Just a day before unveiling the visuals to her latest single, ‘Love Fumes‘, Preyé has finally released the long-awaited video for her Benny Que-produced poignant record, ‘Cookies‘, almost a year after its initial release. This beautiful video is produced and directed by Joshua Ahazie while edited by a duo of Uche Ezeoke & Onome Egba.
Spanning less than two minutes, the video follows a couple who seem to be going through a rough patch. The video ends right where it begins: Preye in her car in front of their home, presumably leaving and moving on as she sings “Don’t look at me like I owe you something.”
Enjoy the video above and let us know what you think.
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