World Premiere: Lil Dizzie Ft. Blasta Boss, Joko6E And Brythreesixty- Shakuzonto

Award winning Nigerian Afropop star Lil Dizzie is back with a bang! The artiste who has produced hits like Club Inferno, King Deuces, E- Money Anthem and many others. He promises to takeover the airwaves with yet another hit single, and this one is titled Shakuzonto

This monster jam features Blasta Boss from Kenya, Joko6E from South Africa, and Brythreesixty from Zimbabwe. Lil Dizzie never relents on his music career especially in the international scene.

Shakuzonto is a Afropop genre of music with creativity infusing the famous Nigerian dance “ShakuShaku” and Ghana dance “Azonto” together originated SHAKU-ZONTO.

This song is produced by Nigeian young producer MO’BEATZ. This is another party grooving jam for the young and old.

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Music + Video: Victoria Orenze- My Nigeria

Victoria Orenze thrills is with another inspiring tune “My Nigeria” as we approach the 2019 presidential election, the track comes with a video. My Nigeria is a song of desire, a song of foretelling of “The Nigeria” from Christian viewpoint. “We refuse to be broken, we refuse to be shattered, we refuse to be destroyed, and we refuse to be called by our circumstances. We are who God says we are! This is not about the political situation of Nigeria, but the spiritual situation of the country. “My Nigeria is not just a song done because I’m a patriotic citizen, but it is prophetic word from God to this Nation. And I ask every Nigerian to “hear their call,” listen to these words and start to align with the will of God. God bless us all, amen!” – Victoria Orenze The visual metaphors in the video is directly symbolic of the lyrics of the song. Victoria Orenze prophesies hope in the midst of many challenges.

As we approach the 2019 presidential election, this inspiring song by Victoria Orenze is a tune of desire, a song of foretelling of “The Nigeria” from the Christian viewpoint.


“We refuse to be broken, we refuse to be shattered, we refuse to be destroyed, and we refuse to be called by our circumstances. We are who God says we are! This is not about the political situation of Nigeria, but the spiritual situation of the country.


The visual metaphors in the video is directly symbolic of the lyrics of the song. Victoria Orenze prophesies hope in the midst of many challenges.

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Watch the video below…