Bakilla, the new face of Ghanaian afrobeat
Tamale, who goes by the stage name Bakira, is a 34-year-old Belgium-based Ghanaian Afrobeat artist with deep roots in the northern capital of Ghana, and was originally called Seydu Ilyas. Through his sensational Afrobeat songs.
Bakira Fharm is a former member of the former group Menez GH, which has been producing music consistently for over ten years, based in Antwerp, Belgium, and has performed many on some very notable big stages in Ghana and Europe. have thrilled the fans of A concert held in Tamale last year.
Together with his former group members they made epic singles like Beautiful Person, Earthquake, Long Way and Odo that keep making waves whenever music is talked about in Ghana and Europe. .
As a testament to her continuous exploration and effort since deciding to go solo from the Menes Group, Bakira spoke of Vibration and the beauty of dark-skinned women and her desire to visit her home country of Ghana. Released Ghana. To keep his fans and Afrobeat lovers excited.
As the new year began, Bakira hinted at the possibility of this year’s EP in exchanges with media who regularly visit Ghana.
“I am excited to return home as usual at the beginning and end of each year to draw inspiration and, most importantly, deliver music to my fans that works hard, excites them and sustains their love. One of the biggest things I want to do this year is to release an EP before the end of the year.There is a lot of work going on in the background, so please take care fans,” he said.
When asked what to expect in the coming months, he replied: best music for them “
Afrobeat is one of the fastest growing music genres putting Africa on the map. Interest in this particular musical genre, especially this diaspora, has grown in recent years, giving a very promising character to the genre that Bakira Fharm has captured the interest of Ghanaians both at home and in the diaspora. .