Friday, 29 April 2011


Yessir! My "Flow Global" track was featured on the 'GidiLounge Radio PLUGGED' playlist on April 18th, 2011. In case you missed the show you can download the podcast here.

PS: Keep voting for "Flow Global" baby!


J-berg Presents "The Big Chill" Mixtape

I guess y'all remember I was on a track with J-Berg, titled "Lagos Shit" by Psalmurai of The Kalifate, which also featured MCs such as Zee, Freaky Jazz & Mukim. Today, my homie finally dropped his much anticipated mixtape titled "The Big Chill". Download HERE!

Sunday, 24 April 2011

Updates: The RapLogic EP, Magazine Interview and Video Promo

To start with, I'd like to wish all my fans a Happy Easter!

Now a few updates:
1. I'll soon be recording one more track for the "RapLogic" EP titled "Afro Rhyme Sayer", then we'd call it a wrap!

2. In other news, I've just been informed that my interview on Surprise Magazine (Nigeria) has been published.

3. And my "Nollywood" music video which featured Terry tha Rapman will soon be showing on more TV stations nationwide. Stay tuned!

Have a great week y'all!


Fecko Mentioned In South Africa's "The Weekly" Newspaper

Shortly after SA's No.1 hiphop mag HYPE MAGAZINE interviewed the homie Naycha in the Freedom Day issue, The Weekly Newspaper in South Africa also conducted an interview with the talented Bloemfontein based rapper. And once again, he talked about his collab with Fecko the Emcee. By the way, Naycha and Fecko are planning to record a collab EP soon. Keep a look out for that!

Tuesday, 19 April 2011

The Short Film: "The Talonted Never Lose"

My homie, Talonted premiered his new short film today titled "The Talonted Never Lose".  Enjoy! In between  you can also listen to Fecko & Talonted's collab here.

Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Flava fm 87.7 FM, Zambia: First International Radio Interview

I just got word from one of Zambia's On-Air Personality, Tha Jayman, that I'll be interviewed on Flava fm in Kitwe, Zambia. The confirmed date is April 15th between 18:00hrs - 21:00hrs CAT and the interview will be streamed live via Stay tuned.



After kicking off his BANS Club Tour 2 weeks ago, Terry Tha Rapman is taking his tour to Rehab Nite Club, V/I. Scheduled to perform with him are Mo' Cheddah, FEMI, Overdose and Skales. DJ X-Chris will be on the hand to spin the hottest tunes. The event is going down on the 14th of April, so be there guys.

Throw Back: "Danger Awaits - Hurricane Alley Freestyle"

"Danger Awaits" was the first hardcore track I ever recorded. The beat was produced by Ohio-based hiphop beatmaker, Zenious. Enjoy! In between check out the reactions the track got on the forum here.



Wednesday, 6 April 2011

Sencosonic Presents: The Afro-BeaTaPe Vol 1

The 'AfroBeat Tape' is a fusion of modern Hip Hop and traditional Nigerian Afro Beat. This is the rebirth of Afro Beat in a new age. The beatape is put together by Seun Babalola, better known by his moniker Senco Babs, is a singer-songwriter and music producer based in lagos , Nigeria. Fecko the Emcee recently made a guest appearance on the AfroBeaTape. Check out some beat snippets here.

Zone Fam - Shaka Zulu On Em

Zone Fam's Latest Video and Second Single From "The Business: Foreign Exchange"

Shot and Edited by Ground Xero Crew

Track Produced by Jay Rox for Slam Dunk Records
Executive Producer 'The Holstar' Slam Dunk Records CEO

Monday, 4 April 2011

Psalmurai - Lagos Shit feat. Fecko, J.Berg, Zee, Freaky Jazz & Mukim

Here is a classic track off Psalmurai’s mix-tape “Grand Finale The Mixtape is Better Than Your Album” titled Lagos Shit. As you already know Psalmurai earned his lyrical stripes as a member of the hip-hop group The Kalifate and even at that he was still able to kick it with the new breed of Nigerian lyricists on this song such as, Fecko, J.berg, Zee et al. The song is dedicated to the hustle of Nigeria’s most densely populated city LAGOS. Enjoy, comment and share. In between download THE GRAND FINALE MIXTAPE HERE.

Sunday, 3 April 2011

ModeNine Makes A Guest Appearance On The RAPLOGIC EP

Nigerian Hip-Hop legend, ModeNine recently made a guest appearance on the RAP LOGIC EP. Fecko's EP is almost done and would be released later in April. Watch out for other collaborations with hiphop acts such as, The Holstar(Zone Fam), Synik (Zimbabwe), Fikrah Teule(Kenya), TALoNTED et al. All tracks produced by Teck Zilla (for Str8 Buttah productions).


The Mixtape is Brought to you By KnightHouse and Is Hosted by DJ Jimmy Jatt and Features Ice Prince, Sauce Kid, Pherowshuz, Teeto Ceemos, Fecko, Skales,Kel, Loose Kanyon, Ghetto P, Da Grin, Wiz Kid and a Host of Nigerian Superstars as well as Two Surprise Bonus Tracks From Swat Root From 1999.

Friday, 1 April 2011

HYPE Magazine, S.A Interviews Naycha: Nigerian Rapper, Fecko Also Mentioned

HYPE MAGAZINE: Freedom Day Issue featured an exclusive interview with S.A rapper, Naycha on pages 18/19. If you remember, Naycha and Fecko recorded the track "Spitology" in 2009 before their latest collabo "Spoken Thoughts (Life Is A Journey)" which got featured on Naycha's "Corporate Gangsta" mixtape. Well, the Bloemfontein bred MC also talked about the collab and all in his interview with South Africa's no.1 Hip-Hop magazine. Listen to "Spoken Thoughts" below.

Fecko Presents "Raw African Poetry" - Free Download + Lyrics

"Raw African Poetry" sees Fecko collaborating with some of the best emcees across Africa, such as Synik (Zimbabwe), The Holstar (Zambia) and Fikrah Teule (Kenya). The song was produced by Teck Zilla (for Str8 Buttah Productions). Peep lyrics below and you can download the song for free HERE!


Yeah…What’s good Africa? It’s your boy Fecko the Emcee
Wuddup Nigeria, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Kenya
Eyo Teck, wuddup?
Verse 1 – FECKO (Nigeria)
By the dawn of the twentieth century
She broke loose from the shackles of slavery
Then embraced freedom with open arms
Still contradictory like stolen alms
Now she thinks freely and speak her own thoughts
Inspired many poems and spoken words
Musical greats fell in love with her
Such as Fela Kuti and Black (Mamboza)
Danced makossa when she visited Congo
Back in Nigeria Afro-beat drove her loco
However She gets negative press
And cursed on foreign media, whereas she’s blessed
They call her third world while She’s the first
To witness civilization here on earth
Over the years, she’s grown so strong
Viva Africa! May she live long
i guess my destiny has always been inscribed in my heart/so like my continent, i let myself shine
through the dark/sometimes i sit on a park bench, and scribble a parchment/with this God sent gift
i wonder what we’ll accomplish/I came forth when the tradition was passed/Through my people it
lives on, we were conditioned to last/So my poetry’s branches cant be cut/Knows no end like the
design of my granny’s hut/we used to chant praises to clapping and drums and shakers/now we
raps greatest cause we blessed with the African flavour/The oral tradition that reflects the moral
condition/and the dopest renditions that impact with growth when you listen/in keeping up with
the times, i tried to refine it/but when i searched for inspiration it was harder to find it/I watch
these cats strut like they got iron in their scrotum/its a jungle so i gotta be a lion like my totem/
African Poetry Raw a Poet in War/
All Eyes on me like Majority Saw/
Child Soldier – Carry my Gun Known as The Holstar/
Tragically run verbal bullets know that its over/
I’m sober in a drunken mind state,minds great/
Drop bars for skins thats irate, like fins they vibrate/
Shout to my homie Synik from Zimbabwe, Biggin’ Mugabe/
Its the Zambian Sun from the Northside/
Hit em with a left and right till they’re cockeye/
Scorching heat – Burn em till they’re all dry/
Who wanna test this – Nah – they don’t try/
I’m So Fly in the African Sun, So Proud though I’m rapping non African Tongue/
Still an African Son, Bumping African drums, Repping Africa, Wait for the Africans Come…
ni word of mouth skia,
unaweza trace nkiwacha historia/
nevertheless, mengi nachangia,
ka hukujua hii ndo njia/
ni soulfood kwa bro, asionje powder/
ku-trade wisdom across borders
kando ya caravans za carmels,
bidhaa za China ma-enamel
zaidi ya meditation kwa bars,
elavate mindstate zina scars
burning grass tukingoja rainy season/
tidal waves na typhoons nki-turn seas on
bado ni jamii ina-suffer,
lipa bills bila supper/
Na-explore Africa,dark continent mwangaza umefika/
Hope kuwajibika, spread umoja fikra naandika/

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West Africa's no. 1 celebrity showbiz reporter, Ameyaw Kissi Debrah featured Fecko's latest pan-African musical collaboration "Raw African Poetry" on his website (, and the song was also posted on several other popular Ghanaian showbiz websites such as,, et al. The post even made it to Top Africa news at the time. Read more