With a new club-ready release out and EP on the way, Pheelz is showing no signs of slowing down.

One of Nigeria’s most sought-after producers, Pheelz is proving to be a musician of many talents with ‘Go Low’ – his third solo track which dropped mid-March and has been racking up streams since. Following his stellar contributions to Usher’s chart-topping album, ‘Coming Home’, where he masterminded hits like ‘Ruin’ and the titular track, Pheelz continues his ascent to superstardom with this dance-ready release that has already taken South by Southwest festival by storm.


Perfectly timed for the summer festival season, ‘Go Low’ is a pulsating anthem that layers slick synths over a club beat, beckoning listeners to succumb to its mood and dance. Commanding the centre stage, Pheelz introduces a saxophone twist to his signature production style, a dazzling backdrop for velvety vocals chanting “Go low low low low” to unfurl. Speaking on the inspiration behind the track, Pheelz shares, “it tells the story of a boy and a girl on the dance floor. ‘Go Low’ is all about spreading joy and positive energy, serving as a feel-good anthem for partygoers worldwide.”


With accolades including BET and MOBO Award nominations, and endorsements from industry heavyweights like Dr. Dre and Timbaland, the multi-hyphenate is at the peak of his career. Meanwhile, as a solo artist and frequent collaborator of icons such as Kali Uchis, and Pharrell Williams, Pheelz is proving his sound will continue to evolve.  As he gears up for the release of his extended project Pheelz Good II, fans eagerly anticipate more innovative sounds and personal narratives from this dynamic hitmaker, whose impact on the music world shows no signs of slowing down.

Listen to ‘Go Low’ now:


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