SIMI – OWANBE

X3M Music presents Simi’s latest song “Owanbe”.

As suggested by the title, Simi sings one for parties (Owanbe’s) on this track titled “O Wa N’bę”

O Wa N’bę is produced bt VTek with guitar by Fiokee and is taken from the singer’s Simisola album.

“It’s a song depicting the typical naija party scene with special guest appearances from leading actors in Nollywood such as Odunlade Adekola, Prince Jide Kosoko and Lola OJ who played Sussie”

The video was directed by Ani James of AJE Filmworks.

Get more of Simi’s music by clicking the links below:

Joromi: http://bit.ly/SimiJoromi

Smile For Me: http://bit.ly/2vu0Usr

Love Don’t Care: https://goo.gl/TSkWv5

Tiff: https://goo.gl/MFcKJa

Outta My Head: https://goo.gl/lAsRGO

The Evolution: https://goo.gl/kJYoAo

E No Go Funny: https://goo.gl/cN7Itr

Follow Simi on:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/symplysimi

Twitter: https://twitter.com/symplysimi

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/symplysimi

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