Well look what we have here. Veetaedo is finally ready to serve us the official prelude to his rampage this coming festive season. On this single dropping on the 3rd of August, the musician summons fellow multi-talented creative – Young A.mo, who he also featured on Golide, and the two goes hard for that Bando.
Bando is a term now generally used to refer to a house but was originally used in the hood to refer to an abandoned house. The song, produced by Veetaedo himself, plays on this in a slightly abstract manner, appealing more to the hustlers in the streets and “come ups” not taking a day off till that Bando is built.
From a conversation with Veetaedo, the message in this song is that it matters not where you come from – it’s about the grand price we want in the future. Taedo and A.mo foresee themselves hitting their pinnacles, transforming all their misfortune bandos to fortune mansions through their hard work.
A couple of singles featuring Veetaedo, namely, DJ Abza’s Golide (featuring Young A.mo) released in 2017 as well as Washa (featuring Teggo and Black Taj) have recently gone to enjoy some airplay on Channel O and MTV and Veetaedo is hoping for the same, if not, greater on this new record.
Earlier this month Veetaedo dropped a surprise song titled Hamba Juba where he introduced his new sound for the festive season and the heat surely left the fans highly anticipating the “all-things Veetaedo festive season”.
Veetaedo has promised us visuals for both Hamba Juba and Bando with the shooting for the Bando music video commencing in August 2018.
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