DIDIDAADA, A Hit Song By Gibrilville, Now Has A Music Video. 

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Afrobeat as we all know is going global and thumbs up to our artists for making us proud and taking music to another level.

Gibril Adedayo Hassan Mansaray, popularly known by his stage name Gibrilville, a Ghanaian-born Nigerian singer, has released the much-anticipated video for his hit song ‘Dididaada,’ which features Ghanaian-Romanian musician Wanlov the Kubolor. 

Gibrilville is one of the most innovative Afrobeats musicians working today. 

The musician hopes to create a big impact with the song ‘Dididaada,’ with the artwork for the music video appearing on billboards in the United States and Ghana.

 His EP is slated to be released in the summer of 2022, with an album following in the winter.

His contagious style and lyrical prowess have garnered him praise from music fans all throughout Africa.

The gifted vocalist sings “Ghana, Dididaada” in the new track, which translates to “Ghana shall eat forever” in Asante, referring to the prosperity that his nation is blessed with.

 Making music is as crucial to a bilingual artist as eating and sleeping.

Gibrilville teamed with record producer Jaysynths to create a distinct sound, embracing his signature Afrobeats style. Percussive Afrobeats anchor the song’s rhythm, which is complemented with guitar, piano, and synth pulses to produce an appealing and captivating piece.

We hope for great hit songs from him and collaborations with other artists.

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