Looking to leave an unforgettable imprint on the Afrobeats scene, the Mavin Records artist Magixx releases Shaye taken from his brand new Atom EP
Lagos-born Magixx describes his sound as Afro-fusion and his Atom EP highlights his versatility as an artist. Following on from the singer’s self-titled extended play release last year, Magixx EP, which presented a different Magixx at every turn. Whereas on his Atom EP you can really hear the development of Magixx, where he’s begun to settle into his own style with his distinct charisma.
Lead single Shaye comes with a party vibe, it has Amapiano undertones leading into a strong hook with an overall Afropop feel-good sound throughout, which really highlights the afro-fusion description that Magixx gives himself.
Atom is heavily laden with Yoruba and Pidgin whilst fusing in the English language too, showcasing his sublime silky vocals along with smooth melodies which sets him apart from his peers in the industry.
Magixx swears by the legends that have come before him, yet he is not shy in his ambition to also leave a legacy for those that are coming after. In his words; ‘I want to make music that speaks for itself and create a sound that will always remind the coming generation that Magixx was here’
Only a year into his journey, Magixx is already consistently hitting those high streaming numbers with over half a million monthly listeners and previous releases such as Love Don’t Cost A Dime well into the millions.
The brand new Atom EPfrom Lagos born Afrobeats artist Magixx via Mavin Records (home to Rema, Ayra Starr, Johnny Drill, Crayon, Ladipoe).
Atom highlights Magixx’ versatility as an artist, with lead single Shaye offering Amapiano and Afropop feel to create a welcoming party fusion.
Take a listen here:
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