Fast-rising artiste, Deribigbe Benson, otherwise known as Deribb, has declared that his ambition is to take his music career to the next level by carving a niche for himself.
Towards this end, the music act has added another vibe in the music scene with his new single ‘Where’.
According to Deribb, the new work is an Afro pop song centered on the love, especially between two people facing challenges in a relationship as well as having difficulties living without each other.
“‘Where’ is no doubt a timely song looking at the situation of things in marriages and relationships today. So, the new work serves as an antidote cracking relationship or marriages,” he added.
Deribb without doubt, is currently worming himself into the hearts of his fans through quality songs, excellent sounds and his passion to set a new pace in the industry.
Prior to the release of his new single ‘Where’, the Lagos-born singer, has several songs to his credit including, ‘Titilaye’, ‘Aye Asoro, ‘Bad Gidigan’, ‘Need a Girl’ among others which gained massive airplay across the nation.
With a burning desire to achieve his childhood dreams, Deribb is determined to stamp his name on the global map as a musical force to reckon with in the industry.
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