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Thanks To The Rain, Ladipoe Meets Soulmate In The Video For ‘Know You’

Just a few moments after joining Johnny Drille on his online live show, Ladipoe has finally unveiled the visuals for his Simi-assisted hit record, ‘Know You’.

Over the soft and chilled Somi Jones production, ‘Ladipoe and Simi tell an all too familiar tale of the talking stage. One of a guy and girl starting to feel drawn to one another but have to take things slower than they’d have loved to because they simply don’t know each other as well. Across the record, they displayed very seamless chemistry, blending so well like a Jack Daniels and coke cocktail on the infectious Afropop and Dancehall production.

Although Simi is notably absent, the cinematic video still goes on well to tell a beautiful love story. It opens with Ladipoe who perceived to be a photographer stranded in the rain with a female stranger. He then plays the gentleman and offers her his coat. However, he makes a further request; a photo of her which she later obliged.

Ladipoe then sets to work with his polaroid camera and loses the copy as he excited flips it. Upon retrieving it, the girl is gone but unknown to him had left her contact details in the jacket she left behind. Eventually, he finds it, puts a call through to her and they kicked things off from there. The story then morphs into a very romantic one as they eventually find out they had met as kids and had interest in one another right from then.

Enjoy the cinematic video above.

Watch The Thrilling Video For Zamir’s ‘4000’

If you are quite familiar with Zamir and his art, you’d know that one thing he doesn’t joke with is his videos. For the longest, Zamir has been consistent in churning out fire videos that help the fans further appreciate the record. And his latest, the visuals for the two-in-one ‘4000’ is no exception.

Titled ‘4000’, this is a dual release that contains hard-hitting records ‘Para’ and ‘Glitter’, both engineered by GMK. ‘Para’ is the high energy hustler’s anthem produced by D Fresh and finds Bridge on hook-duty. ‘Glitter’ on the other hand is produced by Tochi Bedford that takes a shot at copycats.

The video opens with Bridge voicing the infectious hook in the booth and Zamir vibing right outside. It then quickly switches up to Zamir rapping verse at the mechanic’s garage. For the Ademola Falomo-directed ‘Glitter’ they take a more cheeky approach with caricature-esque edits.

Enjoy the video above.

Enjoy The Video For BrisB’s ‘2G1C’ Featuring Fuji

In celebration of his birthday, member of the LOS collective, BrisB has released the visuals for his single ‘2 Girls 1 Cup’ featuring Fuji.

This video directed by Nelsonegh shows a day-in-the-life of the ladies man BrisB. One one end, it follows how he goes through a chilling day, later hooking up with his friends and sweetheart at the store where they had fun and later went on a boat cruise. on the other, he is seen having a fun parody ride with two white chics.

Enjoy the video above.

Kizz Daniel’s Video For ‘Ada’ Is A Parody Of What Our Videos Used To Be

A few days ago, Kizz Daniel released his third studio album “King Of Love” straight out of the blue. And ever since, the project has been scooping rave reviews all across the board with fans reaffirming the “Kizz Daniel has no bad songs” agenda. Well, in the thick of all this positive reception, Kizz Daniel has released the video for ‘Ada’, one of the most loved singles on the 17-track album.

Directed by TG Omori, the video for the love single takes a parodical reflection of the way our music videos used to be, with their graphically deficient edits. But it does so in such a very beautiful way that appreciates the growth we’ve witnessed over the years in the visual scene. It features a cameo from online comic, Mr Macaroni.

Enjoy the video above.

Burna Boy Beams With African Pride In The Visuals For ‘Wonderful’

Last week, Burna Boy bounced back from his brief fall from grace with his stunning performance on Master KG’s ‘Jerusalema’ remix. But now he is back with a new single of his own, his second of the year, titled ‘Wonderful’. This is first Burna’s official single since ‘Odogwu’, the three-months-old single where he crowned himself champion using the coveted Igbo title.

Now, we are much closer to Burna’s next album, “Twice As Tall” and this new single is set to kick off the rollout for the anticipated project. Produced by Telz, ‘Wonderful’ is a hard-hitting that’s set to get you hooked right from the first listen.  It opens with a Yoruba-delivered acapella which doesn’t not – in any way – prepare you for the onslaught that comes right next. You are immediately transported into a high octane world where Burna Boy is leading you to the dancefloor with a steady rhythm.

In the video directed by Director K, you can see Burna beaming with pride of the African culture.

 

 

Naira Marley Lends His Voice To The Growing Cause With ‘As E Dey Go’ Video

Just a few hours ago, Naira Marley released the video for his latest single ‘As E Dey Go’. This is the rapper’s third official single of the year, coming months after his ‘Aye’ and his ‘Dido Lobo’ freestyle.

The video in its own way contributes to the growing calls for a stop to rape and sexual harassment of our women. This is an issue we at the PGM Club have been bringing to the fore over the past weeks. In fact, we had Chioma Chuka from Tech Her on the show last week with Douglas Jekan to shed more light on the raving issue. In this new video, Naira Marley makes a clear stance against rape culture. He and a host of Marlians can be seen coming to the rescue of a lady who is being harassed. The perpetrator is later seen suffering different levels of punishment.

This is quite an admirable move from Naira Marley and we, therefore, use this an opportunity to also encourage others to use their platform to speak out on these issues as well. We have to hold ourselves accountable.

Enjoy the video above.

Tay Iwar Unveils Visuals For ‘Monica’

Just a couple weeks after celebrating his 23rd birthday, Tay Iwar has released the long-overdue video for ‘Monica’. This is one of the standout cuts off his debut album “Gemini”. This is the second video off the album coming over a year since the Santi and Preye-assisted ‘Space’.

Check out the video above.

Enjoy The Video For Chike’s ‘Nakupenda’ With Ric Hassani

Just a few days after releasing his new EP “Dance of the Booless”, Chike has unveiled the visuals for one of the fan-favourites off his debut album, ‘Nakupenda’ featuring Ric Hassani. He had released the much-celebrated album “Boo of the Booless” on February 14 to help soundtrack the celebration of love, and it already appears to be an album of the year contender.

In the cinematic video, Chike and Ric Hassani try to best each other for the love of model.

Enjoy the video above.

Enjoy The Video For Adekunle Gold’s ‘Something Different’

Barely 24 hours after announcing the birth of his daughter Adejare, Adekunle Gold has released the visuals for his latest single, ‘Something Different’. This video finds Adekunle on the near-perfect holiday. He’s either found vibing to his music alone or having a chilled time with his woman.

With ‘Something Different’, Adekunle Gold continues the compelling journey to his coming album “Afropop”. This new offering is the story of a romance that should have been. A classic case of unrequited love. Despite the feelings they shared, they simply wanted different things. The noble Adekunle Gold wanted a relationship rooted in love. His love interest, on the other hand, wants something more transactional. A romance helmed by financial security. “No money, no honey,” she insists.

In all its lament-laced storytelling which at a point could be mistaken for gloating, ‘Something Different’ still comes across as soothing and melodious. This all thanks to AG’s candied vocals and BlaiseBeatz’s soft but dazzling production, well-spiced with soul-stirring guitar and horn riffs.

Maison2500’s Video For ‘Dirty Fanta’ With Odunsi Features Cameos From Deto & Teezee

Maison2500 has been the name on everyone’s lips for the past two weeks. The rapper starred in the highly celebrated DRB Lasigi debut album “Piooners”, delivering a stunning apperance on the Genio-produced ‘Salty’ alongside Santi. That same day, Maison2500 also released his new 5-track EP titled “Turnpike”, and it proved to be a very timely release. For everyone whose first encounter with the rapper was the DRB album and asking who this guy was, he had a whole new material out to provide the answers.

But that wasn’t all. Just about a couple of weeks after their duet on ‘Dirty Fanta’, Maison and Odunsi(The Engine) reunited on two tracks on the latter’s surprise EP, “Everything You Heard Is True”. It almost seems that you can’t escape his voice this month.

And yesterday, one of Maison’s dreams came true as the visuals for his EP closer, ‘Dirty Fanta’, premiered on Fader. The video which was shot with an iPhone also features cameos from Teezee and Deto, who is currently riding on the reins of her standout feature on ‘Body Count’, the empowering anthem on Odunsi’s new tape. Directed by Chuwkwa Nwobi the video plays true to the record as a theme song for hedonism. Maison and Odunsi can be seen having a crazy night out in Lagos, hanging out with friends at the beach, games centres and a nighttime cruise.

Enjoy the video below.

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