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Watch Ghanaian singer Banzy Banero’s heavenly visual for his praise song ‘Hosanna’

Two weeks ago, Ghanaian singer Banzy Banero, from the streets of Osu in Accra, released the incredibly made official music video for his track, sharing its name with ‘Hosanna’, a liturgical word in Judaism and Christianity. As the talented vocalist performs the home-hitting lyrics to the song about hearing voices within and making sure he doesn’t give up nor bow out. Banero is facing and battling sturdy forces or negative thoughts, if he’s not careful, may take him over and consume him. It’s a record about how it feels to be at the edge and details what a close call may be—something that millions of other humans may be able to relate to around the globe. It’s a deep one, but necessary. It’s probably why the song nears 1,000,000 streams on Spotify. Watch the heavenly Kofi Awuah directed video below.


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