We heard rare. We’ve felt the 80s come back to life, now it’s time for the visuals.
Odunsi has released the first video of his debut album rare. and once again, we see how this artist is taking control of his aesthetics directing this video shot on location in Dubai with Ademola Falomo and co-directed by Santi. The official video for falling was released two days ago and it delivers greatly on the 80s Disco vibes complete with outer space background effects and glitter streamer; the lyrics are even included for more period accuracy.
There’s more where this came from. We know.
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