Rapper S.O along with Paola Mathé & Fanm Djanm creates visuals to the culturally sensitive, thought-provoking track Headwrap Diaries. Straight off the album Augustines Legacy.
We catch up with the prolific rapper S.O. Seun Otukpe in full, a Christian hip hop musician, based in Texas, who moved to London from Nigeria at 9 years old. He has released over 4 albums and gained notice in CHH as a forerunner and maverick.
S.O. drops visuals to ‘BOAST’ off his latest project ‘Shine EP’. The veteran artist has kept us suspended to what was coming next after a low key 2018. However, after the Shine EP dropped as a taster for September, we can only brim with anticipation what he will bring out.
S.O. drops a smooth track ‘Be Mine’, which rings with maturity and swag. The video is a mono-shot done with a classy perspective of beauty and elegance. It’s a simple display, but in some way personifies the desires from the lyrics towards engagement or marriage, something to be celebrated and encouraged.
Where Would I Be? (feat. Dru Bex) – Single by S.O.
S.O. releases a new track “Where Would I Be ft. Dru Bex”. It seems like he is releasing a new track every month. This track is a strong one as it highlights the dependency that S.O. has on God, referencing to many things in his life that wouldn’t be if it were not for Christ.
“Parkers Verse” by Rapper S.O.
Sampling The Korgiz’s Everybody’s gotta learn sometime in latest track Parkers Verse; It’s clear S.O. has developed heaps since the days of “Sure Thing”. Video director James Knoruka does a fantastic job creating a feature film-esque opening.