By Isaac Tugume
If you’re tired of drama in your love life and don’t want more of the same this Valentine’s Day, then Congolese artist Blaq Smith got you covered with his latest drop titled ‘No Drama’!
‘No Drama’ is a resounding Afrobeat tune made especially for people who are tired of drama in their relationships and are ready to move on if things fail to work out for them as a couple.
A highly danceable jam, ‘No Drama’ is a thrilling showcase of Blaq Smith’s lyrical artistry in which he combines heart-pounding beats with a very powerful message.
Thanks to his lyrical dynamism, Blaq Smith presented ‘No Drama’ as both an explosive disco tune and a piece of advice to men who are in toxic relationships to know that there comes a point when they have to walk away and start life afresh.
Being a song that focuses on the complexities of relationships, several people of all ages will find ‘No Drama’ very relatable because many of them are battling this drama and some are so tired that they want to shout out ‘NO MORE DRAMA!
Luckily enough, you don’t have to reach that point when you can cool off the stress by tapping the link above to stream ‘No Drama’ on YouTube.
By Isaac Tugume
Have you ever been in a situation where there’s so much drama in your love life that you reach a point where you can’t take it anymore?
Well, that’s the situation Congolese singer Blaq Smith describes in his debut single ‘No Drama’, which is now available on YouTube and digital platforms.
‘No Drama’ takes the storyline of a man who is in a troubled relationship because his woman keeps throwing tantrums about everything, which bothers him until he reaches the extent of walking away, because he doesn’t want any more drama in his life.
In this tune, which is a mixture of Congolese vibes and Urban Afrobeats, Blaq Smith presents a highly relatable situation, because so many people, no matter their age, easily identify with what he sings about in ‘No Drama’.
But that’s not all, Blaq Smith has taken ‘No Drama’ to another level by unveiling the lyric video for this jam, so that listeners can get more familiar with the song as they enjoy its vibe.
A multi-talented artist, Blaq Smit, who is a member of Congolese singing group Beni Boyz, has since positioned himself as an artist whose mission is to release music that positively impacts people’s lives.
And, with a very uplifting song like ‘No Drama’, it’s obvious that he is definitely on the right track!
By Isaac Tugume
Fast-rising Congolese musician Blaq Smith, a member of the singing duo the Beni Boyz, has released a new jam dubbed ‘No Drama’, which happens to be his debut single.
Although Blaq Smith has been performing for quite a long time under Beni Boyz, this time round he decided to diversify into solo projects, in a bid to take his music career to another level.
Just like the title goes, Blaq Smith is out to let the world know through this jam that he has no more time for drama in his life, because he means business.
In ‘No Drama’, Blaq Smith delivers a vibey Afrobeat tune in which he addresses his past partner about the tumultuous relationship they had and how it affected them both.
Being a very relatable song, ‘No Drama’ will surely resonate well with anyone who has had a turbulent relationship that consists of daily drama, hence the title of the track, which explains the message Blaq Smith intends to deliver to his audience.
A studio project that officially unveils him on the East African music scene as a formidable entertainer, ‘No Drama’ is not only a thrilling jam but also a highly uplifting song.
Click the link above to stream ‘No Drama’ on Spotify but you can check out the link file below to stream the song on other digital platforms.
By Isaac Tugume
Beni Boyz, a singing group from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), has released on YouTube the live studio session for their popular hit dubbed ‘Fake Love’.
A very provocative jam, ‘Fake Love’ delves into the complexities of love and relationships, with Beni Boyz making it clear to everyone that nowadays, if there is no money, then there’s no love.
A very electrifying Afrobeat tune, ‘Fake Love’ attempts to highlight the fact that these days love, according to most women, is no longer based on emotions and or feelings for a man, but on how fat his wallet is.
What’s even more important is that ‘Fake Love’ is a song that’s not only confined to the audience in the DRC, because the issue that Beni Boyz addresses in this song is rather universal, because women everywhere are nowadays after amassing money from as many men as they can.
It’s because of the song’s universal nature that ‘Fake Love’ is not only playing in Congo but also across East Africa, where the jam is not just booming in various nightclubs and bars but also attracting the attention of TV viewers.
If you don’t want to fall victim to women who give men ‘Fake Love’, just tap the link above to stream the jam on YouTube!
By Isaac Tugume
Congolese singing duo Beni Boyz have the whole of East Africa glued to their latest release, a scorching music video dubbed ‘Fake Love’, which is already being streamed by thousands of fans on YouTube.
A very captivating musical piece, ‘Fake Love’ is a song that delves into matters to do with relationships, highlighting the fact that to most women, love is all about money and material gains nowadays.
A blend of sensational Afrobeat tunes and powerful lyrics, ‘Fake Love’ is a song that carries a very important message for everyone who intends to start up a relationship or is already in one, because the Beni Boyz attempt to paint a picture of what most men go through when they hook up with money-minded women.
As they perform this jam, Beni Boyz want their audience to know that women attach more importance to money than mutual love these days, hence their love is no longer free but for sale.
With the video attracting over 127K YouTube views and still counting, no one can doubt the fact that ‘Fake Love’ has since been treated to a warm reception by Beni Boyz’s fans and that people from across East Africa are responding to the song.
Please click the link above to stream the ‘Fake Love’ video on YouTube now, because believe it or not, this is the kind of song you won’t just gloss over when you encounter it!