'Girls Killing It': Aina More And Her Crew Share The Vibrant Video For Their Ode To Fly Girls

London-based Nigerian rapper Aina More releases the colorful music video for her bouncy female empowerment anthem 'Girls Killing It'.

Last month we shared Aina More's anthemic single "Girls Killing It," the UK-based Nigerian emcee is now returning with the colorful visuals for the groovy, afro hip-hop ode to fly girls around the world. The London-shot video features Aina and her crew of fun, fierce females taking over a basketball court with their playfully sultry dance moves and looking effortlessly cool as they ride their bikes around the city sporting shirts with the words 'World Changers' plastered across them. Aina appears smooth and confident as she spits the empowering lyrics of the DJ Juls-produced track, reminding women of all walks of life to continue to push boundaries and "kill it" in all that they do. Watch below as Aina More and her team do just that in the vivacious video for "Girls Killing It".


Adekunle Gold Is Living His Best Life

We speak to the Nigerian star about how marriage and fatherhood have led him to find both newfound happiness and newfound freedom as an artist.

''I'm having the time of my life,'' says Adekunle Gold over a Zoom call while seated in his office in Lagos. ''I'm making songs that are so true to my current energy, my current vibe.'' When I got on the call with the 34-year-old artist on a Wednesday afternoon, the first thing I noticed was his hair tied up in little braids, the second was his wide smile. As we speak, the crooner laughs multiple times but it's his aura that shines through the computer screen, it lets you know better than his words that he's truly having the time of life.

Born Adekunle Kosoko, the popular Nigerian singer got married barely two years ago to fellow artist Simi. Last year, the power couple welcomed their first child. As we talk, Gold points to his journey as a father and a husband as some of the biggest inspirations at the moment not just as far as music goes but as his perspective in life and how he now approaches things.

''My [artistry] has changed a lot because being a father and being a husband has made me grow a lot and more.'' Adekunle Gold tells OkayAfrica. ''It has made me understand life a lot more too. I'm feeling more responsible for people. You know, now I have a kid to raise and I have a wife to support, to be a real man and husband and father for.'' He credits this journey with both his newfound happiness and a newfound freedom as an artist.

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