Fast-Rising Afro-Jazz Singer Nissi Shares The Visuals For “Trouble”

Elle Evans

By Elle Evans

Elle Evans

27 Apr 2020

Fast-rising Afro-Jazz singer and songwriter, Nissi Ogulu, simply known as Nissi has released the anticipated
visuals for one of her most recent singles Trouble taken from her forthcoming EP.

Nissi, the younger sister to the Grammy nominated Nigerian artiste Burna Boy is back with a brand new bop!
Trouble encapsulates blends of Afro-Pop and Dancehall, to deliver an up-tempo, infectious, drum-led genre-bending song laced with Nissi’s velvety vocals. The record is a song of redemption narrated from a feminine point of view, and rebels against any pre-set notions or underestimation of the female gender.

The Alien-directed visual opens up with Nissi, who is followed by “her girls” strutting into a local
neighbourhood bar, immediately becoming the cynosure for all present. In no time, a tussle for her attention begins, affirming her stance as she sings “as soon as the girls organize, it’s trouble,” continuing to sing “if by chance you’re in the way, you will know.”

Watch the visuals for Trouble above.