JJC – We are Africans

Remember JJC, the UK dwelling Nigerian producer of Big Brovaz fame? A couple of years back he released a solo effort ‘Atide’, then became presenter of BBC 1Xtra’s African show (currently hosted by dj Edu). He is back with a new single and video, preceding a new album. This one could become big! Don’t just take our word for it. […]

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Remember JJC, the UK dwelling Nigerian producer of Big Brovaz fame? A couple of years back he released a solo effort ‘Atide’, then became presenter of BBC 1Xtra’s African show (currently hosted by dj Edu). He is back with a new single and video, preceding a new album. This one could become big! Don’t just take our word for it. First up, here’s the audio. Click through to see the video…

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From the announcement of the video shoot: “The video is a celebration of African pride and heritage and the way it has influenced our current social trends. The aim is to take us away from the hate filled perception of the past to a more co-existent world where Blacks, Whites and everything in between can live peacefully in harmony and pride with each other. The video content features successful role-models and an appreciation for life and culture.”

14 Comments
  1. Babuu 8 years ago

    Nothing to say about the song..its wicked…and the video is so nice..
    classic one..

  2. JJC & 419 squad were one of the early pioneers. D’Banj even did music with them back in the day in London and now he’s winning MTV awards all over africa …y’all need some D’Banj videos on this website http://www.nigeriamusicmovement.com/index.php/dbanj-playlist-youtube

  3. yinka 8 years ago

    I think the video is very nice

  4. Anonymous 8 years ago

    nice music i like it n i will always remember them afro kuulioz music
    the rock ma world n they r the best eva ily

  5. krazykat 8 years ago

    da musik is fulkin bloody get grooving

  6. Rawarea 8 years ago

    dat song is off the hook those guys are gud thats all i can say

  7. tai chi 8 years ago

    extremely cool music. nice beat

  8. Ese 8 years ago

    this jamz is really representing

  9. ziomal 8 years ago

    crazy beat and chorus.
    Greetz from Poland. Greetz for the real one. 🙂

  10. Gbenga 7 years ago

    You all need to see my 2year old song sing and dance to it.
    I love the song

  11. Zel Vader 7 years ago

    Sooooooooooooooooo I’ve never listened to african-rap before, I usually stick to American or Brazilian rap. But I must say Africans are GETTING IT! Y’all should be played on the radio foreal-foreal.

    all luh from da south-side!
    (u.s that is)

  12. thandie 7 years ago

    this song is crackin fam wuw keep it up jjc

  13. fati 6 years ago

    Am ghanaian,but this guy is the best musician in nigeria,and one of the best in Africa as a whole,not only bcos of his voice but the also the message .What makes it special is that it touches every black person heart and make those who r dark yet still feel they are not africans.Good work out there,bro keep it up,we need more.All africans shd partronise him by buying his cd.

  14. U. Pius 6 years ago

    hmm… pretty cool music! … has the tendency to drift one from the GROUND to the EXCITED state.

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