#AfricanXpress E01 | Trayc Selasi Talks About Dance, Music And Women Empowerment

This is the first episode of AfricanXpress and we had Trayc Selasi on as our first Guest. She Spoke to us her transition from dance to music and also her stands on women empowerment.

She also broke down the message behind her new single “Bottom Power”.

Trayc Selasi is a London-based singer and dancer of Ghanaian descent who fuses her African roots with Western influence to create an energetic blend of culture.

Selasi has worked and toured internationally with Fuse ODG, performing in and across the UK including countries throughout the African continent. Alongside her dance partner, Selasi has performed at Notting Hill Carnival, MOBO Awards, Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball as well as internationally renowned festivals such as Wireless and Glastonbury.

Transitioning to the forefront, Selasi is now focused on her music and re- emerging on the scene as an artist. In doing so, she has already released 5 singles. Her first release was in December 2015 entitled W.U.T.U, acronym for Wake Up To Urself, a message to encourage others to fulfil their dreams by being themselves and doing what they love.

Selasi has also created a platform entitled Traycing Lines where she creates music covers to some of her favourite songs from old to new school.

Selasi is working on new projects and will soon be taking her artistry to higher heights, showcasing her skillful African dance, music, and infectious energy for the world to see!

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