Adrian Dzvuke’s 5 Favourite Lines From WASSUP

Adrian Dzvuke’s 5 Favourite Lines From WASSUP

The afro-beat sensation serves straight up vibes as he takes us through his latest party pop anthem.

Zimbabwean-born, Boorloo/Perth-based artist Adrian Dzvuke has seen some breakthrough moments in 2022, between showcasing at BIGSOUND, being nominated for 4 West Australian Music (WAM) Awards, performing at the triple j curated WAMFest stage alongside South Summit, Dulcie and Old Mervs, supporting Kizz Daniel on his world tour, in addition to playing the month-long Liberty Alive festival alongside the likes of Jaguar Jonze, Methyl Ethyl, and BAD//DREEMS, just to name a few. Following on from his previous single FIYAH (feat. Julia Stone) the afro-beat sensation unveils his latest glimmering summer sizzler WASSUP.

Grounded in it’s infectious groove, the searing synths, soul-quenching bass, and foot-stomping beats of WASSUP teleport you straight to the dancefloor, whilst Adrian’s effortlessly smooth vocals stand centre-focus inviting you to get lost in his euphoric, feel-good energy. WASSUP is an Afro-Pop party anthem for the homies and the queens.” shares Adrian Dzvuke, continuing “I wanted to make something super ‘anthemy’ that would have the whole function yelling out the lyrics. Everything about it is meant to feel good and bright which is the energy I’m trying to put out this summer!’ 

Out now, we wanted to celebrate Adrian Dzvuke and his afro-pop party anthem by asking what his 5 Favourite Lines from WASSUP are. Be sure to check out what he had to say below in this exclusive video. 

Stream Adrian Dzvuke's WASSUP here. 

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