See Olamide, Wizkid & ID Cabasa In “Totori” Music Video

captures the remarkable growth of two of Afropop’s finest

Although perennial Afropop A-list acts Olamide and Wizkid have put out subsequent, highly successful collaborative efforts, the involvement of veteran producer ID Cabasa on their latest pairing brings back memories of their novel collaboration, “Omo To Shan”, back when both were fresh faced ascendants at the top of the decade. To a tangible extent, “Totori” and its accompanying video captures the remarkable growth of both artists, with a hint of the qualities that helped both artists break out.

ID Cabasa produces the thumping beat, mixing steel pan dancehall drums, piano strings and humming bass guitar riffs, creating the energetic atmosphere readied for dance-inclined audience, and also injects energy into the laidback demeanour of the lyrics from the vocal artists. Performing the song’s infectious hook, Wizkid’s imbues his lightweight, randy sentiments with preppy melodies, while Olamide’s two verses are cocksure, highlighting his unwavering prominence in a bid to win over his muse.

TG Omori directs the music video for “Totori”, capturing the lively vibe of the song, with shots of all three credited artists performing in varying duet and solo frames, surrounded by models and dancers performing high octane, choreographed moves. To capture the fanfare surrounding Olamide and Wizkid, there are also shots featuring a large crowd, excited at watching the new music video from both artists on a TV.

You can watch the music video for “Totori” below.

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