HKN act, and cousin to Nigerian pop star, Davido, Sina Rambo, is back with the official video to his single with YBNL rapper, Olamide.
The song titled “Baba Sina Rambo” is an eulogy to his dad, Senator Adeleke; renowned for showing off his impressive dance skills at parties, and sometimes on Social Media. The Afro song was dropped sometimes in April 2018.
Sina Rambo disclosed in a recent interview that was in the US, when Olamide hit him up with the song. Olamide asked if he’d like it. He liked it, jumped on it and released it quickly, since he’s been away from music for a while.
Although, he’s still a part of the HKN Gang, Sina already has his own imprint, Naija Boy Yankee Swag. And he has already has an artise on his roster, K-Slim.
The visuals, unlike Kach’s controversial “Dino” didn’t feature cameo from the dancing Senator. But it still is a colorful one. It contains a couple of snippets of the Senator in the chamber, and of course with the dancing. His face was also in the background at some points.
The Video was shot by Award-winning video director, Clarence Peters. And for the record, there was a cameo appearance from Phyno.
Meanwhile, Olamide earlier teased us with the video to his single with Wizkid “Kana”. The song dropped in April and met a rave reception. And it has climbed up the charts to be one of the top jams of 2018.
It is Olamide’s 5th offering of 2018. He has given us “Science Student”, “Omo Ologo”, “Sheevita Juice” with Skepta and “Owo Shayo”.
Also, it’s the first time the YBNL head-honcho is going full Afro since the introduction of “shaku shaku” towards the end of 2017. This may also mean the End of Shaku Shaku, who knows?
The yet-to-be-released Video was shot by Sesan, and is expected to drop in the coming days. Keep your fingers crossed!
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