Ghanaian-Nigerian Afrobeat sensation, Tipsy Queen, is about to take fans on an unforgettable visual journey with the highly anticipated music video for her hit single, Cream it. Directed by Shuga (Avis Direction), the video promises to be a mesmerizing blend of stunning cinematography and visually striking scenes that perfectly complement the infectious Afro-dancehall sound of the song.
Tipsy Queen, who has been making waves in the music industry, views the music video as a special treat for her fans. She explains, "The music video for Cream it is a visual representation of the emotional connection behind the song. We can't wait for everyone to experience it."
The release of the Cream it music video follows Tipsy Queen's successful emergence in the music scene, garnering critical acclaim and a growing fan base. This video release is expected to further establish her as one of the industry's most promising talents.
Fans can exclusively watch the Cream it music video on YouTube, and it promises to be a visual spectacle that showcases not only the song's infectious beats but also Tipsy Queen's undeniable talent. Get ready to be blown away as this rising star takes her music to new heights.
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