Watch: AKUA’s Beautifully Morbid Video for “One’s Company”

AKUA's Official Music Video for "One's Company"

AKUA’s Official Music Video for “One’s Company”

Filmed in and around Harlem’s Owens Funeral Home and iconic Malcolm X Boulevard, the visuals for AKUA‘s One’s Company are quite lovely, albeit haunting.

Helmed by her brother Kofi Carson, the dusky clip is “a metaphor for the death of a relationship,” the Ghanaian-Canadian singer told Noisey.

“It’s about death and rebirth, and that’s where the whole thing is kind of a loose metaphor. And it’s also about exploring the idea of ‘one’s company’ – a kind of slogan for independence. But then it’s like, I’m not sure how comfortable I am staying behind that mantra. Who wants to die alone? Who wants to end up alone?”

The loner’s anthem appears on the dark electro-soul songstress’ debut EP of the same name, which released in June 2013 (iTunes / Amazon MP3). Enjoy the video for “One’s Company” below, as well as a stream of the full EP.


Watch: AKUA – “One’s Company” Official Music Video

Watch: AKUA – “One’s Company” Behind The Scenes Video



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