US-based Liberian star and producer Edwin Darlington Tweh, professionally known as  DeeTweh (D12), collaborates with Nigerian singer-songwriter Selebobo on his newest single “Rotate.” The Afrobeat artist has made quite a buzz with the track that fuses percussion and saxophone sounds together. 

“Rotate” comes with an accompanying music video directed by H.Hardy. The visuals feature D12 and Salebobo dancing and having fun with beautiful women. The African artists transmit their uplifting energy onto the audience and urge the public to get up and join the hot party.

“I like it when your body rotate… rotate…rotate/ I like it when you put it down on me… put it on me… put it on me/ I like when your body rotate yeah…oh no no no/ I like it when you put it down on me… put it on me,” sing DeeTweh and Seebobo, as they show off their sexy dance moves.

Joining forces with fellow African stars like Tekno, Flavour, Boniface, Harmonize, D12 has succeeded to translate the warmth of the continent into his songs. With tracks such as “My Way,” “Nobody,” “Born To Win,” “Allow Me,” and “Rotate,” the singer-songwriter introduces Afrobeat sounds to the rest of the world.

DeeTweh, who believes that “music is like a transfer of energy. It’s not just the words you say, it’s how you feel at the time and the energy you put out,”  is currently working on his upcoming album Over Time, which is set to come out in February. 

Watch the official music video for “Rotate” here:

Listen to “Rotate” on Spotify: