Moor Sound Preaches Consent In New Obaasima Pt. 2 Music Video

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image via Twitter//@SoundPlugg music video for Obaasima Pt.2

After releasing his first number one album, “Here For A Good Time Not A Long Time” with La Même Gang’s Kiddblack in April last year, the genre-bending DJ & producer, Isaac Bempong known as Moor Sound, has released visuals for his new single, “Obaasima Pt.2” featuring $pacely, BuMan and Yaa Pono.

The song is off his recently released debut album, “Summertime Sound” .

Obaasima Pt. 2’s visuals represent an embodiment of what summer is genuinely about: feeling good, enjoying cold drinks and hanging out with friends. The Sunset Radio SP directed visuals show Moor Sound, $pacely and Yaa Pono having fun and just exuding good vibes on the beautiful shores of the beach. 

image via YouTube video for Obaasima Pt.2

The mellow yet danceable tune praises the beauty of an African woman while emphasising the need for consent. The video highlights this by presenting each artiste in numerous instances with attractive women who disappear once an attempt to ‘touch’ them is made.

This is Moor Sound’s contribution to enlightening people on the importance of consent no matter how striking someone may look and how they make you feel.

image via YouTube video for Obaasima Pt.2


The past year has been fast-paced for Moor Sound as a producer. After the success of “Here for A Good Time Not A Long Time” with Kiddblack, he’s gone on to produce for big-name Ghanaian artistes like Gasmilla, Magnom, Jayso & B4bonah. He’s released four collaboration mixtapes with several talented artistes under his own name and his consistency, as well as his evident skill for producing amazing music, has helped him build and increase his own fanbase as well as being shortlisted as a 2020 Emerger by Kuulpeeps.com.

Deviating from his usual trap sound, Moor Sound hopes to bring not only the Ghanaian vibe with Obaasima Pt 2 but also, the all year long Ghanaian summer feel to the listener. 

Inspired by the likes of Diplo, Black Coffee, DJ Maphorisa, DJ Juls, GuiltyBeatz & EKelly, Moor Sound captures aspects from his inspirations to create his own variations of the west African afrobeat sound.

Watch the fun music video here:

Source: Kuulpeeps

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