Harrysong, Olamide and Fireboy set to delight fans with “She Knows”

Afro pop singer, Harrysong wants to end the year on a high note and he gives his fans something to groove for the holiday season. With a new single titled ‘She Knows’, Harrysong has teamed up with YBNL boss Olamide and his protégé, Fireboy DML on this new track which he says will rock the music scene in the New Year.

In a short video posted online, the father-of-two was seen in the studio with Olamide and Fireboy working on the new jam, urging his fans to anticipate what he described as the biggest collaboration of the year.

Speaking with R about his decision to work with Olamide again after working on two different songs in the past, crooner Raggae Blues revealed that working with Olamide has always been fun as they seem to have a common understanding of their music and sound. which adapts to each new song.

With Fireboy also skipping on the new song, Harry, as he is affectionately known, said he was impressed with Fireboy’s musical talent and how easily he could flow with him and Olamide on the song, insisting on the fact that music lovers had yet to see the best of Fireboy.

Speaking further, Harrysong said his relationship with Olamide over the years has remained strong. “My connection and synergy with olamide has been going well since we did the remix of my first official single ‘I’m in Love’ on Reggae Blues, and this time we thought we were blessing the world with the song She Knows. The arrival of Fireboy on board is also a blessing because I have been a fan of the work of Fire Boy. Let me tell you, Fireboy is indeed on fire, “he added.


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