by: michael eli dokosi /www.blakkpepper.com/ghana                                   

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liwin-mama-bossActor and music man, Nkansah Liwin has teamed up with Young Chorus to offer his latest work ‘Mama Boss Papa’ also referred to as ‘Yimama’.

Video for the song is handled by Steve Gyamfi for his Red Motions Studio and has the ‘Gongongon’ church as the setting.

According to Young Chorus, having landed his lady love, it will be a busy night for Benedicta, Philomena and his dearest Linda.

He stresses no excuses will be countenanced while Liwin the President of Boss Nation makes an entry stating Benedicta’s humongous behind needs to be worked on such that when he concludes the work, she will shed tears of joy.

For Selina and Patricia, he notes he’s still got love for them.

For Mahama, Nana Addo, Ibrahim and Bawumia, he urges them to groove to the tune.

Set in a church, the video opens with Liwin the choir conductor being called upon to unleash his new song whereupon his choir mates take to it amid vigorous dancing.

This video is different, curious but different in that a sexually explicit song is rendered in ‘church’ which sees young energetic lads and damsels wriggle their waist while the elderly refused to be spared.

It’s ‘Yimama’ from Liwin ft. Young Chorus:

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