Bella Shmurda’s “Do Not Disturb” EP is more like a music project that encapsulates his rapid growth in the music industry. No doubt, since his vision 2020 came through he’s been on a pedestal of noiseless growth, just big moves and Vibes.
This new music project “DND” by Bella Shmurda drops after a really impressive music run, and thoughtful collaboration moves that resulted into hits. In past months, it’s been refreshing to hear Bella Shmurda on a song with Tiwa Savage, Lil Kesh and Young Jonn.
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Coming through with DND EP at this time is perfect as the body of work takes music lovers through his steady growth while offering insight into the bigger stuff still coming from the Bella Shmurda brand.
The EP started off with way different vibe you won’t ordinarily expect from Bella Shmurda. “In Charge” is an amapiano vibe that points to the fact that Bella Shmurda has versatility in his veins.
Following through with “Ara (Gen Gen Tin)”, a song which is not entirely new but sounds fresh on this EP. It’s a well-cooked self-praising jam that will successfully pass as a club banger.
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The third track of the EP, NSV (Non-stop Vibe) featuring Tiwa Savage is also not a new tune. Ofcourse, a Tiwa Savage collaboration could only mean the industry is feeling the heat of LASU-bred Afrobeat act. On NSV, Tiwa Savage tilted a bit to the street “Bella Shmurda Gbemidebe” and it’s safe to say the Afrobeat Queen killed it.
Lil Kesh got engaged on “DND” which is the fifth track on the EP, no one else could have complimented Bella Shmurda better on the song. It’s only right to name the EP after the song as it seems like the smoothest track of all.
Bankruptcy featuring Pheelz is one of the brand new songs on the EP. Apart from Pheelz producing the song, he contributed an amazing verse on the song while Bella Shmurda smashed it with his unique vocals.
Rounding off the EP with “JOJO” Bella Shmurda indeed released a body of music work that shows he’s is not a guy to be underrated even in the midst of all the noise in the afrobeat space, his growth has been steady and it will be long-lasting.