“Summertime” and K Buzz‘s other music can be found at https://drive.google.com/file/d/1elYGmawEpwW_iQY70Z7L–Ru1PEpCo96/view
The recently released single is the latest addition to the musician’s collection of popular tracks. In just three weeks, “Summertime‘s” official music video, produced by Dami Bones and Israel Music, has garnered over three thousand views on YouTube.
The British-Nigerian artist out of North London has earned a reputation as a talented wordsmith and is quickly growing in popularity. On his latest track, K Buzz‘s clean, catchy beat is complimented by N’tasha’s soulful, harmonic vocals.
K Buzz has released a number of hit singles and EPs that have helped launch his career as an artist. With popular tracks such as Love Ey (featuring Na Love), GBEDU, and Hennyting Goes (Featuring Zlatan), K Buzz is not to be ignored when it comes to selecting one’s summer 2021 soundtrack.
The fast-rising artist has collaborated with top Afrobeats musicians including multi-award-winning Nigerian musician, Zlatan Ibile.
K Buzz delivers a distinct style with his unique fusion of UK hip-hop, Afrobeats, and Afro-pop flavours. The upbeat genre has seen a jump in popularity across European and North American airwaves and has quickly become a dominant player in the UK’s dance music scene.
When asked about his latest single, K Buzz said: “The track is about making a connection with that one person that you just get a different feeling from and knowing that you both felt that instant pull of attraction. Love is in the air, and the energy from the sun is unmatched, which is why I believe that the summertime is a special time in itself.”
Listeners can stream Summertime and the artist’s other songs on Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, Deezer, and more.
Interested parties can learn more about K Buzz and find a link to the official “Summertime” music video by heading to https://drive.google.com/file/d/1elYGmawEpwW_iQY70Z7L–Ru1PEpCo96/view
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