Nigerian-American artist Tunde Olaniran‘s “The Second Transgression” serves as a visual accompaniment to his upcoming EP of the same name. In the video, Tunde’s electro-tinged tracks “Kill Or Be Killed” and “Sun Goes Down” soundtrack an experimental excursion into the rituals that play out between lovers and friends.

“We wanted to find a way to show the inherent conflict and potential for fear and violence that exists during any deep changes, whether personal or societal,” Tunde explains, “I’ve always been interested in traditions of voodoo and wanted to invoke the imagery associated with trance and possession as a metaphor for personal growth.” For more on Tunde read our in-depth interview with the artist. Watch the Gold House-produced video for “The Second Transgression,” directed by Natasha Beste, below.

Comments

  • Anonymous

    This was absolutely amazing. Working with Tunde and all the talent and crew that I met were great!. This was one of many times I have worked with Tunde and I must say that every time its fun and the people are awesome. I look forward seeing what he comes up with next as his style and sound are unique. Thanks Tunde for having me to be apart of this. I wish you much continued success.

  • https://www.facebook.com/GraciaJohnson?ref=hl Gracia E. Johnson

    This was absolutely amazing. Working with Tunde and all the talent and crew that I met were great!. This was one of many times I have worked with Tunde and I must say that every time its fun and the people are awesome. I look forward seeing what he comes up with next as his style and sound are unique. Thanks Tunde for having me to be apart of this. I wish you much continued success.

  • http://spacekidmusic.Bandcamp.com Spacekid

    Super creative and artistic…Tunde is always pushing the limits and making things edgy! Kudos to this whole team involved.

    That “Sun Goes Down” beat is INsaneeee

    -SpAceKiD

  • http://identicalvariant.com Donnell Carr

    I must say i’ve been following Tunde for a while now. This is the most creative art in motion I’ve seen in a while. I really enjoy it.