J Cole’s fifth album ‘KOD’ sets Apple Music record

J Cole’s fifth album ‘KOD’ sets Apple Music record

J Cole – KOD Album out now.

Cole has just set an Apple Music record! His latest album, “KOD” has been streamed 64.5 million times in the U.S within the first 24 hours, just after its release last Friday.

The 32-year-old rapper unseated Drake from the top spot, passing 2016’s “Views” by about 1 million streams.

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Spotify, the biggest music streamer in the world, tweeted on Monday morning  that “KOD” had also set its single-day record in the US, with more than 36.5 million streams. On Spotify’s Top 200 songs in the US chart, J. Cole takes up the first 13 spots.

Check out the official music video for “ATM” off the album below:


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YoungstaCPT drops Takkies official music video

The wait is over! The official music video is out now and has our solid approval! The Wes-Kaap rapper released a movie yesterday based on a true story about growing up with low finances and all that matters is that the clothing matches (and takkies of cause). Filmed and shot in Youngsta’s birthplace Wynberg, it takes you through the reality of growing up in Cape Town where people get robbed for wearing flashy takkies AKA “sneakers” in the hoods.
The video is a honest and true reflection of life in Kaapstad and after watching the video anyone staying in the Mother City can relate!
WATCH THE MOVIE BELOW:

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KWESTA OWNS THE SAMAS

KWESTA OWNS THE SAMAS

  JOHANNESBURG – Rapper Kwesta stole the show at this year’s South African Music Awards (SAMA) on Saturday evening at the Sun City Superbowl in the North West.

 The 23rd edition of the SAMAS was hosted by comedian TumiMorake and choreographer SomiziMhlongo.

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The Ngud hit maker started his winning streak when he won the Best Collaboration Album at the industry awards. The rapper walked away with the following:

  • Samro Highest Airplay of the Year
  • SAMPRA Highest Airplay of the Year
  • Best Rap Album
  • Best Male Artist of the Year
  • Best Album of the Year for his Dakar II album and hit single Ngud.

Looks like it was a Kwesta show at this years SAMA’s with Kwesta Da Kar bagging 6 awards in total.

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