New Video: A Song For Nigeria! Watch Jojo – Let’s Dance

Greek Nigerian Pop singer/songwriter, Jojo (formerly known as Joanne) first came into the limelight about twelve years ago for her critically acclaimed debut album, the Carl Raccah-produced “Sahara Nights” album.

Now, under her new record label Heavy Tunez Recordsshe’s back with an Afro-Pop/Dance track “Let’s Dance” which as much as it can make you move your feet, calls for Nigerian unity and exudes a strong ethos of positivity and togetherness despite the situation in Nigeria.

“Let’s Dance” was produced by Heavy Tunez Records’ in-house producer, Shizzi.

Check on it!

3 Comments on New Video: A Song For Nigeria! Watch Jojo – Let’s Dance
  • JJ October 31, 2012 at 11:12 pm

    My country NIGERIYOO *in Jojo’s voice* This song sha.
    The message of this song is positive but the use of auto tune is annoying. What the eff is wrong with these Nigerian female singers? They are weird, uninspiring, and boring. I love Tiwa but she shouldn’t be the only working/successful Nigerian female artiste. I believe there is enough room for more females in the music industry.

  • Kikky October 31, 2012 at 11:15 pm

    ummm…. ok… we hv heard…. Next

  • temi November 1, 2012 at 11:07 am

    this song is sooo CAF, African Cup of Nation cup, abi world cup song. I think she shud push for that. Not bad at all.

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