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Cajon and Hip Hop Music

Hip-Hop in the 20th Century

The late twentieth century decade regularly just alluded to as 'the nineties' checked broad social changes in American history and social culture. One case of important new patterns that occurred in the nineties focuses on the advancement of Hip Hop culture. The historical backdrop of Hip Hop originates from dark network awareness in the United States. Also, Hip Hop culture can be seen as an immediate reaction to the financial issues that generated from that history. The dark network and other generally minimized gatherings diverted discontent from shameful acts into profitable challenge through the rebuilding of social dispositions and openings by methods for melodic articulation.

The late eighties saw the origin of this melodic development, yet the power and substantiation related with Hip Hop music to a great extent created all through the traverse of 90s. When we are on that level, the 90s saw intensely changing patterns in music and culture, to the point where the U.S. encountered the foundation of a veritable 'Hip Hop Nation.' Thusly, in spite of a level of contention over the authenticity of the music as far as verses and once in a while profane implications, Hip Hop all things considered imprints a national development of overwhelming social and social criticalness regarding its capacity to inspire a whole segment of the national network. No doubt cajon’s are not the usual drum sets (for the top modern instruments check out CGuide), but with a little changing these can be effective in producing Hip Hop centric music.

 

Critics of Hip-Hop

Regardless of the national predominance of Hip Hop in the United States, there remains a solid and vocal part of the network who trust that Hip Hop speaks to social subversion, pettiness, animosity, obscenity, irreverence, and little else. One such contention compares the Hip Hop people group to a simple vehicle for opposing social insurgency instead of a believable technique for profitable social stratification. "Individuals from the hip bounce country frame an 'envisioned network' that is constructed less concerning its acknowledgment through state development than on an aggregate test to the agreement rationale of U.S. patriotism" (Decker 54). This contention endeavors to undermine the purposefulness of Hip Hop and its belongings, and along these lines advances the thought that any positive socio-social change was a simple branch of resistance concerning a verifiably tricky subject.

By Biggunz

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05/Aug/2018

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Source: bakusradio.com

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03/May/2016

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Quata Budukusu Meets Steel Pulse: Hip-hop, Dancehall, Roots Reggae – A Quata Budukusu and Sidney Mills (Steel Pulse) Creation

Quata Budukusu is indeed riding through the maze of showbiz like a pro; consciously seeking dominance by creating awesome intra-genre music; creating an enviable repertoire which would soon pass as a shocker-of-a-feat.

Whilst in New York for his album release party and the Grammy’s, he hooked up with Sidney Mills, a member of the famous roots reggae musical band, Steel Pulse. This meet up has already got the two working towards releasing something musically ingenious. A fusion of Quata Budukusu’s versatility, with that beautiful roots reggae sound which got Steel Pulse a Grammy.

Quata Budukusu’s pursuits are not the norm in Ghana. Whilst many lay and moan about the inability to penetrate other markets, he’s busy fraternizing and networking for the purpose of market penetration. His recent exploits with Wyre of Kenya on Sangolo, which is currently making waves across East Africa is proof the brother isn’t resting. Before leaving Kenya, he hooked up with the Benga king Eric Wainaina on a yet to be released song. Call it, a fusion of genre’s and culture, and you won’t be wrong.

Quata Budukusu is definitely on that Ghost-ride to absolute domination. And Nothing seems to be getting on the way.

It’s worth knowing that Quata’s current journey is at the behest of Ernest Annoh Dompreh and Manager Kengol. The two have stood solidly behind the artiste in the last 2years, making all the necessary moves that would keep Quata Budukusu at the top.

Everybody needs someone or a team that truly believes in them; Bakus Entertainment and Quata Budukusu appear to have cemented the kind of relationship that exudes a genuine interest in each other’s business. The recent moves by Quata Budukusu, ranging from effective/relevant collaborations to infectious productions, is an indication of the heights set as a target for the label and Quata Budukusu.

Source: http://atigsi.com

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18/Dec/2018

Barcelona lose at home to Real Betis

Barcelona lost a home league match for the first time in two years as the Spanish champions were beaten by Real Betis's expert display at the Nou Camp.

Junior Firpo gave Betis a deserved lead after 20 minutes, before veteran Joaquin made it two before the break.

Lionel Messi scored a penalty in reply but a Marc-Andre ter Stegen error saw Giovani lo Celso add a third for Betis.

Arturo Vidal's tap-in gave Barca hope, but Sergio Canales got the away side's fourth, before a Messi consolation.

Ernesto Valverde's side remain at the top of La Liga, one point ahead of Sevilla, Atletico Madrid and Alaves.

The hosts had Ivan Rakitic sent off for a second yellow card with eight minutes left when trailing 3-2 and were powerless to match a determined and clinical Betis side, despite Messi's two goals on his return from a fractured arm suffered three weeks ago.

Barca's previous home league defeat came on 10 September 2016, when they lost 2-1 to Alaves.

Betis had lost on their past eight visits to the Nou Camp and had not won there for more than 20 years.

But they came away with three points that lifts them up to 12th in the table courtesy of an impressive display built on adventurous counter-attacking and smart play in possession.

Quique Setien's side went into this game having scored only eight goals in 11 matches, the lowest return in La Liga.

Here they mustered eight shots on goal to Barca's five and scored from half of those.

Ter Stegen did let a Lo Celso strike slip through his gloves immediately after Messi had scored Barca's first from the penalty spot, which slowed the home side's momentum.

But nothing should be taken away from Betis, who more than deserved this victory which keeps Barca's rivals for the title within touching distance.

Source: bbc.com

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11/Nov/2018

Quata Budukusu Wins ‘Hip Life Artiste of The Year’ – Ghana Music Awards South Africa 2018 (+ Full List of Winners)

Ghanaian Hip Life artiste Quata Budukusu, known in real life as Jacob Nana Kwame Etroo, was adjudged Hip Life Artiste of the Year at the maiden edition of Ghana Music Awards South Africa.

Quata who’s well-known as the originator of tongue twisting in Ghana won the Hip Life category against Yaa Pono, Kwesi Arthur, Kofi Kinaata, Captain Planet, among others.

Apart from Quata Budukusu who won the Hip Life artiste of the year, Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Wendy Shay, Kuami Eugene, King Promise and several others had their fair share of the plagues. Below are all the winners of for both Ghana-based and South Africa-based artistes at the just ended Ghana Music Awards South Africa;

Winners of Ghana-based artistes :

1. LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT –
ELDER MIREKU

2. YOUTH EMPOWERMENT PROJECTS –
CHOIR MASTER

3. BEST INTERNATIONAL ACT EAST AFRICA –
VANESSA EMDEE (TANZANIA)

4. BEST INTERNATIONAL ACT WEST AFRICA –
MEDOSKY

5. BEST INTERNATIONAL ACT SOUTHERN AFRICA –
BABES WODUMO (SOUTH AFRICA)

6. BEST MUSIC JOURNALIST / BLOGGER OF THE YEAR –
NII ATTAKORAH MENSAH

7. BEST DJ OF THE YEAR –
DJ SWITCH

8. GOSPEL ARTISTE OF THE YEAR –
JOYCE BLESSING

9. PROMISING ARTISTE OF THE YEAR –
MACCASIO

10. NEW ARTISTE OF THE YEAR –
WENDY SHAY

11. BEST GROUP OF THE YEAR –
REGGIE AND BOLLIE

12. HIP-LIFE ARTISTE OF THE YEAR –
QUATA BUDUKUSU

13. BEST RAPPER OF THE YEAR –
STRONGMAN BURNER

14. MOST POPULAR SONG OF THE YEAR –
ONE CORNER (PATAPAA)

15. HIGH LIFE ARTIST OF THE YEAR –
KUAMI EUGENE

16. BEST MALE VOCALIST OF THE YEAR –
KING PROMISE

17. DANCE HALL ARTIST OF THE YEAR –
SHATTA WALE

18. REGGAE / DANCE HALL SONG OF THE YEAR
EBONY (SPONSOR)

19. BEST COLLABORATION OF THE YEAR –
ARTICLE WAN X PATAPAA (THAT THING)

20. BEST PRODUCER OF THE YEAR –
MASTER GARZY

21. BEST MUSIC VIDEO OF THE YEAR –
CITIZEN WELKINS

22. ARTIST OF THE YEAR –
STONEBWOY

Winners of South Africa-based artists :

1. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED NEW ARTIST OF THE YEAR
AKU MERCY

2. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED BEST HI-LIFE ARTIST OF THE YEAR –
POLAMO

3. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED BEST MUSIC VIDEO OF THE YEAR
9PM  –

4. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED GOSPEL SONG OF THE YEAR –
DRUMPIPO

5. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED MOST POPULAR SONG OF THE YEAR
FINAL SOLUTION – DO LIKE I DO

6. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED HIP-LIFE ARTIST OF THE YEAR –
FINAL SOLUTION

7. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED BEST CLUB DJ OF THE YEAR –
DJ SHADOW

8. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED BEST COLLABORATION OF THE YEAR –
POLAMO X DJ MAPHORISA X DJ BUCKS (SOMTHING ABT U)

9. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED BEST CULTURAL AND LIVE BAND GROUP OF THE YEAR –
SANKOFA BAND

10. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED BEST GOSPEL ARTISTE OF THE YEAR –
DRUMPIPO

11. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED BEST PRODUCER OF THE YEAR –
C-TEA

12. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED ARTIST OF THE YEAR –
POLAMO

Source: https://www.ghbase.com

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12/Nov/2018

Quata Budukusu’s ‘Quantum L.P’ Selected For 2019 Grammy ‘World Best Music Album’ Consideration

Somewhere in the year 2017, the originator of Ghana’s tongue twisting, Quata Budukusu broke world record with a 13-track album featured on a single riddim christened “Quantum Riddim”. The Reggae project embarked by the rapper was distributed worldwide on all digital platforms by VPAL Music, distribution wing for VP Records label. His album “Quantum Riddim” was consideration for 2018 Grammy Awards nomination for the “Best Reggae Album” category

Without falling prey to complacency which is depicted in African’s attitude after achieving feat, Ghana’s tongue twister dropped another chart topping album titled, “Quantum L.P” which is a continuation of ‘The Quantum Legacy‘ project by the musician in question.

Fast forward, ‘Quantum L.P’ by Quata Budukusu of Bakus Entertainment fame has been selected for consideration for 2019 Grammy Awards for the “World Best Music Album” category, ghbase.com can categorically state.

Quata Budukusu for Grammy “World Best Album” Considerationsn
However, it will interest you to know that consideration is the first step of attaining a Grammy. The second step is for the Academy to vote and narrow down the list to a nomination list. The final step is for Academy members to vote for award recipients.

For the purpose of clarity, the Grammy award for “World Best Music Album” is an honor presented to recording artists for quality albums in the world music genre at the Grammy Awards, a ceremony that was established in 1958 and originally called the Gramophone Awards.

Honors in several categories are presented at the ceremony annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States to “honor artistic achievement, technical proficiency and overall excellence in the recording industry, without regard to album sales or chart position”.

On this note, all that we say is congratulations to Jacob Etroo, but professionally known as Quata Budukusu on this feat. As a reminder, you can listen to all the 17 tracks on the Quantum L.P by clicking Here.

Source: https://www.ghbase.com/

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11/Nov/2018

Super Cup: Atletico beat Read Madrid

Real Madrid began life without Cristiano Ronaldo and Zinedine Zidane with defeat in the first ever Uefa Super Cup derby as Atletico Madrid scored twice in extra time.

Two excellent late goals from Koke and Saul sealed victory for Atletico after the game ended 2-2 in normal time.

It was Real's first match since Ronaldo signed for Juventus for £99m in the summer and Zidane was replaced as manager by former Spain coach Julen Lopetegui.

Koke's smart finish and Saul's sensational 16-yard volley in extra time helped Europa League holders Atletico win their third Super Cup in as many appearances.

Diego Costa also scored twice in normal time, thumping in the opener after 49 seconds and tapping in another after the interval.

Gareth Bale had set up Karim Benzema with a header at the back post for Real's first and captain Sergio Ramos slotted home a penalty for a 2-1 lead after Juanfran was penalised for handball.

Full-back Marcelo squandered an excellent chance to score the winner for Real with an overhead kick in the final seconds of normal time as back-to-back Champions League winners Real were looking to become the first side to win three Super Cups in successive seasons.

It was the fourth time in the past five years that the Super Cup was contested by two Spanish sides - but the first with both teams from the same city.

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While Real Madrid are adjusting to life without Ronaldo, it was Atletico who provided the late heroics familiarly associated with their recently departed striker.

The club's failure to sign a direct replacement as of yet will remain a concern for fans following this defeat but there was still plenty of encouragement in Real's remaining attacking options.

Marco Asensio and Bale are two players who will hope to benefit from Ronaldo's exit and both started on opposite flanks, often switching and cutting inside to link-up with Benzema.

Bale's pace and pinpoint cross from the right teed up Benzema's equalising goal and the Welshman's fizzing strike had Jan Oblak scrambling in the first half.

Asensio came close to scoring too when his audacious flick was superbly parried by the Slovenian keeper before a bending effort bounced wide of the right post.

And Benzema seemed to embrace taking a lead role in the centre of attack - his goal capping off a strong performance.

Leaky at the back - the best of the stats

  • Atletico Madrid are the first Europa League winners to go on to win the Uefa Super Cup since they did so against Chelsea in 2012.
  • Real Madrid conceded four or more goals in a game for the first time since November 2015 against Barcelona in La Liga under Rafael Benitez - never doing so under Zidane.
  • Lopetegui is the first Real Madrid manager to concede four or more goals in his first competitive game in charge since Michael Keeping against Celta Vigo in February 1948.
  • Costa's opening goal for Atletico Madrid in the first minute of play is the fastest goal ever to be scored in the UEFA Super Cup (0:49).
  • He scored his first brace in club competition since returning to Atletico Madrid, last doing so for Chelsea against Southampton in the Premier League in April 2017.
  • Real Madrid's Benzema scored against Atletico Madrid for the first time since October 2015 in a La Liga match - he had gone eight games without finding the net against them.
  • Ramos has now scored five goals against Atletico Madrid - only against Sevilla (six) has he scored more for Real Madrid. All five goals were scored in cup competitions.

Source: bbc.com

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16/Aug/2018

Cajon and Hip Hop Music

Hip-Hop in the 20th Century

The late twentieth century decade regularly just alluded to as 'the nineties' checked broad social changes in American history and social culture. One case of important new patterns that occurred in the nineties focuses on the advancement of Hip Hop culture. The historical backdrop of Hip Hop originates from dark network awareness in the United States. Also, Hip Hop culture can be seen as an immediate reaction to the financial issues that generated from that history. The dark network and other generally minimized gatherings diverted discontent from shameful acts into profitable challenge through the rebuilding of social dispositions and openings by methods for melodic articulation.

The late eighties saw the origin of this melodic development, yet the power and substantiation related with Hip Hop music to a great extent created all through the traverse of 90s. When we are on that level, the 90s saw intensely changing patterns in music and culture, to the point where the U.S. encountered the foundation of a veritable 'Hip Hop Nation.' Thusly, in spite of a level of contention over the authenticity of the music as far as verses and once in a while profane implications, Hip Hop all things considered imprints a national development of overwhelming social and social criticalness regarding its capacity to inspire a whole segment of the national network. No doubt cajon’s are not the usual drum sets (for the top modern instruments check out CGuide), but with a little changing these can be effective in producing Hip Hop centric music.

 

Critics of Hip-Hop

Regardless of the national predominance of Hip Hop in the United States, there remains a solid and vocal part of the network who trust that Hip Hop speaks to social subversion, pettiness, animosity, obscenity, irreverence, and little else. One such contention compares the Hip Hop people group to a simple vehicle for opposing social insurgency instead of a believable technique for profitable social stratification. "Individuals from the hip bounce country frame an 'envisioned network' that is constructed less concerning its acknowledgment through state development than on an aggregate test to the agreement rationale of U.S. patriotism" (Decker 54). This contention endeavors to undermine the purposefulness of Hip Hop and its belongings, and along these lines advances the thought that any positive socio-social change was a simple branch of resistance concerning a verifiably tricky subject.

By Biggunz

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05/Aug/2018

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18/Dec/2018

Quata Budukusu Meets Steel Pulse: Hip-hop, Dancehall, Roots Reggae – A Quata Budukusu and Sidney Mills (Steel Pulse) Creation

Quata Budukusu is indeed riding through the maze of showbiz like a pro; consciously seeking dominance by creating awesome intra-genre music; creating an enviable repertoire which would soon pass as a shocker-of-a-feat.

Whilst in New York for his album release party and the Grammy’s, he hooked up with Sidney Mills, a member of the famous roots reggae musical band, Steel Pulse. This meet up has already got the two working towards releasing something musically ingenious. A fusion of Quata Budukusu’s versatility, with that beautiful roots reggae sound which got Steel Pulse a Grammy.

Quata Budukusu’s pursuits are not the norm in Ghana. Whilst many lay and moan about the inability to penetrate other markets, he’s busy fraternizing and networking for the purpose of market penetration. His recent exploits with Wyre of Kenya on Sangolo, which is currently making waves across East Africa is proof the brother isn’t resting. Before leaving Kenya, he hooked up with the Benga king Eric Wainaina on a yet to be released song. Call it, a fusion of genre’s and culture, and you won’t be wrong.

Quata Budukusu is definitely on that Ghost-ride to absolute domination. And Nothing seems to be getting on the way.

It’s worth knowing that Quata’s current journey is at the behest of Ernest Annoh Dompreh and Manager Kengol. The two have stood solidly behind the artiste in the last 2years, making all the necessary moves that would keep Quata Budukusu at the top.

Everybody needs someone or a team that truly believes in them; Bakus Entertainment and Quata Budukusu appear to have cemented the kind of relationship that exudes a genuine interest in each other’s business. The recent moves by Quata Budukusu, ranging from effective/relevant collaborations to infectious productions, is an indication of the heights set as a target for the label and Quata Budukusu.

Source: http://atigsi.com

12/Nov/2018

Quata Budukusu Wins ‘Hip Life Artiste of The Year’ – Ghana Music Awards South Africa 2018 (+ Full List of Winners)

Ghanaian Hip Life artiste Quata Budukusu, known in real life as Jacob Nana Kwame Etroo, was adjudged Hip Life Artiste of the Year at the maiden edition of Ghana Music Awards South Africa.

Quata who’s well-known as the originator of tongue twisting in Ghana won the Hip Life category against Yaa Pono, Kwesi Arthur, Kofi Kinaata, Captain Planet, among others.

Apart from Quata Budukusu who won the Hip Life artiste of the year, Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Wendy Shay, Kuami Eugene, King Promise and several others had their fair share of the plagues. Below are all the winners of for both Ghana-based and South Africa-based artistes at the just ended Ghana Music Awards South Africa;

Winners of Ghana-based artistes :

1. LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT –
ELDER MIREKU

2. YOUTH EMPOWERMENT PROJECTS –
CHOIR MASTER

3. BEST INTERNATIONAL ACT EAST AFRICA –
VANESSA EMDEE (TANZANIA)

4. BEST INTERNATIONAL ACT WEST AFRICA –
MEDOSKY

5. BEST INTERNATIONAL ACT SOUTHERN AFRICA –
BABES WODUMO (SOUTH AFRICA)

6. BEST MUSIC JOURNALIST / BLOGGER OF THE YEAR –
NII ATTAKORAH MENSAH

7. BEST DJ OF THE YEAR –
DJ SWITCH

8. GOSPEL ARTISTE OF THE YEAR –
JOYCE BLESSING

9. PROMISING ARTISTE OF THE YEAR –
MACCASIO

10. NEW ARTISTE OF THE YEAR –
WENDY SHAY

11. BEST GROUP OF THE YEAR –
REGGIE AND BOLLIE

12. HIP-LIFE ARTISTE OF THE YEAR –
QUATA BUDUKUSU

13. BEST RAPPER OF THE YEAR –
STRONGMAN BURNER

14. MOST POPULAR SONG OF THE YEAR –
ONE CORNER (PATAPAA)

15. HIGH LIFE ARTIST OF THE YEAR –
KUAMI EUGENE

16. BEST MALE VOCALIST OF THE YEAR –
KING PROMISE

17. DANCE HALL ARTIST OF THE YEAR –
SHATTA WALE

18. REGGAE / DANCE HALL SONG OF THE YEAR
EBONY (SPONSOR)

19. BEST COLLABORATION OF THE YEAR –
ARTICLE WAN X PATAPAA (THAT THING)

20. BEST PRODUCER OF THE YEAR –
MASTER GARZY

21. BEST MUSIC VIDEO OF THE YEAR –
CITIZEN WELKINS

22. ARTIST OF THE YEAR –
STONEBWOY

Winners of South Africa-based artists :

1. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED NEW ARTIST OF THE YEAR
AKU MERCY

2. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED BEST HI-LIFE ARTIST OF THE YEAR –
POLAMO

3. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED BEST MUSIC VIDEO OF THE YEAR
9PM  –

4. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED GOSPEL SONG OF THE YEAR –
DRUMPIPO

5. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED MOST POPULAR SONG OF THE YEAR
FINAL SOLUTION – DO LIKE I DO

6. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED HIP-LIFE ARTIST OF THE YEAR –
FINAL SOLUTION

7. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED BEST CLUB DJ OF THE YEAR –
DJ SHADOW

8. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED BEST COLLABORATION OF THE YEAR –
POLAMO X DJ MAPHORISA X DJ BUCKS (SOMTHING ABT U)

9. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED BEST CULTURAL AND LIVE BAND GROUP OF THE YEAR –
SANKOFA BAND

10. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED BEST GOSPEL ARTISTE OF THE YEAR –
DRUMPIPO

11. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED BEST PRODUCER OF THE YEAR –
C-TEA

12. SOUTH AFRICAN BASED ARTIST OF THE YEAR –
POLAMO

Source: https://www.ghbase.com

11/Nov/2018

Quata Budukusu’s ‘Quantum L.P’ Selected For 2019 Grammy ‘World Best Music Album’ Consideration

Somewhere in the year 2017, the originator of Ghana’s tongue twisting, Quata Budukusu broke world record with a 13-track album featured on a single riddim christened “Quantum Riddim”. The Reggae project embarked by the rapper was distributed worldwide on all digital platforms by VPAL Music, distribution wing for VP Records label. His album “Quantum Riddim” was consideration for 2018 Grammy Awards nomination for the “Best Reggae Album” category

Without falling prey to complacency which is depicted in African’s attitude after achieving feat, Ghana’s tongue twister dropped another chart topping album titled, “Quantum L.P” which is a continuation of ‘The Quantum Legacy‘ project by the musician in question.

Fast forward, ‘Quantum L.P’ by Quata Budukusu of Bakus Entertainment fame has been selected for consideration for 2019 Grammy Awards for the “World Best Music Album” category, ghbase.com can categorically state.

Quata Budukusu for Grammy “World Best Album” Considerationsn
However, it will interest you to know that consideration is the first step of attaining a Grammy. The second step is for the Academy to vote and narrow down the list to a nomination list. The final step is for Academy members to vote for award recipients.

For the purpose of clarity, the Grammy award for “World Best Music Album” is an honor presented to recording artists for quality albums in the world music genre at the Grammy Awards, a ceremony that was established in 1958 and originally called the Gramophone Awards.

Honors in several categories are presented at the ceremony annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States to “honor artistic achievement, technical proficiency and overall excellence in the recording industry, without regard to album sales or chart position”.

On this note, all that we say is congratulations to Jacob Etroo, but professionally known as Quata Budukusu on this feat. As a reminder, you can listen to all the 17 tracks on the Quantum L.P by clicking Here.

Source: https://www.ghbase.com/

15/Jun/2018

Quata Budukusu out with Rotation Video

Quata Budukusu just released the visuals for Rotation, the fourth video, from his recent album, Quantum L.P. No-Faces from Sweden produced the song with the video shot and directed in South Africa by Director Cube from by KaCube Creatives - South Africa. Watch the video and do not forget to share with friends and family.

Quata Budukusu – Rotation Lyrics

Verse:

Back up the whine make da thing go. Dirty whine back it up slow. Girl cock it up a private show, like she gat no back-bone way the thing roll. Selector buzz a blank and reload. Strobe light lit up like rainbow. She mashup the club with her style nuh. Wizkid tell dem again Shebi final. Dashiki style love it Afro. African queen She bi bad o. Things u dey do blow ma mind o. A shorti back it up again nuh.             

 

2x hook 1: Ah ah aaa aaah baby broke it up. Girl I like what u doing, baby broke it up.                 

2x hook 2: Roll up di booty in nuh rotation, bubble it bubble it tushi vibration. Cock it up baby slow motion, mi nuh da style that needs standing ovation.        

 

Rap 1: 

That booty needs a standing ovation. Way u set it off in motion. Perfect synchronization. Ass clap bubble in unism. Lap dance trigger that orgasm. Bad chick face so innocent. Ma tropical Queen, so elegant, she dey turn me on for the action.       

2xhook 1. Ah ah aaah aaah baby broke it up. Girl I like what u doing, baby broke it up.       

2xhook 2. Roll up da booty in nuh rotation. Bubble it bubble it tushi vibration. Cock it up baby slow motion, mi nuh da style that needs standing ovation.                                          

 

Rap 2:

Huh! Ma Nubian Queen. Perfect bliss, she mushes up da scene. Airtin cries when she dirty whining. Attitude girl boss chick things when she rolls up she roll up with style. One of a kind, one in a million girl, when she talks she dey back it with swag. What u talking about, huh, bad girls gone wild.                                           

4xhook 2. Roll up the booty in nuh rotation. Bubble it bubble it tushi vibration. Cock it up baby slow motion, mi nuh that style that needs standing ovation.

 

Source: Bakus Radio, USA