Multi-talented Liberian-American artist Angel Dweh has done it again with his single, “Trouble,” off his 7-track EP, “I Am Angel Dweh.” Angel Dweh is a radio-award nominated singer, songwriter, composer, dancer, and actor, constantly making a name for himself in the creative world.
Born in Monrovia, Liberia, and later immigrating to the United States, Angel Dweh has infused influences from his Liberian roots into his genre-blending releases. He encapsulates a unique mix of sounds from the Pop, Afropop, Afrobeats, and R&B world, and we can definitely see why he has been awarded the title of “Afro-Prince.” Only having just recently emerged on the music scene as of 2020 but already making a huge impression, we can’t wait to follow him along for the rest of his creative journey.
Now, let’s take a deeper look at Angel Dweh’s upbeat, infectiously-catchy new single, “Trouble" This track immediately invites listeners to dance along to it, with an infectious groove and upbeat production elements. Dweh’s vocals are powerful yet smooth, as he carries us along throughout the Afropop anthem. Over the course of the song, he demonstrates a wide range of vocal abilities, from his melodic verses and hooks to his fast-paced bars. He manages to have an extremely charming yet coy delivery with his vocals, and we are absolutely along for the ride.
Throughout his lyrics, Angel Dweh is constantly telling the listener that he is a trouble-maker down to his core. With this sentiment repeated multiple times throughout the verses and hook, we leave the track wholeheartedly believing him and find ourselves potentially wanting to cause a little bit of trouble ourselves.
Dance the night away with Angel Dweh’s single, “Trouble,” available on all streaming platforms along with his most recent EP, “I Am Angel Dweh.”
Welcome to BuzzMusic, Angel Dweh! Can you shed a little bit of light on your inspiration behind your track, “Trouble?"
The inspiration behind the track is being bold to sing about how trouble I am and letting my fans see my artistry.
We love the upbeat nature of the single and the infectious production that helps to back up the track. What was your vision going into the recording process for the song, and did that vision stay consistent or change throughout the recording/production process?
My vision going into the recording process for the song was to express how trouble I am and to give it an Afro vibe with the verses.
You have an amazing knack for blending multiple genres, including Pop, Afrobeat, R&B, and many more. Is there any genre you haven’t yet explored that you want to tap into more with future releases?
I would love to explore more genres to get my music to a broad audience, importantly for them to relate to the messages of my songs now and in future releases.
Your love and passion for music and performing are extremely apparent in your music. Do you remember where your love for music all began?
My love for music started when I was a kid, my mom used to sing to me and she would play records from Aretha Franklin, James Brown, and others, I would sing along with them. I would sing along and always play James Brown records on repeat. Therefore my love for music and performing grows more.