“I am a lover of all forms of music and versatility is my policy. However, dancehall is where my energy lies as I set to bring out a fusion of dancehall, soca and African trap music,” De’BRANDISH told this Splash.
He said friends, Black Dice Dancers, “bugged” him about writing a dance for the ladies “so I told my management team about the idea. We did some work on the track and came up with the Zuloo Whine concept because the energy was so African.”
Dancehall personalities Marvin The Beast and DHQ Nickesha have been promoting the Zuloo Whine on social media. They are also in its official music video which will be released shortly.