Ghanaian Afrobeats Artist and producer, Zanli has put together a masterpiece dubbed ‘Lock Down.’
Music is often called the universal language. African artists are finding that, when trying to spread lifesaving information about the coronavirus pandemic, it helps to have a catchy beat.
Across the continent, musicians are recording songs about social distancing, spotting symptoms, and, of course, washing hands. It’s all part of an effort to get vital information about disease prevention to people who might not get it otherwise.
Ghanaian Afrobeats Artist, David Kofi Aduteye is widely known as Zanli starts with cautionary advice. “The virus is still in the air, stay safe and wash your hands regularly.” he sings.
Watch Zanli ‘Lock Down’ produced by BeatzDakay.