Sister Deborah delivers a smooth aphrodisiac bop with help from the lux BPM Boss who composed the music and blessed it with a smokey verse.
Chocolate has been well received by the Dolphins (a collective name for fans of the African Mermaid) and is already on a couple of editorial playlists.
“Next time u no fit wedge me mek u no give another girl” Sister Deborah tells her partner not to share their self again with someone else because of her tardiness. She expresses her displeasure at this by saying she does not want any more chocolate, but she later slips up and confesses to having also done the same thing at some point. The song is about rules of engagement in relationships and how willing we are to forge ahead despite bumps and obstacles.
Some will argue that since chocolate is made out of the seeds of the cocoa fruit, it qualifies as a fruit salad. Which is what the Fotombo-directed video for Chocolate makes you feel like you’re eating. With cameos from Y’Akoto, Ghanaian-German Soul Star Singer, Iveth the afrobeats-dancing Stunner, spotted in Beyonce’s “Black Is King”, and other tasty Choco treats.
Enjoy minimalist music video for Chocolate below: