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Givtti ShanDon releases debut single for 2024, ‘Goodbye’

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Fast-rising Ghanaian singer Givtti ShanDon, born Gifty Asante, has made a significant move in her music career by releasing her debut single for 2024, titled “Goodbye.”

This new release marks another chapter in her journey as a rising star in the Ghanaian music scene.

Givtti, who gained popularity with her hit song “We Don’t Play,” has been steadily building her fan base over the past few years.

Her recent single “I dey Enter Your Eye,” released just nine months ago,
has further solidified her position as a force to be reckoned with in Ghanaian music.

The singer’s rise to fame began when she transitioned from acting to music, making a bold statement with her debut audiovisual, “We Don’t Play,” in 2021.

Since then, she has been working tirelessly to produce quality music and deliver exceptional performances, which has earned her a significant following on social media platforms. Her Instagram account now boasts an impressive 108,000+ followers.

Givtti’s music is a fusion of genres, blending elements of Afrobeats, highlife, and contemporary R&B to create a unique sound that resonates with fans across Africa and beyond.

Her ability to adapt and innovate has been a key factor in her success, making her a standout artiste in the Ghanaian music scene.

The release of “Goodbye” is a significant milestone in Givtti’s career, marking her first official single for the year.

The song is expected to be a hit, given her growing popularity and the success of her previous releases.

Givtti’s journey is a testament to the power of perseverance and dedication.

From her early days as an actress to her transition into music, she has consistently pushed herself to new heights, earning her a reputation as a talented and innovative artiste.

As Givtti continues to make waves in the Ghanaian music scene, fans are eagerly anticipating her next move.

With “Goodbye” marking her debut single for 2024, it is clear that she is here to stay and will continue to make a significant impact on the music industry.

 

Source: Phylx, Contributor

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