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Geo Wellington teams up with Young Rob for new Afrobeat single ‘Tik Tok’

‘Tik Tok’ is the latest Afrobeat sound to sweep the streets this month and beyond. Released by UK-based artist, Geo Wellington, the under 3-minute song which features Young Rob cashes in on the hype surrounding the new fast-growing social app of the same name, Tik-Tok. ‘Tik Tok’ is available globally here: https://www.smarturl.it/tiktok1

Right off the bat, Geo’s new offering gets the basics right. It sounds fresh, it is laid atop a funky piece of production; plaudits to Fox Beat & Whodini and most importantly, it’s blessed with a simple, yet contagious hook. On paper, ‘Tik Tok’ should offer good replay value and find its home on the airwaves.

Geo Wellington is best known for his versatility with multiple genres like; Afrobeat, R&B, Pop and Hip-Hop. Also noticed for his energetic live shows, dancing and futuristic wardrobe, Geo has been influenced by the likes of like Davido, Wizkid, Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy and Hip-Hop veteran, 50 Cent over the years; enabling his works to encompass lush soundscapes, hooks/melodies and thrilling choruses.

With heavy hitters like ‘Big Man Ting’ and ‘Sweetie’ on his resumé, Geo has not only bagged great numbers on all major streaming platforms, but a Ghana Music Awards UK nomination for “Afrobeat Artist of the Year” back in 2019. He has collaborated with many well-known DJs as well as mainstream Ghanaian artists like Kelvyn Boy, Patapaa and Young Rob. However, with an upcoming album on the horizon, Geo Wellington is rumoured to widen his scope as he’s already rumoured to be working with Fameye and other top producers for his untitled project.

Get a load of Geo Wellington’s ‘Tik Tok’ here.

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