Akan juices up the success of his debut album Onipa Akoma, with accompanying visuals for Me Sika Aduro, the second off the album.
The video builds on a transition of seeking money, the beauty and power it comes with, the danger of being mislead and a dooming pathway that is promsed with it.
The video is powerful; whilst the lyrics may ignite a rush for doing all it takes to get money, the images will enlighten you on the consequence underlying the position of having money.
In the video, the rapper is pictured under a ritual for financial freedom. The video then cuts to a skit on Abusua Tintin on the album which emphasizes on the misconception about money that runs through society and the danger of getting misled and consumed in it. It then reveals the rapper dazzling in his vice and demons which eventually leads to his doom.
The video directed by Yaw Skyface: