London artist Afro B, a pivotal figure of a Afrobeat sound that continues to swell in tellurian popularity, has denounced a remix package for his viral prodigy ‘Drogba’, featuring basketball fable Shaquille O’Neal, Swedish artist Kaliffa and a ‘New Africa Remix’ with Afrobeat artists Mayorkun, Kuami Eugene, Kidi Frenna.
A unconditional lane kaleidoscopic with influences from all corners of a Afrobeats genre; dancehall, reggae, RB, and hip hop, ‘Drogba’ is constructed by UK contingent Team Salut, and surfaced by Afro B’s smooth, signature delivery.
Featuring on a shortly to be expelled Afrowave 2 mixtape, ‘Drogba’ will follow Afro B’s rarely acclaimed prequel mixtape, his 21-track ‘MOVES’ documentation, a form of a Afrobeats genre, expelled in May 2017.
Starting his low-pitched tour with a residency during a Jamaican bar called NW10, a Londoner has given changed into producing, highlighting his talents as one of a industry’s many sparkling curators around. Afro B has enjoyed a duration rise, channeling Ghanaian, Congolese, and French – on comment of his Ivorian birthright – as influences. The South Londoner, who was recently announced as one of Capital Xtra’s new presenters, is heavily upheld by a likes of Westwood, MistaJam, and Toddla T, and has turn one of a scene’s many reputable talents.