Prettyboy D-O is back with his first post-Everything Pretty single titled ‘Dey Go Hear Wehh‘. Keeping up with the intensity that came with visuals for ‘Pull Up‘ With Santi, a standout single off the last tape, D-O is dishing out another ‘Culte‘ anthem that’d fill you up with adrenaline.
On the high energy dancehall-influenced record, Prettyboy D-O comes for non-believers and detractors, assuring us that they will soon be shocked beyond measure. D-O delievers frisky verses over the hard-hitting instrumental before coming through with the highly infectious hook cut from a popular Nigerian pidgin dictum.
Enjoy the single above.
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Palmwine Music Vol. 1 was nothing short of a commercial success and the movement continued last year with SDC’s first headline event, the Palmwine Music Festival. It wouldn’t be farfetched to say that SDC added a masterful Pop twist to traditional Highlife music to create the new genre that is Palmwine Music and the success of the sound has inspired the direction of many young Nigerian talents. Palmwine Music 2 features returnees like BOJ, Ajebutter22 and POE with added flavour from Palmwine Music freshers Lady Donli, Nonso Amadi, Moelogo, Tomi Agape, Flash, Falana, Burna Boy and Ghana’s Worlasi.
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By Victor Aderibigbe — 10 months ago
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By Victor Aderibigbe — 1 year ago
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Produced by the acclaimed ‘alte playmaker’, GMK, BOJ recruits a team of Ghana’s finest acts Kwesi Arthur, Darko Vibes and Joey B who did not fail to bring an international flavour to the scintillating jam. The song also features additional vocals by Zamir and guitar by friend-of-the-family, Tomi Thomas.
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