1. Amapiano Juice Cannon 3:12

Lifted from his EP, ‘Live My Life 4′, which explores the themes of love, betrayal and redemption, Juice Cannon’s latest single ‘Amapiano’ (Zulu for Piano), depicts a tale when love is not replicated, over a smooth afterhours blend of Afrobeats, Hip-Hop and R&B.

For anyone who has been in a relationship that’s going nowhere, Juice Cannon drives home the message that rings throughout the track – don’t get played like a piano.

Born in Nigeria, Juice Cannon, who currently resides in New York, has a solid music career, stretching back to 2010, making his mark in New York’s underground Hip-Hop scene. Seven years into the game, he decided to change direction and experiment with various sounds through his mixtape, ‘Sugarwater’, which garnered over 100K streams, thanks to his breakthrough single from the set, ‘Naija Girls’.

Armed with an impressive discography which earned him over 500k to date, Juice Cannon is aiming to create the same buzz on the international stage – just as he did in the Big Apple and across the USA.

SOURCE: Official Bio

LINKS:
https://www.facebook.com/JuiceCannon1
https://www.instagram.com/juicecannontm
https://open.spotify.com/artist/5OKFfjuYW5V5Ibx257COHZ?si=8M9Yq3SjSpWpIeCnBYeBtA

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