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GFRé Music presents new single Hold Me Down featuring Nigerian collective BHP

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London label GFRé Music presents new single Hold Me Down featuring Nigerian collective BHP
Hold Me Down featuring Nigerian collective BHP

Hold Me Down an intimate trapsoul ballade that triggers 2000s R&B nostalgia would be released by London label GFRé Music, featuring Nigerian collective BHP, ENigeria Newspaper reports.

The London-based label recruits international talent for its new single Hold Me Down.

The sounds were crafted by GFRé Music’s producers in Madrid, Spain; members of the Nigerian collective BHP, President Zik, Ross and Abyssinia came up with the vocals in Jos, Nigeria; and the track was finalized by Crys Garage, one of GFRé Music’s engineers, also based in Nigeria.

The result is a suave, intimate trapsoul ballade that reminds of a 2000s boy band. The 3 smooth, carefully layered, voices blended with the sparkling sounds produced by Marvin Beats trigger R&B nostalgia.

Preview – Hold Me Down (Youtube)

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Penned by the BHP gang, the track is an ode to the ride-or-dies, to that one love that holds us down.

Committed to championing emerging talent and creating a cross-cultural platform that spreads beyond the internet, GFRé Music, the hip-hop branch of London imprint Goldfangs Rosé Music, is slowly becoming a reliable source of fresh global sounds and dance music.

Pre-Order Hold Me Down here.

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