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Koffee – Throne (Mura Masa Remix)

Koffee – Throne (Mura Masa Remix) mp3

Koffee – Throne (Mura Masa Remix)

Spanish Town born Jamaican Reggae artist, rapper/DJ, and guitarist Koffee bounce back with another classic number titled Throne which is a remix for Mura Masa’s hit song. following the critically release of her project called “Rapture“.

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Foreign Hip-Hop

Koffee – Throne

Koffee - Throne

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From her debut project “Rapture“, here’s “Throne” by Koffee.

The EP which switches between rapid-fire ragga grit, conscious reggae styles, and an unwavering focus on memorable melodic hooks contains 5-tracks and features only Jane Macgizmo.

“Throne” is the fourth track of the EP.

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Even If I Quit Music For 10 Years, Nobody Would Take My Crown Or Sit On My Throne – @Olamide_ybnl

Even If I Quit Music For 10 Years,
Nobody Would Take My Crown Or Sit
On My Throne – @Olamide_ybnl

Even If I Quit Music For 10 Years, Nobody Would Take My Crown Or Sit On My Throne – @Olamide_ybnl

Olamide has thrown caution in the wind, Says nobody can take his crown or sit on his Throne even if he stop making music for the next 10 years – You dey hear?

The YBNL Boss ‘Olamide’ made this known while speaking with NaijaExtra Media over the weekend.

He further says that upcoming artiste are not working to improve their craft anylonger, instead they focus on making money within a very short period of time.

According to him, No Rapper can push him off or oppress him as far as the music industry is concern because they dish out wack flows and weak punchlines and those that are good enough does not have the needed street love compares to him.

He rounded up the Interviewm Olamide says “Street Ti Take Over” and further assure his Fans that it will take anyone trying to get ahead of him about 20 years to delete his songs off the Street and another 30 years to finally make Nigerians forget about him.

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