The video for Tubaba’s FRENEMIES featuring Waje has dropped, and it explores enemies masquerading as friends.
Directed by Lucky Doors Films, the video opens with a lone shot of the lanky singer, donning all-black attire. It switches to an interior shot of him in a house.
Songstress, Waje lends her incredible vocals to the second verse, further increasing the song’s appeal. She wears black too and sings with a live band in what appears to resemble a jungle background.
Laced with a cool reggae beat, the song’s serious theme is vividly portrayed in the visuals as we see brief glimpses of pretentious individuals who would rather do harm than good.
Tubaba prays to God to save him from his ‘Frenemies’ and asks to be equipped with the arsenal to deal with them.
Adding Waje to the song is a smart move because she brings her Midas touch to it, complimenting the legendary singer as she shows us a thing or two in music artistry.
The content of the video is a reminder that we all need to be careful with our fellow humans as not all who profess love for us have our best interests at heart.
It is a very important message that shows how unique a music artist like Tubaba is, choosing to also tackle vital societal themes in his songs, giving us something to ponder on while we enjoy his music.
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