Masego joins forces with Shenseea for “Silver Tongue Devil”
Masego taps assistance from two Jamaican stars for his latest track.
It’s safe to say Masego’s officially gearing up for his next project release. Not only is it confirmed from the singer himself, but fans have been able to enjoy two new recent cuts from the upcoming body of work, last month’s “Passport” and now his newest offering “Silver Tongue Devil.” The new track sees a guest feature from dancehall artist Shenseea and production from Grammy award-winning IzyBeats. On the new song, Masego sings about the art of seduction:
“You know I could talk my way into sacred places. I no try, just blame my snake it is son of Satan. They say my-my-my, you stole my time, I say time’s a wastin’. Don’t you cry, just wipe your eyes, I know what you’re thinkin.’”
Masego released his official debut album Lady Lady back in 2018, which included features from SiR, Tiffany Gouché, De’ Wayne Jackson, and FKJ. The TrapHouseJazz singer certainly hasn’t been mute since then, as he dropped off plenty of appearances on singles in 2020 alone, including “Golden Ticket” with Brasstracks and Common, “Good & Plenty” with Alex Isley and Jack Dine, “Stickin’” with Sinead and VanJess, along with his own singles “Veg Out,” “King’s Rant,” and the aforementioned “Passport.” ‘Sego also participated in this year’s virtual BET Awards, gifting the viewers a new rendition of his popular Lady Lady track “Queen Tings.”
He’s most well-known for his breakthrough hit “Tadow,” more specifically the video of him and FKJ creating the track live, which has garnered over 235 million views since its release just three years ago. In an interview with GQ, he shares a bit about his outlook on life:
“I think you have to be chosen, because things move out of your way if you are really supposed to be doing it. If you’re met with serious resistance then that tells you something about the path you’re trying to take. Like I knew I was supposed to drop out of college. I love education, I love learning and reading, but I knew that was my journey. I knew my relationship was not supposed to work out in college because then I wrote ‘Navajo.’”
Listen to Masego’s new “Silver Tongue Devil” below!
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