21 February 2013

Ghana: Chase Drops 'Marry Me Tonight'

Award-winning Ghanaian musician, Chase, born Fianko Bossman, touched the hearts of many lovers on St. Valentine's Day with the release of his latest single titled, 'Marry Me Tonight'.

The song was specially released for lovers yesterday February 14, and was comprehensively downloaded across the country and beyond including Nigeria, UK and United States of America.

Backed by some soothing and cool rhythms, the love song delves deep into lovers' inner feelings.

Chase expresses his love and fear of losing his lover and pleaded with her to marry him 'tonight' because he can't afford to lose her to another person.

The song does not only have an international flavor but the type that lovers can use to rejuvenate their broken relationship or make things work in their love relationship.

Chase is often described as Ghana's R&B sensation. Currently, his two new singles, 'Lonely' and 'Fire', are enjoying great rotation on the airwaves, the same way it's being downloaded via iTunes purchase.

Chase is a talented musician and songwriter with unique skills. Unlike of most of his pals, he does not do things in a rush for fame. He has been around for some time now and is doing marvelously well but maintaining a low profile.

He wrote the songs 'Leave Me Alone' by Mimi and 'When I Get U' by Richie among other several others.

He was behind the scenes until his became popular with the release of his hit song, 'Tell Me Your Name' featuring Paedae of R2Bees. Since then, he has won the hearts of music lovers who can't resist his style whenever he drops a new song.

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