UK based Nigerian Afropop/Afrobeats artist and musician, Nizzy, has dropped the visuals to his hit record, entitled “Rashida”, taken off of his forthcoming debut mixtape, Volume 1.0.
It’s an excellent fusion of the best of Afrobeats and Dancehall music and produced by Omeiza, who has previously worked with the likes of Wande Coal, Ezi Emela and Dizzy VC to name a few.
The visuals allow fans and listeners alike to witness Nizzy delivering his teasing lyrics like “for the street, na me the leader/But for mi house, na you be my teacher” to his leading lady amidst a club scene.
“Rashida” has been well received and remains on heavy rotation among many of London and Nigeria’s leading Afrobeats radio and TV platforms.
Watch the “Rashida” video below.