Nigerian singer who was born Ahmed Abiola Adebiyi, but now widely known as Bella Shmurda has indeed come to prove that he is here to stay and not just a flash in the wave. It’s speculated that the singer’s latest track release, “Rush” is a response to all of his critics who have declared that the young singer is on a very fast lane but the singer has made clear his indifference about the whole matter.
Making reference to it, the singer sang; “Why dem asking me why? Why I always getting high? But me I never reply cos Awe, that’s my way.”
The track which maintains it’s groovy feel shows the singer flow jumping from his much loved language, Yoruba to English. The song which sits comfortably in between high tempo and mid-tempo is a feel-good song encapsulating the writer and singer’s emotions written all over it. Although the likes of Olamide, Lil Kesh, and Zlatan have paved the way for Bella Shmurda to thrive, yet the singer has clearly pushed aside every form of barrier and limitation as his music transcends the deep cultures of the streets.
Ever since his announcing debut, “High Tension,” the singer has carefully paced his measure of success as he metrically finds himself progressing in the fame ladder. The singer’s “Rush” is a simple proof of the nature of the music industry now, of doesn’t necessarily go after flamboyant debuts but accepted messages. He is referred to as the new voice of the streets in his home town, Lagos in Nigeria. Last year 2020 he hit the world with his debut EP titled ‘High Tension’ and also the Hit song “CASH APP.”