After kicking off the countdown for his second solo album ’40 Acres N Sum Mula’ with Farhot (Isaiah Rashad, Nneka) produced anthem ‘Babylon’, Berlin based JuJu Rogers releases ‘Follow Me’. The second single taken from his upcoming LP is an energetic and fierce rap track playing with the bittersweet temptations JuJu Rogers sees himself confronted with as an up-and-coming rapper. ‘Follow Me’ drops on September 6th via Jakarta Records with accompanying visuals directed by Ante Milio.
The song is split in two parts – good vs evil – and was produced by Modha, The Kii and Crada (Drake, Kid Cudi). “The idea behind the song is clearly the dualistic temptation of good vs evil. I feel like I am at a stage in my career, where I continually have to make decisions between the two. Especially when you’re in a phase of weakness or feel insecure material things and a certain lifestyle can be tempting. That’s what I tried to show in ‘Follow Me’: Sheytan trying to seduce JuJu and showing how easy it could be vs. God/Allah, who responds in the second part and puts a twist on the plot.” – JuJu Rogers