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Is Faxio The New Afro Pop artist to Take Over??

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Frank Johnson is his name, an Artist,  Singer, Song Writer and a Good Freestyles in Afro_pop/hip-pop and dancehall and  of a Stage name; FAXIO.
He is signed to “The Full-House Entertaiment”.
His mum is Kate Tyas, of Akwa Ibom State and Dad from the Benue State,Southern Nigeria.
He grew up with his mum’s family and under the care of his Aunty, “Helen Johnson”. His dad was  far away from him
He started his first school in the south, and after primary three,moved to the city Kano state which is the Northern part of Nigeria.
There in kano state, he had to live with his Uncle a brother to the  mum.. The mum had to move on with her life since his dad was not there because she was too young. She later got married to the step dad who was from Britain so she had to move to U.K with her family.
Frank Johnson, completed his primary Education in 2006 and was enrolled into a secondary School “Basic College Kano Badawa”
He started loving music the moment he realized he was alone.
After his secondary Education in 2012,He moved to Ghana, to further his studies, had admission into “All Nations University” for a four years Batchelor Degree in “Accounting” in 2013. During his  first year in college, he met a colleague of his who was also running for the same course….
Their dreams were similar, yet they bear similar names.
He was Franklyn and he;Frank….”Frank and Franklyn” during their  first year, were more interested in their admission so had not  mixed  music with school. After first year, they started To Record
After that recording, he heard encouraging words from lots of friends telling him to gear up his Vibe and keep it Real….”Rhymes was the only Artiste he was close to till they became Friends..and these two were with thesame record label. Franklyn, known by his stage name as Brigadier is also a Dancell Artist.
Jonhnson had been doing music alongside his studies for the past three years with these aforementioned names…He completed his studies in 2017/2018, Since then he has been able to stand the test of the industry”
Though his progress was mired by time constraints and the challenge of having to chose between academics and music, He didn’t give up but kept on pushing
All the three years in School, He managed to release an album on Soundcloud and Audiomack with some
Separate videos which are making waves
On YouTube…  [WatchVideo Here]
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Cynthia Basinet Releases Emotive Version of ‘’You Belong To Me’’

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Timeless and graceful are two words that perfectly describe model, actress and jazz vocalist Cynthia Basinet’s voice, as she oozes elegance in her latest single ‘You Belong To Me.’

Originally recorded by Patsy Cline and Jo Stafford, Basinet’s version is a gorgeous rendition that gives the song a contemporary approach and highlights Cynthia Basinet’s vocal talent.
Known for her first hit, a sultry version of Eartha Kitt’s ‘Santa Baby’ which is Billboard’s Top 10 Best Version, Cynthia Basinet returns with ‘You Belong To Me’ featuring accompanying musicians, Johnathan Presnell (drums), David Smith (upright bass), Joel Key (acoustic guitar), James Mitchell (electric guitar), Steve Hinson (steel guitar) and Gary Prim (piano/keys) recorded at famed Hilltop Recording Studio with sound engineer Matt Huitt.

The full band arrangement brings a live feel to the record as if listeners are sitting in the very room. Fusing together jazz and blues styles through the deep playful timbres of the
double bass, the gentle tap of the rhythmic hi-hats and the luxurious piano riffs effortlessly sprinkled throughout, Cynthia Basinet’s rich vocals guide the song.

The track is slow-paced and thoughtful, the infusion of a slide guitar evoking a country-esque soundscape. The vocal delivery is emotive as Basinet sings of a distant love and for those who are in times of need; “My prayers go to the displaced of Maui and the special town of Lahaina,” Basinet explains. “It was this spirit I had hoped to capture in the song, with the backing vocal harmonies reminiscent of mermaids calling you home.” The sirens certainly do entice listeners into the ebb and flow of the song’s calming waters.

Cynthia Basinet’s journey has been a vibrant one; a fashion model, an actress, a celebrated singer-songwriter, author and activist. She has always been drawn to music and has spent decades working with a vocal coach, honing her craft.

However, it’s the natural emotion and expression which Basinet conveys through her personal renditions of powerful songs that shine the brightest spotlight on Cynthia Basinet.

 

 

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(VIDEO) : Kin Dee And Fameye Collaborate On Heartfelt Apology Anthem ‘Kose’ (Sorry)

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Ghanaian sound engineer Kin Dee and talented singer Fameye have teamed up to release the visually captivating music video for their popular song titled ‘Kose,’ which translates to ‘Sorry’ in English. The song aims to encourage forgiveness and understanding among colleagues when they genuinely express remorse. With Kin Dee handling the production, the video showcases the breathtaking cinematography of two beautiful ladies named Romy Schweitzer and Florina Jakupi. Shot in a foreign location, the video exudes a unique charm and visual appeal.

The collaboration between Kin Dee and Fameye is an exciting one, as both artists have showcased their respective talents in their previous works. The symphony of their fusion creates a unique and captivating sound that resonates deeply with listeners.

The song’s central theme revolves around the concept of forgiveness and understanding. ‘Kose’ aims to remind listeners of the importance of granting forgiveness to others when they genuinely express remorse. In today’s world, where conflicts and misunderstandings are prevalent, the song serves as an anthem for fostering unity and empathy among colleagues and friends alike.

Produced by Kin Dee himself, the track boasts a seamless blend of contemporary Afrobeat and highlife influences, creating a sound that is both refreshing and relatable. Fameye’s soulful vocals complement the production, injecting raw emotion into the lyrics and capturing the listener’s heart.

Furthermore, the music video adds a layer of visual splendor to the already captivating track. The presence of Romy Schweitzer and Florina Jakupi brings an added depth to the video, enhancing its appeal and creating an immersive experience for viewers.

With its visually stunning music video shot outside the country, the duo has successfully delivered a sensory experience that captivates and engages viewers. ‘Kose’ serves as a gentle reminder to embrace forgiveness and understanding, ultimately fostering stronger connections and promoting unity among colleagues and friends.

As Kin Dee and Fameye continue to make waves in the Ghanaian music scene, ‘Kose’ stands as a testament to their collective talent and their ability to create impactful music that resonates with audiences worldwide. Watch video below.

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