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Moonchild Sanelly’s “Bashiri” Coincides with Transgressive Records Signing

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Talented musician Moonchild Sanelly, has debuted her new single titled “Bashiri”. The release of the banger coincides with her Transgressive Records signing announcement.

According to Moonchild Sanelly, this song is from the perspective of a “Bashiri” disciple, whose husband was cheating. In the song, this woman is lamenting her relationship and takes her husband to her pastor, who promises that he can perform a miracle to make her husband faithful. Which is weird because infidelity is not solved through prayer and tithing.

“Bashiri is a song inspired by a woman’s testimony in a church where the pastor is treated like a god whilst monetizing religion. People pay for ‘miracle oil’ whilst the pastor lands at the service in a helicopter, being treated like God himself despite taking money from his congregation.”

Moonchild Sanelly who earlier this year signed a publishing deal with Sony/ATV, expressed her elation about her new record deal. Speaking about signing to Transgressive Records she said: “I’m super excited to finally find a label that gets it, and is ready to fly my message across the world. It’s about to get Globally LIT. I’m excited.”

Speaking about their new signee Transgressive said; “Uncompromising, groundbreaking and immediately distinctive, as soon as you’ve encountered Moonchild, you won’t forget it. Easily one of the most intoxicating voices, writers, performers, and spokespersons we’ve ever had the pleasure of welcoming to the Transgressive family. It’s gonna be a trip.”




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