!!! Check out the tracklist, download and don’t forget to share.
1. Mykey – Amen feat. A’dam
2. Rooftop MCs – Laddah feat. Egar Boi
3. Antoneo – Onyedimma
4. Jamie Wonder – Good things
5. Phrance – Ocho
6. Ivory -Behold the Man
7. Femi Leye -Smile
8. Dipson – Ola Oluwa
9. Tosinger – Ile
10. Sam Jamz – Cream
11. Furilla Records [Trubreed, Angeloh, Eden Spirit Mode]- Because You Live
12. XL2LETTERS – You No Know feat. GiftBerries
13. DavidB – Care About the Journey
1. Kelar Thrills – Akagi
2. Fizzikal – Ese Nagode feat. Gaise
3. Endi Ziki – Ovie Ivie
4. LayKaySax – Na Wa Oh
5. Uchman- The Original
6. IK Worships – Olorun Aiye
7. Glowreeyah Braimah – Miracle Worker feat. Nathaniel Bassey
8. Onos – Alagbara
9. Tuke Morgan – Trust
10. Sheddy XL – Unek
11. Rapsody + Cikk0 – Mona Lisa
12. Sunday Bawa – BE
To download the album, click here
We did it again. The 4th edition of our Readers’ Choice Awards has come and gone. A big shout out to every one that voted and a huge thank you to everyone that visits our website. May God continually bless you and please don’t stop visiting.
Anyways, here are the winners. Congratulations to them. Through out next week, we will have the RCA Winners Spotlight Series; it will involve a feature on the winners from this year.
ARTISTE OF THE YEAR (NIGERIAN)Tim Godfrey (Winner) Kenny K’ore Mike Abdul Nikki Laoye Onos Sammie Okposo Cobhams Asuquo Glowreeyah Braimah Flo Lara George
THE NEXT BIG THING (NIGERIAN)Mykey Viva Toeyoursea Sam Jamz Nolly Protek Ben Shekari Fidel Endi Ziki Soul (Winner)
ARTISTE OF THE YEAR (INTERNATIONAL)Michelle Williams Amy Grant Lecrae (Winner) Trip Lee Manic Drive NEEDTOBREATHE tobyMac Erica Campbell Group 1 Crew for KING & COUNTRY
THE NEXT BIG THING (INTERNATIONAL)Colony House Tragic Hero Mr Trant Shope Sean C. Johnson Colton Dixon Yaves OBB Morgan Harper Nichols [...]
We totally love our readers here at Yada Magazine and we have decided to release the list of the popular music singles released in 2014. These are songs that our readers enjoyed through the course of the year.
Check them out! If you missed them all through the year, here is your chance to get them again.
Kindly note that this list is derived from a thorough analysis of the music posted on our website this year.
50. Nikki Laoye – Mighty God
49. Minor- Made in Nigeria feat. Provabs
48. Jeremiah Gyang- Dan Gata
47. Cobhams Asuquo- Star of Wonder
46. Nolly- Yaro (Cover)
45. Sam Adebanjo- Mama feat. Snatcha
44. Leon Remnant- Who I Am feat. Sosa
43. KJ-52- Gameface feat. KB, Soul Glow Activatur, Flame
42. Odunayo Aboderin- Elewi Elese
41. Tedashii- Dark Days and Darker Nights feat. Britt Nicole
40. Vinn Legend- All I Have To Give
39. eMJOY- Rejoyce feat. Temi
38. Praise Machine- Jesus Never Fails feat. Mike [...]
After the successful release of ‘You are the reason’ 2 months ago, which garnered international acclaim, Mairo has teamed up with trumpet playing worship Minister Nathaniel Bassey to deliver a soulful sensational song of worship titled ‘Ole Halleluyah’ in his Native Isoko language which literary means ‘halleluyah song’.
He got the song just playing the piano one morning-after singing it for Cohbams (who happens to be a friend & one of his producers) Cohbams asked that he involve Nathaniel Bassey on the track.
In his words “Hallelujah is a heavenly language and for me. This song is a song of victory praising God Almighty for the amazing things he’s doing in my life and the lives of friends and family”.
Mairo is back in the studio working on his debut album set to be released end of 2014. If you have anything to be grateful God or even if you’re believing God for a victory in any area of your life, this is a song to put on replay.
Listen and Download here
Glowreeyah Braimah is a kaleidoscope of colours! Passionate, Vivacious, Versatile, Hilarious, Warm. She just landed a new single- “Miracle Worker”. Read what inspired the new song and download.
“Some songs are written and then some songs are given!” – Glowreeyah Braimah
June 25th, 2014 (Lagos, Nigeria): ‘Miracle-Worker'(The Yahweh reprise) was given to me as I prayed in my ‘Jugsy-Nduks’ room. I lay face-down on the floor because my knees could not bear the weight of my agony that day. This lasted for approximately 8 minutes and 3 seconds. At the very same moment, my 2 year-old niece was fighting for her life in an Intensive Care Unit in the USA. Doctors were trying to revive her through Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). Soon after, she slipped into a coma and was in that state for few weeks. In between the last full-stop and this next sentence, it is best left to the imagination what a harrowing time that my family had to endure during that period.
I sang this song every-day because I could not find the words to pray.
I promised heaven that I would record and release [...]