Music: Lil’ Dizzie ft. Kay-G Vybz – Red Wine [D.A.N.C.E] | Produced by Dr. Spooky @lil_dizzie

“Artiste Name – Lil’ Dizzie


Song Title – RED WINE [D.A.N.C.E]

Lil’ Dizzie [real name – Opatundun Femi] is a rapper who has been killing the beats since 2009, and he is now set to show his talent to the world with support from top-notch producers in the likes of Rhymz G [Nigeria] and Dr. Spooky [Ghana]. Lil’ Dizzie has a unique Hip-Hop/Rap style and is ready to take Nigerian Rap to another level. He has also had collaborations and performances with artistes in the likes of Jimmy Blakk [Ghana], Olodo [Ghana], 5five [Ghana], Botta Boi [UK], NEL [Nigeria] and Zee [Nigeria]. Last year, he got his hit track “BREAK IT DOWN” all over Ghana, Togo and Benin Republic. Right about now, Lil’ Dizzie is out with a new banger and hit single all the way from Nigeria to Ghana, and it’s titled “RED WINE [D.A.N.C.E.]” which features “Kay-G Vybz” and the track was produced by no other than “Dr. Spooky” from Ghana. ENJOY!!!”

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