Inusa Dawuda Out With ‘True Love’

Ghanaian-born international Afro-German musician Inusa Dawuda has released a new single, ‘True Love’, on iTunes and the track is fast gaining attention.

An established artiste, Inusa Dawuda is a singer, songwriter and saxophonist. Some of his works were released from popular recording labels such as BMG, Universal Records, Kontor Records, Tiger Records and more.

His popularity has spread from Russia, Germany, Turkey, Austria, Albania, Ukraine to Poland, and this has made many people to anticipate the release of his song. He is certainly bringing a smash hit with his ‘True Love.’

‘True Love’ is a song born out of an idea which came from Inusa Dawuda’s friend, Francis Kokutse. Together with Bushbeatz, who is in charge of all the beats for the song, Dawuda added the other parts and also took over the production requirements.

As soon as the entire song was finished along with other singles in his album, he released the song on iTunes for everyone to get a copy. Being a musician under the club and house genre, he has also engaged in other genres to give his career a bit of excitement.

As Inusa Dawuda’s song has been released on iTunes, his loyal fans and other people who are interested in his music and the genre are sure to find reasons why they should download the single. Whenever Inusa composes a song, you can tell he has put in his all.

‘Inusa is pure talent,’ said James K. Moore, Chairman/CEO of Moore Success Inc.

‘Each time we run a campaign for him, we see the growth and experience he exudes in his work. It is truly a pleasure to work with such an artiste and professional,’ he added.

Inusa Dawuda is known as ‘Black Pharaoh’ and is recognised as a multi-talented singer, entertainer, saxophonist and songwriter. He gained popularity by topping the bill at various party events in Europe and across the globe and now has a wide fan base from different countries.

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