Why my musical video was dramatic —Yinka Rythmz

US based-Nigeria musician, Yinka Quadri Hazzan, popularly known as Yinka Rythmz, has disclosed why there are lots of dramatic expressions in his soon to be released musical video entitled: ‘More Than Somebody’.

According to him, it was to showcase the emotion attached to the message the song tends to pass across.

“The More Than Somebody (MTS), project themed “album in a movie” simply states that I am showcasing the action, the life and the emotions attached to the composition of the song. I am simply trying to showcase the life behind the composition of the songs in addition to the situations, struggles, challenges and the victory that every individual could face in their daily life,” he said.

The pharmacist-cum-musician also revealed that the new work expressed his life story. He also noted that the video will be out soon as the finishing work on the  project has commenced from where it stopped as a result if the effect of the pandemic.

 

 

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