Music of Friday, 27 July 2012
Source: Bullhaus Entertainment
Bullhaus Entertainment has unveiled another extremely talented artiste onto the very competitive Ghanaian music landscape.
NaturalFaCe, whose musical talents can be fused with many genres, is set to be another Bullhaus wonder. His two singles, ‘So High’ and ‘I Dey Feel You’, were officially released on July 18th and are already receiving good responses.
A heady mix between house, reggaeton and pop, with an incredible lacing of African drums and other African aesthetics, NaturalFaCe’s style is definitely unique to the Ghanaian landscape and is primed for creating an international storm.
The actual launch of the video of his single, ‘So high’, took place on Saturday at The Tavern, Osu. The event attracted powerful personalities such as Samini, Okyeame Kwame, Tinny, Trigmatic, Richie, Ignace Hego of 4syte TV, 5Five, who performed on the night, with NaturalFaCe crowning the occasion.
Bullhaus videos tend to play with the quality of contrast, daringly bringing to the fore, the harsh realities of life in Ghana. Not caught up in the need to showcase the untrue-to-life flashy lifestyles of celebrity culture, it is common to find the camera panning areas of neglect and harsh poverty, making social demands for change through the art of film and music.
The video for ‘So High’ was shot on a bare stretch of land with a single wreck of an airplane.
Camera quality and direction was superb. Costuming was an ingenious masterpiece by Chapter One.
Bullhaus Entertainment has pioneered the careers of popular artistes like 5Five and Iwan through hits such as ‘African Girls’, and ‘Mugyebaya’ by 5Five; ‘Still Love Me’, ‘Thanks and Praise’ and ‘Tell ‘Em Again’ by Iwan. Bullhaus Entertainment is currently the record label for VIP and the beautiful songstress, Bertha, who earlier this year won Best Collaboration with Okyeame Kwame at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
Watch one of the creative arts of NaturalFaCe below: