Juls, Tay Iwar And Projexx Reprise Their Roles As Serenaders On ‘Chance’

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Last year on Wizkid’s fourth studio album, Made In Lagos, British-Ghanaian producer, DJ and musician, Juls, Tay Iwar, and one of Jamaica’s most emerging talents, Projexx, showed us what a perfect culture union sounds like on True Love, one of the album’s standout tracks. Following their laudable performance on the album, Juls again tapped Iwar on 1985. This month, he leverages the obvious synergy they share on Chance, the lead single off his forthcoming album set for release later in summer.

Produced by Juls, Chance – a song that he intended to be “a love song for the grown and sexy…” with his homeland, Ghana as the central location of this story, a bid to capture the aesthetic of the western region in a very artsy way – is built on a plane of mellow percussive grooves, tailor-made for a romantic and carefree ambiance. Ever the signature of Juls’ music, the single is a savory fusion of African and Caribbean sounds, effortlessly blending reggae, dancehall, RnB, and alternative sounds to serve as the perfect backdrop for the trio’s alluring delivery.

Directed by Andy Madjetey, the accompanying video for Chance was shot in Ghana and swathed in an air of sensuality and playfulness. The video centers around the love story of a young couple living and loving each other freely without apology.

Chance demonstrates that the musical chemistry between them continues to be first class.

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