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With a killer beat and hook, you can move mountains in Nigerian music. The song “This Girl (Kupedekale)” by M-KAZE has both elements in abundance. It gets you moving from the onset. Produced by Indiana.

One recording artist who’s certain to shake the Nigerian music industry soon is M-Kaze. With more than 20 songs already recorded and a couple of videos shot, Emmanuel Clement Azivudu is far from an upcoming artist. He started his professional career as a member of the group QUEST & M-KAZE in 2004, then went solo in 2006.

M-Kaze has released several singles and compilations including “Psycho”, “U Be the One”, “U Can Be Me”, “Do Good”, “Kpom Love Gi”, “I Bin No Know”, “Change (situation)”, “Sugar Banana”, and “Why E Be Say”, in which he featured Duncan Mighty for his fans in Port Harcourt, and now, he’s set for the entire Nigerian Music Industry, and the world at last.

The artist also goes by another nom-de-guerre, Psycho King, which is not far from his personality. In 2009 M-Kaze bagged the award of Artiste of the year at the first edition of Port-Harcourt music award which he personally returned. “Psycho World” is the latest release by M-Kaze, and his Lagos-based label, AMA Sound, didn’t waste time in contracting the services of one of Nigeria’s most gifted video directors, Patrick Ellis to put together a befitting  video.

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