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2Baba and Sauti Sol Want to Make a Dreamer Out of You in the New Video for 'Oya Come Make We Go'

Nigeria's 2Baba teams up with Kenya’s hardest working boy band, Sauti Sol, in the new visuals for “Oya Come Make We Go.”

Nigeria's 2Baba teams up with Kenya’s hardest working boy band, Sauti Sol, in the new visuals for their single “Oya Come Make We Go.”


The inspirational song calls for fans to dream, believe, and work to achieve their goals in life. The music video, directed by Nigeria’s Unlimited L.A, follows the story of a young girl on a quest to do just that, in between cut-away shots of the singing sensations performing in Kenya's Rift Valley.

Sauti Sol have previously advocated for education for all of Kenya's youth through their Soma Soma initiative, and it looks like girl power is the order of the day.

The country’s youngest morning show radio host, Adelle Onyango, introduces the “Oya Come Make We Go” in the visuals, while the Kenyan fashion label, Kiko Romeo, outfitted the stars.

Watch Sauti Sol and 2Baba remind us that: “Time is a healer, pain is a teacher, music is a stress reliever – be a believer.”

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