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Umu Igbo official video out now.

Flavour has released the visuals for Umu Igbo  from his Flavour of Africa album. On Umu Igbo, Flavour teams up with Biggie Igba to deliver a scintillating highlife tune true to Flavour’s style. The song which calls for unity amongst the Igbos, a predominant ethnic group located in Eastern Nigeria, is the 10th track in his 15 track album ‘ Flavour of Africa. ‘ The album contains songs like; Looking ynash, Doings, Sawa Sawa, Beer parlour discussions etc. with the likes of Waje, Fally Ipupa, Tekno, Phyno, Odumeje etc. featured on it. On Umu Igbo, Emphasis is laid on peace and unity amongst the Igbos as seen in its lyrics;

“Anywhere you go oo, anywhere you go o
If you no see Igbo man, Nwanne gi bochaa
Ayamma mma

Umu Igbo Niile, umu igbo niile
Let’s come together n’anyi ncha bu ofu
Chukwu bu ike anyi o, Chukwu bu ike anyi o
Chukwu bu ike anyi o, nyawa k’anyi ji aga…”

Flavour praises the enterprising and industrious nature of the Igbos. He also addresses the problem of the dying language and preaches oneness appealing to his people to eschew division and acts that do not foster peace and prosperity. The video was shot and directed by Angry Bird. Click here to watch .

Peruzzi releases visuals for hit single ” Southy love ” ft. Fireboy DML

Ahead of his highly anticipated album, Rum n Boogie. Peruzzi releases the visuals to his hit single ‘Southy Love’ featuring Fireboy DML. This song was produced by P. Prime (giddem) & it’s video directed by ” Mr Layii. ”

Southy Love is a follow up to ‘Isolova’ which was a favourite on music fans’ playlists. The record talks about doing the most just to see your love. The video begins with Fireboy DML day deeaming about a beautiful girl. He gets tired of video calls and is ready to catch late or connecting flights to reach her. The video is filled with energy dancers rocking this combination of Afropop and Amapiano.

Click here to watch .

“Ginger” video out now!

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

Krizbeatz releases the official video for ‘African Time’ with Teni

Off his recently released album “African Time Deluxe version”,  Krizbeatz releases the official video for “African Time” with Teniola. The album which featured artists from the North, East, West and South of Africa is fast becoming a favourite for many listeners. The effort and work put into the album cannot be denied.  “African Time” with Teni is the second track on the album after which the album is named. The Song encapsulates the central theme of African consolidation and Unity. We are one whether from the East or West.

Speaking on the Song in a Tweet, Teniola Apata said;

“We will declare it through our music, our arts and our composure, that THIS IS AFRICA’S TIME. New VIDEO “AFRICAN TIME” featuring @tenientertainer out now.”

Krizbeat while sharing his latest project said;

“It’s been two years since I released my last album, it’s been a journey for me, more like an excursion, working with different people, going to different places, embracing new sounds, a handful of experiences I must say. The journey that led to the release of this album has been an eye opener for me, I have learnt so much over these years…

Learnt to deal with my shortcomings and embrace my victories, basically love life and appreciate all that comes with it. I’ve learnt to see from different perspectives of life, and this helped me appreciate my heritage, who I am and the role I play. And I’ve embodied all that experience and knowledge in this album!!!“

You can click here to listen to the track and here to watch its video.

Watch the video for Joey B’s ‘Cold’ featuring Sarkodie

Joey B drops new song ‘Cold’ alongside its visuals with Sarkodie with Cameo apperances from King Promise, Dee Money and a host of many others. This is coming after dropping sensational 9 track album ‘Lava feels’. The only problem with this song is that it ends too quick but it is pure two mins of heat. The song might be titled ‘Cold’ but it is literally Fire. From hot lyrics to powerful renditions, Joey B and Sarkodie prove why they are owning the Ghanian rap space. ‘Cold’ is about grinding through icey streets while navigating harsh elements. Plus there were deadly punches to Aisha Modi of Peace FM…

“Innit, no label I did it.

When you hear Krept say roof

that’s cos we aim for the ceiling.

We no dey miss no dealings

Mpaebo a no be healing

Gyae ntoatoa ne wo gyimii Niqqas all stuck in their feelings.

Too many enemies

gotta watch your back

Coz too many frenemies

If I leave this world

I go to Mars

Mene me pen mene me bars

We no go blend we go no pass

Aim For the mula we dey shoot for the stars…”

With an all men cast draped in White shirts, the video is a feast for the eyes. The song was produced by veteran Dj Krept and its Video directed by Yaw Phanta. Click here to watch.

Visuals for Omo Ghetto’s soundtrack; Askamaya Anthem drops

As the Nigerian music industry continues to grow and evolve, music in the Nigerian movie space also continues to grow with it. Once upon a time, not a lot of thought and attention were paid to soundtracks that accompanied movies but all that is rapidly changing. Not only has the quality of soundtracks improved,  artists have now gone ahead to create soundtrack albums for their visual content. A favourite is Basketmouth’s “Yabasi” which was such a huge hit.

Top actress Funke Akindele has released the video to her movie “Omo ghetto The saga’s” original soundtrack titled “Askamaya Anthem”. The video consists of Funke Akindele herself, Chioma Akpotha, Eniola Badmus and Bimbo Thomas, all expressing their badassery with sick punchlines. The mix of igbo and yoruba rap flows naturally and beautifully . “Askamaya Anthem” was written by Martinsfeelz and Kobi Nwamama. The video was directed by Funke’s husband JJC skillz and is an excellent teaser as to what happens in the movie. To watch this, click here

DRB LasGidi just dropped the video for their smash single ‘Trouble’ featuring ’Tems’. 

Alte scene pioneers DRB — Boj, Fresh L and Teezee, who co-founded The Native — explore futuristic scenes and vibes in their new music video for “Trouble”. Taken from their 2020 album Pioneers (which boasts features from the likes of Lady Donli, Cruel Santino and Odunsi The Engine), the single features killer Nigerian singer-songwriter Tems, who also stars in the video.
In collaboration with Jameson’s Seen & Heard campaign, DRB delivers a smooth take on this video to create an Action/Mystery based flick with all stars in attendance.
“To us it depicts a dystopian universal version of Nigeria,” DRB says. “We wanted to cross-reference stuff from classic Nollywood, movies like The Billionaire’s Club, and mix that up with stuff like The Matrix. We loved the juxtaposition of how those two worlds collide, and that’s what DRB is all about — mixing up all the stuff we know culturally and putting it together. The video was directed by the brilliant Ademola Falomo who we’ve worked with before. He’s worked with a lot of new exciting artists including Rema and TEMS, so it was a great experience for us to work with him again. He really executed the vision: a dystopian Nigeria with a twist of Nollywood action vibes.”
This stellar video was directed by Ademola Falomo and produced by Ladder, Lex and Booker.

Watch The Thrilling Video For Remy Baggins’ ‘Gboju’ With PsychoYP & Mojo

Off his recently released project “Amaterasu” which featured a host of new generation rap heads including Zilla Oaks, Kiienka, Marv OTM, Psycho YP, Veen, Mojo and Boogey, Remy Baggins has released the visuals for ‘Gboju’. This is the lead single and one of the standouts off the sonically ambitious project, featuring the ever-busy PyschoYP and the relentless Mojo over the bouncy drill production laid out by Telz.

The high-energy video shot and directed by the capable duo Kelvin Nuel & The Crwd opens with Remy vibing to the bounce with his goons while PsychoYP lays down his track in a dimly lit near-empty street. Mojo could barely keep still as he flows with the vibe of the infectious number.

Enjoy the video above.

Enjoy The Video For BOJ’s ‘Abracadabra’ With Davido & Mr Eazi

After joining Teezee and Fresh L to release the long-awaited DRB Lasigi album, “Pioneers”, Alte royalty BOJ is back with a new single. This comes about four months since his last solo effort, ‘Assignment’, the heartwarming record where BOJ reveals he doesn’t just want to be a passive partner as he is fully vested in whatever he has with his women. Just like an eager fresh student in the first weeks of resumption, he repeatedly demands an assignment, wanting to work through his love interest and all he demands is her permission or consent.

For this new single titled ‘Abacradabra’, BOJ brings an Afrobeats all-star team, bringing Davido and Mr Eazi for this highly infectious track. BOJ himself comes with the hook that eases itself into your soul with his sensual gruff vocals. Davido and Mr Eazi then come up with brilliant verses well-tailored for this dancehall-equse jam.

The accompanying video directed by Ademola Falomo opens BOJ trying to woo his love interest in a desert setting. As the superstars take turns to deliver their sugar tongued verses, the setting continues to change with BOJ, Davido and Mr Eazi all having fun.

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