by: michael eli dokosi /                                   

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samini-xposedAfro-pop and reggae-dancehall veteran, Samini has assembled a crack team on his new offering ‘Xposed’ featuring Bastero, D-Sherif, Rudebwoy Ranking and Hus Eugene.

Following in the footsteps of Edem who scouted for emerging rappers to feature on his ‘Egboame’ remix as did Sarkodie for his ‘Trumpet’ project, the man who staged a musical coup against then heavyweights Yoggy Doggy and Ronny Coaches went to town to bring brilliant and emerging dancehall minds all under one roof for the Xposed Project.

Bastero opens the attack with an effortless delivery while Samini offers the chorus //none of dem bad like we//

The hook was simple yet it carried the music underlying the fact that Samini who has fought many battles and has the scars to show for is firmly large and in charge till he officially retires.

D-Sherif makes an entry with his fragile and delicate voice.

Then Rudebwoy Ranking takes aim in an intense and fiery delivery. His flow is impressive showing that the mad man of dancehall remains a potent threat.

Hus Eugene takes over in his heavy textured voice with crispy pacy delivery.

This is a commendable delivery from the High Grade camp worthy of repetition for others to be roped in for future projects.

Enjoy ‘Xposed’ from Samini:


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