Nigeria musician Ruger debuts on the Jonzing stage with a tune named “One Shirt,” highlighting D’Prince and Rema, who are additionally important for Jonzing.
In a new Instagram post, Don Jazzy, who runs Mavin Records, and associate of Jonzing, had noticed that D’Prince was the one who found the afrobeats newcomer and offer fans anticipate what Ruger has in his kitty.
The kitty is open now, and what’s out? Something delightful. In the going with music video, the vocalist had inconspicuously inferred that even the dead can’t avoid the appeal of his music, which he depicts as Afrodancehall.
For sure one can’t resent him his certainty as he figures out how to introduce a number that is beguiling and invigorating on numerous levels – something you wanna tune in to ove and over and present to other people.
For one who has just barely appeared, Ruger shows irresistible energy that is difficult to miss in the melody and going with music video. Also,the melodic cooperative energy among him and his visitors D’Prince and Rema could be mistaken for verse.