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G-Druz out with slow, features Skales

By Florence Utor   |   21 May 2017   |   2:04 am  

G-Druz


For Gabriel Charles, Nigeria’s emerging music sensation, the time to hit the ground running is now. Slow, his fresh single, that is enjoying massive airplay in radio stations and a video that was released recently, the joy of being one of the most talked-about music stars is nothing compared to pushing one’s career to the next level.

Signed to GDR Records as one of its frontline acts, Charles, also known as G-Druz, is endearing himself to many music lovers within and outside the country with a voice and vibes that apparently place him above many of his contemporaries in the industry.

G-Druz’s decision to have Nigeria’s Afro-pop singer, Skales, on his new track, illustrates the essential difference between him and his colleagues. Produced by award-winning music producer, Young D, G-Druz’s alliance with Skales has elevated the new song to another level of popularity.

With the visuals shot in Lagos by Ajayi Scenelock and released less than a week ago, G-Druz said he has waited patiently, sharpening and polishing his art before going professional in 2014 when he released his popular single, Ire.

According to him, “I have waited enough to understanding the dynamics of the industry and how to play the game. Right now, my new single, Slow, tells the whole story about my music and my personality. They say ‘slow but steady wins the race.’ I guess this is holding true for me at the moment. The video was released less than a week ago and I am glad that my fans all over fell in love with it just like they did with the audio. Now, we are not stopping. From now, it is going to be music all the way.”

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