Thr official video for “Ginger” by Wizkid and BurnaBoy is now out and in less than 24hrs of its release, it has already garnered over 820k views. “Ginger” the third single from Wizkid’s “Made in Lagos” which dropped on October last year is an Afropop jam which was charting off the album in the first week of release, peaking at no. 67 on the UK singles chart.
The video shows a vintage car, blocks meticulously arranged which the dancers dance in between, beautiful women draped in various shades of nudes and browns, with black making the occassional appearance as well as Ayo seeds of an Ayo game made from Diamonds. This video was directed by Meji-Alabi. To watch, click here
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