R2Bees – Picture ft. King Promise(Prod. By KillBeatz)

June 12, 2019 at 08:00
R2Bees – Picture ft. King Promise(Prod. By KillBeatz)

Have a listen to ‘Picture’ by R2Bees featuring King Promise.

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R2Bees is a Ghanaian hip jump and hiplife pair from Tema made up of Faisal Hakeem

(Paedae da Pralem/Omar Sterling) and Rashid (Mugeez). They were named at the 2013 BET

Awards.[1] In March 2019, the pair discharged their third studio collection Site 15Early life

Both brought up in Tema, east of the nation’s capital city – Accra in Ghana, West Africa.

Paedae is the CEO and pioneer of the gathering, while Mugeez is the lead vocalist.

The two cousins, who have been as one their entire life, lived in a similar house and

furthermore went to a similar essential, junior and senior auxiliary school in Tema.

Starting their vocation early, they began off speaking to their school in rap rivalries just as

entomb school music challenges. This drove them to partaking in well known radio challenge

Kasahare, which they won the greater part of and furthermore performed all things considered

shows; picking up them more buzz under their stage name at that time.R2bees are likewise

perceive in the ghanaian music industry as legends in light of their major remarkable

accomplishments – Camp Yard.[3]

2007–2012: Da Revolution I

R2BEES discharged their first single in August 2008 titled ‘Yawa Gal’, and turned into a

moment hit. They at that point went on to discharging ‘I Dey Mad’, an outline topper

crosswise over Ghana. ‘I Dey Mad’ included Unda Melodies. The melody bested most

Ghanaian Radio Music Charts for quite a long time. In 2010, R2Bees highlighted one of

Nigeria’s greatest stars Wande Coal on their track ‘Kiss Your Hand’, as their third single.

The video was scrutinized yet R2Bees did not turn out with any clarification. In 2009,

R2Bees discharged a 17-track collection Da Revolution which has just discharged tunes;

‘Yawa Girl’, I dey Mad’, ‘T.E.M.A’, ‘Kiss Your Hand’ with new tunes; ‘Radio’,

‘One increasingly Chance’ and ‘Africa’ with generation from Killbeatz (Joseph Addison)

just as visitor appearances from Wande Coal, Sarkodie, Samini, Kwaw Kese and a large

group of others.[4]

2013–present: Da Revolution II: Refuse to be Broke

On 29 March 2013, R2Bees on discharged their second studio collection, the ‘Decline To Be

Broke – Da Revolution II’, at spot at the Silver Lounge at the Accra Mall.

The 19-trackalbum highlights hits, for example, ‘Ajeii’, ‘Life (Walaahi)’, ‘Odo’ and ‘Bayla Trap’.

The collection had visitor appearances from Wizkid, Sherifa Gunu, Davido, Tinchy Stryder

and Voicemail . The collection’s creation was dealt with by KillBeatz who delivered or co-delivered every one of the tracks on it.[5] After the effective arrival of their collection a year

ago, R2Bees discharged their first official single for 2014, “Lobi”. The highlife affected melody’s

video was discharged on 25 September 2014. The single got gigantic air play since it discharge.

Acknowledgment and music style

R2Bees frequently sing and rap in local language Twi and Pidgin. R2bees is one of the top

purveyors of Ghanaian hip pop subgenre hiplife, which blends rap with hints of hilife

(African popular music) and reggae. In 2012, R2Bees was included in Forbes’ rundown of Top

13 African Celebrities to watch in 2013.[6] R2Bees have had the benefit of performing on a

similar stage with universal artists, for example, American R&BÂ vocalists Mario and J Holiday.[7]




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