Pheelz – Go Low

Go Low by Pheelz

Pheelz – Go Low

Nigerian Afrobeat giant, singer, songwriter, and record producer known as Pheelz illuminates the music arena with another thriller tune named “Go Low”

The above-mentioned functions as a follow-up to “Ruin,” a song that features him from American singer-songwriter and performing artist, Usher.


And also a follow-up to “Pheelz Good (Triibe Tape) EP,” his previously uncovered Extended Playlist.

Moreover, “Go Low” is an exciting song that I prolly see it going to the top of music charts and winning a good space in deejays’ playlists for it really is a banger for party people.

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Overall, if you are a guy who loves to listen to decent music, this is another impressive project that for sure will grab the top spot on the playlist of your favorite songs.

Listen to “Go Low” by Pheelz below!

audio Go Low by Pheelz
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