NEW SONG RELEASE : LERATO AND LERATO REMIX BY FEMI KOYA

NEW SONG RELEASE : LERATO AND LERATO REMIX BY FEMI KOYA

Nothing is going to stop him! Femi Koya is out with his new Single “Lerato”, while we are waiting for his “Village Afrobeat” album due to be released on the 16th April 2018.

“Lerato,” tells the story of a heartbreak, in such a delightful way, that only Femi Koya could do… Femi, a Nigerian guy landed in South Africa with his pockets full of money, sets on his way to Soweto to meet a friend.

On his way through, his journey gets interrupted by the sight of the most beautiful girl he has ever seen, Lerato! Love gets expensive, when Femi, to please Lerato, lavishes all his money on her, offering all he has got, taking her to Paris, London and buying all her heart can desire.

Moral of the story? Money doesn’t buy love; Femi goes broke, Lerato goes missing, leaving Femi in search of Lerato!

With this “post Valentine” track and reality check.  Femi Koya is sure to give us a full taste of the beauty to come with his Album “Village Afrobeat”

“I think the song is catchy and I am one of the nice Lerato out there,” said Lerato Shokane after listening to the song.

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN AND DOWNLOAD “LERATO” AND “LERATO REMIX”

 

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