Tawiah – “FACes” | Music Video


Tawiah has been on a roll with the releases from her forthcoming free LP FREEdom Drop, after bringing up the outstanding visual feast that is “TEARdrop”, followed by a beautiful live cover of Bobby Caldwell’s “Open Your Eyes” the forward thinking singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist unveils the official video for “FACes” in support of International Day for Street Children and Street Child Africa.

The official video for the second single from the new long player was shot in Accra, Ghana by Ghanaian film director, Mantse Aryeequaye who delivers an honest reflection of the authentic way of life in the environment, “FACes is about disconnection and my intention was to draw parallels between the song and the reality of this ‘Circuit City’ and Tawiah’s wandering character within these spaces”.

Speaking on the creation of the visual, Tawiah added “The experience of shooting this video was one that I will never forget. Seeing the children of ‘Circuit City’ was disheartening, yet their strength was inspirational. The video highlights not only the hidden controversy of scrap metal boys but more so the beautiful culture and diverse faces of the Accra community”

Watch the video below…

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FREEdom Drop will be released on April 30th.

The International Day for Street Children campaign aims to give a louder voice to the millions of street children all around the world so that their rights are not ignored. The campaign is led by ‘The Consortium for Street Children’ of which Street Child Africa is a member. Street Child Africa aims to bring awareness to the disadvantaged youth in Africa. Organizations such as Street Child Africa and its sister charities are working to make International Day for Street Children a recognized day on April 12th

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