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Music Video: IBK Spaceshipboi releases ‘Padeya,’ a song with a very global sound

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Music genius IBK Spaceshipboi who has branched into acting (he was the lead actor in the music film ‘8 Bars & a Clef’) has just released new music titled ‘Padeya.’

According to a release from IBK, in the first quarter of the year, he headed out to the United states to work on his new music project (WORLDRADIO by SPACESHIPBOI) that is now said to be scheduled for a 2017 release. The project is, “aimed at showcasing the world’s beauty and destroying the stereotypes we have about certain races and geographical locations through the power of good music and collaboration.”

But before the entire project is ready, he drops the visuals to the first single off the music project. The video features Fabian Sanchez and Daniel Demendoza of the @1beatmusic 2015 alumni as well as other local musicians in Cali-Colombia. Padeya is available on all digital media stores worldwide including Itunes, Google Play, Amazon, Tidal and Spinlet. Check it out:

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