Still captured from the "Somebody Baby" music video.

Peruzzi and Davido in the "Somebody Baby" music video.

Peruzzi Shares Visuals for 'Somebody Baby' Featuring Davido

Peruzzi has finally dropped the highly anticipated music video for 'Somebody Baby' featuring Davido.

Nigerian singer and songwriter, Peruzzi, has finally shared the visuals for his latest single "Somebody Baby" featuring Davido. The "Somebody Baby" music video comes ahead of Peruzzi's long-awaited album Rum & Boogie. The album reportedly features Tiwa Savage, Fireboy DML, Phyno, Patoranking, Don Jazzy and more.

Read: Davido, Peruzzi, Dremo and The Flowolf Release Music Video for 'Mafa Mafa'

Peruzzi and Davido bring the heat in this latest music video. "Somebody Baby" is basically about trying to get out of the friend-zone while pursuing one's crush. The visuals are stunning and the styling as always, is on point, showing off Davido's magic touch. The music video has already received positive reviews from fans on social media indicating that Peruzzi and Davido's chemistry is still seamless after collaborating on ten different tracks. These include "Mafa Mafa", "Disturbance", "Sunshine, Scatter", "Twisted", "For Your Pocket" and more.

Peruzzi was nominated at the 2018 Headies Awards for "Rookie of the Year" and has been releasing hits ever since. He is currently signed to Davido's record label Davido Music Worldwide. "Somebody Baby" is the second single from the upcoming album "Southy Love" featuring Fireboy DML. Peruzzi unveiled the astounding 20 song tracklist for Rum & Boogie on his Instagram shortly after the "Somebody Baby" video dropped. Rum & Boogie is set to drop on the 9th of April and is available for pre-order.

Watch the "Somebody Baby" music video below.

Peruzzi - Somebody Baby feat. Davido (Official Video) www.youtube.com

Photo: Trevor Stuurman

Ghanaian Designer Steve French On The Influence of Cartoons & Earning A Gucci Fellowship

He's been designing fashion since 2015, but Steve French doesn't mind how long people take to notice his work - just as long as they notice.

Steve French personifies the thought that unwavering faith in one’s talent and capabilities can open doors. The Ghanaian fashion designer, stylist and illustrator didn’t make the initial top 10 for the 2019 Gucci Design Fellowship program but the organizers ended up expanding the list to include him because of his aptitude.

Launched in March 2019, the program is part of the luxury fashion brand’s initiative to offer opportunities to underrepresented designers, and to promote cultural exchanges between people from different backgrounds. The fellows get to learn from the Creative Director of Gucci, Alessandro Michele, and his team for a year. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, French’s class shifted, and they began their fellowship in March this year.

“The 11th designer from Ghana [French] was a decision taken today,” stated Marco Bizzari, President and Chief Executive Officer of Gucci, about the decision to add French to the mix, as reported on fashion website, WWD. “The team didn’t want to let him go.”

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