Today, we shine our spotlight on CiDAR Radar, we take a look at recent releases from these amazing records and artistes in the month of August
With his recent 2-pack drop on the 25th of August, JamaJama is a powerful ode to the art of 'Jama Jama'
Rooted in Yoruba culture, 'Jama Jama' is more than just a term – it's a philosophy that embodies hard work and determination. Ayomaff skillfully weaves this cultural essence into the song, paying homage to their roots while delivering a message that resonates universally.
'Jama Jama' isn't just a song, it's an anthem of empowerment. Ayomaff's powerful vocals and the song's infectious rhythm create an atmosphere of motivation, urging his beloved listeners to channel your inner strength and embark on your own 'jama jama' journey.
Immerse yourself in the spirit of 'jama jama' by listening to 'Jama Jama' on all streaming platforms. Join Ayomaff on his path to success, and let the music inspire you to overcome obstacles and chase your dreams.
With this 6-track EP, Damjek aims to further solidify his craft as a distinct Afro-Soul act.
As Damjek continues to evolve and captivate audiences, it is clear that Danielle is just the beginning of an exciting career.
3. Obedo PF
With this debut EP that resonates with authenticity and relatability. Titled "On a Ghetto way", this takes listeners on a captivating exploration of emotions, dreams, and the pursuit of happiness.
With a voice that's both soulful and calm. Obedo Pf is quickly gaining attention with his unique sound and resonating lyrics. Immerse yourself in the artistry of Obedo PF.
Get ready to move and groove with the latest offering from rising artist Wayinmi. With his newly released track, titled Paradai, Wayinmi is setting the stage on fire and bringing the infectious rhythms of Africa to the world.
With an undeniable knack for creating infectious melodies and captivating hooks, Wayinmi is a force to be reckoned with in the genre.
This recent single from Stalkar is a continuous cry to God to take away any source of sorrow.
Stalkar taps into real life situations that draws listeners closer to reflect on their everyday situations