Dancehall artiste Tripple Gs is delving into the increasingly popular afrobeat genre with his latest release, Angella, a collaborative single between him and afro-reggae artiste Zhion.
Tripple Gs is based overseas, but the Jamaican up-and-coming dancehall artiste continues to use local influences and trending themes in his music. Tripple Gs has been persistent in his dedication to his musical career and in pushing his catalogue to a larger audience.
The entertainer released a number of songs last year, such as Oh Yea, which, like Angela, featured afrobeat influences.
Angela comes after Tripple Gs’ single Confession and Zhion’s February release Gangster Love. Angela, like many of Tripple Gs’ previously released singles, was produced by the artiste’s record label, Tripple Gs Music Records.
Zhion delivers the introductory verse to the track as well as its chorus, which is a bemoaning plea to his figuratively lost love, Angela.
“Gyal, if you go away, I’ll be alone. A beg you don’t do me suh on this lonely road [ … ] Angela. Gyal don’t leave me alone. Angela. How many times I deh call your phone?” Zhion sings.
Tripple Gs takes the lead in the second verse of the track, as he sings, “Whenever we kiss, there’s a spark that makes the temperature rise. So expensive girl, but baby, I’m the prize. I loved it when she said to me baby lets enjoy the ride.”
Angela was released on March 4 and has since garnered positive responses from fans. Tripple Gs has expressed that a music video will be shot and released for the track soon.
Listen the audio for “Angela” below.
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