Five words: Music that makes you move! This 20-year-old Oklahoma based artist isn’t shy when it comes to making music! In fact, his new single will be one fans will never forget. GBEGE which means “Trouble” in English was translated from a West African language called Yoruba. The song has 3 languages: English, Pidgin English, and Yoruba. The rapper teamed up with Deejay J Masta from Nigeria, Skelly Beats, and Jabeatz to create the sizzling track. If you are a Shaggy or Sean Paul fan, get ready to groove, because there is an official music video in the works for “Gbege”. There isn’t a set release date just yet. When asked about his favorite line from the song, he said, “Pull up on your girl like a drive thru”. He then goes on to say, “I like it because it’s a corny punchline, and it’s the first line of my verse it catches you because we all have gotten fast food and I yell “ORDER” as the adlib.” Growing up, De-Wisper was known as the well-spoken leader who once used poetry as a well to express himself. It helped him stay out of trouble. He was always a performer at heart. Watching his older brother rap was an inspiration. Now that he can share his talents with the world, De-Wisper has no plans of turning back.
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