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Shaydee - Potential Freestyle

Shaydee is the next pop starlet out of the EME factory

EME recording act Shaydee presents new single ‘Potential Freestyle’ featuring Legendury Beatz. The 3 minute club song “Potential” is a freestyle track song produced by super producers Legendury Beatz who worked on ‘Azonto’ by Wizkid.

Shaydee’s vocal melody on this beat showcases his love for the dancehall style of music and has him dropping stunning vocals.

He is managed by – GidiGrooveMedia and Metal Entertainment.

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