Sunday, September 24, 2023

I Collaborated With Joeboy So As To Get New Fans – Tanzanian Singer Nandy

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Tanzanian singer and songwriter the African Princess, Nandy joins LootLove via FaceTime on Apple Music 1 to talk about her latest track, “Nimeuzoea.” She also discusses exploring a range of sounds from bongo flava to amapiano on her latest EP, Taste, working with her childhood hero Koffi Olamide on “Leo Leo,” how cross-border collaborations with other African artists expose her to new fans, and the biggest career lesson she’s learnt. Listen HERE.

Nandy was asked on why he decided to feature Nigerian artist Joeboy on her latest EP, she said; When you talk about Joeboy, he’s a Nigerian artist, and I’m a Tanzanian artist. I’m trying to see new fans, to get new fans. [For] us to collaborate together to bring our African music to the world.
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When Nandy was asked about featuring the Republic of Congo’s musical legend, Koffi Olomide she explained that its a dream come true to work with the legend, because she’s been following and listening to his music since she was a kid;

“Leo Leo” with Koffi Olomide – he’s a legend. I respect him. I used to listen to Koffi Olomide since I was just a kid. And that was my dream because I was just seeing my dad dancing his songs. And then now I just see Koffi Olomide, like, “Can I do something with him? It would be a dream to me and my family.” And then we made it.

The day that we just created the song, we wanted a different sound. People just like amapiano nowadays, and we didn’t want to forget that I’m a bongo flava artist, so we just decided to mix bongo flava and a little bit amapiano in the beat so that we can get something good, and anyone can listen.

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