Universal Music Steps In For R2Bees’ ‘SITE 15’ Album; Release Date Pushed Back

Award winning Ghanaian music group R2Bees would have to pull the plugs on the release of their upcoming album SITE 15, Paedae has announced.

This comes up after Universal Music showed interest in the album.

In a tweet, Paedae, a member of the group said, “We’ve just finalized a deal with Universal for our Album SITE 15, this has caused the album to be pushed back a few weeks.. We are sorry for the delay.”

Detailed information gathered by Ghana’s Hub For Pop Culture And Urban Entertainment News – www.nydjlive.com indicates Universal Music had been ‘slow’ in the process hence the group’s decision to release it independently.

However, Universal Music flew its team down to Ghana over the weekend to finalise the process.

According a deep throat source which spoke to Ghana’s Hub For Pop Culture And Urban Entertainment News – www.nydjlive.com, Universal Music offered a very good deal hence R2Bees’ decision to work with them on the project.

“Don’t forget the release of the album marks a decade of excellence by R2Bees so Universal Music wants to make this huge. Plans for the album release have since been pushed back for a weeks weeks and I’m sure it will be announced in a grand style,” our source said.

The group in July 2018 released a single We Dey Vibe off the album and was accompanied by a video.

SITE 15 was slated for an August 2018 2 release.

R2Bees made a grand entrance into the Ghanaian music industry in 2008 after the release of Yaa Girl and has since released two (2) albums namely Da Revolution I and Da Revolution II: Refuse To Be Broke.

They have received countless number of awards and several other nominations including Best International Act: Africa at the 1023 BET Awards.

In July 2018, we reported that Universal Music had set its sight on the African continent with the growing demand for African music around the world.

Watch R2Bees perform We Dey Vibe at Tidal Rave 2018 from below.