Sirweah Ft Kelvin K – Look At My Baby @sirweah

Sirweah releases his latest hit single, “Look At My Baby”, featuring Kelvin K. Written and produced by Sirweah, the song is a pop-ish Hip-Hop vibe that anyone can ride to through the summer. Sirweah also released the official video for the song in which he directed.

With music that sounds like the perfect blend of hip-hop, pop, and Afro, Sirweah is a Singer/Songwriter, and Creative Producer that delivers true melodic, content-filled, hits that any and everyone can vibe and relate to. Growing up as a Liberian in Ghana, West Africa, Music was the language that connected the different tribes and nationalities that were forced to live together due to Liberia’s civil war. Sirweah’s mother would listen to the African greats from Daddy Lumba, Awilo Longomba, and Brenda Fassie to name a few. His brothers, however, were more into the western artists like Tupac, Ja Rule, R. Kelly and the likes. It would be memories like these that began Sirweah’s relationship with music and one that would help shape the artistic structure of the artist.

Sirweah started out as a dancer in “Destiny’s Child”, a dance group that was formed by himself, his twin brother, and some friends. However, it wasn’t until he moved to the U.S.A. in 2006 that Sirweah began writing and found interest in music at an even deeper level. While attending Millville Senior High School in New Jersey, he joined several R&B groups and Church Bands before finally settling as a solo artist in 2012. After releasing his first solo EP, “Our Song” which garnered more attention and respect from the local music scene, Sirweah moved to Philly where he continued to release more music.

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