Young Jonn and Pheelz collaborate on the new hit song “Jelo.”
From YBNL alumni Pheelz and Young Jonn have partnered for a new single called ‘Jelo’.
Pheelz and Young Jonn both started at YBNL as music producers who helped deliver some of Afrobeats’ most iconic records, and years after leaving the label they would go on to become music stars.
Together, Pheelz and the electric hitmaker create “Jelo,” an exhilarating groove that will get the party started.
Pheelz, who reached popularity on a global scale after releasing his hit singles “Finesse” with BNXN and “Electricity” with Davido, claims that his new song, “Jelo,” is a celebration of his journey and an expression of thanks to God for the heights he has attained.
Two sensations who bravely transitioned from being music producers to artists are joined on the single. Both Pheelz and Young Jonn have experienced success in the general public; the latter has been nominated for the 2023 Headies Next Rated award.
‘Jelo’ sees Pheelz and Young Jonn combine their signature captivating melody, smooth flow, and “Lamba-driven lyrics to deliver a sensational record.
‘Jelo’ is available on all streaming platforms, and listeners can enjoy the celebration of the sensational rise of the YBNL alumni.
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