Manchester Afro trap singer Prido linked up with rapper Tantzz aka ‘Big Belly Tanto’ for track Dunya. Prido explains “the song highlights the day to day hardships of young minorities living in deprived areas in Manchester/UK on a full scale. Without qualifications and jobs, a lot of the youth tend to hustle on the streets by selling drugs and committing petty crimes as a means to provide for families or themselves and this in turn places them in harsh environments where crime becomes a norm.

The video shows a normal looking area “block” where everything happens from kids playing to people getting kidnaped. So the message behind this track is to basically advise young adults to refrain from such activities and aim for a more positive means of life.”

Watch the wavy visuals above, subscribe to his VEVO channel and stream the track below.