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JULIAN DARKSTA a Ghanaian-UK based Afro-beats and dancehall artiste has said partnering with Ebony on his song will be a great tune.

Julian Darksta, Afro-beats artiste

According to him, Ebony is one of the artistes who freely express herself in her music and both of them on a song will be a big hit.

Julian who started his music career a year ago is a graduate from the University of the District of Colombia and is known for his continental musical fusion of African, American and West Indian decent with a speciality in wordplay. Julian’s music is making waves the international Afro-beat and UK Afro swing scenes.

The artiste and song writer in an interview with the fylladey said he was raised in South London, Ghana (Accra) and USA. Julian has recorded great few songs but has released one which is titled ‘Anytime’, he said “I have always had the passion for music and have been good with words and freestyle but decided to go into music full time a year ago.”

‘Anytime’ was produced by a UK based producer K’ Adu and visuals by Babsdirection in Accra Ghana which will be ready soon. The song is available on iTunes, Spotify, SoundCloud and other platforms.

Julian who is inspired by versatile artists recommends Stonebwoy for his humbleness, Reggie Rockstone for embraces and helping new talent. He overly takes his inspiration from the great Bob Marley because of his messages about love, peace and unity, which he believes the modern world needs.

The songwriter who is a big fun of Shatta Wale told the  fylladey “I’m bringing a new style of artistry to the music industry and there’s is a lot of ideas I have for the industry which will benefit especially the artists to also get some capital.”

He encouraged young one to never give up on their dreams because no one can determine the end result “feel free to try new things because success comes from failure.”


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  1. John Frempong

    January 18, 2018 at 11:41 am

    Big shut out to my homie Darkie and He’s a star Boy from day one:Garage And Jungle music baddest so congrats bro.More prayers. #weekend..IL Kase.

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