Mbosso Ft Diamond Platnumz – Baikoko Official Music Video Out Now!
Diamond Platnumz’, has released spectacular visuals on his song titled, “Baikoko” featuring Diamond Platnumz.
The duo, having their adept voices put together on the same track gives it an indescribable kind of feeling for the song, “Baikoko”. Mbosso’s Baikoko music video was released on Friday April 09, 2021.
“Baikoko” generated a little over 1 million streams within 24 hours on YouTube and is No. 1 on trending.
Mbosso’s “Baikoko” music video is indeed impressive with its colourful and artistry effect in the background.
The female models and their energetic dance moves to the chorus also gives the song an easy flow which listeners can also dance along as they enjoy the rhythm.
Although, the lyrics of the song is fully in the local dialect but It also exhibits the prestigious multicultural practices both locally and internationally through their fashionable costume.
The lightening effect in the building is impeccable. The song is being promoted tremendously as fans of the singer have been urged to do a dance challenge as they enjoy the afro-pop.
The song “Baikoko” is the third song from the artiste’s debut album dubbed, “Definition of love” since he was signed under WCB record label in 2018. The video was shot and directed by Director Kenny with production credit by Lizer Classic.
Definition of love is a 15-track album that has gained massive vocal support from his boss Diamond Platnumz as well as amazing talents like Rayvanny, Mr Flavour, Liya, Darassa, Spice Diana, Baba Levo and Njenje Band.
Since its release in march, the album has topped several music charts including, Audiomack, Soundcloud, Boomplay and a lot more.
Bongo musician Mbosso, goes by the real name, Mbwana Yusuph Kilungi. He was born and raised in Tanzania. Officially, Mbosso was welcomed into Diamond Platnumz’s Wassafi record label in January 2018 after he ditched a singing group known as, the Yamoto Band in 2016.
The hits songs released under this WCB records include, Watakubali, Nimekuzoea, Allele, Shida, Picha Yake, Tamu, Tamba among several others.