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Friday, 5 January 2018

MUSIC VIDEO: Komo - Pull Up (Remix) Ft. Double S x EazyMan x Six4 x Klayz (Prod. Ayo Beatz) | @KomoOfficial




Komo enters 2018 with a BANG, just after completing a radio tour for his latest single release ‘Pull Up’ in 2017, which has received constant airplay & play-listing on popular London radio stations, and playlist placements on Spotify & Apple Music. Komo continues to display his consistency as he unveils an energetic Remix music video for his ‘Pull Up’ single, featuring the Grime Flow Farda emcee Double S, as well as noteworthy South Londoner rapper EazyMan, including North London’s very own Six4 & Klayz, premiered exclusively on LinkUpTV.


Since the remix audio release in mid-December 2017; it has received radio support from DJ Target on BBC 1Xtra, continuous airplay on Radar Radio, The Beat London and more, furthermore securing a placement on Apple Music’s Afro Swing playlist.


Currently working on some new music with the highly sought-after artist & producer Ayo Beatz, expect more exciting projects and visuals from Komo in 2018, as he prepares to release his first ever EP this year.


Komo is a London-based, British Afrocentric recording artist and performer, originally from Lagos, Nigeria. He started his professional music career in early 2013, with the release of his first official single entitled ‘African Woman’ premiered on VOX AFRICA TV - which was adopted by many dancers on Youtube, fitness devotee’s and overall amassed a million+ views across video social platforms. Since then, Komo has released & worked on numerous projects and features which received rave reviews. The once upon a time MTV ‘Bedroom Diaries’ & BBC ‘Broken Society’ TV personality has come a long way; he has since performed live at the prestigious JAZZ CAFÉ CAMDEN, INDIGO O2 & much more in front of thousands. Komo’s sound is colourful, energetic, and extraordinarily difficult not to move your body to. His mission is to bring life and energy to Afro-Swing, Afrobeats, and the Afro-pop movement.