While some artists experience a slow progression to stardom, others become instant successes. London artist Maulo has 2 million online plays already under his belt. Additionally, he’s received major co-signs from publications far and wide, such as GQ, Notion Magazine, Capital Xtra and even GRM Daily. Furthermore, the London artist has a huge love for afrobeats. Being of Nigerian descent, he even draws inspiration from other great afrobeats artist such as Wizkid, Burna Boy, and Davido.
Furthermore, Maulo loves to fuse together classic pan-African sounds with contemporary, UK black music to create songs that are characteristically him. Furthermore, many fans recognize him for his hit single “Ambition.” Moreover, the hit song played during British boxing sensation Anthony Joshua’s match, where he walked-it-out in front of 60,000 people.
With so much critical-acclaim under his belt already, it’s almost inappropriate to categorize Maulo as another on-the-rise artist. Recently, the Tenwest signee made plans to drop his newest offering “Roll It” on October 14th. In this track, Maulo just wants to celebrate life all day, every day.
Maulo’s Inviting Us To His Celebration Of Life
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On the track “Roll It” Maulo just wants to have fun. The song finds the Nigerian-born artist in a good mood and spreading even better vibes. He asks his lover to dance with him out on the dancefloor. Obviously, the song draws heavy inspiration from the dance community, hence the catchy tune, infectious beats and lush synths. Clearly, the artist really knows how to have fun.
The Inspiration Behind Roll It
Believe it or not, Maulo did his homework on creating his new track “Roll It.” It may be a fun and inventive track, but the song draws majorly from today’s modern dance culture. In speaking about the inspiration behind “Roll It,” Maulo noted that he spent hours watching TikTok dancers show off their moves to different songs. Their dance numbers alone helped bring out the music Maulo wanted to create.
In conclusion, Maulo notes that he’s grown as an artist. Making dope records and growing as an artist, that sounds like a killer combo. Be sure to catch more music from London artist Maulo and watch his come up.