Mr Peppa says Shake

Thursday, November 14, 2019

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Known for his hit single Talk, dancehall artiste Mr Peppa is back with new music that he feels is right for the music scene at this time.

His new single, Shake, sees the artiste showing off some bilingual skills on this track.

“With this song, I dabbled in a little bit of Spanish in a bid to appeal to a wider market but it's still has an original dancehall beat and delivery for the ladies. The radio disc jocks in Latin America and Jamaica are playing the song daily and I am thankful,” said Mr Peppa.

Produced by Global Castle Production, Shake has garnered views across social media platforms, and the artiste noted that a video to accompany the song is possibly in the works.

“The energy the females are giving for this one is very high; I may have to shoot a video and include some of the females who are campaigning the song hard on social media. I have been receiving a lot of promo videos from females all over the world and it's an amazing feeling to be receiving such a monumental amount of support,” he shared.

With Shake building a steady momentum, Mr Peppa plans to release an EP come next year. In preparation, he is currently in the studio with the team from Pusha Yute Music recording new material for this project.

Shake is available on all major digital media platforms.


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