RELEASE OF AIGBORAN MUSIC VIDEO – A TRACK OFF ANIKULAPO MUSIC ALBUM.
They say “love is blind” and even though this is psychologically right, it has been scientifically proven that truly, love is blind as the “feel-good” hormones are capable of making one lose sight of red flags.
In Anikulapo, we see the theme of disobedience play a strong role in the progression of the plot, and eventually, both Saro and Arolake pay dearly for it. Let’s say they were blinded by
Overtime, we’ve established music in film as a great tool that helps express a theme or subject matter in its fullness beyond what is being seen on screen to what is being perceived psychologically, it helps read between the lines, explains the unsaid words and unexpressed feelings, purging the audience of emotions at the right time
Anikulapo music album houses 3 songs written and performed by Kent Edunjobi and 12 scores by Anu Afolayan which are currently available on all music streaming platform The 3 folk songs have since its release been on everyone’s lips and today, the music video of “Aigboran” airs, it is noteworthy to mention that these music videos being released over the past weeks were directed by the wizz himself – Kunle Afolayan
Aigboran means disobedience and you already know what this song is about and what moral it teaches thanks to the character – Saro.
Not only can you now stream the album, but you can now stream the video too, and also have the songs as your Ring Back Caller Tune if you’re an MTN subscriber.
All you need do is dial *410# to subscribe to MTN CallerTunez, follow the prompts, and choose from any of the Anikulapo soundtracks – Aigboran, Igba Nba Jo, and Ojukokoro for an almost free charge of N20 for 7 days, N50 for 30 days.
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more premium content. Also, if you’ve not seen Anikulapo, it’s still streaming on Netflix, and today is a good day to Netflix and Chill into the weekend. Oya touch your chest, hit it three times, and say “I cast out every spirit of Saro, Odeshi!”