When two musical behemoths come together for a collaboration, what you get is something unique and wonderful. The visuals for We Plenti is the encouragement for the rash youths of today with its powerful message and intoxicating melody.
It’s easy to get lost in Cobhams Asuquo’s new song in which he features the audio siren known as Simi. Aside from the fact that it is just one damn good track, the vocal talent of the two singers alone makes the listener just want to sleep away his/her worries.
Ours is a country that is rife with vices and with the get rich quick syndrome at an all-time high, it’s good to see that the artists in the industry still have a message of admonishment for the young and erring individuals.
The line ‘Beans nor dey cook forever, your own beans go don’ is the perfect metaphor as it expertly uses the comparison to let the impatient youths know that if they work hard and are patient, their success will surely come.
Cobhams is a master when it comes to making music. His ability to capture the soul via his enchanting verses and rhythm is more powerful than ever, and who better to join him in this beautiful melody than the songstress Simi?
There are so many lessons to take home from the song and with the video effectively capturing different persons busy with their hustle, it’s just perfect for the average Nigerian.
Sometimes simplicity shouldn’t be discarded and We Plenti proves that a great song with highly-talented musicians and just simple visuals could be the dream ensemble many wish for.
Cobhams and Simi are speaking to the inner dreamer and hustler within us striving to make an impact in a world that seems built to tear us down. But with messages like this, we will conquer!
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