Ghanaian singer and choreographer, Slim Busterr, widely famed for records like Masan Aba, Georgina, Nhyira, and Etoile, makes a grand resurgence from a significant break with new highlife music he christens “Vuvuzela.”
Reportedly off a forthcoming album, the joint sees Busterr (born Ebenezer Asare) reiterate his place as musical figurehead, cautioning “newcomers” against being swollen-headed by modest success. Instrumentation-wise, the record is filled with the specific pauses that facilitate breakdancing—which constitute his trademark dance steps.
The accompanying clip for the song, overflowing with colour bomb costume and slick dance moves, was directed by Finnez.
Venturing into showbiz in 1986, when he emerged overall winner of the National Dance Championship, Slim Busterr swiftly went on to impress himself as a consummate entertainer, dispatching multiple charting albums including Masanaba (2000), Eye Fe Keke (2001), and Marsherita (2008). Baby, his 2002 offering, was awarded Best video at that year’s Ghana Music Awards.
Watch Vuvuzela below: