July 21, 2023


Enter the dance floor and allow Korede Bello’s most recent hit, “Maria,” to enchant you with its rhythmic charm. With his distinctively smooth lyrics and captivating vocals, the renowned Nigerian singer-songwriter is sure to enthrall music lovers everywhere with this pop hit.

Korede Bello and producer Drey had a fruitful partnership while creating “Maria,” and Drey’s unrelenting love for music was what first attracted the artist’s attention on social media. Korede Bello leaped at the chance to collaborate with Drey after being impressed by his great work ethic and musical talent, and “Maria” was one of the first works to result from their thrilling collaboration.

Reflecting on the creative process, Korede Bello shared, “The guitar you hear in the intro was me. That’s how the song started; I played the progression, and Drey laced the beats. Before I started writing, I knew I wanted to tell a story in the song.” This insight gives listeners a glimpse into the heart of the song, which weaves a captivating narrative through its captivating melody.

Korede Bello collaborated with the highly regarded Altims (Burssbrain), a prominent artist known for his remarkable ear and production skills, in an effort to improve the song’s auditory environment. Together, they set out on an investigation to enhance “Maria,” precisely adjusting every component.

“I hit up Altims (Burssbrain) to help beef it up because I trust his ears,” Korede Bello revealed. “After a lot of back and forth of ideas, we finally got it to where I thought the song needed to be. I was satisfied.” The result is an enchanting fusion of melody and rhythm, meticulously crafted to take listeners on a captivating journey.

Korede Bello gives “Maria” a personal touch by introducing the song with a fascinating guitar prelude that creates the right atmosphere for an exhilarating musical journey.

Fans are invited to give in to the captivating allure of Korede Bello’s most recent work now that “Maria” is readily available on all major streaming services.


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