SHELLSY BARONET PAIRS UP WITH MR. BOW FOR “MA LOVA

SHELLSY BARONET PAIRS UP WITH MR. BOW FOR “MA LOVA

Following her incredible appearance and performance as a breaking artist on Coke Studio Africa, Shellsy Baronet has paired up with Mozambican star, Mr. Bow for her new single titled “Ma Lova.”

Shellsy Baronet has been in the market for quite a very short time but has already won the hearts of many across Africa and in Europe. Being the amazingly talented young artist that she is, there’s definitely more in store from her as a multitalented entertainer.

The Kizomba songstress who just got nominated for Best Female Kizomba of the year at the AMI Awards, made her debut on Coke Studio Africa in 2017 on the big break segment which saw her working with African heavy weights Eddy Kenzo from Uganda and Bisa Kdei from Ghana.

With an objective to spread her wings more through collaborations and a growing audience across the continent, Shellsy has teamed up with Mozambique’s recording artist and producer, Mr. Bow for her new single, “Ma Lova.”

“Ma Lova” is a sentimental, catchy, sing-along Afro-pop tune, where each of the artists respectively in character, express their love for each other.

Now available for streaming and download on:

iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/za/album/ma-lova-feat-mr-bow-single/1346359679

Joox: http://bit.ly/Shellsy_MyLova

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/shellsybaronet/ma-lova-ft-mr-bow

Audiomack: https://audiomack.com/song/shellsy-baronet/ma-lova-ft-mr-bow

Follow more updates on Shellsy and her music:

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