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Ghanaian Afrobeat artist Brazzi releases new bilingual fusion song 'Obaa Hemaa'

In recent years, Afrobeat music has taken the global stage being loved by music lovers around the world. Brazzi's new bilingual, Afro-Pop fusion song 'Obaa Hemaa' produced by Steve Rawd with sound engineer Almighty Tei it's a fantastic hybrid of Western and African music elements. With a slow, grooving Afrobeat clave, perfectly delivered vocal performance, rich in emotional timbres, and diverse dynamic range, it's impossible not to get hooked.

It's hard to believe that Brazzi is only 22 years old. Making music that sounds mature and well-polished. Influenced by Burnaboy, Wizkid, Olamide, Buju, Cavemen, and MeekMill; his music is honest, organic, and real—the kind of stuff you want to listen to on a road trip with your best friends. And if you're looking for an artist who isn't afraid to experiment with new sounds and styles, Brazzi is your guy.

He grew up in Ghana, where he established quite the reputation as the front of Ghanaian Afrobeat music. Despite being a music lover since childhood, Brazzi's first professional release was just two years ago when he released his debut single 'Somemu' in 2020. Following the success of this release, Brazzi has gone on to continue pursuing his musical talents and credits his inspirational force as his late brother Isaac who laid his musical foundation by gifting him an acoustic guitar. The honest and organic nature of Brazzi's music is what makes him so remarkable - a guaranteed future in the Afrobeat genre!

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