By Ayo Onikoyi

Glenn Mena pulls down the curtain on this one. He had revealed a behind-the-scene look at the making of the video for “You Better Know That” around January to be his 2020 official kick-off offering, after the contemporary singer / Afropolitan model revealed a dance video for his wrap up freestyle release for 2019 titled “KOLA”.

Akauveh Erumena Glenn, known for his exquisite style and accuracy drops a debut video for the track, ‘You Better Know That (YBKT)’. For Glenn Mena, “the song is just about giving thanks for the journey so far”, he said in an interview with Lambo Xtra. It is coming at a perfect time.

Mena does very well in the song with his lyrical comfort and admirable composure with his playful flow. Edible Elevens who directed the video begins with a beautiful psychologist (Onnie Mashiya, the singer’s bride-to-be, he recently proposed to)  taking notes on Glenn Mena’s mental predicament.

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One thing very noticeable about these visuals is the indoor quality and colours adopted in it. Glenn does really well in being very expressive in his countenances and of course we cannot downplay or ignore the pretty lady dancers that were everywhere in the video.

Edible Elevens does well in the cinematography of this piece as it keeps viewers wanting more and more of the South  African based artiste. Mena takes it really cool as he drops some smooth leg work as the video proceeds.

‘You better know that’ video has the tendency to keep its viewers hooked.

Vanguard

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