King Riley Doesn’t Need To Do Anything For ‘Clout’ But That’s The Name Of His New Single

If there’s anything King Riley doesn’t have to do, it’s chase clout. The singer songwriter, who’s inspired by the rich musical influences of Nigerian Afro-beat, follows up his recent release, ‘Substance’, with new single, ‘Clout’.

The new single, which features the smoky-voiced Salt, taps into King Riley’s spicy side, with his lusty verses that tend on the racy side. Beat heavy, the track is slow, seductive, and flirty, while the music video sees King Riley and Salt getting close to some beautiful models, under neon lights. We can’t see all that’s going on, but it’s fodder for the imagination.

The Afro-beats of ‘Clout’ combine well with King Riley and Salt’s vocals, and the pair’s harmonising is so beautifully well done that we hope they collaborate again in the future.

Watch the video for ‘Clout’ below and follow King Riley online on Twitter, and Instagram.

King Riley feat. Salt - Clout (Official Music Video)

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