Moncliche & Omaremii Assist Borelson To Dish Out “411”
Gabonese-Congolese musician, Borelson has finally come forth with this new song he calls “411” and he features Omaremii and Moncliche.
He raps about the need for transparency in all relationships with his two counterparts who deliver delicate afro rap inclinations and afrobeats flair to the music.
Borelson is steadily winning over admirers all over the world thanks to his exceptional talent for fusing rhythms in a way that creates music that resonates with listeners from various backgrounds.
They keep demonstrating their talent for producing sounds that cut across genres while yet captivating listeners which is very impressive.
The song is so infectious and full of groove and energy that it will undoubtedly suit your taste in fantastic music.
It comes along with a music video that beautifully captures the tone of the song; we see the trio enjoying their progress in a lively, vivid environment.
An afrofuturist transdisciplinary artist from Toronto, Borelson. After growing up bilingual in central Africa (Gabon, Congo), he spent some time there before migrating on his own to Canada.
His style of music primarily incorporates hip-hop while also incorporating other musical talents. You should check out other great songs from him.