Lolaasmiles pushes song

Friday, October 27, 2017

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Known for her distinctive sound and energetic performances, singer Lolaasmiles is confident her song Nuh Baddah will further help to cement her brand within the industry.

The single, produced by Stedley Reid from New York last year summer, features Beenie Man.

Lolaasmiles has decided to reintroduce the track and put her promotional muscle behind it.

“This song has a lot of potential and with the plan I have in mind, it will have a long lasting effect worldwide. Beenie Man has always been an inspiration to me and when I found out we had a mutual friend, I had to meet him in person. When we met, he liked my music and we spoke about collaborating and made it happen. It was a very humbling experience working with Beenie Man,” said Lolaasmiles.

“This song is a dancehall fusion song that has the potential to make it to all the major international charts and with a strong team, there is to limit to what can be achieved. I have plans of releasing the visuals in spring 2018, my fans are in for a treat. I am ready to take over,” she continued.

Lolaasmiles is also in studio working on her EP, which will include a slew of popular entertainers such as Stone Bwoy from Ghana.




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