VIDEO: Taki Taki – Friction & The Raw Rhythm Section

Ghanaian reggae singer Friction (formerly of hiplife group V.I.P) presents visuals to his recent single Taki Taki. Backed by the Raw Rhythm Section, the act (born Musah Haruna in Nima...

Ghanaian reggae singer Friction (formerly of hiplife group V.I.P) presents visuals to his recent single Taki Taki.

Backed by the Raw Rhythm Section, the act (born Musah Haruna in Nima – Accra) emphasises the importance of humility in all endeavours of life.

Since leaving V.I.P, he has gone on to record successful albums as Big Trouble, Auntie Serwaa, and Ghetto Blues. Alumnus of the  Fontys Rockacademy (Holland) and leader of the Roots Drivers Band, Friction has performed on several major stages worldwide –over 90 in Europe last year alone.

This year, their tour keeps taking them across boundaries, such as the African Descent Festival in Canada and Festival der Kulturen in Germany.

Taki Taki was directed by Urban Studio. Watch it below:

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