Prince Amine Is Deep In His Roots In New Song “Spell Pon Mi”

As he prepares to release his upcoming album “Afrikan Boy,” it’s only natural that he dishes up some fresh calming, and engaging songs. He understands his role and executes it flawlessly.

The 23-year-old Montreal singer/songwriter is offering a great 10-track album that combines Afrobeats with an unexpected injection of R&B, dancehall, and kompa, with the result likely to be a dynamic and fascinating blend that takes listeners on a musical adventure unlike any other.

“Spell Pon Mi” was inspired by Jamie Foxx and Kanye West’s Goldigger, but with a significant twist, talking about never being satisfied but being unable to stop giving more and more.

The musician expertly incorporates R&B components into the mix, bringing sensuality and emotional depth to the songs while portraying a spectrum of emotions with ease and sincerity.

The silky voice and deep harmonies compliment the Afrobeats accompaniment well, providing a captivating and immersive musical experience, and his songwriting abilities are equally excellent.

According to him, “With this project, I wanted to focus on one genre while exploring many kinds of emotions. This last year was a personal journey of growth, lessons and exploration of my own artistry and the album reflects that rollercoaster. Through your listening experience, you will be motivated to be great, you’ll be down to party, you’ll be feeling vulnerable at times and you’ll also be remembering loved ones who passed away.”

Prince Amine is a fantastic vocalist with a voice that makes an eternal mark on everyone who hears him perform. The captivating rhythms and vibrating beats immediately capture the listener’s attention and create an overwhelming desire to dance.

Listen to the first song off the album and it was made in conjunction with his childhood friend and Cameroonian musician and producer Frank’emcy. Follow him on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Tik Tok.

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