Bomb$hell preps for debut album


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Terence Miselo


Local female rapper Bomb$hell is working on her first ever full album proposed to be released in November.

According to reports Bomb$hell’s album preparations comes with the aim to give her fans a chance to get her music in one space. Initially, the rapper who is famous for the rendition ‘Anajaila’ featuring Kantu and Wezi was considering releasing an Extended Play (E.P) but has now settled on doing a complete album.

She signaled her commitment to offloading the album through the release of a new single called ‘Backshot’ (Ngayo Ngayo) last week.

The song is not that obvious Bomb$hell type but has a deep club banger effect. This according to Bomb$hell is a deliberate move to make her fans appreciate more from her. The song, produced by Magician of Crystal Ball, features Tie4 and basically talks about a girl in a club who sees a man looking like a strong man that she needs (Ngayo ngayo).

On the album, Bomb$hell has chosen to work with a number of artistes and producers that include Magician himself, Profile and hopes to work with T-Sean, Kekero and Shinko Beats. This is move is deliberate as she wants to capture different genres on the album.


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