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GHANA R2bees – We De Vibe

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Award-winning hip-hop duo has just released a new song titled “We De Vibe.

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is made of Faisal Hakeem and Rashid Mugeez. The duo were born in Tema, east of Accra, . They have lived together for much of their lives and could easily pass for twins given their closeness. But they are mere cousins.

Their careers began when they started representing their school in rap competitions. They went ahead to win the radio competition “Kasahare.” With this win they were right on track for further advancement.

Their first single, titled “Yawa Gal,” was released in 2006 to popular acclaim. They collaborated with Unda Melodies for their second single“I Dey Mad.” The song was an instant hit in and made it to the top of the charts there.

 “Da Revolution,their 17-track album, was released in 2009 and contained some already released songs, including “Yawa Gal

A second version of revolution was released in 2013 titled, “Refuse to be Broke – Da Revolution II.” It featured several first-rate artistes, including Nigeria’s Davido and Wizkid.

We De Vibe,” a part of their yet to be released studio album, their third, titled “Site 15,” affirms the brilliance of the duo. If “We De Vibe” is a clue to what to expect in “Site 15,” then their fans are in for truly great music. Sure

The song was produced by Bali.

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