Music: Resonance Ft Co Heir X Denise Bamfo – “YOU”

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Religion is a very big deal in many places, especially Africa where there’s a strong belief that God exists and that he loves people who do good things; considering them to be his children. It’s popular to believe that God loves people, but not so many people realize that they can love him back. This two-way love affair is what Resonance Fourteen’s latest single tries to describe.

The song which is titled “You” features Nigeria’s Co Heir and Netherlands’s Denise Bamfo and is produced by ghsBeatz with mixing and mastering credits to IZYtunes.

The track takes the shape of a typical love song, only that this time around, it’s not a story about a kind of love that fails, but one that is perfect, unending and ultimate. It tells the story of how we as human beings can both receive love from God and give it to him as well.

It’s the first track released off Resonance Fourteen’s much anticipated forthcoming EP called “Takeover Season” that employs various songwriters, singers, producers and musicians in delivering excellent music to her listeners as she is known to do.

For a long time, Resonance Fourteen has consistently collaborated with a good number of creatives in the African music scene to express creativity in its purest forms. This single is nothing short of magic as Co Heir and Denise Bamfo put in the best of their songwriting and performing abilities to tell the world about this supernatural, unexplainable love.

About Resonance Fourteen Resonance Fourteen has been a steady vehicle to delivering wholesome music to listeners all around the world over the years. Now, she’s taking it even a step further to partner with as many musician, singers, songwriters and producers to create magik and a channel for their creativity to be expressed without barriers. Resonance Fourteen is much more than just a project… She is a dream coming alive!

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