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From Pitori to Paris, Focalistic’s dreams come true
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From Pitori to Paris, Focalistic’s dreams come true

After taking hold of Lagos, Accra, Dar-Es-Salam and London, Focalistic recently made a Paris capsize, a turning point in his career. An opportunity to take a look with him at his journey, from an ambitious rapper to the “President of the streets”.

DJ Neptune, the stars spell Greatness
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DJ Neptune, the stars spell Greatness

PAM spoke with DJ Neptune about his epic career on the eve of Greatness 2.0, the star studded sophomore album that combines the elements of his disc jockey come up and the global reach of Nigeria’s premier tastemaker.

Night Embassy Johannesburg: disturbing the Jozi nightlife
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Night Embassy Johannesburg: disturbing the Jozi nightlife

The residency program, sponsored by Jägermeister, gives new direction to nightlife culture with four main events showcasing different artforms and fostering community. The concept of “Freiraum”, a space for “unbridled self-expression and unlimited creativity”, is […]

Stonebwoy and Focalistic team up on “Ariba”
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Stonebwoy and Focalistic team up on “Ariba”

The Ghanaian dancehall star returns with a new single, recorded and shot in Ghana with South African rapper Focalistic, ahead of #Album 5.  As one of the most important West African dancehall and reggae singers, […]

The best music videos of summer 2021
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The best music videos of summer 2021

To avoid falling into back-to-school hopelessness, PAM offers you a list of the best music videos of summer 2021, to keep the same energy at the office as at the club.

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Focalistic drops highly anticipated single “Gupta”
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Focalistic drops highly anticipated single “Gupta”

The song has been trending for a month, but the studio version is now finally available.

Focalistic’s Sghubu Ses Excellent: a walk in the streets of South Africa
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Focalistic’s Sghubu Ses Excellent: a walk in the streets of South Africa

The Pretoria rapper had warned us with his tagline “ase trap tse ke pina tsa ko kasi”: it’s not trap, it’s real ghetto music. Three years ago, Focalistic was still unknown to the general public. […]