#GBTV: Watch Lady Prempeh’s Official Music Video For ‘Enka Ho Da.
GBTV: A Must Watch: Kweiks ‘African Girl’ Music Video Is A Beautiful Ode To African Women.
Kweiks has just dropped a simple yet beautiful music video for ‘African Girl’, a song off his recently released debut EP ”Drunk Texts & Confessions”. The video comes as the first off the EP, with a couple more to come.
This video tries to portray the African woman in her best form, whiles employing the use of Ankara and ladies with natural skin tone. ‘African Girl’ video was shot and directed by 2Monkeys and post production done by Cr8tivePros. The video perfectly complements the song which was produced by Mr. Herry and characterized by a series of African percussion and instruments.
For anyone searching something authentic to listen to and watch, ‘African Girl’ by Kweiks is what you need.
GBTV: Watch Lighter T.O.D’s ‘All I Know Is Trap’ Official Music Video.
America-based Ghanaian artiste, Lighter TOD has made a return to the music scene after he took a dive to properly smooth some rough edges. The musician who is known for hits likes ‘Bounce to the beat’, ‘Spend it’ and ‘Only you’ featuring Mugeez of R2bees is premiering a new single today as a way of starting a busy year ahead.
Growing in Bronx, NY and meeting up with some influential Ghanaian musicians over the years had a lot of influence on his kind of music. Going forward, Lighter TOD said the focus is on giving loyal fans and music lovers worldwide quality sounds from Trap to what they least expect.
GBTV: Watch Kelly Rowland’s “Crown” Music Video Which Empowers Young Black Girls To Be Confident About Their Hair.
Kelly Rowland has released a new music video tagged “Crown”, and with the song, she’s aiming to empower young girls with the confidence to rock their hair.
She says, “Growing up I felt many of the pressures young girls face today when it comes to embracing their hair, but my mom would always tell me that your hair is your crowning glory and you should wear it proudly. This song is very personal to me and, having met many of the real girls who inspired it, I am incredibly proud to be partnering with Dove to spark this conversation and encourage girls everywhere to love their hair”.