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Gibrilville releases Black Cadillac Season 2 EP

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Black Cadillac Season 2 EP

Black Cadillac season 2 showcases different genres of music. Hip-hop,Alternative soul, Reggae, afrobeat and R&B.

Love me tonight is the perfect blend of all 3 genres with a touch of reggae-ton.

Black Cadillac season 2 tells my love story. “My Girlfriend Jessica and I met 6 years ago in NYC. We first met in Accra – Ghana in the early 90’s. Like most relationships, we have been through so much trails and tribulations. Black Cadillac season 2 addresses most of the situations we all go through in our love life”, he said.

Gibril Mansaray A.k.a Gibrilville is a multiple  Akademia Award winning recording artist, and multi faceted entertainer.Born in Accra on November 27th 1981, Gibril is the son of Sarah and Mohammed Mansaray. His father is from Sierra Leon and mother from Ghana.

Gibrilville is one of HipHop’s most promising recording artists. He defies any easy pigeonhole with a unique blend of patois, pidgin, English and French, Gibril is able to deliver diverse and alluring tracks appealing to a wide range of listeners. Together with his band, he jumped in the studio and produced the Black Cadillac Seasons.

Season 1 was released in 2016 and  mixed by Gordon “Commissioner Gordon” Williams whose resume includes multiple Grammy Awards and numerous Gold and Platinum albums. Season 1 has earned Gibrilville his second Akademia award.

Gibrilville awarded for: Black Cadillac Season 3 album

On September 26, 2017 Gibril released Black Cadillac Season 2, a continuation to his Black Cadillac seasons.

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