Belgian Artist Coely Drops ‘Fruit Of Bantu’ With Shaka Shams

Belgian artist Coely has made a triumphant return with her latest album Alive, which includes the track “Fruit Of Bantu” featuring rapper Shaka Shams.

Coely’s dynamic delivery and unique style on a catchy melody are on full display, while Shams brings his strong and powerful energy to the collaboration. The resulting sound is a mix of hip-hop and Afro that is both successful and infectious.

Coely has become an undeniable hip-hop icon with a charming laugh, drawing fans from all over the world with a wide range of musical preferences and cultural origins.

Her previous album Different Waters was certified gold in 2018 and featured hit singles such as “Don’t Care” and “Celebrate.” She has also penned songs such as “Hush” for the soundtrack of the movie Tueurs (Above The Law) and More Mess alongside Kungs and Olly Murs.

Coely has received numerous honors throughout her career, including Humo’s Best Female Artist title, two MIA awards for ‘Urban’ and ‘Solo Female’, and an Ultima cultural award from the Flemish Community. She amazes audiences with her vivacity, passion, and beautiful voice.

Alive is a testament to Coely’s evolution as an artist and her ability to blur the lines between hip-hop, soul, and pop. Her new album shows us why she is a force to be reckoned with in the music industry, and “Fruit Of Bantu” is a standout track that showcases her talents and highlights her collaboration with Shaka Shams.

Coely’s Alive is the perfect album to help break free from the Covid shackles that have held us back for so long. Listen to the single below and immerse yourself in Coely’s unique and infectious sound.

Listen to “Fruit Of Bantu” below:


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