The insurgence of UK drill in Ghana motivated Fimfim to produce a three in one genre sound which encompasses the UK drill, highlife, reggae and acapella for his new single dubbed “Push It To The Limit”.
The song which has been talked about on the news because of the creativity behind the entire production is gradually gaining attention in and outside of the country.
“Push it to the Limit” is an inspirational song which encourages people not to give up on their dreams not matter the encumbrances.
Fimfim is a renowned musician who also functions as a music producer, sound engineer and a lecturer at Doxa Open University in Ghana.
Over the years, he has being working as a producer for top artistes in and out of the country.
A list of some of the musicians he has produced for are Mzbel, Strongman, Tulenkey, Bogo Blay, Afromoses, Dobble, Lutha, Phrame, Cj Biggerman, Edoh YAT and the list goes on.
He however released a couple of singles whiles he was actively producing for other acts.
Two tribute songs for the late Ebony Reigns titled “Dear Bony”, “Forces” which had a lot of industry issues pragmatically addressed, two versions of “Back From Benin” which featured a lot of artistes and “Koloma” which features Tulenkey.
All of these singles were accompanied with beautiful videos.
Fimfim is currently embarking on a media tour promoting the new single on radio, television and available social media platforms.
The beautifully curated song is accompanied with a video which was directed by Mollex.
The song is available on all steaming platforms across the world.
Story by Kirsten Tay