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Dj Scorty Blakk Throws More Light On Ampiano Sounds In His “Fuse Mixtape”, 2nd Episode

Ampiano sounds is more than a love—it’s an obsession. From the world of afrobeat which Africans claimed and had been pushing to world as whole to

Releasing his best works yet, Dj Scorty Blakk is out with the second episode of his “Fuse Mixtape, giving music lovers and his fans the best Ampiano sounds of today. A tape with guest appearances from the fast rising Chief One, the indominatable King Enam, and more ampiano crooners.

After debuting his first episode of the “Fuse Mixtape” a comprises of Afrobeat, Dancehall, trap and other genres, he’s back with the second episode and this time around DJ Scorty is going all ampiano sounds on the tape. Spanning 83 songs and almost 1HR – 46mins, 16 seconds from start to finish, the good vibes, bubbly beats, and disorder of that tape are the base of everything his “Fuse” Ep.02  would become.

During the course of this this year,  Dj Scorty Blakk has been on a prolific mixtape run with a sound that’s as upbeat in spirit as it is overwhelming.

In a post on his Facebook page, the DJ of 27, apologizes for how late the “Fuse Mixtape Episode 02” came in and stated categorically that it was sponsored by singer King Enam. It reads “sorry for the delay, download a copy, do have Ampiano Day.”

“The Fuse Ep 02 got sponsored by King Enam and his team,” Dj Scorty Blakk posted this on July 2nd when he geared towards the release of the tape.

Download Mixtape:  DOWNLOAD

You can also check his recently released freestyle routine dubbed “Hands Up” on YouTube.




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