See “Falana” in quasi-spiritual new video for “Repeat”

an Afro-juju inspired ode to resilience and resistance

“When I need a shoulder, I get down onto my knees”, Falana sings on “Repeat”. Speaking to Hunger TV on her new single, the singer described “Repeat” as an ode to “resilience and resistance in all forms”. In her new video, cuts of Falana under a spotlight are interspersed with clips of liberty marches and animated subliminals. Thanks to an Afrojuju-inspired baseline supporting “Repeat”, the track itself thrives on a haunting texture, but Falana’s silky-smooth vocals brings the optimism that holds everything up.

Falana’s Chapter 1 EP is expected later this month. See her in “Repeat” below.

Featured Image Credits: HungerTV