Music: FRESH BEAT Presents “TEMPERATURE” by Irich (Audio)

“Irich, the prolific producer who’s been producing for the likes of Klever Jay, Side1 and a couple of other artistes [both known and under-g] as of late has decided to drops his new single which poises to be a club banger and he titles this one “Temperature”.

Irich drops this new single under the “Fresh Beat” emblem as a follow-up to the 3 singles he previously released some time back. The 3 singles [“Anytime ft. YQ”, “Parawa Layo ft. Klever Jay”, and Butty Boy] made great buzz on the internet, radio and also some DJ mixes [likes of Dj Sean’s #60actaseries] and so much is expected from this new single titled “Temperature”.

Irich is into R’n’B/Hip-hop but he stays as versatile as he can be and delivers this track which goes straight to the clubs/dance floors with a groovy beat that gets you in-the-go right from the start until the end. With a catchy tune, this piece of work from Irich is set to hit the airwaves as he infuses a fine blend of English and Yoruba in this 4:24mins track. ENJOY!!!”

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