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Vector – “License”

Ubiquitous  |  Aug 14, 2021


Vector License
Vector – “License”

Versatile, Nigerian rapper/ songwriter Olanrewaju Ogunmefun, popularly known as Vector drops a new single titled “License“.

“License” by Vector is a follow up to ‘Crown Of Clay‘ (feat. M.I Abaga, Pheelz) and The Remix ( feat. Khaligraph Jones, Dip Doundou Guiss, Ashs The Best).


The is a song that connects with the inner voice of happiness and joy, as that is the only thing a man can hold on to, whether broken or whole.

The music has major pop and dancehall elements, that makes it appeal to the dancehall and Caribbean island communities.

Produced by grammy nominated producer; Mr Kleb, Vector shows his other side as a singer, creating an end product of pop and strong dancehall vibe, that still has the afro-fusion element in the sound and stands out.

About this song Vector shared; “I made this song way before a period of my life where I felt like my smile was being erased by blood shed in the country.

The first time I played it after the massacre, its energy gave a kick.

It reminded me of the crazy moments that I came out stronger from.

Tell the wolf again that i Olanrewaju (insert your name if you please) will come and dance anytime, any day, anywhere.

Watch and Enjoy the visualizer below

 

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