Dammy Krane Enlists Olamide, Medikal & Pearl Thusi For 'Balance Well'



In the past couple of days, Olamide has popped up on a horde of different songs, bringing his undefeated energy to collaborations with artists such as Rudeboy and Falz. Now, he's brought that same energy to Dammy Krane new track, "Balance Well".

Produced by Dicey, "Balance Well" is a strong pan-African jam, as Dammy Krane takes this hit across Africa, featuring not only Olamide’s rap prowess, but that of Ghanaian star, Medikal and South African female force, Pearl Thusi

With Dammy Krane on the hook, "Balance Well" is animated from the very start, with Olamide’s thrilling first verse drawing us in. He is definitely the star of the track, although all the artists come together to produce something solid. 

On "Balance Well", all the artists take Dammy Krane's lead, as he asks the girls to balance well as they whine on him. On their verses, Olamide is the one that all the girls want, whilst Medikal is able to find a bit of romance amidst all the sexual energy. 

Pearl Thusi's brief riff adds more depth to the song, her flirtatious rapping bringing a sweet contrast to the deep bass of all the male voices. Dammy Krane's collaborative vision was very well-thought-out, with the end product being a strong potential hit.

Listen to "Balance Well" below: 

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