Watch Pure Akan’s Artistic Music Video For His Song, “Meka Ho Bi Woka Ho Bi”

Ghanaian rapper
Image of Ghanaian Rapper, Pure Akan via Twitter//@PureAkan

After releasing his Onipa Akoma album about 5 years ago, Pure Akan finally gave fans a new project and now, months after the Nyame Mma album release, the rapper has released his first music video off the project.

The video is for the song, Meka Ho Bi Woka Ho Bi.

In the video, Pure Akan is seen rapping in front of a Presbyterian church with a shrine close by. Two male figures in dark and white tones dance around him inside the Elmina castle as he calls on all social ethics for self-assessment and duty.

Meka Ho Bi Woka Ho Bi comes with a double-sided play; The images are as contrasting as the song’s message. “I have been looking afar, but I did not know that I was sitting on it, I’m part of it. Sometimes it is me, sometimes it is you” Akan laments in the lyrics.

The visual rides on an acoustic undertone that runs as a template to deliver the message of community and accountability in an African setting.

Watch the music video directed by Imani Dennison and Kwabena Appiah here:

Listen to the album here: Nyame Mma 

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