\\ M.anifest releases visuals “Me Ne Woa”

Ghanaian hip-hop act M.anifest returns with stunning new visuals Me Ne Woa featuring King Promise.

Me Ne Woa lyrical subject ranges from introspective accounts of heartache tales of love and relationship in general.

M.anifest potrays his artistic and lyrical prowess in this video that colors pure Africa art and beauty, as he makes references to varied subjects including TV shows, ‘You are so Clair, I’m your Frank Underwood’, read ‘House Of Cards’.

The rapper goes on as he addresses his love, he speaks of how he goes out to fetch for a better future with her and appeals to her to wait with a promise to keep his promises. M.anifest’s lyricism remains legit on this track that reflects some of the deepest moments and the struggles that life brings but yet love and patience remain the best fallback.

Towards the end of the video, M.anifest ropes in his grandfather and professor of music Prof. J.H. Kwabena Nketia, with the few words of wisdom, the elderly scholar emphasizes on the meaning of the words that make the title of the song.

M.anifest has been a man on the grind, consistently releasing some of the best works and enriching content from Africa. Last month he dropped a short film christened Simple Love; as the artist rhymes over reflective guitar tunes invoking thoughts of desire and need, the video picks off with a depiction of then simple life in the coasts of Ghana, a lady dances as the picture takes on a slow-motion pace as the rest of the characters go about their business. One would be right to assume that ‘Simple Love’, which has M.anifest speak of wanting a simple love that money can’t buy, is more of a prequel to his latest release Me Ne Woa.

The track is produced by Reynolds The Gentleman and the video done by Afrodistrict & Call back Dreams under stewardship of Makere Thekiso.

Check out the video below:


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