Victoria finally releases the video to the song that she has been teasing on social media for a while now. The song features Nigerian artist Phyno and Victoria’s harmonies in the song are beyond amazing.
The Chocolate city signed singer has been releasing music from her latest very successful Safari album and so far, people seem to be loving what they are hearing. She recently posted a picture on Instagram giving us a little show about how her ‘Fade Away’ music video is going to be.
It’s safe to say that this young lady has come from far but she has even further to go and a lot more to teach some of our Kenyan musicians if her musical success is anything to go by.
Off her well received Safari album, Victoria Kimani took to Instagram to tease a short video of the song dubbed ‘Lover’ which features Phyno, a Nigerian artiste. The song is highly anticipated and is set to drop on Thursday.
She earlier schooled a Kenyan fan when the person said that Victoria has failed to include Kenyan artiste in her Safari album. She said, “If you listened:.:: you would have heard@thekingkaka kill that @djmaphorisaproduced track on my album .. Why you “On my D” ?! …. Also numbers 1-15 have a Kenyan artist.. Wake up fam 🇰🇪💅🏾”
The #MTVMAMA2016 and #MTVMAMA2015 “Best Female” winner Yemi Alade has released a witty and humorous music video for the Selebobo produced “Tumbum”, off her acclaimed sophomore album “Mama Africa: The Diary of an African Woman”.
The afro-pop dance anthem “Tumbum” serves as the sixth single off the “Mama Africa” album, and arrives after her new singles “Gucci Ferragamo” and “Want You”.
Yemi plays a restaurant cook who serves up tasty jollof and fufu in a rural Nigerian community with a playful story line starring Nollywood stars Ime Bishop Umoh and Beverly Osu, who bring in great humor to the video.
This video proves beyond doubt that the way to a man’s heart is through his tummy as Ime Bishop who plays the part of the man torn between two ladies( one of them being Yemi Alade) who cook like pros, just can’t get enough of their jolof and beans. So is it the food he loves or the two ladies and who finally wins his heart? Watch the video here to find out.
As part of a Q&A with The FADER. The queen of afo-beats explained the importance of the videos theme, “In Nigeria, food isn’t just for consumption but is a cultural representation. Different states in the country are known for their indigenous delicacies.”