British Ghanaian singer-songwriter Ginius serves new visuals for “Feels Like Magic”

British  Ghanaian  singer-songwriter  Ginius  serves  new  visuals  for  “Feels  Like  Magic”
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British  Ghanaian  singer-songwriter  and  music  producer  Ginius  has  released  visuals  for  her  lead  single  “Feels  Like  Magic”  off  her  sophomore  release  Her Notions Since ‘97.

 

 

On  the  song,  Ginius  effortlessly  displays  and  explores  her  growing  artistic  toolkit  with  an  airy  and  mellow-toned sound  giving  her  audience a  piece  of her  Alté  side.  In  the  Mohammad  Hussain-directed  video  which  was  co-directed  by  Ginius  herself,  the  singer  is  obviously  having  the  time  of  her  life  with  her  love  interest  on  an  intimate  and  fun  trip  to  the  countryside,  finding  happiness  in  each other's  company  away  from  the  stress  of everyday  living.


 


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In  a  career  first, Ginius  is  currently  the  cover  of  Spotify’s  Equal Afro  playlist  and  was  featured on  a  New  Music  Friday  social post  by  @spotifyafrica.  She  is  also  currently  featured  on  the  African Homepage  of  Apple  Music.  Other  DSP  support  includes  a  New  Music  social post  from  Amazon  Music  UK’s  @plus44uk  and  a  Best  of  New  Music  social post  by  @boomplaygh  in  West  Africa.

 

 

“This  new  project  is  the  ultimate  playlist  for  enjoyment”  says  Ginius.  Describing  her  new  body  of  work  as  a  mix  of  everything  we  crave  as  humans;  good vibes,  success  and  love.  She  takes  the  listener  on  a  journey  through  different  vibes,  with  carefully  curated  sounds  that  appear  to  have  the  makings  of  an  instant  smash  hit.




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