- Ghanaian music duo Zee TM has claimed that the music video for their new single 'Totori' is yet the best video of the year
- The fast-rising Team-based singers disclosed that they spent a huge amount of money in producing the video
- Zee TM noted that they are poised for greatness and hoping to win the VMGA Best Video of the Year
Fast-rising Ghanaian musicians Zee TM have bragged that their new video 'Totori' is by far the best music video in 2019.
According to the duo, experienced industry players and entertainment pundits after watching the video rated it as the best yet seen by them during this year.
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In an interview monitored by YEN.com.gh, Zee TM expressed zeal in their talent, claiming that they will take over the music industry soon.
"Our new single 'Totori' is already making waves after we released it a couple of days ago. All the radio stations are playing the song and the feedback is good," they revealed.
"The strong aspect of our new project is the music video. We have spent a lot of money on the video and we are happy with the outcome because everyone is praising the work," they added.
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The Tema-based rappers admitted that the music industry is tough but they are poised on breaking through.
On the new project, Zee TM showered praise on Fancy Gadam for coming all out to put his good verse on the song.
Concerning future projects, the musicians who hail from the camp of R2Bees asked their fans and Ghanaians, in general, to keep supporting them.
Meanwhile, Zee TM was in the news recently after they revealed that they have been trained by R2Bees.
According to the duo, the good musical influence of R2Bees has impacted them a lot, making them good artistes.
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