Chike Shares Visuals For “On The Moon”

Chike Shares “On The Moon” Visuals

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Starting off the New Year, RnB and Afropop singer, Chike, has released the visuals for ‘On the Moon’. It is directed by the talented UAX and features the musician in evocative scenes.

The video follows the dreamy ethos of a young boy, that alternates positions on a bed with Chike, light pouring around the set-up. As the video progresses, the sweet essences of star life come into focus, the girls and glitz, a followership all taking centre stage alongside Chike.

The dreamy cinematic experience is a perfect blend of minimalism and colour, the video strikes a strong portrait of Chike’s growth from a music fan to a global superstar.
Produced by DeeYasso, “On The Moon, is the opening song from his sophomore album Brother’s Keeper.

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Over the years Chike has embodied a pure definition of sound. His songs have taken R&B to dizzying heights within Afropop, earning him several hits that reflect his colourful tones.

Last year, the singer released his anticipated sophomore, ‘The Brother’s Keeper,’ a stirring collection of songs that opened with the ecclesiastical ‘On the Moon’.

Chike Ezekpeazu Osebuka, born January 28, 1993, popularly known by his stage name Chike is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and actor. He is known for participating in the Nigerian reality competition Project Fame West Africa and finishing in second place on Season 1 of The Voice Nigeria.

Chike made his acting debut as “Mayoma Badmus” on the Africa Magic Showcase telenovela, Battleground.


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