11 August 2017

Gambia: Smart Breezy Set for New Single

Upcoming Gambian hip-hop artiste, Smart Breezy is set to drop a new single called "Jodoh Nanit".

The song to be release in August 24 2017, was recorded, and mastered by Endy RECORDS, situated at Brusubi. Smart Breyz burst onto the scene in 2014 and since then he is showing no sign of slowing down.

In an interview with What's On, the young star revealed that the passion he has for music makes him take it as a profession, saying he was inspired by some of the world's renowned stars.

"I also aspire to brand my own. So far I have released five songs plus the upcoming new song. The song is basically talks about ladies particularly those who think to live vanity life."

The song, he added, also talks about some awful behaviors, which he said, are so much rampant nowadays in the city.

"I have encountered some misunderstanding with some artistes, Djs, promoters and fans too. I will take this opportunity to speak deep down from my heart as it is never easy to live in this world without hurting anyone, although when we do we apologize too".

He urged to support his music and that his song always have to do with the public either directly or indirectly.

He thanked his family, fans and his management team NKK Music Movement for the support, promising that he will make a difference so as to catapult the country's music to the next level.


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