Video: Wande Coal Features On Afro B’s Amina (Remix)

Wande Coal
UK afrobeat sensation Afro B featured Nigerian star Wande Coal on his new tune titled ‘Amina’. 

Wande Coal did justice to his own part of the track.

Watch the video below:

Artist: Afro B featuring Wande Coal
Song Title: Amina (Remix)
Genre: Afropop, Latin Pop
Album: TBA
Date of release: February 3, 2020
Label: Empire
Producer: Team Salut
Video Director: Roland Gogo

About Wande Coal

Wande Coal

Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe, popularly known as Wande Coal started his musical career in the teenage choir at his church. He got his break in the entertainment industry as a dancer and was later signed by Don Jazzy into Mo’Hits records in 2006.

Ololufe’s first album has been described as one of the greatest love-centered albums ever written by a Nigerian.

The “iskaba” crooner has won several awards from the next rated hip-hop world award 2008 to artist of the year 2010 City People award.

About Afro B

Wande Coal

Ross-Emmanuel Bayeto, popularly known as Afro B is a British DJ, singer and songwriter known for his hit song “Drogba (Joanna)”.

From an interview conducted by Red Bull, here’s what Afro B had to say for himself:

Hi Afro B. How did you get involve in music?

I’ve always been into music – I used to play the piano in church. I’m from south London, Greenwich, and I used to put on events for the youth. We ran a night called All Star Skankers, [collaborator] Kenny Allstar was also a member of that team. From then I started DJing, then the artist thing followed after that.

What were people calling the music back then – and what do you call it now?

When I first started playing the sound, it was mainly called Afrobeats. There wasn’t really the fusion that’s happening right now – it was more authentic sounds from artists from Africa. It’s hard to come up with a name, because there’s UK Afrobeats, and then there’s the sort of music that the likes of J Hus, Kojo Funds and myself are doing.

I call it Afrowave – it’s a sort of fusion of hip-hop, dancehall and Afrobeat melodies, all in one. The lyrics make it a UK sound but the actual beat and the melodies expand out to Africa. I actually think African audiences enjoy the more rap-led thing more, because it’s so different to what they’re used to hearing.


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