Trayc Selasi’s official video for her latest single “Bottom Power” has been buzzing for some time now, and it isn’t shocking why!
Filmed in South London and directed by Alexx Adjei(PPV), the video matches the songs upbeat and sugar-sweet melody with a catchy dance routine and eye-catching sultry moments. “Bottom Power” is the first taste off her debut EP, due for release next year.
Trayc Co-wrote the song with era-defining Fuse ODG who she toured with internationally and performed at the Ghana Music Awards 2013, Glastonbury & the Mobo Awards to name a few. Bottom Power is a term coined from an old school hip-life song in Ghana in the 90’s. It was a term related to voluptuous women with big derrières. Trayc illustrates her sweet and soulful voice by recoining the phrase to empower and inspire women of all shapes, sizes, and race, In Trayc’s own words “The lyrics speak to any women feeling confident, sassy and willing to put in the work to become the best version of themselves.” Also produced by Lexy who has worked with the likes of Idris Elba and Fuse ODG.
Trayc Selasi is a London-based singer and dancer of Ghanaian descent who fuses her African roots with western influence to create an energetic blend of culture. Coming off the back of dancing to “Antenna “and “Dangerous Love” kicked up a storm on an international level reaching over 18 million views on YouTube. Selasi rediscovered her passion for music as it was her first love and self-released Rider in 2018 flaunting her ability to bob and weave her slightly raspy vocals through the mid-tempo afro-inspired productions. Stream/download “Bottom Power” HERE