Mukhy Showcases The “Posh Life” In New Visuals

Mukhy is unveiling his talents all the way from the UK and bringing his talents worldwide. This exciting new West London artist is undoubtedly someone to watch out for this year. “Posh Life,” which is taken from Mukhy’s upcoming sophomore EP, Kid Reborn, is powered by a groovy UK afroswing production. In addition to Mukhy’s braggadocious rap verses and addictive sing-along chorus. Fans even get to enjoy the smooth R&B-esque bridge from Nigerian crooners Babbz and Sasuk3.

London’s Latest In The Limelight By Way Of Lagos

By way of London, Mukhy was born in Lagos and prior to the pandemic, he appeared to be content with his life as a city investment banker. Mukhy was born in Lagos and raised in London, and prior to the pandemic, he appeared to be content with his life as a city investment banker. However, the lockdown forced him to reconsider what truly brought him joy. As a result, he left his bank job and returned to his first love – music.

Following the success of his debut EP, Posh Nation, which put him on the map across West Africa, Mukhy has no desire to stop. Now, he is excited to kick off his 2022 with the infectious music video for his new single. As he prepares to release his sophomore project in the spring, up-and-coming British Nigerian afro fusion artist Mukhy is here to unveil the visuals for his new trendy track. Additionally, the blended sounds of Muhky and budding Nigerian crooners Babbz and Sasuk3 create an enthralling listen on the Ransom Beatz-produced record. 


What’s The “Posh Life”?

“Posh Life” has all the makings of a massive offering. From the groovy UK afroswing production to Mukhy’s commanding lyricism to the catchy sing-along chorus and smooth R&B-esque bridge. The fast-paced Afropop single highlights the advantages of living a happy, stress-free life. For them, a great lifestyle involves partying with attractive women, getting wasted with friends, and stacking their paper as young artists on the verge of a career.

Nonetheless, the captivating track is accompanied by a cinematic music video shot in three different countries. The track’s vibrant nature of living life to the fullest as they live a posh life is seamlessly matched by the Nosachhi-directed cut msuic video. As a result, the video shows all three artists having the time of their lives. Living it up at a house party and on a yacht, complete with women and drinks. The atmosphere remains vibrant and exciting throughout.

The lively and vibrant visuals do great at bringing the already addictive record to life. Making for a highly recommended viewing. Especially when the captivating content is directed by Nigerian filmmaker and photographer Nosachii. Whose previous credits include working with Davido, Omah Lay, and Blaqbonez, among others. 

Mukhy Reflects On The Inspiration Behind “Posh Life”

Speaking about the inspiration for ‘Posh Life’, Mukhy goes on to say:

I recorded ‘Posh Life’ after an ex attempted to make me feel jealous. I don’t really emit that type of energy, so instead I walked up to the guy next to her and said the opening line. ‘See the gyal on your shoulder, that’s my old spice’. Safe to say he did not take it well. The braggadocious feeling stuck with me when I got to the studio. So ‘Posh Life’ was the result of that session. Essentially though, ‘Posh Life’ is all about having a good time and living a good life, staying away from envy, bad vibes and negative energy, and exuding positivity”.

In the midst of the pandemic, he began producing songs, incorporating afrobeats, UK rap, and R&B cache to tremendous success. Now, with a well-received EP under his belt and another on the way this year on the heels of “Posh Life”; the rest is history, as they say. His fresh new release serves as an invitation to all of us. To join him in living the good life this year! Don’t believe me? Press play on the visuals here! Lastly, let us know what you think here at KAZI Magazine


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