Award-winning Burundian superstar, Sat-B unwraps new nostalgic single accompanied by visuals tilted Hug Me, featuring Kenyan afro pop artist Otile Brown.
A smooth slice of Afro-pop, Hug Mesees the two acts trade verses amidst a relaxed, sun kissed production by DJ Korona. The single was arranged by Joel Houghton and mastered by Herbert Skills, and is Sat-B’s second single of the year.
For Me is my second collaboration from Kenya, after Sweet Darling by Bahati. “I hope all African can connect with Hug Me, because through it, me and my brother Otile Brown have decided to let everyone see through our heart.
The song communicates to everyday life and on relationships,” adding, “It will make you fall in love all over again.” We appreciate all the love and support given so far.
An intriguing, modern afro-pop jam, Hug Me extends Sat-B’s colourful discography and will no doubt enhance the excitement in parties this summer across Africa.
Sat-B is a Burundian singer/songwriter who started his solo career in 2009 after breaking off from his former music group Wanavesi Kikosi. His solo career led him to his stardom and massive success in Burundi.
He made his big break 2010 with the single Inkuru y’Ukuriand since then he has consistently delivered hit after hit. With a career spanning a decade, he has risen to become one of Burundi’s biggest stars in R&B and Hip-Hop and ready to conquer Africa.
He continues to collaborate with different artists in the region like Aslay, Bahati, Kidum, Sauti Sol, Meddy and Otile Brown.
Sat-B’s multi-dimensional grasp of genres and worlds has seen him gain critical attention across Africa. With his full length project on the horizon, mark Sat-B as one of Africa’s most thrilling RnB/Hip Hop voices set for international relevance in 2021 and beyond.
Make sure to request Sat-B’s new single Hug Me on your favourite music video channel and radio stations. Follow him on social media for updates on upcoming projects.