Belizean acts Safa Gaw and Fobi Obi are eyeing streaming success this Summer with their smash hit collab ‘Purple.’

The collaboration ‘Purple’ between artiste Safa Gaw and Fobi Obi is the lead single off Safa Gaw’s album entitled “Gawdy Things,” which was released on January 4th, 2020 prior to the dreaded COVID19 virus.

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Produced by Alex “LexusPro” Westby, the hard-hitting Afro-pop, Caribbean fused sounding record speaks directly to the females, as both artistes speak to their ability to cater to a female’s every need whether emotionally, financially or physically.

Fobi Obi & Model on set of Purple.

An intimate semi outdoor/indoor settings with a very complimentary touch of ‘Purple’ tint was used throughout the entire official visual of the track, by Meraki Media House Production on undisclosed locations in Los Angeles California.

Belizean Artiste Safa Gaw

“The feedback has been incredible from the fans internationally and especially in the country of Belize who have been anticipating to see there artist produced a music product that can resonate organically within the international music market

says Safa Gaw

Safa Gaw most popularly known for his song “Boo Hoo” which amassed over 1,000,000 streams and counting across all major platforms.

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Following the onpour of positive commentary surrounding the single from the fans internationally and local Belizean music scene, they now believe they have a music product that can resonate and gain traction organically within the mainstream music market.

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