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New Music: Banky W Drops New Single “Final Say”

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Banky W Drops New Single “Final Say”

Banky W has dropped his highly anticipated new single “Final Say“. A song produced by Nigeria multi-talented and creative music maker, Cobhams Asuquo.

The song comes right after the singer announced the birth of his first child (a son) with wife Adesua Etomi.

Banky W served the news via his Instagram page today, February 26, 2021.
He wrote:
“I just want to check something pls… any one ready for this?
👀👀 Drop a comment if you are (OR put it on your insta story if you really wanna ginger us 🤣😁😩🙌🏽🔥).
#TheBankStatementsAlbum #BankyisBack #MrWReturns#BAAD2017 #BAADforever #FinalSay #newmusic#newmusicvideo #afrornb #afrobeats”

This new single “Final Say” is off Banky W’s forthcoming 2021 debut studio album “The Bank Statement“.

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Vogue features Wami Aliko’s “As The Spirit Moves Me”

This visual story is centered on five black women moving openly in an age-old white structure in a woodland, dressed in all white pieces of clothing to coordinate.

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Vogue features Wami Aliko’s “As The Spirit Moves Me”

According to Vogue “As The Spirit Moves Me” is a fantastic and sensual editorial by Wami Aluko exploring the connection between dance, spirituality and freedom for black women. This visual story is centered on five black women moving openly in an age-old white structure in a woodland, dressed in all white pieces of clothing to coordinate.

Through dance, these ladies can escape from the limits of actual reality, getting one with the heavenly and all that exists. The story draws motivation from customary Yoruba strict practices, from Nigeria and the diaspora, where dance is viewed as a critical custom in associating with the supernatural domain.

Wami Aliko As the spirit moves me

Dance to Wami is a huge wellspring of individual force. It can place one of in a daze like and reflective state where one can at long last relinquish thought and the judicious and be guided by intuition and joy. Off in total harmony and into one’s body, in dance, one is driven by instinct rather than biased assumptions or dread. Along these lines, dance gives us the way to rise above straight and capitalist methods of the manner in which we see the world and the way we look.

Through free development, one can give up and experience the completion and profundity of where one is, and it is here that one may discover individual disclosures and experience profound satisfaction. This inclination is especially engaging for people of color who have ceaselessly been deprived of their force and dehumanized by the inconvenience of western thoughts of sanity and personhood.

CREDITS:

Creative + Art Direction and Photography – @wamialuko Costume design – @_jsdez

Set design – @kasumwoodworks

Set assist – @gbadeb0

Choreographer – @agochadavies Make-up – @ay0po

Hair – @inudidit

Models – @yadichinma, @oyinkandada, @sosamimosa, @funke_williams, & @adukeshittabey

 

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Davido’s Fall Hit 200 Million View On YouTube

DMW boss Davido has hit another milestone as his smashing hit single Fall has garned over 200 million views on YouTube making it the most Viewed Afrobeat Song ever on YouTube.

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Davido's Fall Hit 200 Million View On YouTube
Davido's Fall Hit 200 Million View On YouTube

DMW boss Davido has hit another milestone as his smashing hit single Fall has garned over 200 million views on YouTube making it the most Viewed Afrobeat Song ever on YouTube.

It is also on record that the song was the first to hit 100 million views aswell. Excited by this feat, Mavin Record Rave of the moment Rema tweeted that he is inspired by Davido’s achievement.

“I celebrate with OBO, this has never been done, huge milestone and I’m INSPIRED! 🙌🏾 👑” He wrote.

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Throwback Legend Personality – Oritz Wiliki

Orits Wiliki is a Nigerian reggae musician who gained recognition upon the success of his 1989 record, Tribulation produced in part by Lemmy Jackson.

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Orits Wiliki is a Nigerian reggae musician who gained recognition upon the success of his 1989 record, Tribulation produced in part by Lemmy Jackson.

The record was followed by Conqueror, released in 1990, and in 1991, he released a less successful LP Wha Dis Wha Dat. The album included the single, Heart of Stone which included an Islamic chant, an addition by Wiliki, a Christian to promote religious tolerance.

The influence of religion was eminent in some of his songs so also was disenchantment with the Nigerian society.

Wiliki is a member of the Musical Copyright Society of Nigeria, a rival association to the Copyright Society of Nigeria.

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