DJ Soupamodel ft Vector – Take Over

Post by Ovie O, June 18th, 2013

DJ Soupamodel brings dubstep to our doorstep with “Take Over” featuring Vector.

“After releasing her 1st single ” Number” ft Day 26, 2nd single “Ms international” ft. Beenie Man and Wizkid, world renowned female producer and Africa’s 1st female DJ who’s resume includes (Tpain, T.I, Jason Derulo, Mims, etc) releases her 3rd single off the upcoming “WHO IS DJSOUPAMODEL PROJECT”.

She introduces to the World and Africa, a GAME CHANGING BEAT. (which she produced, mixed and mastered! 100%)

Diversity, blood rushing, high intensity, weirdness, ARE all words that describe #TAKEOVER. This is not your usual sound! Vector the Viper skillfully takes on the challenge and laces his lyrics skillfully to create a masterpiece, showing why he’s one not to be slept on! This is not the first time he’s showcased his diversity and he proved this on his “born leader” track featuring Movado.

#TAKEOVER depicts, “aggressively and passionately going after a dream to make it a reality”! According to DJ Soupamodel, I’m a female producer. I produce ALL my tracks. I LOVE suprising people and I accept challenges. You go left and I go far right!

This is the NEW “NEWNESS” – No wash down “kick, congo, and snare” only tracks!

Lets get right to it! It’s TAKEOVER SEASON!”

*O.O*

DJSOUPAMODEL FT VECTOR (TAKEOVER)

Produced by DJ Soupamodel [DOWNLOAD]

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26 Responses to “DJ Soupamodel ft Vector – Take Over”

  1. NA ME TALK AM says:

    FIRST!!!! AND YES VECTOR IS A MONSTER!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. ☤✡ Angel Junkie ✡☤ says:

    Vector brought this one home as expected… keepin an eye on this female dj

  3. theLASTMAN Ψ ︻╦╤─ says:

    Its a good day out for VEC whose style i'm still trying to get to grips with after many years…as a consumer of dubstep i reckon it will never go mainstream in naija nevertheless good work DJ soupamodel.

    • Bolaji says:

      Plan is to have an international appeal, Not jut NAIJA!

      • theLASTMAN Ψ ︻╦╤─ says:

        been a dubstep fan since 2006 i'm listening to skrillex and monstercat this minute and i'm fully in touch with the demographic for this genre…funny how the word "international" is used as a battle axe in naija nowadays. Ironically, the imported music we refer to as international music is a by-product of passion and love for craft which then took on a life of its own to become export quality. Fela,Asa,Nneka,2face…what do these have in common? You simply can't court international appeal, that would be putiing the cart before the horse but i do wish Dj Soupamodel success for taking the road less travelled.

      • @activ8ed says:

        I dont see pure dubstep being accepted by a great multitude in Nigeria. It's not just what people listen to here. I'll like to see how some of our artist experiment with it and try to maybe create some afro-influence in it. Don Jazzy tried a little bit on one of D'prince's songs (dont remember which right now) and Ajebutter has tried it as well. Let see how it goes.

    • SolitudeDaChosen says:

      I disagree to an extent. I think music is taking a different tone in Africa as a whole and Naija is contributing its fair share, though in my opinion not entirely open minded yet. I think Dubstep (and its customized versions) will gain ground even if not as popular as the typical hiphop sound or hilife

      • theLASTMAN Ψ ︻╦╤─ says:

        bro I agree with your disagreement(lol) in the sense that the modern african sound is highly influenced by other sounds and many fusions are being created. It can't be ruled out that a variant of dubsteb might very possibly gain foothold in naija in tiny circles in future, however just like rock, heavy metal, grunge etc…the instruments,pitches,tempos in fact the very composition of this music is at odds with the natural sound and rhythm that appeal to the african. So many environmental/sociological factors affect musical affinities of studied groups. Here's why Tungba music which we love to hate is the definitive sound of the new naija afrobeat.

      • SolitudeDaChosen says:

        True. Slowly it might register and you're right about the naija sound (to paraphrase) part of it. It will likely register more in South Africa before anyhere else. They have their dance/House/Electro-pop thing going on down there.

      • The end part of D'Prince – Take banana video comes to mind

  4. Max Chy Egwuatu says:

    "U HAD A DREAM LIKE JOSEPH, CAN U DEFINE IT, I HOPE U ARE YOBO ENOUGH."..:)))) VECTOR U NO GO KILL PERSON OOO.

  5. SolitudeDaChosen says:

    Hell yes!! my sis DJ SOUPAMODEL delivered on this one and Vector killed it. Nice to see some innovation

  6. Godsluv22 says:

    Nice….

  7. Yoboenough IaM says:

    Vector is some cray guy "you have a dream like Joseph.Can you defend it? I hope say you are Yobo enough…… lol

  8. del says:

    Jheeezzzz – who is this dj supermodel? bas asss beat

  9. Who Dex Vex says:

    Chai! Who is dis producer? Vector dey vexxxxx! Mad track

  10. Omooba001 says:

    Me i f with this oooo…i like it so much….

  11. dtyungman says:

    MR VECTOR…U FUCKIN AWESOME!!!

  12. Ondun.. VEC still the best!

  13. DJ IMAX says:

    ITS NOT A MATTER OF THIS APPEALING TO JUST NIGERIANS! ITS AN INTERNATIONAL TRACK. END OF STORY! GET OVER YOURSELVES WITH THE OVER ANALYZING! THIS IS NOT ONLY FEATURED ON NAIJA BLOGS BUT TONS OF INTERNATIONAL ONES AS WELL. SIT DOWN AND JUST ENJOY THE MUSIC OR SKIP TO THE NEXT ONE. THANKS.

    • theLASTMAN Ψ ︻╦╤─ says:

      bro some people take things at face value, others think it through then debate ideas and exchange/pursue knowledge. Such is the burden of people who seek enlightenment. I prefer overanalysis to oversimplification and your "sit down…or skip" sounds like an oversimplification… meanwhile, why r u typing in all caps?

  14. poise says:

    I AM SOOOOO FEELING DIS ISSHHH MEHNNNNNNNNNNN

  15. Critically analyzing, the instrumental doesn’t sound stable. Beats could change, but then it shld be appealing to the ears and not change the way it hits the mind. VEC was playful as usual. Dj supermodel, nice try.

  16. Claudy says:

    I’m loving dis diss track,reminisce don enter am with dis track

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