Ghanaian Amapiano producer Beaticide has released his debut single I'm In Love featuring Nigerian pop/rnb singer Jim Clifford. The song, recorded in early January 2023, combines Amapiano tunes with Clifford's captivating vocals, creating a dreamy and harmonious musical experience.
The lyrics express hopelessly romantic love, while the production showcases Beaticide's influences from highlife and lounge-inspired chords.
I'm In Love is a sweet blend of Amapiano melodies and Jim Clifford's soulful voice, evoking warm and tender emotions.
The track resonates with young hopeless romantics as it captures the joy and disbelief of being in love. Beaticide's production choices, drawing inspiration from various musical styles, contribute to the emotional depth of the song.
The song is accompanied by a statement from Beaticide and Jim Clifford, emphasizing their belief in the transformative power of music.
They express their privilege in sharing this creation with the world. I'm In Love is now available on all major music stores, and fans can follow Beaticide and Jim Clifford on social media platforms using their respective handles.
This collaboration marks Beaticide's promising entry into the music industry as a young producer, while Jim Clifford continues to establish himself as a rising star in Nigerian music. I'm In Love not only speaks to the hearts of young romantics but also immerses listeners in a world of love and longing through its mesmerizing melodies and heartfelt lyrics.
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