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It’s a HOT ONE! Drizilik drops ‘Aw Fo Du’ video

By Published August 08, 2019

Drizilik, Sierra Leonean afro-pop, and hip hop singer release “Aw Fɔ Du” official Music Video, the song is part of a host of songs in the ‘Shukubly’ album which was released on December 2018.


This song is made up of Krio lyrics and it talks about the various challenges people face in life in order to be successful, career choices and how family, friends and others will look down on you, not give the necessary support you need at the time and will only come back to celebrate with you when you’ve won.

The video which was shot by Director Wizik of One Afrik features appearances from the Tacugama Chimpanzee Sanctuary. “Seeing one’s creative freedom is like adopting a chimpanzee and forcing it to live outside the jungle, you may think you are helping but rather defeating their purpose of existing. You’re not free until you can freely pursue your life purpose.” Said Drizilik. He posted on his social handles that he dedicates the video to all living creatures out there that are fighting for survival.

“This video is dedicated to all creatures out there, who are fighting for their freedom to create and express themselves artistically. Also to every soul out there looking to be placed where they can fully realize and live their true purpose on earth” said Drizilik. Shukubly album is the second album from Drizilik and it consists of 10 songs.

Real name Benjamin Menelik George is a Sierra Leonean born in Freetown in the year 1994. He attended the Albert Academy Secondary School where he started pursuing his dream of being an artist and after school, he embarked on a full-time music career.



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