Brizz Aviour’s Doo defines month of love
As we round off the love month – February, Brizz Aviour’s new release, Doo has been serenading especially young people with his message of love, affection and good vibes.
A MMAC Entertainment production, shot by Monochrome studios, Brizz’s latest video single, is an offshoot of the song released as part of his EP in November, 2022.
Set on a plain white background with an overhead mic, the video gives a passionate vibe as he delivers his lyrics.
The lyrics which comes in a rhythmic pattern, sees Brizz Aviour describe a lady’s love, affection and how she makes him feel.
‘…Fall for me, I go catch you, e dey do me like I wanna marry, me and you we gat to hurry, so if na movie make we act part 2…’ These were a few of his words as he ardently reel out the lyrics with sync in words describing the season, atmosphere and mood – Valentine’s month.
The Benue born, artiste, of Tiv ancestry puts his locality in the limelight with, ‘Doo’ which means Beautiful in his dialect, as it is used to describe a loved one.
His texture of music and delivery is relatable for young people, which are evident in his other singles, Working and Your Body (in collaboration with FreeLance Free and Byrd Supreme). With his style of delivery, it is reminiscent of young, Wizkid.
Born Michael Saviour Oryiman, Brizz is a budding singer, songwriter and aspiring record producer. He constantly blends Afrobeats fused with elements of R and B, Global Pop Music and Trap Music, to achieve what he terms, AfroSwing.
Listen to Doo, https://youtu.be/leJ4dQxehuI