Her work is a depiction of all splendor and intellect, the Ghanaian
singer’s music is as fine as whatever that first-rate rare wine offers your taste
buds as she tackles various issues that bedevil our great but awkward society
we like to live in.
The singer’s most recent track ‘Killi Mi’ offers a unique
look into toxic relationships and domestic violence. The song hums off Fela
Kuti’s infamous tune ‘Lady’, a touch of Highlife with a needing influence Fuji soundscapes. The singer’s vocals
portray with all intentions the bold side of her music deriving so much
pleasure and attention with purposeful range and occasional operatic effect.
In speaking her mind through visuals, the artist brings to life her Kaleidoscopic spirit with the help of Gene Adu in telling her story, the artistic video features various scenes that depict a man as a victim in an abusive relationship as well as a woman-played by her self-in an abusive union.