Earlier this month Kenyan selector Deejay Montez did an extended mix of “High Up,” a trending Afro-rap song performed by Queen MJ. If you have not yet heard it, click here to check it out and remember to like, comment and share.
Blakkwuman22 Music is pleased to present Genesis19, the new reggae single written and performed by Karamanti. Similar to her previous songs, this one is also heavy on message, lyrics and depth.
Genesis19 can be downloaded absolutely free from both Bandcamp and Soundcloud. Anyone not familiar with either of those platforms can simply message us via our contact page and we will reply with the song.
A couple weeks ago Karamanti did a pre-taped interview for the Back 2 Da Future Show with host Mr. Prezedent. We were just told that the interview will now air on the program next week.
The conversation was centered around Karamanti’s latest album “Hurt People“; its songs, inspiration, production etc. For additional information, such as exact broadcast time, visit www.back2dafuture.com/radio
On Monday, July 20th, Karamanti will share the official video for her now trending single “Stand.”
The song is featured on the Mama Afrika Riddim, which is produced by Nyah Bless Music and Jam Roc Productions.
Since its release, “Stand,” along with other songs from the project, have been getting heavy rotation on reggae platforms all over the world.
Popular Ghanian blogger turned producer, Jullie Jay-Kanz, will be releasing the ‘Nite Nurse Riddim’ this Friday, July 3rd. This is an uptempo rhythm that can be classied as a mixture of afro-beat and dancehall.
The project features various artists from both Ghana and Jamaica, namely: Karamanti, King Zu, Jahlead, Sikka Rymes, Renner, Jay Nathan and Willing Wanna.
On her track, titled “Can We Discuss Ifa,” Karamanti talks about ancient African religions and traditions. All songs will be available at https://audiomack.com/julliejay-kanz.
Nyah Bless Music will be releasing the Mama Afrika Riddim on June 30th. This is a 16-track reggae juggling that features various artists from Africa and Jamaica.
Karamanti’s song is titled “Stand” and it’s a powerful and riveting track that pushes back against principalities and powers.
Karamanti’s latest single from the Hurt People album, “Eyes Open Up,” is now on Disc-Jock Redeem’s Global Chart. It entered the chart last week in the number six (6) slot and have since moved up to number five (5). Disc-Jock Redeem’s Global Chart airs on Roots FM in Kingston, Jamaica.
“Eyes Open Up” was also number two (2) on DJ Kat’s Top 5 for the week of June 10th. The program can be heard on Arawak Radio out of the UK.