Own song, own slang, own visuals; here is all you need to know about the visuals of Wada by Reeziana.
Starting off with the name of the single, the queen of the hood says she came up with the word which in Damara is hoada. According to the rapper, the word is her own slang, which is pretty dope and catchy especially how she flexes it in the song.
“The song is basically for people who are well off in life but still don’t want other people to succeed like them,” she explains.
Reeziana also dropped some facts on the song saying that she produced the song herself with the help of producer Evicted who then did the final touches to the song. The musician says she loves her work as it is something fresh that her fans haven’t seen from her.
The visuals were produced by guru Eric Mule who is known for creating magical concepts and bringing them to life. Reeziana says there was hardly much thought put in the concept as it was aimed at being an easy yet fun video. All of these characteristics do show in the pretty much laid back video that was made public as of yesterday.
“Eric is known for his great work he contacted me last year already for a video but I was working with Optimistic Works then on my video Xamgu. I got back to him because I want my music videos this year to be on international platforms and I believe Eric could help me achieve that and bring out my whole idea for the specific video and he did,” she said.