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Tina Brown Africa set to feature on Orlove’s “Under the Covers”

Budding young Ghanaian singer Tina Brown is set to perform on Los Angeles based Media Company – Orlove’s cover series “Under the Covers.”

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Under the Covers is a showcase for musicians across the world covering current music.

Speaking exclusively to Muse Africa, Tina Brown Africa expressed her excitement as her session is set for December 1st.

Tina Brown Africa set to feature on Orlove’s “Under the Covers”
Tina Brown Africa set to feature on Orlove’s “Under the Covers”

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(Muse Africa) How does it feel to be recognized by Los Angeles based Orlove?

(TINA BROWN) First of all, I will like to thank God for such a great opportunity. This is a plus and a great accomplishment as far as my music career is concerned.

Actually, it feels so good, and I’m overwhelmed about being recognized by a production/media company in Los Angeles.

I kind of noticed I’m the only African to be featured on their platform “Under the Covers” and I being the first will give other African acts like myself the chance as well.

How did they reach out to you?

Actually, they did reach out to me via Instagram where they told me of their intention of working on the project with me.

We all agree you are super talented but how do you think they discovered you?

It has always been my dream to it Africa on the world map.

If you have noticed, I’ve been talking about making it international in most of my songs.

I think God is answering my prayers and more international deals will follow.

Well to your question. I was curious about how I was discovered by such a company.

So I asked them and they told me they actually discovered me via my YouTube channel precisely my song “Bad Belle”, a cover of Koffee’s Rapture song.

What went into the song selection?

I was sent a couple of songs to choose from. I chose DVsN featuring Popcaan ‘So what’ because the song had some R&B and Dancehall vibe which are both genres I enjoy doing.

So I asked Survivor Beatz to remake the instrumental and then I fixed in a little of my lyrics and style to give it some afro-beats vibe.

I choose to call it Afromix instead of a cover.

Tina Brown Africa set to feature on Orlove’s “Under the Covers”

What should fans expect?

My fans should expect something different, something nice will be dropping on the 1st of December with more surprises coming after this one.

Story by Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafoh

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