Acquillah K’s song Forget You is one of Bulawayo’s best songs of all time. It teaches us one of life’s most crucial lessons: how to let go of one’s past.
It’s more of a breakup song in a manner, encouraging a girl child to stand their ground in such difficult circumstances, where the shadows may be terrible and memories resurface, but at some point, someone has to forget the past and move on. As a result, Acquillah K chose the title “Forget You.”
I’ve had my share of heartbreaks, but believe me when I say that this song is genuine. I simply felt like bringing it up because music is for the people, and I’m sure someone is going through something similar. Aside from that, I’m happily married and the mother of one handsome son,’ Acquillah K revealed.
The video was filmed in Bulawayo and is the 21-year-second old’s after her debut for the song Purple Night, which she released in 2019.
The video, according to Acquillah K, is designed to mark her homecoming after a year away.
“I delved into music after I finished my A-Level when I would sing acapella with my friends,” Acquillah K remarked. My goal is to work as hard as I can and make history in the music industry, as I want to represent Zimbabwe on a global scale.
“I also want to own an orphanage with the goal of identifying and grooming disadvantaged children based on their talents from a young age.
Acquillah K has collaborated with artists such as Bleckhit, Poly Da Nqoe, and Mandie Mae. She released her six-track first EP, Dreams and Fantasies, last year, which featured a blend of Electro Dance Music, Afropop, and RnB. The song “Lobola” featured singer Noluntu J.
The song is one of my favorites, not only because of Acquillah K’s voice and the charming music video but also because it speaks to many aspects of my life. I spend a lot of time berating myself if I fail or encounter a barrier I can’t overcome. But many times, whether it was about school, work, or relationships, I should have learned to go on and sing Forget You.