Dubai-based Nigerian R&B star Ash Hamman to cause ?trouble? in the music industry for the video of hit track ?WAHALA?
Dubai based King of RnB recently released hit song ?Wahala? and is currently receiving rave reviews in different markets within the Middle East and in Africa.

Ash Hamman is best known for his previous hits such as ?Body n Soul?, ?Im Sorry? , ?Over? and now ?Wahala?. This hot new afro pop / RnB track is certainly another up-tempo banger, ?WAHALA?.

The Afro-beat based song ?Wahala? which means ?Trouble? has caused shock waves in the markets it has been launched in and the video is definitely going to achieve massive appeal based on the concept as well as level of detail focused on the project.

With rumors being flaunted around as being one of the most expensive and stylish videos in the last few years. The video which will be shot in Dubai, will showcase the lifestyle and appeal of Dubai as a frontier market for music as well as a well-versed travel destination.

While being interviewed, Ash Hamman said that, ?Currently, in the market everyone is doing something similar to the next artist; with the video for Wahala, I want to give the fans something they will enjoy to watch as well as listen. I want to take the industry to another level of video production as well as quality of content.?

The Wahala video will also feature behind the scenes footage, which will be showcased on global platforms such as MTV as well as UAE / East African based Clouds TV International.

Speaking for Clouds Media International, Samora Waluchio mentioned that,???it is a pleasure to work with a talented and well-versed artist such as Ash Hamman. We see great value in the talent he has showcased over the years as well as taking a unique approach to the shooting of the video from behind the scenes to the aftermath of the video launch.?

It seems that Ash Hamman is back and how fitting could it be that he will cause ?Trouble? within the music
fraternity with his upcoming video.

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