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mukulah Cameroonian urban music continues to give birth to upholders of this contemporary culture. Amazingly, these young boys and girls are turning out to be extraordinary creative and each in their own respect carving out a niche for themselves. It suffices to keenly listen to them and you would have a good doze of salient messages they are whipping across.

Newzy Mukulah could be new in the scene, but his music senses are interestingly hyper active. Ca Ne Me Laisse Pas, the Yaounde-based rapper’s debut single, represents this assertion. The track, now fast becoming a sensation is a whole lot of musical logic. First, it tells the story, considered to have the closest rapport with urban music – ghetto life. But then, Newzy’s own, is the one the young, yet talented rapper experienced. So, it comes from the bottom of his heart.

For one thing, Newzy stays within the confines of the promotion of Cameroonianess in contemporary music. To effect, he would go by the languages his fellow country folks would be familiar with – English, French and pidgin (lingua franca). The latter have grasped the message from Ca Ne Me Laisse Pas, have liked the track and are showing proof of this. “Ca Ne Me Laisse Pas could be heard being chanted everywhere including campuses,” a report from Newzy’s team indicated. “Yaounde city dwellers even have the track as ring tones on their phones and this indicates to what extent Ca Ne Me Laisse Pas is loved,” the report say further.

Produced by DJ Dandy and released in January 2015, the 3.41-minutes long single has been acclaimed by other up-and-coming urban music artists including Banye Bansoboy.

Meanwhile, Newzy has his dreams intact. He nurses ambitions of taking up the leading position in the Cameroonian rap movement and grabbing prizes as they come his way.


For more information about him, contact:

www.facebook.com/NewzyMukulah
www.twitter.com/NewzyMukulah
www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGqT3msgqVQ
www.reverbnation.com/Newzymukulah
www.soundcloud.com/mukulah



Last Updated on Thursday, 19 March 2015 18:35

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