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Video: R2Bees 'Life (Walaahi)' + 'Agyeiii' Remixes

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Here's two flip-side of the coin tracks from Ghanaian superstars R2Bees. Like its title hints, "Life (Walaahi)" takes a contemplative look at the group's everyday life and general state of being, backed by producer Killbeatz' subtle synth beat. On the other side "Agyeii," the band's head-bopping hit from last fall — also crafted by Killbeatz — has a number of reworks up for free download from Akwaaba Music. Stream /grab both tracks below, as well as the remixes from Mad Mation, HVK, Captain Planet, Pushking Noize & Tillup, and One Man Army.

Update: Watch the newly dropped music video for "Life (Walaahi)" above.

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>>>Download: R2Bees "Life (Walaahi)"

[H/T NotJustOk, Akwaaba]

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