Rushawn, a young boy, has risen to fame after an old video of him singing resurfaced online and went viral.
The young musician became a global figure after a video in which he sang Jermaine Edwards‘ ‘Beautiful Day‘ resurfaced on social media.
According to DanceHallMag, the clip that showed him singing in a classroom while in his school uniform was filmed many years ago.
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Sweet little voice from years back
Some weeks after the video became globally known, the original owner of the song, Jermaine Edwards, found and asked him for a remix project.
The kid that sang beautifully in the video has grown into a fine young chap and shed light on his intentions during an interview with @kingston11antics.
During the interview, Rushawn was overwhelmed with joy for the positive turn in his life and is optimistic about his future.
With remixes from various music producers and musicians, the boy’s antiqued song quickly became a whirlwind that stirred social media.
He spoke about his dream of becoming a singer but expressed shock about how his sudden fame completely surprised him.
Rushawn also revealed that the owner of the song, Jermaine, had already reached out to him, and they would both be doing a remix of the track together.
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Reaction: Very promising star
While reacting to the post, many netizens celebrated the young boy and wished him luck. See some comments below;
Brikz boi – indeed it is beautiful voice. ❤
Sonia Morris – wow nice voice
Bountiful Taiwo-Adelanwa – THANK YOU FOR PAIN is healing for me
Daliso Junior – lord I thank u for sunshine
Pitmans Asare Manu – Keep it up brother.
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Shatta Wale makes U-turn, begs Nigerians for help
Meanwhile, Shatta Wale castigated the Ghanaian music industry and turned to Nigerians for assistance.
The singer took to his verified Twitter account to plead for help from Nigerian fans and music promoters.
It seemed the musician realised that the Nigerian market would greatly assist his music career.