‘Make It Right’ feat. The Rambling Wheels takes Muthoni The Drummer Queen back in time in brand new music video directed by 8278A. The retro-inspired song is the product of a collaboration between the effortlessly powerful soulstress and producers HOOK and GR and its video is filled with ancient Egyptian and Nubian imagery and shot on location in Nairobi, the local artist plays reincarnated personifications of shame, guilt and love; all of which are in a perpetual tug-of-war. “[While writing the song] I was thinking about a relationship that didn't work and I recognized that I was the reason why it did not work,” Muthoni tells AFROPUNK. “So I wrote a letter to the offended party, acknowledging my mistake and asking for their forgiveness, and used some of the text to make the song.”
By Erin White*, AFROPUNK contributor
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