Dice Ailes Releases Visuals For Track ‘Hold Me,’ Which Features Tiwa Savage
The music video for Afro-Pop phenomenon Dice Ailes’ smash hit song “Hold Me,” in which he collaborates with Afrobeats Superstar Tiwa Savage, has been released.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Dice Ailes’ debut EP, “Ladies First,” contains the song “Hold Me.” His debut body of work, which was well welcomed by fans and industry insiders, was anticipated after the publication of the tune. In order to enhance Dice’s brash and suave vocals on the song’s Caribbean vibe, Tiwa Savage was brought on as a collaborator. She turned on her Contralto harmonies.
Although the song has remained a fan favorite since it was released, speculation can now be put to rest as the talented duo of Dice and Tiwa have finally teamed up to deliver an electrifying, sensational video for the song. The video was shot in a Toronto suburb under the direction of Dice Ailes and Eniola Yussuf.
The video will also commemorate recent victories for Dice as the year comes to a close and will mark the beginning of the month of ember, which is known for its many celebrations. Maintain a close eye on this page for more Dice Ailes updates.
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