Friday, 10 July 2020 19:46

Nana Adjoa connects with her Ghanaian roots in MV to "No Room"

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Dutch-Ghanaian singer-songwriter Nana Adjoa is releasing her latest single and MV entitled “No Room” via Bloomer Records.


The video is created by creative director Rudy Aslbey and Robbert Doelwilt Jr. Aslbey explains how the vision was “to bring Nana’s duality in culture and music together. Her name stands for so much more in Ghanaian culture, in this video, we see more of her Ghanaian culture and a journey to finding herself.” The MV shows Oware, a family strategy board game played in Ghana and is filled with Ghanaian cultural symbols.



No Room” is an intimate song that deals with the concept of small talk. Layering in metaphoric peals of sounds to the airy melody further gives listeners a larger idea of idle chatter. The music is very evocative and dynamic filled with sounds of the acoustic guitar with the sound of airy synths and intermittently the cadence of hand claps that represent “the noise that somebody makes when they’re talking to you, but not really saying anything,” Adjoa candidly says.


The video is the second in a trilogy created by Aslbey, which includes previous single “She’s Stronger” and the upcoming single “National Song.”


“No Room” is taken from her upcoming debut album, Big Dreaming Ants, set for release September 24th.



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