Hitrane is an Afro pop Canadian based Nigeria artist who’s life long desire is to create music with a purpose, that inspires souls.
A man born with a song in his heart and a desire to share it with the world, signed to Mama Empire records, visuals directed by Seedvisuals.
Hitrane is firing on all cylinders of Love with his latest Single “MURDA” This beautiful piece is for those who yearn for beautifully done pop music with a backbone of Love .
Already making waves all in Nigeria and overseas, from his Last single “Angle 90” which puts him out there on per with most celebrated artist and made him well known in the entertainment scene.
This latest Single “Murda” is Inspired by a love story that runs deep . It reminds listeners when there’s love and you find someone you care for, you do whatever you can to find that genuine connection and make it work.
“Today, most daily communication and expression of feelings are done through social media, tweets, face-time, text, and other computer-generated interactions. I believe these formats of communication eliminate the human experience; the sound and inflections of a person’s voice, and the ability to be nearby when speaking to that special person. It often takes-away from the warm feelings that make our relationships rich with meaningful, face to face conversations.”
A born talented and creative mind like Hitrane made the song “Murda” a Statement in Afro pop music and takes it to another level, his passion for music is expressed in the song making this a must-hear for fans of artists around the globe.
On his way to being one of the most notable Afro Pop artist out there
This will sure be on your playlist !
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