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Listen UP: Ghanaian-German musician, Inusa Dawuda out with “Hold My Hands”



Inusa Dawuda, the Ghanaian-German musician has done it again with what he is noted for with his latest release, “Hold My Hands”. The song done in Inusa’s trademark voice is sure to get him attention in his home-country Ghana where not much is known about him.

Inusa, who said he was inspired to get into the studios to master the song with the beats provided by Bushbeatz a.k.a Deriboy through the lyrics written by the the Ghanaian journalist and writer Francis Kokutse, his childhood friend is very sure of the success of “Hold My Hands”. Dery Korbieh of Bushbeatz in Accra, Ghana provided the beats in an earlier release in the soulful RnB style beats for the original version.

Inusa, known for his international hits like “Morning Light”, Rumors-Digi Digi, Down Down and many more, gave it life with his distinctive singing voice, melody and saxophone performance. He later added a nifty, warm version of reggae to top it off. After working on ‘True Love’ for the first time in 2015, an earlier collaboration of the three, Inusa, Francis and Dery, which was released with a team in France, this time, he has decided to get attention in Ghana.
Music lovers are promised another beautiful and positive love song by the trio for airplay and dance floors.