Afro-house songstress, Niniola has opened the new year by wrapping up her unfinished business of last. To the delight of many, she has finally unveiled the visuals for her 2019 sleeper hit, ‘Omo Rapala‘.
The Adasa Cookey-directed video shows us a day in the life of Omo Rapala, an OG, fashion Icon and happening mama in the hood. The video also features appearances from the original omo rapala, Nigerian Fuji veteran, Obesere.
Enjoy the visuals for the infectious dance number below.
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