The Amazon Music ‘Unique Orchestrations’ playlist on YouTube has racked up 43 million views as Afrobeats star Davido joins the collection. Right here’s the most recent.
Amazon created the ‘Unique Orchestrations’ as a solution to promote Amazon Music with unique tracks from scorching artists. Amazon says it took Davido out of the recording studio and into the enduring Chiswick Home Conservatory for this recording. “Accompanied by the unique African orchestration and musicians, together with The Compozers and Balimaya Challenge, the gorgeous glass construction was reworked with boldly coloured drapes and materials to match the celebratory and joyous nature of the observe,” the corporate shares.
“Showcasing the area and musicians in a single gorgeous and constant evolving digital camera transfer, the video was captured utilizing an intricately choreographed one-shot method. The video will likely be accessible to observe on the Amazon Music app and Davido’s YouTube channel.” The video for ‘FEEL’ will launch on October 27.
“‘FEEL’ is a track which means a lot to me and actually represents honorable love,” Davido says concerning the video. “When Amazon requested me to come back in as the primary African artist to be part of this collection, I used to be excited and wished to problem myself to take issues to new heights with a model new association.”
“It was wonderful attending to work with my brothers the Compozers, and this proficient group of musicians, singers, and risks—being at AIR studios and dealing with the Amazon music group was a privilege—I can’t await you all to expertise the magical observe and music video that we created.”
The observe pushes the boundaries of the Amazon Unique Orchestrations program, produced in collaboration with Davido, The Compozers, and Balimaya Challenge, who’re recognized for bridging West African folkloric Mandé music along with jazz and the songs of Black London. They had been accompanied by a full orchestra and a 36-piece choir, mixing a traditional orchestration method with wealthy African instrumentation and traditions.