Dutch DJ/producer duo Afro Bros has joined forces with Jamaican artist Sean Kingston for their new super single, “How Many Times.” The chorus a has tropical rhythm characteristic of Kingston, along with pitch-shifting grooves, catchy vocals, and overall good vibes from Afro Bros. This tune is going to be thrown around all summer long, and it is officially out now on Spinnin’ Records.
“How Many Times” demonstrates the talent and creativity of these two acts in the peak of their abilities. The fusion of the urban, afro house sound of Afro Bros with Sean Kingston’s reggae infused elements makes this a remarkable collaboration. Additionally, the innovative use of vocals and melodies makes this track resonate with people’s senses on a whole new level.
“We wanted to make a remake of the super hit ‘Beautiful Girls’ of Sean Kingston. Instead of doin’ that we now have a collaboration with the man himself! ‘How Many Times’ is a romantic summer jam that comes with an Afro Bros drop and drums!” – Afro Bros
Afro Bros come all the way from the Dutch city of Arnhem and are exclusively signed on Spinnin’ Records/MusicAllStars Publishing. They have already earned millions of streams with singles, “18+” and “So Much Love.” The duo is also an in-demand productional team, working with famous acts such as Major Lazer, J Balvin, and Dutch artists like Boef, Supergaande and Ronnie Flex.
“Afro Bros did a great job on this production! I love working with artists who have great vibes and really care about their work and the music they create. I’m sure the fans will enjoy this new song!” – Sean Kingston
Sean Kingston is a Jamaican-American singer most famous for his 2007 singles “Beautiful Girls” and “Fire Burning.” Originally born in Miami, Florida, Kingston moved to Jamaica when he was six and discovered his passion for singing. He became the pop star that we know today and his hit single “Beautiful Girls” peaked at the top of the Billboard Hot 100. Eventually, it became a success internationally topping the charts in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the Republic of Ireland, Spain and the United Kingdom. Over the last year, Kingston has been busy preparing new music to be released and this collaboration with Afro Bros is the first of many that he has ready to share.
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