Inside a small restaurant, a mix of the latest American pop and rap—clearly enjoyed by diners—is playing on a radio. The song, currently a hit in Nigeria and across Africa, awakens thoughts of home; they cannot stop smiling at the pleasant surprise. They are visiting Belgium as part of a tour of European countries and their cultural landmarks. A week earlier, barely two months after its release, the eye-popping video of the song had been viewed on YouTube more than 10 million times—and counting. For Mr. It reflects the greater reach of a new generation of Nigerian artists.
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Expectedly, so does the video, directed by the sought after TG Omori. The video, directed by Aje Films, plays to this, showing scenes where L. X and 2Baba are being punished for their promiscuity. And on its Dan Mbo—directed video, that is captured in beautiful scenes of dance and activity. Co-written by Adekunle Gold, it was a promise of love, one Davido has been known to dabble in over the years. On the visuals by Director K of said song, an outdoor wedding scene is invoked in beautiful colors and African styled designs. A searing song hitting the streets, the videos of the song led by Zanku progenitor Zlatan Ibile by Visionary Pictures includes a lot of dancing and yellow danfo buses which casts the scene of the typical Lagos day in all its craze. Mail Link. Link successfully copied. These are the Nigerian music videos we loved in March — in no particular order — which saw minimal output by way of visuals due to the Covid pandemic.
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