Caribbean-Dutch producer Tera Kòrá links up with Ghanaian vocalist Yung D3mz to produce the new Afrobeat track Pami. With African culture deeply rooted in Curacao’s heritage, the collaboration between Tera Kòrá and Yung D3mz has been an organic process. Aside from the unmistakable Ghanaian influences, Pami takes inspiration from Tera Kòrá’s native Curacao, an island known for its dazzling diversity, especially in its music scene. The captivating combination of sounds make for an Afrobeat track with undeniable hit potential. We are proud to have the exclusive premiere of Pami, which will be out tomorrow, but for now you can listen via the link below. 

Tera Kòrá is one of the most exciting artists to rise up out of Rotterdam in recent years. Bursting onto the scene in 2019 with independent release No Bad Days and Walls, released on indie-label Majestic Casual and the latter premiered by Complex. Tera Kòrá has since been establishing a distinct sound, pulling from his Caribbean heritage as well as R&B, Soul and electronic notes. While heading into new territory with the release of Pami Tera Kòrá has without a doubt tapped into a hugely promising side of his production capacities.

Yung D3mz is one of Ghana’s rising stars and closely watched young talents. With production credits for Kwesi Arthur’s Baajo and Turn On The Lights under his belt as well as a Best Producer nomination at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards momentum is on D3mz’s side to say the least. With Pami, Yung D3mz builds upon his modus operandi of fusing African soundscapes with western R&B and hip-hop. The collaboration with Tera Kòrá marks Yung D3mz’s first foray into teaming up with a European producer and the start of an exciting new chapter in the future superstar’s musical career.