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Burna Boy Drops New Song & Music Video 'On the Low'

Burna Boy treats us to a sweet love song with his latest single "On the Low."

Burna Boy comes through with another feel-good song and music video just in time for the weekend.

After dropping the sultry hit "Gbona" back in September, the "afro-fusion" star delivers once again with "On the Low," produced by Kel P.

With "On the Low" Burna slows things down, singing about his affection for a special girl in his life. The love song is a different pace than we're used to hearing from the artist, but just as enjoyable nonetheless. The Meji Alabi-directed music video shows Burna Boy in a series of warm settings while he serenades a special lady. He serves a number of fashionable looks, as always.

Burna has had a notably prosperous 2018, positioning himself as one of the best in the Nigerian music scene, performing sold-out crowds in London, dropping one of the most noteworthy albums of the year with Outside, and making several guest appearances on tracks from Major Lazer, Lily Allen, as well as 2Baba and D'Banj.

Watch "On the Low" below.

Burna Boy - On The Low (Official Video) www.youtube.com


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South African Filmmaker Carmen Sangion Unpacks Her Short Film 'Uncertainty'

Uncertainty, a film about a couple's emotional battles during lockdown, forms part of the global nine-chapter anthology project titled One(Nine).

During the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, nine filmmakers isolating in various parts of the world came together for a collective experiment. The global team of female filmmakers worked on short films which formed part of the anthology One(Nine), a nine-chapter project of perspectives and experiences — real, unreal, fiction, non-fiction and everything in between.

The team included Canada's Ingrid Veninger, Mina Shum, Isa Benn and Slater Jewell-Kemker, as well as Dorothee Wenner (Germany), Shengze Zhu (China/USA), Carmen Sangion (South Africa) and Lydia Zimmermann (Spain). One(Nine) premiered digitally at Canada's Female Eye Film Festival that ran from March 12to 29.

For this piece, South Africa's Carmen Sangion dissects Uncertainty, a film which interrogates Black men's vulnerability and mental health struggles through the lens of one couple's relationship battles during lockdown.

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