Synonyms for samklef or Related words with samklef

pheelz              phyno              masterkraft              asuquo              shizzi              streetrunner              chidinma              skales              olamide              zaytoven              spellz              popcaan              deshay              reefa              eldee              kaytranada              waje              phazes              fredwreck              praiz              traxamillion              naeto              cobhams              vinylz              cassper              needlz              banky              illmind              ruggedman              patoranking              dokta              nyovest              omawumi              sarkodie              araabmuzik              mohombi              brymo              mafikizolo              butta              davido              frabz              mekanics              timaya              sonreal              anatii              illangelo              lynxxx              banj              runtown              efya             

Examples of "samklef"
"Baddest Guy Ever Liveth" was initially slated for release on October 14, 2013, but was postponed due to the respect that Baddo has for Samklef. He tweeted, "Don't compete with your homies. Make money with your homies. Due to the respect and love I have for my homie Samklef, I'm holding my album back. Let's support Samklef. Can't drop my album same day." On October 17, 2013, Olamide unveiled the Caesar-inspired cover art for "Baddest Guy Ever Liveth".
"Tease Me/Bad Guys" is a song by Nigerian Afrobeat recording artist Wizkid. It was officially released on April 2, 2010, as the second single from his debut album "Superstar" (2011). The song was produced by Samklef. It features cameo appearances from Skales, Samklef, D'Prince, Ice Prince, M.I, Jesse Jagz, ELDee, Dr SID, Wande Coal, and Banky W.
Olamide's second studio album, "YBNL", was released in November 2012. The album's production was handled by Tyrone (producer), Samklef, 2 Kriss, Pheelz and ID Cabasa. It features guest appearances from Davido, Tiwa Savage, Kayswitch, Dammy Krane, Reminisce, Samklef, Buckwylla, Minus 2 and Base One. The album was supported by the singles "Ilefo Illuminati", "First of All", "Stupid Love" and "Voice of the Street".
Wizkid became engulfed in rifts with several artists including his erstwhile boss Banky W and former label mate Skales. Other artists include Davido, Dammy Krane, Saeon, Tonto Dikeh, Samklef and blogger Linda Ikeji.
To promote the album, Olamide held an album launch party at Octopus Club in Yaba, Lagos. The launch party featured performances from Dammy Krane, Morell, Djzeez, Phyno, Phynom, Samklef, Skales and Lace. Prior to the album launch party in Yaba, Olamide held a concert at Mazabs Event Centre in Ilorin, Kwara State on March 21, 2013.
Simi grew up dancing and singing as a member of her local church's choir until she wrote her first song at the age of 10. Her professional musical career started in 2006 following the release of her debut album titled "Ogaju" which contained songs like "Iya Temi" and "Ara Ile" with the entire musical production from Samklef.
In late 2011 he leaked a single titled ANYHOW produced by popular Nigerian producer Dr. Frabz. The song gained unprecedented followership online and on radio stations in Nigeria. Two viral singles followed shortly after; PA DA WA featuring Dr.Frabs and Skales, and Feel My Parol produced by Samklef.
In June 2013, Jesse Jagz left Chocolate City and released his second album (his first as an Independent artist) "Jagz Nation Vol 1; Thy Nation Come ". With him rapping, Singing and handling most of the production on his first album,Jesse Jagz chose to seek the help of other producers such as Samklef,Shady and KidKonnect on his second album instead. The album features the likes of Brymo and Wizkid on it.
R&BW is the fourth studio album by Nigerian R&B artist Banky W. The album was released by Empire Mates Entertainment on February 14, 2013. It was supported by the hit single "Yes/No", which peaked at number 1 on the BBC Radio 1Xtra Afrobeat chart. The album features guest appearances from Camp Mulla, ELDee, Sarkodie, Sammy, Shaydee, Skales, Lynxxx, Niyola, M.I, 2Face Idibia, Rotimi and Vector. Production was handled by Banky W, Cobhams Asuquo, Masterkraft, M.I, Spellz, Sarz and Samklef.
YBNL (abbreviation for Yahoo Boy No Laptop) is the second studio album by Nigerian hip hop recording artist Olamide. It was released on November 12, 2012 as the follow up to his debut studio album, "Rapsodi" (2011). The album features guest appearances from Kay Switch, Tiwa Savage, Dammy Krane, Davido, Kidakudz, Reminisce, Base 1, Buckwyla and Minus 2. As the executive producer of his second studio project, Olamide reached out to different producers, including Pheelz, Samklef, I.D Cabasa, 2Kriss and Tyrone. The aforementioned producers largely contributed to the album's production. "YBNL" was supported by the singles "Ilefo Illuminati", "First of All", "Stupid Love" and "Voice of the Street".
Superstar is the debut studio album by Nigerian recording artist Wizkid, released by Empire Mates Entertainment on June 12, 2011. The album's production was handled by Samklef, E-Kelly, Jay Sleek, Shizzi, DJ Klem, Masterkraft, Q-Beats, Banky W, and Vebee. It features guest appearances from Wande Coal, D'Prince, Banky W and Skales. The album was supported by six singles—"Holla at Your Boy","Tease Me/Bad Guys", "Don't Dull", "Love My Baby", "Pakurumo", and "Oluwa Lo Ni". It is the second best selling album on "NotJustOk", a website tagged as the "leader in Nigerian music online". Moreover, it was the most highly anticipated Nigerian album of 2011.
Toyin Lawani began her career at a very early age in her life, as an undergraduate at 16 she already owned a boutique and a mini supermarket . She started by giving fashion advice and styling her friends for events. She has since then developed her own styling outfit and grown become one of the most sought after stylists in the Nigerian Fashion Industry. As a stylist, she has worked with celebrities such as WizKid, Banky W, Niyola, Tiwa Savage, Don Jazzy, Dr Sid, Wande Coal, D’Prince, Terry G, Mercy Johnson, Emma Nyra, Juliet Ibrahim. Trybe Records, 3LiveChicks, Waje, Stephanie Okereke Linus, Sean Tizzle, May D, Funke Akindele, SamKlef, Pasuma, Vonne Vixen, Tipsy, Iyabo Ojo, Toyin Aimakhu,Lami Phillips, AY the comedian, DJ Baggio, King Wasiu Ayinde Marshall, Korede Bello, LAX, Skales, Samklef, Mocheddah Olamide, Lil Kesh, Adekunle Gold, Style Plus, Denrele Edun, Goldie, Kenny Blaq, Blacky, Jazzman Olofin, Dare Art Alade, Fathia Balogun, Eniola Badmus, Senator Ben Murray Bruce, Senator Florence Ita Giwa, Madam Haba Folawiyo, Victoria Kimani, Emma Nyra, Toke Makinwa, Ariyike Akinbobola and other foreign superstars like Keri Hilson, Natalie Nunn, Ciara and many more.
Wizkid began recording his debut studio album, "Superstar", in 2009. On 2 January 2010, he released "Holla at Your Boy" as the album's lead single. The song earned Wizkid a Next Rated award at The Headies 2011, and was nominated for Best Pop Single at the aforementioned awards show. The music video for "Holla at Your Boy" was nominated for Most Gifted Newcomer Video at the 2011 Channel O Music Video Awards. It was also nominated for Best Afro Pop Video at the 2011 Nigeria Music Video Awards (NMVA). On 2 April 2010, Wizkid released "Tease Me/Bad Guys" as the album's second single. The song was initially released as a freestyle. "Don't Dull", the album's third single, was released on 6 December 2010. The album was recorded in English and Yoruba. It was released on 12 June 2011, by Empire Mates Entertainment. The album incorporates elements of R&B, dancehall, and reggae. Wizkid collaborated with a wide range of music producers, including E-Kelly, Jay Sleek, Shizzi, DJ Klem, Masterkraft, Q-Beats and Samklef. The album features guest appearances from Banky W., Skales, D'Prince and Wande Coal. It was initially scheduled for release on 14 February 2011, but was later pushed back. On 12 June 2011, Wizkid hosted an album launch party at the Expo Hall of the Eko Hotel and Suites. The album's launch party featured performances from Banky W, Skales, 2face Idibia, Samklef, Wande Coal, D'Prince, Olamide, eLDee, Jesse Jagz, Ice Prince, Lynxxx and Seyi Shay. "Superstar" garnered Best Album of the Year at the 2012 Nigeria Entertainment Awards, and was nominated for Album of the Year at The Headies 2012.
2011: The sixth annual Hip Hop World Awards, hosted by Rita Dominic and ELDee, were held at the Eko Hotels and Suites on 22 October 2011. The name Hip Hop World Awards was revamped into The Headies, a name derived from "Headie" (the name for the 21 carat gold-plated Hip Hop World Award plaque). The theme song for the six edition of the award, titled "Breaking from the Norm", was recorded by Wizkid, Ice Prince and Waje. The song was produced by Samklef and briefed at The Headies Secretariat. Wizkid won the Next Rated category for the song "Holla at Your Boy". He was awarded a 2012 Hyundai Sonata at the Silverbird Galleria in Victoria Island, Lagos. 2 Face Idibia walked home with three plaques, including the Artiste of the Year plaque.
Empire Mates Entertainment (stylized as E.M.E) is a Nigerian record label founded by Banky W in 2002. The label is home to recording artists such as Wellington himself, Shaydee and Niyola. DJ Xclusive is the label’s official DJ. Producers associated with the label include Masterkraft, Jay Sleek, Cobhams Asuquo, Spellz and Samklef, among others. On June 18, 2012, the label released its first compilation album "Empire Mates State of Mind". In addition to establishing a record label, Banky W, Segun Demuren and Tunde Demuren established a production house, a publishing company known as Muzik Men Publishing, and a charity foundation known as the I-AM-CAPABLE Charity Foundation. On February 19, 2014, "Nigerian Entertainment Today" reported that Skales parted ways with E.M.E following the expiration of his contract. According to the reports, both parties met and reached an agreement. Wizkid left the label following the release of his second studio album and expiration of his 5 year contract.
"Everybody Loves Ice Prince" was launched in Lagos on 9 October 2011 at the Expo Hall of the Eko Hotels and Suites. The launch concert was incredibly anticipated and starred Ice Prince with a live band consisting of Chocolate City labelmates and producers Jesse Jagz and M.I on drums and keyboard respectively. The concert, put together by Chocolate City, also featured Tuface Idibia, D'banj, Wizkid, Naeto C, D'Prince, Tiwa Savage, Samklef, Brymo, Hip Hop Pantsula and Sarkodie. The DJ for the night was The Beat 99.9 FM and Chocolate City in-house jockey DJ Caise, while the concert was hosted by radio personality Ikponmwosa Osakioduwa and actress Funke Akindele. The show started four hours behind schedule, but the delay did not in any way dampen the expectation of the audience who waited patiently for the show to take off.
The album's version of the song differs from the radio's in that the former features Mapiano and Uhuru, while the latter excludes Mapiano. In addition, the latter was played on several radio stations across Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa and Ghana. "Khona" has been remixed and covered by established and promising acts across Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa. Samklef, a Nigerian record producer and recording artist, created his version of the song by interpolating the original instrumental. Terry G, another established artist from Nigeria, released a cover of Khona titled "Ora" (English for "fat"). Up and coming acts such as Anajo Black, Guru, Atom, K-Deep, Omobolar, Danny Young, Lazzy Beatz, Tee Q, T-Maze, Don Effizzy and Junior released their own rendition of the song. In April 2014, Nigerian rapper and recording artist Lyrikal released "Khona Gongo (freestyle)", a song from his second mixtape "O.C.D" (2014).
Jagz Nation, Vol.1. Thy Nation Come is the second studio album by Nigerian recording artist and record producer Jesse Jagz. It was released by Jagz Nation on July 10, 2013. The album was primarily produced by Jesse Jagz, along with additional production from Shady Bizniz of Jagz Nation, Kid Konnect of RadeGold Productions, GuiltyBeatZ of Jagz Nation, and Samklef of KlefSounds. Jagz enlisted 9ice, Wizkid, Brymo, James Maverik and Lindsey Abudei to appear as guest appearances on the album. It was supported by the singles "Redemption", "Bad Girl", "Sex & Scotch" and "God on the Mic". "Jagz Nation, Vol.1. Thy Nation Come" received generally positive reviews from music critics, who commended its production, lyrics and themes.
On November 20, 2011, Olamide released the album's lead single "Ilefo Illuminati". The song was produced by 2Kriss. The music video for the song, released on June 23, 2012, was shot and directed in South Africa by Godfather Productions. On June 21, 2012, the album's second single "First of All" was released. It was produced by Pheelz. The music video for the single, taped at a total length of 4 minutes and 11 seconds, was directed in Nigeria by Patrick Ellis. The remix of the song, featuring D'banj, made "D'Kings Men"s final track listing. On July 27, 2012, Olamide and YBNL Nation released the album's third single "Stupid Love". The song was produced by Samklef. The music video for "Stupid Love" was directed by Matt Max. On November 1, 2012, the album's fourth single "Voice of the Street" was released. The music video for the single was also directed by Matt Max.
"Jagz Nation, Vol.1. Thy Nation Come" is the first project released by Jesse Jagz since his departure from Chocolate City in 2012. Jesse Jagz recorded over 200 songs for the album. He worked with producers Konnect, Shady Bizniz, Samklef and Guilty Beats. He also reached out to Wizkid, 9ice, Lindsey Abudei and James Maverik for features. Jesse Jagz didn't feature M.I nor Ice Prince on the album because he wanted to be the only rapper on the LP. In an interview posted on MADC, Jagz elaborated on the album. He said: "It’s just going to be music. With the album I just tried to push the boundary. You know what I mean? Writing, production, arrangement, engineering…I set out to just make good music. Forget about being Nigerian, forget about being in Lagos and just make some good music. I guess that’s just all. The hype and build up and everything else is just as a result of the music." Jagz said he expects to receive mixed reviews when he drops the album. Jagz also added that being gifted in recording and producing added to the album's depth.