AFTER the release of his hit banger onto the Ghanaian music market last year, Bullhaus Entertainment’s talented musician, NaturalFaCe, is fast becoming a force to reckon with in the department of dancehall music in Africa.
The track “BodySet” which featured Ghana Music Awards winning artiste Trigmatic received amazingly wonderful reviews from several music lovers nationwide as well as heavy rotations on several radio and television platforms.
Come Wednesday July 18th 2012, which happens to be his birthday, will forever remain as a memorable day for lovers of good music and especially fans of the inimitable dancehall artiste, NaturalFaCe, as he prepares to make the headlines once again.
The artiste heavily influenced by inspirational reggae songs will be releasing two new singles on radio that day.
Titled “So High”, the first single is a love tune, which chronicles the life of a guy who finds himself caught in love with a lady, delivery on the song I must say is outstanding. The song goes on to describe man how the guy is “So High” on love for the lady comparatively to being high in the sky, song features a Netherland based artiste Charles Kwasi.
NaturalFaCe shows his versatility on the second single which features Merqury Quaye of Alantis Radio and titled “I Dey Feel You”. It is a fast tempo song which sees NaturalFaCe bringing to the fore an alternative approach in his delivery.
The releases will be followed by the premiere of an exciting video for the track “So High” on July 21st 2012 at the 2131 Tavern, Osu here in Accra. Video directed by Golden Eye Studios. The coming weeks promises to be fun with some great works from NaturalFaCe.
Source: Bulldog | Bullhaus Entertainment
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