MIMLIFE Musician, Kelvin Black publishes new material emphasising happiness, and the comforting groove that is Afrobeats Music.

“Good vibes never tell no lie/ good vibes gimme inspiration/ good vibes we need, all the time/ good vibes for the generation,” he discharges early on in the record. The lines also go on to function as crust of the tune.

Produced by Zodvac, the joint also sees Black draw from pioneering GH band, Osibisa’s “Fire,” from where the chant “ogya ee ogya” pours.

MIMLIFE is also home to B4Bonah, of “Dear God” fame.

Accompanying visuals to “Good Vibes” are directed by¬†Andy Madjitey.

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