Bebe Cool’s much anticipated latest song ‘Everywhere I go’ generated a lot of debate and eventually became controversial after its delayed release with some sections of the media claiming it had been rejected by international TV stations due to ‘poor quality’ and referring to it as ‘below standard’
However, chano8 bumped onto the song being played on MTV and Bebe Cool says many other stations will follow suit just like last year’s successful block- buster hit song ‘Love you every day’ which dominated airwaves across the globe.
The song which was originally scheduled to be released officially on 1st of January 2015 and premiere on many international TV stations simultaneously was delayed ‘due to technical reasons’ and eventually released on Bebe Cool’s social media channels and website on January 23rd.
The lover’s Reggae song was written and directed by budding new star Alexander Bagonza aka Apass and produced by Nessim.
The video shot by Godfather Productions from South Africa has been the talk of town not only because of the anticipation and hype created before its release, but also because of the controversy generated during the shooting with stories making rounds that, Bebe Cool and wife Zuena Kirema had a fight over the closeness of Bebe to a video vixen and a scene that involved Bebe Cool kissing her.
The thought evoking song is basically a love song that narrates a couple’s journey through thick and thin and promise to stick together no matter what. That message is reflected in the abstract video too with a couple that stays together from childhood to adulthood.
You can watch the video below;