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American Singer Camila Cabello Gets Closer To Afrobeats Star Oxlade In Video For ‘Ku Lo Sa Remix’ (Watch)

American Singer Camila Cabello Gets Closer To Afrobeats Star Oxlade In Video For ‘Ku Lo Sa Remix’ (Watch)

Nigerian music royalty Oxlade has released the official music video for his duet with American artiste Camila Cabello on the remix for ‘Ku Lo Sa.’

Camila’s sonorous vocal and lyrical contributions to ‘Ku Lo Sa’ add freshness to the rhythm of the sound as we listen to Oxlade’s echoing voice that stood out confidently to preserve the energy Afrobeats is known for as a music genre.

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Camila opened up about her work with Oxlade, saying she was ’soaked’ when the Nigerian singer approached her about the remix. She stated Afrobeats is a popular music genre in the world and expressed her admiration for Oxlade.

“Afrobeats is probably my most listened-to genre of music, and I have the most respect for Oxlade as a writer and an artist. I got in the booth and wrote my part in like an hour. It was so easy and fun, and I love this song. Hope you love it as much as I do,” Camila opined.

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Oxlade also remarked that Camila was the only option he wanted for the remix since she is music, a pure person, and has a pure heart. He termed their duet as a “dream come true.”

“‘Ku Lo Sa’ is a special song to me personally, so it was something of a joy to see her resonate with the way I love the music itself and being excited as I am to put out the song. This made me feel extra special. She even called it “our” song,” Oxlade added.

Camila and Oxlade become closer in the music video, which is loaded with affection. Watch it below.

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