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Buffalo Souljah penetrates Jamaican music scene

South African based dancehall singer Buffalo Souljah is making huge waves on the international scene and in particular the Jamaican market. He has managed to penetrate the busy and demanding Jamaican music scene following a recent deal that he signed off with Jamaican stable Natural bond. Although the singer might have failed to gain so much prominence on home soil, he seems to have attracted so much attention internationally.

His previous hit song “No man is bigger than God”was also done by the same company under the Porus riddim, with which he has signed the deal. Other famous names such as IOctane and Beenie man also featured on the same riddim but it was Buffalo who won the hearts of many with his lyrical flow and fresh spin. Under the new deal, the stable will be responsible for the South African based chanter’s marketing and public relations in the Caribbean Islands and even beyond. Buffalo’s new and promising deal seeks to cement his relationship with the stable which is known for promoting reggae/dancehall artistes.

In an interview with The Herald Arts, Jerome Elvie, a producer as well as the boss of Natural Bond Entertainment, could not hide his admiration of Buffalo. “This is not the first time that we have worked with Buffalo having engaged him before as a stable. “We have been in touch since then and developed to become a family where we can exchange ideas.“We have never doubted his talent and we are looking forward to a good working relationship,” said Jerome. In another interview, Buffalo who recently featured on Gold Leaf riddim produced by Jerome said he was determined to conquer the world.Buffalo Souljah“I have always wanted to make an international breakthrough and I am glad that it is shaping up now with more music to come. “As an artiste, expanding my global appeal and reach has always been my wish. “I won’t stop working hard so that I reach out many people and put Zimbabwe on the world map through music,” he said. Buffalo Souljah has also hailed Jerome for his impact in ushering him to the world.

“The synergies I have created with Jerome has helped me to fulfil my dream goal to penetrate the Caribbean where it all started. “I always wanted to market my music in Jamaica and its environs and finally Jerome has been made me realise my dream.”Meanwhile, Buffalo has lined up a Caribbean tour once the Covid-19 pandemic recedes or ends. In Africa, he has collaborated with some of the continent’s heavy-weights. His collaboration titled Rugare featuring Winky D has also made him a darling of local dancehall lovers.

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