Earlier this year, King Perryy and Teni teamed up for a Reggae dancehall fueled romantic Afropop number, “Murder”. Over a catchy uptempo beat mix and mastered by STG, King Perry and Teni address their love interests, using a wide arsenal of audience-charming tactics, including references to decade-old nursery rhymes, groan-worthy puns, and sexual jokes delivered in their soothing vocals.
The recently released music video for “Murder” expands on the song’s charm through the fitting costumes and choreographed dance routines. TG Omori directs the video on a location in Lagos, highlighting the song’s groovy dancehall properties with the dancers who complement the song’s ability to ensure a pleasant time on dancefloors even for the least gifted dancers.
Watch the music video for King Perryy and Teni’s “Murder” below.
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