The Much anticipated single #African Woman by Komo is finally out now.

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Africa WomanThe much anticipated single, is now out and making a big buzz all over your air waves with radio stations blasting. African Woman can only be described as the best by mile of all Afrobeat sounds of late. Taking the multi-talented above his mates.
The video is a celebration of Africa and its women shown through aesthetic colours and exhibitions of renowned tradition African dances. As expected features the popular D3 dancers and a cute young Komo dancing zestfully, bringing a fun vibrant edge to the video.
Towards the end of the video, you can expect to see Komo’s much cherished mother, who looks like she is giving him a run for his money as she dances to tune. Overall, African Woman is a fun, party, celebratory video.

Since the single release, things have gone from strength to strength thus we can expect there to be a big buzz around the video. With great determination, Komo has certainly proven himself worthy of embrace in the Afro-beats scene. The “African Woman” singer has gained massive positive responses through social media and he has been actively delivering great performances around the UK and Africa.

In the near future, expect some new materials, features with other artist and many more. Komo will be performing at the Miss Nubian Foundation Black History Month Extravaganza at the Hiltons Paddington on the 12th October 2013. He will also be the headlining act at the famous O2 for our C.Hub magazine’s anniversary on the 29th November 2013; also expect to see Komo performing at other various popular events.
Komo finally with this one has registered his name in the book of Afrobeat Stars.
African Woman is available for download on iTunes (, Amazon Mp3 (, Google Play (