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DJ Juls And Ko-Jo Cue Share The Steely Visuals For 'UFW'

Ghanian artists DJ Juls and Ko-Jo Cue release the gritty visuals "UFW" off their upcoming joint album 'This Earth My Brother'.


Ghanian beatsmith DJ Juls and BBnZ emcee Ko-Jo Cue share the visuals for their new track "UFW (Unfuckwittable)," the second single from their upcoming collaborative album This Earth My Brother set to release this summer. The bold hip-hop track features minimal, hi-hat heavy production from DJ Juls and hard-hitting, self-assured raps from Ko-Jo along with a vocal sample from Nas' "U Gotta Love It." The video shows a young man and woman holding up display cards with various images depicting Ko-Jo Cues lyrics, a subtle nod to Bob Dylan's iconic "Subterranean Homesick Blues" video. Black-and-white graphics featuring legendary artists Bob Marley and Fela Kuti amongst others, can also be seen in the Jeneral Jay-directed video. Take a look at the gritty video for DJ Juls and Ko-Jo Cue's "UFW" and stream their previous This Earth My Brother single "PayDay" below. 

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