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Ladies Love Bugatti Bonsu

The Ghanaian Canadian-based singer-songwriter Bugatti Bonsu has been making waves with his delicate blend of heartfelt melodies, meaningful lyrics, and harmonies that reel you in like a fish on a hook. Above all, his music is often praised for its high level of intimacy and familiar themes that find their way to a special place in the listener's heart.

His music is an inspiration for others, combining afrobeat, dancehall, and r&b. He has been passionate about music since his earlier childhood. He began writing songs when he was just 10.

Throughout his career, Bugatti Bonsu has not only maintained a steady flow of new music that continues to push the boundaries of contemporary jazz. He appears to have no intention of stopping. This is evident with EP "Ladies Love," which has rocked the music chain in August 2021.

Bugatti Bonsu tells heartfelt stories that take your mind through a journey of deep introspection, contrasted with inspirational music, infectious beats, and hooks that keep the listener coming back for more. His music is entirely different in his lane from other Toronto music scenes. Stylistically, Bugatti's music echoes influences from some of the greats, Drake, Tory Lanzez, Burna Boy, Wizkid, to name a few.

His notable releases are 'Dolled Up,' 'Catch A Vibe,' and 'Go-Go Gyal.' He released his latest single, "Touch It," off his "Ladies Love EP." He loves people make dance with him to forget all the bad things happening around them.

Bugatti wasn't just interested in music; he was also interested in promoting his clothing line, "No Fear Movement," which was inspired by his late brother. His clothing line "No Fear Movement" has been highly successful, and it was even included in its first fashion show "Off The Runway" in Toronto in early 2018.

Bugatti's creative prowess is on the whole show in Ladies Love. The project, which features island-inspired sounds and seductive voices, demonstrates how bright Bugatti's future is.

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