Bashwa and Segy P collaborate on New Track
Describing his musical style as “dancehall with a mix of pop and R&B”, Bashwa’s love affair with music developed when he was merely a high school student.
After he recorded his first demo CD, rave reviews from his friends inspired him to hone his skills and take music more seriously.
Fast forward to 2017 – his latest project, a collaboration with Segy-P, is a single called Evil Mi Evil, which was released worldwide in early September. The single came to life after Segy-P gave Bashwa a call to be a part of a project he was working on; together they listened to the beat, the lyrics flowed, then the vocals shortly after and the rest is history.
The track has a hard-hitting dancehall vibe that has become a mainstay at many local events and especially in May Pen where he is from. In the short time since the song’s release, it has already been gaining international recognition, a huge feat for the artist.
“I even got a call from Uganda, fans from over there are telling me that this song is a sure hit; to be honest I didn’t even know I had fans in Uganda. This is just a wonderful feeling knowing that people love my music.”
The catchy beat is enough to get people dancing, and if the reviews are any indication of success then Bashwa is well on his way.
The accompanying video has been recently released and has made its way to various local stations and is racking up quite the views on YouTube.
Bashwa says he is set to release more singles soon under his B13 Records alongside his business partner DJ Andre.
“I am always working to keep my fans entertained; look out for more things to come from me including upcoming shows and new music.”
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