Of the series of trends that ruled west African music industries this year, the Amapiano sound, accompanied by all of its variations and the chance of social media virality through apps like Tik Tok and Triller, is top on the list of those sought after by any musician with a dollar and a dream. For Ghana’s Sefa, she has tapped into both. Earlier this year, she released her viral hit Echoke which did fair rounds across social media platforms, especially Tik Tok where the signature dance for this anthem caused quite the stir. She is now back to close the year with her Amapiano inspired track Fever.
Aptly described as a future hit, a title made possible with its rich and engaging elements, Fever features none other than fellow Ghanaian rap icon Sarkodie and South African DJ Tira, a duo that increases the single’s chances of virality and prolongs Sefa’s reign.
Couched in headiness driven by Sefa’s emotiveness, Fever banks on the uniqueness of its features, powered by Sarkodie and DJ Tira strengths, its rich soundscape, and Sefa’s deep tenor that conveys as many emotions as possible.