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Berhana Struggles With The Trappings Of Success In 'Wildin"

The eclectic R&B singer challenges others to examine how they define success in his latest video, premiered by NPR Music.
"There's a lot of things around success that can distract you and you forget what it is you're even doing this for," Atlanta singer Berhana says. Source: Will Azcona

Success is relative. And for Berhana, the gluttonous trappings of music success don't actually make you happy once you get them. The Atlanta upstart premieres the song and music video for "Wildin'" on

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