Owo’s “Kingdom” is the right kind of decadence to start your weekend

Owo made a song about really good sex but it's not exactly what you're thinking

Even if you hate books and cinema you must have heard Fifty Shades Darker, the Fifty Shades movie is coming to cinemas in a few weeks.  While we don’t particularly care for some vanilla heavy BDSM, we’re loving all the decadent sensual music that’s on the film’s OST. It’s put us in our feels and made us somewhat needy for decadent music with a Nigerian bent to it. Music like Owo is making.

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Enter Owo, Nigerian Brazilian singer and all around sex pot. Her EP D + Em: Drums and Emotions is her first full length project after three years of experimental electro pop with a Nigerian tilt. The entire project is pretty amazing, with her Nigerian influences on the eight songs running from subtle to obvious. But Kingdom the latest single off the EP released in January is putting us in the right mood for a little weekend naughtiness.

With heavy electronic synth organs lending the song a gothic darkness, Owo sings about letting a lover into her heart and her bed, sharing the reins of her kingdom. There is an unabashed sensuality to Kingdom, need literally drips off every note. Definitely going onto our other playlist.

Listen to Kingdom here.