Marlian fan base president, Azeez Adeshina Fashola well known as Naira Marley as made a promise to his large fan base of his intention to team up with South African star, Busiswa Gqulu on a potential hit song.
Busiswa who gained limelight and recognition when she got featured in DJ Zinhle's song, "My Name Is" and went on to release great tunes with good rhythm is a singer, songwriter and poet, Born in Mthatha, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
Photos of Busiswa
Naira Marley as we all know his yet to feature an international artists in his songs who will fit into his kind of genres which many describes as street music however in his recent post on Instagram he seems that's about to change as he has find the perfect feature for his upcoming song in the person of Busiswa.
With Busiswa in a song with the controversial singer, it much expected to be a danceable song as both artists only releases songs anyone can vibe to.
Naira Marley keeps fans in anticipation as he didn't set the date of the release with intention of allowing his fans pick there desired dates of release.
His announcement met with thousands of reactions as fans, followers and celebrities such as Poco Lee, Shaggi, Mohbad, Zinoleesky, RexxiePonDaBeatz and other keeps there dubfees crossed for the upcoming song.
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