In the face of post-break up trauma, finding a friend to lean on is crucial to one’s well being. And for “Take Your Somtin”, Twitch confides in Ghanaian counterpart, Kwesi Arthur to perform a mid-tempo ode to moving on from lifeless relationships.
Backed by production from NOVA, Twitch goes over the autopsy of his past romance, listing bad attitude and terrible texting skills as one of the major causes for its demise. Kwesi Arthur takes the last verse, stamping the breakup with crushing lyrics; “You Tell Me You Go Change, But I No Believe It”. The accompanying video Mickey Johnson directs matches the song’s message for dealing with break-up through building support mechanism. “Take Your Somtin” video shows Twitch breaking up with his ex over a video call, while showing off his new girlfriend before eventually meeting up with Kwesi Arthur at a house party.
Watch the video for Twitch and Kwesi Arthur’s “Take Your Somtin” here.
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