Barely a week after the release of his sophomore “Free” EP, Nonso Amadi has unveiled the video for ‘Go Outside‘, one of the songs off the 6-track project. This chilled number that guests an appearance from one of Nigeria’s biggest exports, Mr. Eazi, finds both acts highlighting some of the perks of their celebrity status, thereby painting themselves as the ladies-magnet.
The Mollana Burke-directed video opens with Nonso Amadi moving on to his love interest while grocery shopping. The video follows their young romance, occasionally showing clips of the singer and Mr. Eazi cruising and having fun around the city.
Enjoy the video above.
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