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Tuesday, September 3, 2013







THE NEW KID ON THE BLOCK
 He is a very much late bloomer in the local music scene. But Steven Seti (aka Slimy Bwoy) has already stamp his mark in the music industry, capturing a big following since he burst onto the airwaves in the past month.
No one really expected the 28 year old, who hails from Sikai’ana in the Malaita Outer Islands, to venture, explore and become a household name in such a very short time.
Seti linked up with friends from the Ronlus band who then introduced him to well-known local producer of Shefram Studios, Baka Solomon. “We talked about writing a song and they all liked the idea and suggested that I start off with a song in my local dialect. We all started composing a song- a combination of English, Pidgin and Sikai’ana dialects, which we thought would suit local music lovers both in Honiara, the provinces and also overseas”.
Starting off with the crew from Shefram, Seti began recording the song “Hale Mai” but somewhere in between found a missing gap that still needed to be filled. He was in for a shock of his life when out of the blue, Evan Rush from the popular band – DMP came into the studio and agreed to offer his talents to fill in the missing gap. “I was totally blown away when Evan walked into the studio. I could not believe it. It was like a dream come true seeing such a well-known, established artist come in and take part in my song”.
“Hale Mai” is now slowly making its way up to the top local hits in the country with fans favoring its dance beat vibes and especially the local dialect which has already been made popular by another local Sikai’ana artist in Vania.

This song is dedicated to all the beautiful Te Hahines’ living in and around Honiara.

Slim Bwoy ft Jayme, Mandre & Evin Rush  - Hale Mai.mp3

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