Nigerian-Born Ghanaian Female Songstress, Reeda turns savage

Whittingham Hospital, whose grounds adjoin the village of Goosnargh, grew to be the largest mental hospital in the country, and pioneered the use of electroencephalograms (EEGs). During its time it had its own church, farms, railway, telephone exchange, post office, reservoirs, gas works, brewery, orchestra, brass band, ballroom and butchers. During the 1970s and 1980s, new drugs and therapies were introduced. Long-stay patients were returned to the community or dispersed to smaller units around Preston. The hospital eventually closed in 1995 and has been abandoned ever since. The derelict site is really now starting to become a bit of a death trap with floors collapsing in various areas and roofs caving in over some of the long corridors.

If you see the ever sensational Reeda and super talented producer, DJAbui involved in a project, then you know it is a turn up for real.

Nigerian born Ghanaian singer, songwriter and poet, Reeda, after her previous releases, “Love Me Go” and “You and Me”, which saw the sassy diva and singer gain notable applause and appreciation in 2014 and 2015 respectively, has just kicked off her new project (featuring DJAbui) with a bang and it comprises a whole lot of raw energy, thrill and talent.

SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/reeda-6/savage

Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gh/album/savage-feat-reeda-single/id1259143296 

Releasing her smashing new single off the project titled Savage, Reeda’s poetic prowess fused with genius instrumentals and production, aims to put a female voice to a dominant male mentality of ‘man controls, woman follows’ in a relationship.

Savage talks about a woman being free to move and explore herself in a  relationship without intimidation and restraint. Reeda in this song takes full control and command of her emotion, a situation which overwhelms her man, leaving him powerless and submissive. “…you know imma #SAVAGE, imma beast…”

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