April 29, 2022

Is Fathermoh Now The Most Popular & Elite Of The Thee Wise Goats?

The Three Wise Goats drop a major, arguably the biggest album in the 254 this year and then what? Where did they go to? Despite being a distinguished group and named among the most put together gengetone groups, each member has their own strengths and greatness. https://youtube.com/c/Fathermoh Fathermoh has been taking the lead this year on dropping solo projects. From Benga na Mugithi featuring Swat, Joefes, Odi Wa Muranga to Taliban where he featured Willis Raburu and now Balaa, his anticipated release, he seems to be the only one putting much effort in doing solo projects. We however wouldn\’t discredit the fact that Joefes holds the record for the most number of views on YouTube and Iphooolish is a goat at spitting. Needless to say, Fathermoh\’s growth has been tremendous. Are we allowed to crown him the king of the Goats? Share your views.As we anticipate Balaa and it\’s madness, click the link below to subscribe to his YouTube channel. https://youtube.com/c/Fathermoh Follow up for more updates from Black Market Records Africa.

Black Market Records Freshest & Youngest Signee With The Punch Lines.

A trap queen is defined as a strong, loyal woman often used in hip-hop and black culture. Ivy Lygue identifies as one with her upcoming rap style, her flow and generally the way she carries herself around. Her latest song dubbed big moves is out on YouTube and gaining popularity as time goes. Link below. https://youtu.be/HvgT69Cj5Ho. At a tender age of nineteen, Ivy Lygue comes off as inspiring, hungry to take over and intricately interesting. Her ability to master her prowess and still keep it controversial at her age is admirable. Ivy Lygue\’s Bio. Ivy Lygue\’s real name is Ivy Wangari. She is the freshest Signee of Black Market Records Africa. Despite being born in Nakuru, she moved to Ruaka to pursue her first level of education. She discovered her passion for music and began writing rhymes while at Hero\’s High school. Her biggest inspiration is South Africa\’s Nasty C who greatly contributes to her writing. She recorded her first track while in form two and has since worked with Tanzania\’s artist Nello on a new track. Tune in for more updates.