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[New Music] Overflow Inc Global drops an Afrobeat gospel song ‘Bossu’

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Contemporary gospel music group, Overflow Inc Global, a bigger umbrella of Overflow Inc comprising of all branches from across the world; Belgium, Uk, and Cannada has released their brand new Afrobeat gospel single titled ‘Bossu’.

This is another masterpiece from the renown Ghanaian music group after their last single “BRA”, a music piece which literally means “Come”.

The song ‘Bossu’, a slang which connotes someone in high authority, exercising power over a domain, is purely an Afropop Gospel song with an element that will appeal to the young generation with an ever-changing taste for music in general.

According to the team;

This piece targets all forms of worlds especially the exuberant generation -the youth-. To all gangsters , Afrobeat lovers , dancers , “yo yo’s” and all music lovers , this is your Jam.

Overflow grew in popularity after their debut single ‘Enuonyam’, an acapella rendition of popular worship songs with harmonies that blew the minds of gospel music enthusiasts.

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This was immediately followed by “Majie Oyi “ a contemporary worship medley, which trended across the country; consequently turned into a worship tune for churches and worship leaders across the country.

The song was produced by Gentleman with lead vocals by Joshua Boateng, Irene Akoto, Bernard Franklyn, Manny Michael’s and Leticia Yeboah.

The song is available on iTunes and Spotify.


Listen to Youtube Video below;




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