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Thursday 3 December 2015


When two music producers/rap MCs come together to make music you know it’s going to be fire. But when one of them is called Blaise and the other one Xblaze, you know the fire will definitely roar. Hip-hop super-producer/rapper/singer, Xblaze and female rap veteran and music producer, Blaise tag-team on this smash-hit rap single titled “My Song” which is their first submission in the line-up of a series of hard-hitting rap tracks to follow closely in the wake of this release.

Xblaze is the enigmatic voice on the hook of the rap smash “My Song” as well as Music Producer making this collabo hold its own among heavyweight rap collabos in the rap game. 

He is the music production backbone of artistes like Nikki Laoye and BaseOne. This young blood has been stunting hard proving his worth and this he demonstrates on Nikki Laoye’s (who also happens to be his sister) hit tracks “1,2,3,” , “Taka Sufe” and “African Dance”. He’s also worked with the lyrical force of nature, Base One on hit tracks like “Werey Re” and “Wondering”. 

Asides creating beats also for the likes of Mode9, Presh P, Azon Blaze (North Carolina) and a host of others, He has collaborated with his sister, Nikki Laoye on two hit tracks, "Your Number" & the award winning dance hit, "African Dance" which were major radio hits in Nigeria, UK and some African countries.

He was also one of the in-house producers for the GLO “X-Factor” reality music show in 2013. This is one cat to definitely keep an eye on.

Blaise has been cooling her rap heels for some time now and working her music production skills on a variety of music related projects. But she takes a little time out to warm her rap engines on this track with Xblaze, to simply let her fans know she’s still pretty much in the game and we’re not left in any doubt about that claim, as she delivers eloquently potent lyrics in that machine-gun fire style peculiar to Blaise.

Blaise has been around a while, kick-starting her music career with Da-Trybe in the early “Noughties” and going on from there to rep the rap game as one of Africa’s finest lyricists and Rappers to date. She has worked with M.I., Eva, Muna, illBliss, Mode9, Obiwon, Sasha, BOUQUI, Kemistry, Suspect, DJ.Jimmy-Jatt, Nikki Laoye..the list goes on. She also notably repped Naija and came correct for the rap females in BET’s Rap Cypher in 2011, the first of its kind for Nigeria. 

Follow on twitter: @blaise9ja @TheRealXblaze


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