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Reggae/Roots Life artist, Black-I's set for two hot new singles, September 3



With the launch of his debut album “African Skies” earlier this year, Black-I has steadily become a household name in the Reggae/Roots Life scenes both in Ghana and abroad. On September 3,  Black-I’s two highly-anticipated new singles “Bisa wo ho” and “Jah write pan de wall” are set to be released. With songs like “Asante Mama”, “Tiniino kwanno” and  “He would be there” from the African Skies album already dominating the airwaves, Black-I will continue to lead the roots-life music revolution with his new singles “Bisa wo ho” and “Jah write pan de wall”. These two singles produced by Golden Child of Blaza Music Group defines Black-I’s musical qualities and reaffirms his position as a formidable force in the reggae/roots life music industry. “Bisa wo ho” has a classical reggae feel while simultaneously interlacing cross over beats. This song reveals Black-I’s versatility and musical skill; the lyrics are thought-provoking and combined with powerful harmony and striking beats, fans are certain to find this single stirring. Passionately interweaving two of his native languages, Black-I talks about Africa/ Ethiopia, sending his  message in a crystal clear manner – “ask yourself what have you done for this black nation, What are you doing for the children, If you’re not there who would remember you, Remember the stick used for tachie would be for baar (twi proverb)”. “Jah write pan de wall” which is the second single being released, has a more dancehall vibe. With this song Black-I touches on popular themes of Rastafari, Repatriation and Revelation. Black-I’s unique way of delivering his message sets him apart as one of the most anticipated and respected reggae/roots life artists. His conscious lyrics and overall mission to inspire and uplift African youth are ever-present in these two singles.]]>

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