DV to hit hard with Beggie Beggie

Friday, November 17, 2017

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AFTER riding high with She Gone, on-the-rise singjay DV is continuing his musical journey with Beggie Beggie.

“All my songs speak of reality. I take on issues that people are uncomfortable to speak about while being entertaining at the same time. My main objective is to ensure that I bring forth music that is so different to the point where persons actually listen. This is just the beginning of bigger things to come,” said DV.

Self-produced on his Alphacreed Production record label, Beggie Beggie is slated to hit digital stores today through VP Records.

“When this song hits radio, it's going to be the talk of the town. It was created to start debates about the different types of women in society. With the impact I see this song making in coming months, I may shoot the visuals for it,” said DV.

“Being a young entertainer is hard work, and after seeing how difficult it is for new artistes to voice songs for major producers, I decided to create my own label. This move was to show other young artistes that they have the talent and the power to excel until their big break comes along. I intend to voice for other producers, but signing myself was one of the best things I ever did,” he said.




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