Emerging Artiste, Tweehz Returns with “Rastafarian”

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Nigerian artiste, Tweehz, has released a new song, “Rastafarian,” which blends dancehall, Afrobeat, and Amapiano influences. Inspired by D’Banj’s “Mo Gbono Feli Feli” produced by Don Jazzy, the song begins with the line, “Rastafarian but I am Nigerian,” which signifies the celebration of free-spirited culture and personal identity.

Tweehz collaborated with producers Freshly and Jazzman to create a musical journey that symbolizes his fearless approach to pushing boundaries. Jazzman’s drums are reggaeton and Amapiano, while Freshy’s melodies are Afrobeat. “Rastafarian” is not just a song; it’s an anthem of self-confidence and individuality, reflecting Tweehz’s unwavering commitment to being himself. As an emerging artist, Tweehz invites listeners to join him on this musical adventure, as this isn’t his first rodeo in the music scene. Listen here.

Stay tuned for more from Tweehz, including collaborations with Tolibian and a highlife fusion track titled “Coming Home.”


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