The elegant and talented Afro-beat musician Oxlade from Nigeria recently dropped the eagerly awaited song “KU LO SA” as part of “A Colors Show.”
“A Colors Show” is a cutting-edge, artistic music platform that highlights top talent from around the globe. This time, Nigerian Afro-beats singer Oxlade was invited, and he gives a passionate performance of his most recent song, “KU LO SA,” which is likely to become a big hit for the up-and-coming artist.
In a highly competitive and diversified industry, COLORS focuses on the freshest up-and-coming artists and cutting-edge music. Every COLORS concert aims to create a simple, uncluttered stage that puts the performers front and center and gives them uninterrupted time to perform their songs. Following “A Colors Show,” which featured international stars such as Doja Cat, H.E.R., Mahalia, Jorja Smith, Ayra Starr, and others, Oxlade will perform “KU LO SA.” This song follows Ayra Starr’s rendition of “ASE.”
Ku lo sa Meaning Yoruba translation
Ku lo sa is not a Yoruba language and it, therefore, has no Yoruba translation. It’s a misused of an English word closer.