SULLEE J: Comical (Lyric Video)

Acclaimed Baltimore hip-hop star Sullee J has released a fresh new single this past week in preparation for his upcoming release of the album SPEAR, soon to drop early this year. The song, ‘Comical’ which touches on the current atmosphere of the industry, is a diss track aimed squarely at the relatively new mumble rap genre, which has become all the rage on the scene these past couple of years. It is also a commentary on the current state of affairs, both in Sullee J’s home nation, the United States, and across the world. The track comes with a neat set … Continue reading SULLEE J: Comical (Lyric Video)

SULLEE J: Word to the Wise ft. Gin

This December has proved to be a bumper month for Pakistani-American rapper and musician Sullee J (Sullee Justice) as he unleashes a wave of new songs and collabs before the New Year kicks in. Fresh from the release of R&B flavoured serenade “On Repeat” a week ago, the Baltimore-based artiste has now unveiled his latest song “Word to the Wise” – a grand piece of what the young things of America like to call ‘dope music’. Word to the Wise is a collaboration that extends across the breadth of hip-hip’s homeland, with the newest voice from the East Coast, Sullee … Continue reading SULLEE J: Word to the Wise ft. Gin

FANFAN: Pioneering Mauritian musician passes away

Pamplemousses – VIJAY SHAH via Mo Ti News Louis Gabriel Joseph, one of the pioneers of the national music of Mauritius, has passed away aged 88 yesterday, local news site Mo Ti News reports. Known among his peers and generations of listeners as ‘Fanfan’, Joseph passed on from age-related issues at the Hospice Saint Jean de Dieu in the town of Pamplemousses, in the island’s north.   Fanfan was widely revered as one of the signature personalities behind the development of sega music as a popular genre from the 1940s until fairly recently. Sega is a musical style peculiar to Mauritius, … Continue reading FANFAN: Pioneering Mauritian musician passes away

THE GAME: Musician apologises for fight at basketball match

Los Angeles – VIJAY SHAH via NICK MOJICA and XXL American rapper The Game, famous for his 2005 release “Hate It or Love It” has found himself at a tricky level in the controversy game after he was made to apologise for fighting a teammate while participating in a basketball match recently, reported online magazine XXL. The musician, real name Jayceon Terrell Taylor, was playing at a Drew League match in the Californian city of Los Angeles when he got into a confrontation with Jarion Henry, a fellow player. In video footage released on the Twitter social network this past Sunday, The Game … Continue reading THE GAME: Musician apologises for fight at basketball match

IKEA-N’T BELIEVE IT!: English fans criticised for invading IKEA store after football victory

London – VIJAY SHAH via WIL JONES, Joe and other sources While yesterday’s 2-0 win by England over Sweden in Samara for the World Cup 2018 was a perfect example of largely orderly and civil sportsmanship, a group of the England team’s supporters have come in for heavy criticism for behaving quite the opposite, after they invaded an IKEA store in London and partied in a show bedroom, with several men jumping on a double bed meant for display to customers visiting the Swedish-owned homeware and furniture store. Live scenes at IKEA – LONDON #ENGSWE pic.twitter.com/rAOEm3cqqA — محسن (@KingMo786) July … Continue reading IKEA-N’T BELIEVE IT!: English fans criticised for invading IKEA store after football victory