Melcube, a veteran Cameroonian rapper under the label Mic Maniacs Music Group releases his second musical exploit online titled “Songs I Never Released” The album which is a perfect of Cameroonian hip hop centers on the general atmosphere in the country at the moment. The album covers a wide range of themes, from, stagnation/growth, corruption, moral decadence, domestic violence, brain drainage and war. Recorded in Bangkok, Thailand and Douala, Cameroon the album is some sort a coat of many colors.
The colors on the cover are symbolic too, with the black for all the negativity faced by the artist during the two year production period of the album and the red for the blood that is being spilled in the streets every day.
The album closes with an afro beat love song. As a reminder to the listeners that after everything LOVE concludes all.
The album can be purchased and/or listened via the various online stores
Below is an attached mp3 and link to one of the songs from the album as well as the album covers and promo pics.
Labels: Music/Videos, Releases