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AML Certified | Africa’s Rap King X.O SENAVOE Drops ‘Say it Again’ Video, Check on It!

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To say I believe in X.O Senavoe and that he will continue to excel and blow up as an artist would be an understatement.  I know, quite a statement but definitely one I am not making lightly. While Sarkodie remains my #1 out of Africa, with EL and Edem following closely, for rap in general, X.O Senavoe does it for me. They say many are called, but few are chosen. He is one of the chosen.

Also, he has such class with his delivery and a very clean but creative colorful palette when it comes to his visual aesthetics that I enjoy. I definitely want to see more of him and I know I will see him at the top in due time, so long as he never quits and stays consistent. Shout out to Kid Konnect who invested in this talent, right from the onset. I see you frat.

-Uduak

SAY IT AGAIN

PREVIOUS HIT – X.O SENAVOE ‘TAXI’ Video

After dropping the emotive and fan-favorite “Beautiful”, and right of the heels of being named an African Hip-Hop king by Lobatana Africa, X.O Senavoe follows up his ground-breaking intro video for “Taxi Music” with the excellent new video for his first solo joint “Say It Again”, produced by Kid Konnect.

The “Say It Again” music video, shot on location all around the world including New York, Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa and Canada, was brought to life by the co-partnering of director Ike Awuah and X.O Senavoe and shows what X.O and #XONATION is all about: the blending of all types of people from all walks of life doing ‘Xtra-Ordinary things in ordinary ways. It also depicts the movement that is the continually-growing thousands of X.O fans around the world.

His twist on the “xo” signature, using “when your chick’s blowing me kisses, she’s really saying my name” serves as a tie-in to the playful nature of the song while solidifying X.O’s royalty ranking as a rap giant. The video will be followed right away by the release of the first single of the year and kicks off what will be a great year of non-stop X.O music.

“The only rapper Stevie Wonder is calling a must-see”. Say It again!

WATCH “SAY IT AGAIN” ON YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aSAxFGe3MeY

DOWNLOAD “SAY IT AGAIN” DIRECTLY TO YOUR MOBILE: http://bit.ly/xosayitagain

MEDIA & BOOKINGS:
Please direct all media and booking inquiries to info@xosenavoe.com

CONNECT WITH X.O SENAVOE

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/XONATION
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/XO_Senavoe
ReverbNation: http://www.reverbnation.com/xosenavoe
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/XO_senavoe

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