Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Don’t Try Me - Zeal Dares Haters

Zeal of VIP
Zeal, a member of award-winning music group VIP, has sent a stern warning via a new single, to persons who seek his downfall not to dare him because he is “unstoppable.”  
Zeal dropped his first single, ‘Human Gyata’on YFM’s last Wednesday on Sammy Forson’s mid-morning show. 
Listening to the lyrics in the song, it is obvious the
man, whose beard has started making the headlines, seems to be talking to some faceless persons in the music industry.
Describing himself as ‘Human Gyata’, to wit human lion, he says, “…If you try me you go fall…I be Human Gyata. Don’t try me. They called the King of the jungle…they tried they tried many times, they failed they failed thousands times. Try me and you would be strangled…” in the new song.
Even though the singer is yet to explain his lyrics, some critics said his lyrics were warning the numerous sexy ladies out there known for disturbing male celebrities. 
Zeal’s release follows what has been a new dawn in the camp of VIP.
The group members reportedly agreed to do their individual singles under the umbrella of VIP, as another strategy to step up a different branding for VIP.
Prodigal was the first to release his single titled ‘DJs’, which is doing ok on the music scene.  Promzy is also reportedly waiting to release his song. 
Zeal’s ‘Human Gyata’ was produced by Masta Garzy.
Zeal’s contribution to VIP is enormous just as the other members.  Over the past 10 years, VIP has sold over five million records, making the group one of the best selling recording artistes in Africa.
It is made up of Zeal (Abdul Hamid Ibrahim), Promzy (Emmanuel Promzy Ababio) and Prodigal (Joseph Nana Ofori). They are described as a charismatic trio which has revolutionized the African music industry by creating award-winning compositions that blend High Life, Hip Hop and traditional African music.
VIP’s dedication to artistic innovation has resulted in record-breaking recognition with a list of esteemed accolades including countless international awards, multiple city tours and performances.

Credit: NEWS-ONE

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