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Ghanaian Afropop singer Kelvyn Boy’s ‘Down Flat’ video is a postcard

The director—Amanor Blac—did a great job.

Yesterday, Ghanaian artist Kelvyn Boy shared the well-made official video for his catchy new track called ‘Down Flat’. In what reminds us of a postcard, the creative treatment doubles as a look into his enchanting environment or a moving travel brochure. And the women are dreamy and desirable in each frame. Check out the video now to get to know the Foso, Ghana-native artist a little better.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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