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You Need To See Juls & Burna Boy's Animated Video For 'Gwarn'

Follow an animated Juls and Burna Boy as they serenade their girls in this amazing (and hilarious) new video.

"Gwarn," the ultra-smooth afrobeats collaboration from British-Ghanaian producer Juls and Nigerian star Burna Boy, has been on constant heavy rotation these days.


The new single has now gotten an incredible animated visual to go along with it—and its probably the best music video you'll see all month.

Follow an animated Juls and Burna below as they serenade and lounge with their girls in this Poka-directed video.

"I had fun working with my guy Poka on this visual," Juls tells The Fader. "I really love cartoons and I wanted to switch it up a little and add some sexy vibes to animation. 'Gwarn' is one of my favourite records this year, and I hope everyone enjoys the video as much as I do!"

"Gwarn" is the lead single from Juls' upcoming Ojekoo EP. Check out the animated video below and a few select screen grabs underneath.

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Vinegar Pap Smear Saving Women’s Lives In Malawi

This simple diagnostic test is giving hope to thousands of women in Malawi.

They say necessity is the mother of invention and in Malawi, the need for inexpensive Pap smears has resulted in a cost-effective and ingenious solution. Visual Inspection with Acetic Acid (VIA) is the only form of cervical cancer screening affordable to most underprivileged women in Malawi, according to reports.

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO) "19 of the top 20 countries with the highest cervical cancer burden were in sub-Saharan Africa in 2018." Eswatini had the highest incidences followed by Malawi.

The VIA is a simple diagnostic test that can be used to screen cervical cancer, as an alternative to Pap smear cytology, in low-resource countries," according to the Role of VIA in cervical cancer screening in low-resource countries - PubMed (nih.gov) study.

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