T Sean unveils “Don’t Lead Me On” Music video

From Anniversary, T Sean unveils “Don’t lead me On” Music video.With “Jaccuzi” still doing numbers on charts and getting heavy rotation on radio and in the club scene,T Sean unleashes his 3rd single off the album “Faith” in 2017 and as we all know it’s titled “Don’t lead me On”.

The 2015, Born & Bread Video of the Year winner through the song “Umoyo”. From this list one can tell how hardworking and talented is T Sean.

T-Sean has also been working in partnership with Child Fund International as an ambassador for the children’s rights.

The official video for his new song “Don’t lead me On” is set to drop later this week (depending on your time zone). “Don’t lead me On” was produced by Mr Baila at The Highgrade studios and that’s the production also behind hits like “Daddy Mulipo” which we have on T Sean’s complete track list and “Anniversary” .

T Sean’s music has been mainly influenced by Oliver Mtukudzi, Bob Marley, Dr Dre, Timbaland,  Beenie Man, and of course the Amayenge Asoza. He is  what one can call the , ‘the bridge’ between the old school Zambian Beat and the new.

T Sean has proved to a man of many and unique skills by not been limited to one style. He has on many occasions and hit songs comfortably switched his styles and still sound great and amazing.

The album which was rated as the Best Dancehall Album, T also has made many appearances on the Born & Bred and once won the Best R’n’B Video of the Year.

T-Sean, AKA DJ Baila, a dancehall/afro beat musician dropping a song debut “Jaccuzi
T Sean’s Don’t lead me ft. T Boy the Rnb dancehall singer and best friends have been working on the music Video expected to air soon.

Watch The Space For The Music Video:


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