Marz is Vulnerable and Inspired of New Single ‘Connection’


Bouncy in tempo and symphonic in its delivery, Marz’s new tune is a breezy love confession delivered in an eclectic fashion that is peculiar to genre-bender, Marz. Produced by Andre VibezConnection is a sterling serenade crafted on an Afropop soundscape that will have you reminiscing about the good times while swaying in response to its melody.

On his first release of the year, Marz is composed yet vulnerable, and in the mood for some summer loving. Trapped in a mid-tempo crescendo that is given lilt by Marz’s lyricism, the song is an addictive number that will find purchase on the playlist of lovebirds, good timers, and hopeless romantics. 

Ever on the lookout for inspiration, Marz submits to heart and the muses on this one.

‘I finally felt something. I let myself be vulnerable and i realized that connection is one of the most basic of human needs, yet one of the most important. I hope you all enjoy this one, and you find true connection’, he comments. 

An Afrofusion artist, Marz is Inspired by the passion of Fela’s afrobeats and the storytelling of contemporary hip-hop, He draws from a myriad of influences – from artists like Drake. Skepta and Burna Boy – to create a sound that is as heavy on the rhythm as it is on the ideals that Marz stands for. After a stint at the University of Benin, Marz released his first record. “Favour”- a boisterous Afrobeat record about opportunity – to positive reviews. He closed out 2021 with the loosie, “Iyawo”

Connection is his first release of 2022

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