M.anifest releases “Azumah Nelson Flow”, a tribute video for Ghanaian boxing hero

Celebrating the underdog dream

Though M.anifest’s “Azumah Nelson Flow” was released last year, the new video update adds some poignancy to the song. M.anifest pays tribute to the Ghanaian boxing great and the underdogs in the industry with socio-politically charged lyrics laced over the bass-heavy beat produced by Rvdical The Kid.

While the video opens with a clip of Azumah Nelson swearing he’s the best boxer in the world before going on to prove it, the video for “Azumah Nelson Flow” ends with South African rapper, Riky Rick at an award show, dedicating his award to young artist “That Never Get On Radio Because They Don’t Have Enough Money”. Elsewhere in the video, viewers are taken through the lifestyle of rural Ghanaians, celebrating the energy of the fishers, boxers and others practising their trade in the area.

Watch the video for “Azumah Nelson Flow” below.

Featured Image Credits: YouTube/M.anifest
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