‘The Way I Move’ marks another milestone for Ghanaian reggae/dancehall superstar Shatta Wale & Jamaican rising female Contender, Shenseea.
Shatta Wale, who has been reaping success since 2013, is making strides not only on the continent of Africa, but also in the UK, Europe, America, Jamaica and the rest of the Caribbean. He won ‘Artiste of the Year’ in 2014 for the first time in Ghana and also managed to garner corporate endorsements.
Shenseea, one of the fastest rising female sensations in Jamaica right now, is carving her name not only in the hearts of her fans, but also on the international scene through collaborations with her adorable presence. This stapled her space in the dancehall fraternity, with three major corporate endorsements already under her belt. she shows no sign of slowing down.
Indeed 2017 was a great year for both entertainers and the genre (Dancehall).
‘The Way I Move’ track, produced by YGF Records & Legendary G is definitely for all music lovers, it’s the first release from YGF’s EP, Titled: Growth “The Rise Of Dancehall Pop”.
The track introduces Shenseea’s vocal abilities in a sexy and sultry way, while Shatta Wale’s growl marinates the melodic rhythm. Contemporary, but yet nostalgic almost mimicking “The Beauty and the Beast”.
This is definitely a treat for pop music lovers locally and internationally, which will have them grooving to its bouncing tempo and symphonic tone. Ridwaan Razak, Guyanese Producer and composer has definitely influenced this project with his unique style of fusing different genres such as dancehall, pop, soca, reggae, edm along with his unique usage of Indian sounds and flutes.
The Growth EP will also have other collaborations and singles by; Vershon, Deep Jahi, Devin Di Dakta, Jahvillani, TBankzz and LegendaryG.
Credits – Growth Ep “The Rise Of Dancehall Pop”
Ricardo ‘Redboomsupamix’ Reid
Raynado ‘ Steeno’ Harrison
Special thanks to: Kim’s Media House, Romeich Entertainment, Actyah Entertainment, IRIE FM Zojak Worldwide and last but not least, the fans of both Shenseea & Shatta Wale.
Source: Beenie Words