Afro-pop star Bella Shmurda on the most recent edition of Apple Music Africa Now Radio told presenter Dada Boy Ehiz that his music is a problem to the industry… Let’s find out how.
When Dada Boy Ehiz questioned him about the deeper significance of tension in relation to his music, Bella said that it is because his music is music-like tension. His two previously released EPs are called “High Tension” and “High Tension II.”
“Tension is tension. Bella Shmurda is the tension. My sound is the tension, anything good is the tension so I just classify myself as a tension, as a problem to the industry. You can’t get me off-guard, you understand? And the album is off-guard.”
Bella said his album is going to be enthralling, and we should expect something different.
“Just expect pure Bella Shmurda, first of all, and expect something different. It’s not the usual Bella Shmurda like Bella Shmurda just going off whatever he’s known for. Just expect joy, happiness, and every good thing that comes with it.”
Bella believes he’s smarter and a better musician now that he’s been in the business for a while, and he wants to show this out in the record.
“I just feel like people feel like my vibe is hard to combine. It’s not something you can just wake up in the morning and just want to vibe to. It’s not just a vibe, it’s something you have to think about, something that goes a long way.
Personally, I’ve been trying to calm it down with my vibes, because I really want people to vibe with me. I don’t want it to be too hard for people to vibe with me. There are important people in this music industry that don’t like it, they can’t do it so harshly. You can’t do it too harshly because they won’t follow.”