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Otile Brown working on a hit With Tanasha Donna days after dropping ‘Jamila’

Famous artists Tanasha Donna and Otile Brown were recently spotted in a studio together in what looked like recording a song. The two singers have caused a wave on social media with their fans waiting in anticipation to see what’s cooking this time round.

Tanasha and Otile shared videos on their Instagram pages with Tanasha’s being more of a selfie of the two in studio, while Otile shared a more detailed video as both sat down next to a microphone with the beats to the song playing in the background. The two did not reveal the name, date nor genre of the song they were recording for the fans but judging from posts it will definitely be a banger.

Tanasha really jumpstarted her music career while still working at NRG. She released her single ‘Radio’ featuring her co-host and friend, Barak Jacuzzi. From this single, Tanasha Donna has been taking the music industry by storm hit after hit, more so this year, 2020 where she has released a couple of hits that skyrocketed her music career to a higher level and has bagged several collaborations with renowned artists, both local and international fraternity.

READ: Tanasha Donna Releases A Sexy Love Song ‘La Vie’ Alongside Bongo Star Mbosso

It hasn’t been a bed of roses for Tanasha, for a few months ago the songstress opened up about the struggles of being a woman in the music industry, saying it has not been easy doing it on her own. With her most viewed music video, being ‘Liar’ featuring Masauti, hitting 2.3 million views in just three months, the former radio presenter celebrated the feat recounting how tough it has been.

From having sleepless nights and financial strains to dealing with bosses who are sexual predators, Ms Donna said it is quite an achievement for her song to be doing so well, and for her music career to be growing so rapidly.

This year has also been a successful one for Otile Brown for, released on June 3 exclusively on Boomplay, ‘Just in Love’ was on July 13 ranked among the top five streamed new albums on Audiomack and boasts over a million streams. The chart-topping masterpiece comes in after his debut album Best Of Otile Brown (2017) and consists of 10 songs that feature some of the region’s A-list stars such as Tanzania’s Juma Jux, Kenya’s Mejja and Khaligraph Jones, Burundi’s Kidum as well as Meddy from Rwanda. He recently dropped a collaboration with West Africa’s Reekado Banks in the track ‘Jamila’.

It’s safe to say that a collabo between these two musical superstars will be one worth the wait, considering their great music success all through the year.

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This article was written by Josephine Njoroge.

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