Ghanaian singer-songwriter and Universal Music Group Nigeria Artist Cina Soul has released a powerful new single titled ‘Killi Mi’.
In the song and accompanying visuals, the 23-year-old musician makes a passionate and bold statement, as she tackles the topic of abuse in relationships.
‘Killi Mi’ is the singer’s first major single of the year. The song offers a Highlife and Fuji music feel, complete with bass, strings, trumpet and flugelhorn, creating a sound that is reminiscent of the Fela era. The beat, produced by NiiQuaye, highlights the musician’s distinct and stunning vocal range. The musician infuses aspects of her culture by mixing English and her native language Ga throughout the track.
The song comes with powerful visuals, in which we see a physically and emotionally abusive relationship unfold. The video takes viewers through a range of emotions including love, hate, infatuation, power, obsession, anger, and passion as it knits together the story of a woman’s struggle to break free from a toxic cycle.
The video stays true to the afro-centric vibe we expect from the song, in its sets, scenes, and styling.
The artist, who is passionate about raising awareness about abusive relationships, does not only do so in the song and video. Cina Soul continues to hold workshops on abuse online on platforms like Instagram, and offline in the form of seminars. The artist also held a release party on Thursday 24th October in Ghana to celebrate the unveiling of the song and video.
‘Killi Mi’ highlights Cina Soul’s elevated artistry and gift for storytelling, putting her in the ranks of artists to watch.