Music From The Diaspora:- Laolu NYC's "Mama Africa" Music Video is Visually Rich!

Laolu 'NYC' Senbanjo, the mysterious body painter behind Beyonce's 'LEMONADE' is an Afromysterics artiste and Pioneer of the Afrofuturism movement. Laolu is a Pan-African visual and music artiste whose vision and passion for 'African Tradition' inspires all who come across this young Pan-African leader. His body painting artworks which he calls the "Sacred Art of the Ori" is inspired by ancient spiritual Yoruba rituals. And if you were wondering, "Ori" literally means your "soul - essence - destiny".

Beyoncé’s "LEMONADE" Body Art was painted by Laolu 'NYC' Senbanjo

Beyoncé’s "LEMONADE" Body Art was painted by Laolu 'NYC' Senbanjo

His latest music release "Mama Africa" is an artistically rich visual which celebrates the majestic Yoruba culture and traditions. The fashion is ON POINT! The body art is 100...and most fascinatingly, his lyrical game is ON FIRE!!! Fusing urban sounds, Yoruba adages and sleek/sick flows, Laolu proves once again to be one of Africa's leading young-bright talents impacting the world through art, music, fashion and entrepreneurship. Watch Laolu NYC's smashing new music video "Mama Africa" and join the celebration of this 21st Century Pan-African Youth.

New York-based Nigerian artist Laolu Senbanjo, known for his “Afromysterics” style, got his work featured in Nike.
— CNN
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