Kodak Black is just vibing and he’s just thrilling himself to some Afrobeats, and not just anyone’s but the best Nigerian to ever do it in the early 2000s – it’s 2Face Idibia‘s ‘African Queen.’
American rapper, Kodak Black may not be ignorant to African songs after all; born to Haitian parents, Kodak, is a cultural observator.
Earlier in May, 2021, he released the ‘Haitian Boy Kodak’ mixtape dedicated to his Hatian heritage. In the latest viral video to surface online, Kodak Black is spotted in an African print, and in a singalong mood while he thrills himself to 2Face’s 2004 megahit ‘African Queen’.
In 2004, Idibia under the freshly-minted stage name 2Face released the album ‘Face 2 Face’ on the Kennis Music label. With this album he was let loose on musical entertainment within and far beyond Nigeria.
Thanks to a comprehensive marketing strategy by Kennis Music, the album sold in millions. With such household tracks as ‘African Queen’ and ‘Mfina Ibagha’ it presents quintessential Idibia which left his most enthusiastic fans begging for more.
‘African Queen’ was a mega hit.
Hit play to watch Kodak Black having fun and singing ‘African Queen’.
— GhKings (@GhKings) September 13, 2021