Apr 5, 2012, 1:55 PM
Gambia’s upcoming Afro-beat artiste group, has released a video on their latest
track entitled “Kokom”, meaning marry me.
Alieu Kolley alias T-Bery explained that the video depicts a girl and a boy in love, and they don’t want to lose each other.
“That brought the track ‘marry me’,” he said.
Abullah Badjan alias Jola Boy also a member of Nobles said they started music in 2013.
He added: “We are doing African music, as we were brought up in a music community, but with different genre. Our messages are about love, and we solely advocate peace within Africa.
“We believe music is peace, and it can inculcate peace in the minds of all,” he added.
Saidou Mballow alias AYA said their music represents African cultural values to be exposed to the world.
We have released two songs so far entitled “Jilewom” meaning clap for me, and “Kokom” produced by JLIVE Music,” he said. We are working on more songs in the pipeline.
You can access Nobles latest video on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmkFMccV0lg