In honour and remembrance of the late boisterous singer, Pulse presents five tunes recorded by the former Kennis Music artist, Goldie. Recently Pulse and the rest of the entertainment industry mourned but yet celebrated the life of late West African idol Gospel singer Eric Arubayi.
This post remembers Goldie Harvey who lost her life on this date February 14, 2013. Goldie Harvey was signed to Kennis Music label, formerly home to acts such as 2face Idibia, The Remedies, Sound Sultan, Jaywon and a host of other breakout stars.Pulse Music presents five songs by the late energetic singer and performer.
Jawo jawo (ft Jaywon)
Arguably, her most popular hit song featuring then label mate Jaywon, the song talked about dating women with expensive taste.
Don’t touch my body
Goldie rides on this up-tempo song produced by Sarz. She’s all about upholding her moral standards on this record, telling the guys a better way of grabbing her attention and pay less attention to their physical desires.
Skibobo (ft AY)
Harvey hooks up her fans with this club friendly tune, oozing major sex appeal in the visuals. Cameo appearances by comic eccentric presenter Derenle.
You know it (ft eLDee the don)
Goldie won with this power catchy tune featuring the veteran rapper eLDee. With easily memorisable lyrics and a catchy hook, Goldie ruled the airwaves with this song.
Say my name
Goldie is captivated by love as she parades DJ Sose as her love interest. Daddy Freeze of Cool FM Lagos also makes a cameo appearance at the beginning of the visual directed by Oludare. Goldie certainly put work into her career while it lasted, her legacy lives on forever in the sands of time and in the Nigerian entertainment scene.
Source: PulseNG Music Buzz