In his signature Hausa-rap style, he delivers an infectious afro-trap track that tells the story of struggle, perseverance, determination and the will to succeed and become “The One”.
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“The song talks about me being the one. Guda means the one, the chosen one. It also talks about a story of grass to grace; it’s sort of like a motivational, inspirational song and also a bit braggadocious too,” Ayat tells us.
Shot and directed by David Nicol-Sey in the picturesque grasslands of Bolgatanga, the video shows Ghana in a way that the world does not get to see every day; the sounds, culture, dances and landscapes.
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All in all, this music video is a visually stunning experience and is probably one of the best ones out of Ghana this year – fans and friends in the media space testified through series of tweets.
Watch the music video for Kirani Ayat’s “Guda” below: