5 October 2012

Nigeria: Mo Easy Drops Ko Soro

Soul Muzik's MO-EAZY has this one on the FUNNY side... Naija Gangnam Style is just a fun video to keep that smile on your face ( Resource: Mo Eazy - Naija Gangnam Style )

After his stunning debut on the nation's music scene with Make Your Move last year, Mo Easy has dropped another single titled, "Ko Soro."

Ko Soro, currently enjoying massive airplay on some local stations in the country, is produced by Soul Muzik. The sensational video opens with Mo Easy himself doing his thing amidst beautiful ladies adorned in air-force apparels.

Strategic moves continues all through the video, passing across a message of a real music player, a mind controller who has come to stay in the Nigerian stage.

And then having won the battle of launching himself into our hearts, he throws a champagne party celebrating his victory.

Mo Easy stepped on the Nigerian soil for the first time in 2011. His first point of call was Abuja, and then, Lagos where he attended the HipTV Award nominees party with the 2011 Five Award Nominee Artist, Darey Art Alade. His first debut single was Make Your Move, making an outstanding follow up with Ko Soro.

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