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NaturalFaCe’s Hit Single On International Chart
 
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09-Aug-2012  
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Bullhaus Entertainment’s latest sensation NaturalFaCE has started breaking barriers with his new single, ‘So High’, featuring Dutch rapper Charles Kwasi from Elijah Records.

A few weeks after the song was released, it has started gaining recognition on international platforms. Currently, the song has made it on a European chart on www.urbantop100.nl.

As of yesterday, the song was ranked 90 ahead of superstar actress and musician Jennifer Lopez’s ‘Dance Again’ and Young Jeezy’s ‘Leave You Alone’.

‘So High’ was officially released together with ‘I Dey Feel You’, on July 18. Both songs have since been receiving good responses. That was followed by the video launch for ‘So High’, which took place at The Tavern, Osu at an event that attracted the crčme de la crčme of Ghana’s showbiz industry such as Samini, Okyeame Kwame, Tinny, Trigmatic, Richie and 5Five, who performed on the night.

Critics described ‘So High’ as a heady mix between house, reggaeton, pop, with an incredible lacing of African drums and other African aesthetics, which is unique to the Ghanaian landscape and primed for creating an international storm.

Indeed, the storm has just started. NaturalFaCe is the third Ghanaian to enter that chart. The first was Charles Kwasi from Elijah Record, the same guy NaturalFaCe featured on his track while Sonni Balli was the second.

Hopes are that NaturalFaCe will climb up the chart in a matter of weeks because many music enthusiasts in Europe love his song.
 
 
 
Source: News One
 
 

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