Kent-raised vocalist Tamera has accompanied the release of her debut EP with a new set of visuals for her smooth track, “Good Love” with Nigeria’s Tay Iwar.
This intercontinental collaboration is the perfect track for cuffing season and hears the two artists trade melodies and warming lyrics over P2J’s silky production. Directed by Helena Coan, the visuals are colourful and go hand in hand with the vibrant nature of the track.
The video for “Good Love” has arrived to coincide with the release of Tamera’s Afrodite EP which is entirely produced by P2J and is out today.
“Afrodite stems from the word ‘Aphrodite’ who is the Goddess of love, beauty, pleasure and passion in Greek mythology,” Tamera explains. “It’s such a fitting title as my project was born from passion, love and female/goddess energy it’s also a subtle nod to my Greek heritage.
“I used the spelling “Afrodite” instead of the original spelling because I’m also an African woman and predominant sonics of the project are heavily influenced by African culture.”
After you’ve seen the video for “Good Love” above, take in Afrodite in full below!