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Mobolaji – Complicated [Video]

Toronto, ON – T-Dot’s MC-on-the-rise, Mobolaji, just dropped his latest visuals for the track “Complicated.” It all starts off with 20 seconds of Mobolaji crooning an acapella version of the track’s hook.

Yes, Mobolaji pulls double-duty on this joint as an MC and a singer (with a very extensive vocal-range). And then we get into the video. The track was produced by Afolabi “Bamzy” Akinbami. The video was directed by Omar Leslie and edited by Jordan Oram. Check it out.

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It’s complicated. But you probably already figured that. For the first part of the visuals, the screen in split in half: on one side, Mobolaji is fighting with his girl, and he seems generally bummed out on life. On the other side of the screen, Mobolaji is flying solo and dropping his rhymes, sans relationship drama.

At this point, I’m thinking we’re about to get into some serious “99 Problems” single man-with-a-new-lease-on-life territory. But that doesn’t happen. By the end of the video, Mobolaji and his girl back kicking it together. Because it’s complicated like that.

Twitter: @mobolajimusic | @shotbyo | @bamzyempire

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