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Sean Dampte’s Jejely takes more than elbow room

OWNING an experimental voice is one of the biggest assets any musician can have, especially from Africa.

Still basking in the euphoria of his past works, Nigerian-UK based afro-fusion artiste Sean Dampte in new single titled  Jejely, brings forth an entirely different experience from the variety of sounds that make up his discography.

His intentional choice to be a unique artiste was further highlighted in this new body of work, as some elements of the South African sound, Amapiano, show up for the first time in Sean Dampte’s musical dish. 

Jejely will be taking more than a little elbow room in the afro-fusion genre that Sean Dampte is known to originate.    

Heralding an upward shift, some of popular songs in the project cascade down the charts, the new record will soon become a lifestyle as music lovers sway to what is bound to become a steadfast anthem in a few weeks.

Reputed for his knack for good music, which is always pure and served in its most natural context, Sean Dampte authored each line of this new joint with so much suave that it allows his ease to be passed alongside the message. 

The vibes from the records, no doubt, will continue to blaze luminously through different cultural cores, while the tempo continues to keep its promise of never getting to the point of noise making.

An all-season masterpiece, Jejely is certain to remain on a repeat mode, as it is poised to take the artiste fans and music lovers alike through the remaining days of this year and into next year, and the years ahead.

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