Fast-rising Ghanaian-based Nigerian Afro-dancehall artist Idogun Daniel Gospel, known in the music space as Freebhoy, is one of the acts helping to propel the Afro-dancehall genre around the globe, thanks to a pint-sized collection of music pieces that exemplify his unique craft in the music scene.
Signed to Dreams Never Let Go (DNLG) Empire, the upcoming music icon has played a key role in codifying the present ethos of Afro-Dancehall, mixing the bravado of a leering flow pattern inspired by most of his musical icons. All of this led to a proper breakout, which was confirmed by the success of his first single, ‘‘Kaagbele,” under the DNLG Empire.
Importantly, his association with DNLG Empire has positioned him in an ecosystem that understands his strengths and amplifies his gifts. The label also provides a platform for the artist to be more creative and understands his dream of being a musician.
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Freebhoy’s path into music began a couple of years ago, as a child who spent most of his early life dreaming of music superstardom. His music career kicked off with his debut single ‘Ukpa,” released under his previous label, Unique Entertainment, and its video was shot by Mickey Johnson in Ghana at James Town, Accra.
The Edo State native is known for infusing his life experiences into his music pieces to encourage and motivate his audience. Freebhoy’s story is rich and authentic. His message is relevant, and he wants everyone to have a slice of his life’s journey.
He’s passionate about his music career and doing all he can, going the extra miles to reach higher heights and finding himself among the mainstream acts.
According to him, his first single couldn’t make waves to his expectations, so he then channelled lots of energy into more hard work on his second release, ‘Kaagbele,” under DNLG in Nigeria, with its video shot by Naya at Ojuelegba in Nigeria. The song has received massive airplay.
The 24-year-old music talent recently dropped a new tune dubbed Jah Bless, which was released on May 1, 2023. He is enthused by Shatta Wale’s craft. Freebhoy’s songs are available on all streaming platforms.
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