Vicky Sola Drops an Amapiano Song Titled ‘Kuro’

10th May 2021

Vicky Sola is back again with her 3rd single of the year ‘Kuro’. A self-produced Amapiano South African sound infused with Yoruba from her Nigerian heritage. The word ‘Kuro’ means Break free/move out the way in Yoruba and ‘Ma Dami Duro’ means ‘Don’t stop me’. This track is all about getting your freedom and not allowing anyone or anything to hold you back from moving forward.

London, UK based Afrofusion singer, songwriter, performer and producer Vicky Sola music is best described as an excellent blend of her unique British slant of R&B, pop and soul music, with the Afrobeats sound and sensibilities of her Nigerian heritage. She is definitely the one to watch this year! 

The track “Kuro” produced by Vicky Sola will be available on Spotify, Amazon, iTunes, Boomplay, and all the rest of the major music download online sites.

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A lifelong performer Vicky Sola first began singing in her church choir at the young age of 11, quickly followed by taking up dance at 13. She hasn’t looked back since, and has brought both arts to a level that is certain to attract international attention. The rising star has performed to arena crowds and O2 Academy platforms, supporting artists like Akon, the legendary Nigerian singer 2Baba (who has also performed as 2face Idibia) and many more, with unparalleled enthusiasm.

Connect with Vicky Sola on social media at:
Twitter: @ThisIsVickySola 
Instagram: @ThisIsVickySola
Facebook: VickySola 
Soundcloud: VickySola

Written by Ivor Moyo

Social media maven. Team Member @ Checkoutafrica

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