AML Approved Artist: Xtatic – ‘WILD!’ & ‘Hit ‘Em Up’ @XtaticSamz

Xtatic WILDYoung talent coming out of Kenya. She is also signed to RCA Sony Entertainment just like D”Banj. Y’all really didn’t think I’mma sleep on that signing, did ya? I’ll speak on it soon. Interesting moves by Sony Music/RCA Records/Rockstar4000, all around, with our African rockstar artists.”

“WILD!” is the first single to be released through RCA Africa since Xtatic signed her groundbreaking multi-album deal with Sony Music Entertainment Africa. Produced by hot new producers ‘The Fahrenheitz’, WILD!” is already impacting on radio across Africa and is a first taste of what’s to come from Xtatic’s debut album due out early 2013. . .

“Hit ‘Em Up” is Xtatic’s hot new single and video-a new club banging hard-hitting hip hop track produced by The Fahrenheitz-which sees Africa’s hottest new femcee Xtatic teaming up with Award Winning Hip Hop Artist AKA and newcomer Priddy Ugly.

“Hit ‘em Up” is the follow on from Xtatic’s debut release “WILD!” and starts revealing just the tip of the iceberg of the diversity and talent from this rising star.

The video was directed by Matt Stonier from Mustard Post who also directed Xtatic’s — “Wild” video.

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