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Mr Dutch, Reekado Banks, turn on fire in new single ‘Fire Down’

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After the success of his song ‘Antidote’, on which he featured Solid Star, Mr Dutch is back, with the release of a new song titled ‘Fire Down’, which drops Friday, August 10, 2018 featuring Reekado Banks.

On the mid-tempo song, Mr. Dutch who has already made himself a force to reckon with on the African music scene by headlining major shows in South Africa prior to his grand home coming to Nigeria, leaves listeners thirsting for more as he delivers captivating musical lyrics with Reekado Banks on the hit song.

According to the singer who once said; “My goal is to create sounds that come from deep inside of me. It may not sound like the current wave of sound but the delivery is what matters. I feel if you should believe in what you are giving out, there will be people who will love it. I seriously don’t need to follow the trend because no matter what there must be some people who will listen to whatever you put out”, ‘Fire Down’ is one song that would change the game on the Nigerian music scene because it has an evergreen sound and message which would have a lasting impact on its listeners.

Bright Ukpabi, better known as Mr Dutch, CEO of Dutch Dreams Records is leaving no stone unturned as he already has a list of back to back hits for the listening pleasure of his fans in Nigeria, Africa and the world at large.

Produced by Egar Boi, “Fire Down” this is one song that will not only top but will remain on music charts for a long time.

“Kudos to Reekado Banks for this collaboration as he is one to always make the best of every song he is on. This is one song that will be here for such a long time,” he boasts.

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