Renowned female Vocalist Ateaa Tina, who has worked with great musicians like Daddy Lumba, Esther Amoako and many others, is finally set to release a single off her highly anticipated sophomore music Album, which is arranged to be released by the latter part of the year.
Her first song from the album is titled ‘By Force' featuring legendary and versatile Ghanaian Musician Okyeame Kwame.
By Force Song is the first official single release announcement from her camp, and is scheduled to be released on all streaming plateforms on Wednesday, May 5, 2021.
The upcoming song by Ateaa Tina was produced by Multiple-Award winning sound Engineer Kaywa ( Highly Spiritual Music ) and the video for the song was directed by Rex, with great content behind it.
From indication ‘By Force’ is likely to be a highlife afropop jam, and its official announcement has excited lot of fans whom have been asking when Ateaa Tina will be releasing her new song these past years.
In the year 2003, she collaborated with Daddy Lumba to release the album "Bubra", which contained hits like "Pony", "Adaka Tea" and "Dada Kae". In all she has worked with Lumba on five albums: "Mema Afa Wotrim Ne", "Bubra", "Odo Bewu Dee", "Ahenfo Kyiniye", and "Give Peace a Chance".
Check out Flyer for the Song Below:
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