Her birth name is Stephanie Victoria Allen. But that’s not important, certainly not to lovers of good music who have come to realize that Stefflon Don is a bar of musical diamond. You may say good. She still qualifies.
Her newest single titled “Pretty Girl” is an entertaining, excellently vocalized dancehall number that effortless tricks you into dancing to it without you even knowing.
Stefflon Don, who recently made history as the first female British artiste to make it on XXL’s annual Freshman List, has given another soothing dose of her musical soul. The song has that magical trill and excellency of imagery you associate with a great poem. Listen to this:
Cry me a river, but I hope you don’t drown
Better be careful what you say outta your mouth
You know it ain’t never safe when I’m around.
Not only has Stefflon Don shown herself an artiste of irreproachable skill, the British singing sensation has also proved to be a favourite feature option, having worked with Mr Eazi on “Skin Tight,” Davido on “Fia (Remix),” Luis Fonsi in “Calypso,” and Labrinth in “Same Team.”
Tiggs Da Author, with whom she collaborated, is not just a rapper but a producer and songwriter as well.
Download “Pretty Girl” below. And, don’t forget to dance!