We all make a lot of noise about the plight of African musicians, many of whom still suffer and live in poverty in spite of their ingenuity, in spite of the fact that some of them have been prolific all their lives and produced a lot of hit songs to which we still dance at every occasion.
BARTHSON GLOBAL COMMUNICATION is making a difference with DENZYL AMBE.
The album comes with the hit song “SO LONG – A TRIBUTE TO HAITI” also known as “U Stole Ma Luv Away”; political treatise “E DON BLOW”, new hot R&B killer song, “SHE NO DEY GO” and seven more songs on an album of TEN SUPER HITS (10). That is more than most African artists offer at times in 2 or 3 releases.
Please, pledge here to DOWNLOAD the Denzyl songs either as singles or as a whole album . If you do not use iTunes and you are not comfortable with purchasing MP3s from online music stores and downloading straight to your computer, then you have the option of shopping for the CD through AMAZON.COM on demand.
It’s time for all of us to put our money where out mouth is: we keep on lamenting the lot of our artists when all we have to do is support them by BUYING THEIR MUSIC instead of always copying through wanton piracy.
Denzyl is a very young and prolific artist who started practicing his art at 13, traveled to Nigeria and worked in the same studios as the famous 2Face, and collaborated with the producers of all the famous Naija stars to whose music we dance mirthfully every weekend or at every party. His music is a transformational, transnational Afrobeat blend of what is now known as Afro-Hop, with a new kind of hip-hop based on African rhythms and song or rap in the very poetic Pidgin English, a lingua franca widely used across most of Africa, the Caribbean and Hawaii.
He is the first Cameroonian-based Afro-pop artist who’s album is sold on iTunes.
By downloading Denzyl’s music online, you will help create an electronic trail that TuneCore will compute for Island Def Jam, which the distinguished record label uses to measure the potential of an artist before they can offer a major record deal.
This is our time to show that we can do the right thing. Let’s support our young artists, especially in this year of the first ever World Cup in Africa hosted by the country of Nelson Mandela. If we help push Denzyl to the top, imagine how many more doors will be opened to other young African artists, who would then be able to sign with major record labels and sell their music worldwide through online delivery, thereby making so many dreams come true…
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You can also listen to his music on jango online radio
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