Believe it or not, Korede Bello’s debut album dropped earlier this year. In February to be precise and while albums don’t typically do well in Nigeria, Belloved is a suggestion that Korede is one of those acts you’re better off not asking to deliver an album because of its unlikeliness to succeed in the same magnitude that standalone releases like Godwin and Do Like That did. Another argument could be that because of the fact that Mavin Records currently has double digit acts it’s pushing, the Dynasty can no longer invest as much time in promoting each of its acts. A point of view which could be backed up by the fact that Korede’s album came two weeks before Iyanya’s Signature EP. As such, Korede Bello’s biggest move of 2017 has been his Do Like That Remix as opposed to tracks like My People or Let Him Go.

My People like most of Korede’s music is upbeat and fun to listen to and the video channels a similar type of energy with child dancers while the baby faced singer takes to the streets handing out invitations to a show where he and Lil Kesh thrill the crowd. In contrast to the version of the track on Belloved, Lil Kesh shares a verse as the two 2015 Headies Next Rated nominees team up.