Juls Is In Great Company In the Half-Animated Video For ‘My Wave’

London-based Ghanaian artist and producer Juls jus dropped the visuals for his single “My Wave,” and we're totally here for them.

London-based Ghanaian artist and producer Juls just released the visuals for his single “My Wave,” and we're totally here for them.

In the video, the artist can be seen having a great time photographing and dancing with four women dressed in dashikis and other African-inspired prints.

“My Wave” is a dance floor packer of note, as it boasts a catchy afrobeats instrumental which the artist adorns with lovey-dovey vocals. The track feature Nigeria's buzzing Odunsi The Engine and Sona.

The song is from Juls’ latest album Leap of Faith, a record which put him at the forefront of the alternative afrobeats movement.

Watch the video for “My Wave,” premiering here with us today, above and cop Leap of Faith here.



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