Connect with us

People & Lifestyle

Dreamville’s Bas Releases “Khartoum” Feat. Adekunle Gold



Dreamville rapper and global star, Bas has released his newest single “Khartoum” featuring acclaimed Nigerian artist Adekunle Gold LISTEN HERE. Bas, who is of Sudanese descent, rushed to release the song to highlight the ongoing conflict in his ancestral homeland, Sudan, while bringing about attention to plight across the globe currently. Speaking on the release, Bas shares… “’Khartoum’ is more than a song; it’s a message, a call to action, and a plea for global awareness.”
Often left out of the news narrative, Bas wrote “Khartoum” to spotlight the current Sudanese civil war and the displacement of over five million Sudanese people. On the track, Bas masterfully raps about his inner conflict and reflects on his diaspora experience while pledging to do better — a theme consistent with the title of his newest album — We Only Talk About Real Shit When We’re Fucked Up — out later this year.
Listen to “Khartoum” by Bas featuring Adekunle Gold here:
The song arrived with an official music video that depicts Bas’ trip back home, featuring a cast of relatives, family friends and scenes from everyday life of his hometown. The clips are taken from a longer form film that Bas is working on to highlight his hometown and stories from the perspective of being a child of the diaspora. Watch “Khartoum” video above or here:
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You want to bet with the best odds on every football match? shows you the highest odds for all important games.