Sunday, May 12, 2013

New Video: Squeeze - Dutty Love

Squeeze is one of the few awesome reggae dance hall acts in recent times in Nigeria, gaining momentum with his solid vibes. Here is the brand new video for one of his big tunes ''Duttly Love'' directed by Grand Poucet and released under Blackdutch Inc.

15 comments:

★★PRINCE CHARMING™★★ said...

"Copy-cat-ism"
Get original pls!

Rosey O. said...

Nyc job, Tarela!.....Kip it up!!!

Anonymous said...

Nyc Job, Tarela (aka Squeeze)! Kip it up.......

Anonymous said...

Thank God...finally squeeze drops something...now peeps can place a face to the name...knew wey back uniben days...illest raggae artist I ve ever met also gat a flossy style to rap.

Ben Emmy said...

No be only squeeze na squash....

Anonymous said...

Very colourful video and nice as well.

Anonymous said...

Nice one.

ManoMartins said...

Nice 1 squeeze,Good talent.

Tiwa said...

Wow got this song in one of my reggae mix, so happy i can finally download the song from the main act. Good one squeeze nice reggae tune, we reggae lovers luv it afterall Banky started off on the same pace (copying tune). In reggae u remix tunes dats why we riddims. big up man.

Anonymous said...

Tiwa Savage also copied don't leave with my heart tune. No mind dem jare bros. I love it. All na riddim

Mickey Jaguar said...

S/O 2 Squeeze ! the boy is really talented y'all should watch out for him....Bless UP!.

Avon said...

WOW!At last!We gained admission same time into UNIBEN.I remember him winning a Nokia phone in 100L for a good freestyle.It has always been in him.I'M SOOOOOOO SOOOOOOO happy for Squeeze.Ride on bro.We are proud of you.

Anonymous said...

Wow

Anonymous said...

Squeeze got mad talent, one of the most gifted u'll find in naija. He's a dancehall king. Watch out! Thank me later for givin y'all heads up

Xcel said...

This is a result of hardwork and prayers. No be man, na God. Its ur time to shine Bro. The best is yet to come. Nice one bro. This is a seed dat will open gates for more outstanding works. Bless up, Rasta Youth!.