Review: Dice Ailes - Pim Pim (feat. Olamide)

Review: Dice Ailes – Pim Pim (feat. Olamide)

by Soundstroke Phoenixon June 2, 2020
Dice Ailes released an afro-pop record a while back titled, Pim Pim. The record features Olamide and was produced by Cracker Mallo. Read the review below: 0shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest


by Soundcheckon May 27, 2020
Top Skilled DJ, DJ Spinall team up with talented singer, Dice Ailes on this track titled ‘Pressure’. 0shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest

Review: Dice Ailes - Ginika

Review: Dice Ailes – Ginika

by Soundstroke Phoenixon November 1, 2019
Nigerian rapper and singer, Dice Ailes released a new single in the early hours of October 30, 2019. It is titled. Ginika and it was produced by Kel P. Since he released the song, Dice Ailes has received a lot of social media backlash for using the artwork of Sarah Baartman. Sarah Baartman was a ...
Review: Falz x Dice Ailes – Alakori

Review: Falz x Dice Ailes – Alakori

by SoundStroke Sonicon June 14, 2019
SONIC SOUL! Lyrics: Falz x Dice Ailes – Alakori [Intro] Yeah… [Pre-Chorus – Dice Ailes] All the girls know Gucci, Prada lo wo si’se lo wo s’ori Came through dripping, about me Bout me you came to test me, e ba mi o Can’t control me, can’t control, I’m angry, can’t console me Can’t control […]

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Review: Dice Ailes x Soji – Diceyyy

by SoundStroke Sonicon November 19, 2018
SONIC EXPERIENCE! “All the fine fine girls, them love me now [Diceyyyy]Guys them too, them feel me [Diceyyyy]Miracle boy [Diceyyyy]Mo ko e je gan [Diceyyyy]” Chocolate City new act Dice Ailes has released his second single. An Afropop self-eulogising single. After enjoying a little st...


Review: Dice Ailes – Enough For You

by SoundStroke Sonicon October 8, 2018
Dice Ailes is no longer a new name in the Music Industry, at least he is not supposed to be, having signed a contract with Chocolate City record label 2014. Got the rookie of the year award at the headies in 2016 and got a breakthrough hit, “Miracle”. So why does almost every music fa...