My ‘Zongo to BBC’ Album has been a major success-Adi Self

Dancehall artiste Addi Self has described his maiden album from ‘Zongo to BBC’ as a major success.

The album he noted has chalked great success after he launched it.

Appearing on Rainbow Entertainment he told host DJ Slash that he feels good as an artiste that his album has performed well in the music scene.

The album talks about a young hardworking artiste who came from the Zongo’s to BBC.

The artiste recently held a private listening session at the 4syte Mansion which had a real estate mogul, God’s Speed purchasing the album at $30,000

According to him, he is the first artiste ever to get there from the zongo’s that’s why he had to tell a story on it.

The album holds 15 solid songs produced by his two irreplaceable producers; namely, Beat Boy and Biscuit beat. The song features Ghana’s afrobeat’s bad man Kelvyn Boy, Nigerian musician Derill, and others.

By: Rainbowradioonline.com

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