D Jay’s latest single Balance It is out and Ghanaian Tweeps react

Super talented singer-songwriter D Jay’s latest single Balance It is marinating hot with sauce and positive vibrations of Afrobeats. We just can’t help but vibe with this sound. It is melancholic and yet sultry just enough to get set a hot mood.

After dropping the music video to the official remix of Yawa which features Kidi and Playaz a few days ago, D Jay now gives yet another smash tune. And just in time for the long weekend too.

Balance It is D Jay’s first single of the year and the steady bass instrumentals is only second to his hypnotic vocals. With Samsney at the helm of production, the official audio has already racked up over 3,000 views in less than 48 hours on Youtube.

This single in our opinion is long overdue. After releasing his first Chart-debuting single Joy, D Jay has been collaborating with other acts such as Black Sherif, Malcom Nuna and Phronesis. Looks to us like the future of Ghana Music is in capable hands. Indeed.

We’re definitely grooving this weekend and beyond to Balance It. And guessing from first impressions on Twitter, we won’t be the only ones.






Stream and vibe to Balance It by D Jay here or below:






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