Nana Fofie shot the limelight after sharing a series of sound and personality defining mashups on Youtube in 2017. On recognizing the vocal powerhouse’s power, the media took to her and since then, she’s been making waves while perfecting her own sound. Fast becoming one to watch in Europe’s RnB landscape, she ushers in her unique and seminal sound dubbed Afro RnB, which adds her infectious Afropop sensibilities to her contemporary RnB foundation, while showcasing her Ghanaian heritage on her latest, Yeno Ntem.
Perfect for injecting some much needed positive energy into the world at this time, Yeno Ntem is a timely feel-good summer song that is all about disseminating good vibes, laughter, and having fun with friends and family according to Nana Fofie.
Shot in Rotterdam before the lockdown, the accompanying music video is a fun and infectious dance-led visual affair that is sure to lift the mood and spirits. In an ingenious case of art looking to mimic life, the visuals, which are carried by Nana’s star power, infectious personality, and captivating presence, depict a lively house party through which we get to live vicariously considering the current movement constraints.