lang="en-GB" prefix="og:"> Dobble Tee bringing back heat into Northern music with his 'Double Tee' song
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Dobble Tee bringing back heat into Northern music with his ‘Double Tee’ song

Tamale’s finest rapper, Dobble Tee on yesterday premiered his much anticipated track, “Double Tee”. The song has garnered many online streams from many different blogs and stores across the globe in the last twenty four hours.

The song trended on the social media from the moment of its release, with several fans and even the artist himself sharing videos of people singing along to it. On “Double Tee,” the rapper delivers his quick-fire rhymes in Dagblish, Dagbani and English.

Dobble Tee has been consistent with his output during the last couple of months. Selling his brand through controversies and disrespect for colleague artists. He put out the track “Tidiya” earlier this year, which got into the nerves of some of his colleagues which had massive reactions and talk about amongst fans and pundits anyway. The artist is noted to be the moderator of the industry as he intervenes mostly at times the industry faces depressions.

However, the release of the controversial “Double Tee” track by the straight nation’s rapper is expected to trigger yet again another commotion and replies from artists who are pointed out in the song which will again win some attention and interest from fans and followers.

Listen and download the song here:

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