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DJ Tunez Shares His Latest Single 'Causing Trouble,' Featuring Oxlade

Listen to DJ Tunez's latest banger.

Nigerian hitmaker, DJ Tunez is back with his latest musical offering, "Causing Trouble."

It's the artist's first single since last year's "Turn Up," his collaboration with Wizkid and Reekado Banks. "Causing Trouble" features the budding Nigerian artist Oxlade, who provides the song's melodic lyrics over breezy production by Spax. "Your body hotter than a sauna," he sings in true afropop form at the start of the track.


"In traditional Tunez fashion, the track includes infectious lyrics and an intense rhythmic beat," reads a press release. "Beginning with a smooth flow of instrumentals, a powerful entrance of the drums is swiftly introduced to the listener seconds before Oxlade's opening verse.'

The high-energy track will definitely be a song to add to the rotation as the weather gets warmer.

Listen to Dj Tunez's "Causing Trouble" featuring Oxlade below.

DJ Tunez ft. Oxlade - Causing Trouble (OFFICIAL AUDIO 2019) www.youtube.com

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