Afro B’s new single ‘Bluffin’, featuring Kizz Daniel, is out now on Afrowave Music/PIVTL Projects. Produced by N2thea, the track has a smooth tone and chill vibe. Lyrically, the duo explore the ways in which their lives have been transformed.

Afro B refers to the way in which many artists feel as though those around them want to participate in the celebration of their success but were not present in the hustle to get there. He sings ‘Only pop up when they see my glory / Baby girl want take part in my story / I swear back then you ignored me’. Kizz Daniel joins Afro B’s sentiment in his verse singing ‘I pray for the good life for me and my brother make we glow.’

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Afro B is an Ivorian DJ and vocalist who has carved out a reputation for himself as a pioneer of the Afrobeat genre.

In 2018, Afro B released ‘Drogba (Joanna)’ which proved to be a hit, peaking at number 23 on the US Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart. Check out the music video, which has surpassed one hundred million views, to be taken back to that summer!

Afro B seized the opportunities presented to him following the success of that track, going on to collaborate with major artists including French Montana, T-Pain, Wizkid and DJ Snake.

Born Ross-Emmanuel Bayeto, his interest in music stems from learning to play piano in his childhood and his passion continued into adolescence through throwing parties focused on music. Afro B went on to form a DJ crew which led him to professionally enter clubs and radio. The twenty-nine-year-old currently lives in London and outside of music enjoys spending his time working out, maintaining hair-care and spending time with his loved ones.