Afrobeats continues to dominate the music scene here in England, and this new one from Mina further proves that point. Mina—if you didn't already know—is a London-based producer whose love of West African rhythms and electronic music has proven to be a hit within the underground. On her latest drop, "Allo", which is a reworking of the "Ringtone Riddim" from debut EP Sentah, we see Mina and remixer Gafacci rope in the lyrical talents of Omo Frenchie—an Afrobeats emcee blowing up the spot—for just under three minutes of fun-loving wordplay. Mina told Complex over email: "'Allo' is a collaboration with two of the most exciting Afrobeats artists that I know. The beat was written in Accra, Ghana, with Gafacci, and then Frenchie recorded his vocal in London. The song had a huge reaction when I played it in my Boiler Room set last year and I've been inundated with messages about it ever since, so I'm excited to finally release it."
Stream "Allo" exclusively below. It's out on Enchufada from Feb. 23.