Mighty Koba x Jaey London Release New Rap Track ‘2 Many’

Mighty Koba channels the best of the 2000s with his new single, ‘2 Many’, featuring Jaey London.

The infectious track, ‘2 Many’ is the new release from up-and-coming afro-fusion star Mighty Koba. Born as Ernest Nguatem in Cameroon, Africa, Mighty Koba now lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Music has always been a major player in his life, and he initially discovered his passion for music through dance, looking up to the likes of Michael Jackson from his earliest days. Dancing plays a huge role in Mighty Koba’s creative process, and he puts the choreography before all the other parts, including songwriting and singing.

Mighty Koba’s new single, ‘2 Many’, which features Jaey London (Justin Onyewuchi), serves as a showcase for all that makes his art unique. Jaey London produced the track, shining the light on Mighty Koba as he makes his way to his rightful position as a star.

The video for ‘2 Many’, produced by ZULUXL, explores what happens when, rather than a woman being objectified by a man, the reverse happens. The clip is set in the aftermath of a steamy nightclub encounter, starting with ladies checking out the talent as he walks in; “they just want to feel my body”. Mighty Koba strips his shirt off to reveal mighty abs, and don’t the ladies love it! It’s an interesting turn around; while objectification isn’t something that we support, it’s a refreshing take.

Mighty Koba’s moves on the dance floor show a clear homage to MJ, as he dances with the ladies in perfect formation. The afro-beat rhythms are smooth and compelling, making ‘2 Many’ a track that definitely deserves a few more hits of the play button.

You can check out Mighty Koba and his music online on Instagram, and TikTok. Move your body to the beats while watching the video for ‘2 Many’ below.

Mighty Koba - 2 MANY feat. Jaey London (Official Music Video)

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