Fast-rising Ghanaian artist Moffy, known for the hit Sweet Feeling, is set to release his new single, Joo on November 30th, 2023. Translating to dance in the Ghanaian Ga language, Joo is a vibrant fusion of Afropop and Jama-inspired sounds, offering the perfect soundtrack for the festive December season.
Produced by the talented Insvne Auggie, with additional highlife guitar chords by Mēl the producer, Joo takes listeners on a joyful musical journey filled with praise and admiration for love. MOFFY's lyrics, delivered in both English and the melodious Ga language, are a heartfelt dedication to a special someone who has captured his heart. The song is a charming expression of love set to a captivating beat, promising to have listeners grooving along.
As part of the up-and-coming collective, 99 PHACES, making waves in Ghana, Moffy's Joo showcases his musical prowess and ability to create tunes that resonate deeply. More than just a catchy tune, Joo is a melodic masterpiece ready to hit the airwaves and get feet tapping. Moffy's music is a celebration of love and life, with Joo embodying these themes perfectly.
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