Today (Nov. 30), Stefflon Don teams up with Afrobeats star Midas the Jagaban for an infectious offering dubbed “Toxic Love,” a record produced by Rexxie Pon Da Beat that sees the artists boast of their achievements and uses the title to suggest some unhealthy lovemaking, as follows:
The highlight of Stefflon and Midas’ latest release is the accompanying video, which was directed by Luke Biggins, who tragically passed away last month (the cause of his death has not been revealed). In the video, viewers watch a breathtaking Stefflon perform some difficult choreography alongside fellow dancers, as Midas joins in on the party and a man plays an African drum in the dark.
Aside from promoting “Toxic Love,” Stefflon also took to social media to express her adoration and gratitude for the song and visual, paying tribute to Biggins while praising the entire team:
She previously released a project called Secure in 2005 that also featured Future, Tiggs da Fekky, Ebenezer, Haile, Sean Paul, Author, Sizzla, Popcaan, and DJ Khaled. The British star has since released multiple loose singles and collaborations, including “Phone Down “Don Walk,”” Lil Baby, “Take Off” Kojo Funds, “Boasty” Paul, Wiley, and Idris Elba, “How It’s Done” “Hit Me Up,” Kash Doll, “Can’t Let You Go,” “Move,” and “Dip” Ms Banks are signs that a following may be on the way.