March Along by Victoria Kimani | Victoria Seeks To Empower Young Women With This Reggae Track


She is ranked as one of the best female artists in Eastern Africa, a title that is so not easy to maintain but to her this is done swiftly by releasing hit after hit.

Victoria Kimani unveiled her debut album “Safari” last year which was received with open arms by both fans and critics. The album also had some major features on it, from Phyno, Sarkodie and even our very own King Kaka has seen visuals to its singles being unveiled slowly.

Unveiling his latest music video for the single “March Along” off her debut album “Safari”.

“March Along” is a reggae song telling the story of a 15 year old girl whose mum is a dancehall dancer and the dad a thief, her life is hard and she faces hard obstacles daily. Victoria uses her story in this song seeking to empower young women in a positive way in their daily lives.

“And then one day I realized who I am, and that these young girls are watching, In need of a positive female figure in their lives, A vision of Hope, a reflection of themselves in another light, It was that day I realized That I am those girls, also hoping for better days! So to my girls …. the path of those who are called to greatness but surrounded by fuckery…like us, is narrow…baby girl…Put on your Big Girl Shoes and MARCH ALONG as we do! Never conform!” Victoria said.

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Produced by Chocolate City the song’s visuals were directed by Chocolate City.Watch it below and share with us your thoughts on this one, enjoy.