This week sees UK urban pop artist Romel, of Nigerian descent, make number one on the Music Week Black Music Top 20 chart for the second time this year with his new single Do It – an infectious pop dance cut that’s bursting with positivity and praises the idea of living in the moment.
Having knocked established US artist Sza with her track Hit Different featuring Ty Dolla $ign off to the top spot from last week, Romel is keeping good company with “Girl Disrupted” Sevyn Streeter whose track at number 2 in the chart, Kizzes, features fellow Nigerian Davido and Grafton Records label mate Idahams whose track Shima is currently number 7 & rising.
Produced by Tinie Tempah producer Slic Vic (who’s signed to Tinie’s Imhotep/Sony ATV label), Do It, with its floor hugging beat, is a track about living in the present, grabbing the moment and erm. . . . just doing it! The release follows Romel’s hit from earlier in the year Mind Blown ft Sweet Billy Boy, also on Grafton, which hit number 1 on the Music Week Black Music Top 20 chart toward the end of the first UK lockdown in early June knocking Tinie‘s track Moncler ft. Tion Wayne off the top spot.
You can listen to Do It on Spotify below or via your fave streaming platform here – enjoy . . .