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Enjoy The Video For Fasina & Tim Lyre’s ‘Just Linked’ With Mojo And LK

Just a while ago, LK and Mojo reintroduced us to the Chop Life Crew through the drill-heavy tune ‘CLC Step’. This is a record that has inspired a dance-move and is fast gaining traction on the airwaves. And just a couple of weeks after, they link up with Fasina and Tim Lyre on the latter’s’ record ‘Just Linked’. This is the lead single off their joint 3-track project “3 Strains”.

Mojo has been on a killing spree, leaving scene-stealing performances on almost every track he’s been on for a while now. And his verse on ‘Just Linked’ is no exception. The acts go on rapping about their interesting encounters across the city through this chilled psychedelic jam.

The accompanying video finds both Fasina and Tim Lyre in coloured suits in the studio making music in a setting that takes us back in time. Fasina then wakes up in another time zone in a date. Mojo on his part delievers his verse on alternating between a cruise if the streets and a styling session. Tim Lyre is then found in a photoshoot, before taking us back to the studio where they all have a good time making music. The video is directed by Fasina.


Moelogo Takes Us Back To The Early 90s For ‘Koshi’ Video

A couple of months ago, one of Nigeria’s most promising acts on the rise and one of its finest songwriters Moelogo released a new EP titled “Me”. And this was accompanied by the visuals for one of the standouts off the tape, the uptempo ‘Koshi’.

The retro-themed video finds Moelogo as a rock n roll superstar with the afro and aviator glasses performing on television. He is later joined by his love interest who was singing aloud to the record and teleports right where he is.

‘Koshi’ is produced by the 18-year old producer P.Prime who has been behind some of our favourite tunes this year. Enjoy the video above.

Prettyboy DO Is Boo’d Up In The Video For ‘Mentally’

After much demand from fans and music lovers, Prettyboy DO ha finally released the video for ‘Mentally’ which is assisted by WANI. This dancehall-esque record is one of the standouts and fan-favourite cuts off DO’s latest project “Wildfire” which feature Tim Lyre, Solana, WANI, and the streets generalissimo, Olamide.

The video directed by a capable trio of Integral Studio, UA Studio and Prettyboy DO himself opens with a game night involving DO, his love interest and friends. It then segues into a side of DO we haven’t seen in a while, the more romantic side that’d probably give you the butterflies. Himself, his sweetheart and WAni find them having a fun-filled vacation many can only wish for.

Enjoy the video above.

Watch The Video For Yemi Alade’s ‘True Love’

Yemi Alade is an artist that is an epitome of talent meets hard work. And this is evident in the work she puts into her music as well as the accompanying visuals. That’s why her performance of the recently released Beyonce’s film Black is King didn’t come as a surprise to many. In this vein, Yemi Alade has released the visuals for her latest single ‘True Love’.

It’s simply a happy video directed by Paul Gambit. As with all Yemi Alade, you would find a lot of Afrocentric fashion and dance routine that incorporates a lot the latest trendy moves. She is seen with her troupe at the bus park having one hell of a good time, all soundtracked by her thrilling music.

Enjoy the video above.

Tiwa Savage Delivers Thrilling Performance at Her Tiny Desk Concert

Just a couple days after releasing her latest album “Celia”, UMG signee and Afrobeats vanguard, Tiwa Savage has taken the gospel of Afrobeats to NPR via their much-celebrated Tiny Desk Concert, making her the second Afrobeats act to do so. Ever since its release, the project has generated polarizing opinions and conversations across social media. But regardless of where you stand on the divide, you can’t deny Tiwa’s artistry and her prowess as a vocal powerhouse which was evident throughout the 13-track project. And she brings all this to bear on this in-door concert as she performs some of the fan-favourite cuts off the days-old album.

For her performance, she brings along the popular band Alternate Sound but solely handles the mic with no backups. Yet this doesn’t make her the least bit uncomfortable because as mentioned earlier, her vocal prowess and dexterity were on full display, breathing new life into these records. She also gave a live rendition of ‘Like’, a 2017 Reekado Banks record which she featured on when they were still label mates. Other records performed in the concert filmed at Jazzhole, Lagos include ‘Dangerous Love’. ‘Attention’, and the club-ready ‘Koroba’.

This performance comes just a few hours after she delivered an electrifying set at the Notting Hill Carnival which took place in West London over the weekend.

Patoranking Takes Us To The Ghetto For ‘Abule’ Video

Patoranking has never been one to shy away from his past and humble beginnings. In fact, he embraces it and sports it like a fitting cap whenever he goes, never missing a chance to share his story. And this is yet again, he digs into his roots for another thrilling single, ‘Abule’, his first since his “Wilmer” album and the lead single for his just-released album “Three”.

“I’m proud to be from my abule, because to have made it coming from there it’s only by God’s grace. It’s made me who I am today and it’s part of my story. So I waste no opportunity to let people know about my ghetto,” he says in an interview with Ebro Darden on Beats1 Radio.

“I feel it’s important through this new song to give my fans a chance to celebrate their own abules. And to protect their abules, too. Back in May, my team and I partnered with Ebele & Anyichuks Foundation to go to many ghettos across Lagos to give away masks and relief items. It’s important we stay safe and do our part to protect.”

With this video, Patoranking takes us to the thick of the hood and ghetto life with energetic street dance routines on full display. Patoranking is later found performing at an overcrowded party which is then invaded by armed goons and briefly struck with a power outage. But regardless of these hitches, the show picks up like nothing happened and goes on.

Burna Boy Leads The Resistance In Video For ‘Monsters You Made’

Ever since Burna Boy released his latest album “Twice As Tall”, there have been massive debates in several corners about its critical status with some already throwing the word “classic” around. But one thing that can’t be denied is the cultural and commercial success of this project which has been raking in huge numbers across major DSPs ever since it dropped. At the peak of its popularity – so far – the album clinched the number one spot on Apple Music, a feat not many of his colleagues can bost of.

Another thing a lot of people will agree is that the Chris Martin-assisted record, ‘Monsters You Made’ is one of the standout selections on that album. And Burna himself knows this, hence the release of its video making it the second official single off the much-celebrated album.

The single finds a exasperated and irritated Burna pointing fingers at the leaders, colonisers and their allies for the deterioration of the African being. With this record, Burna volunteers himself as the voice for his people further positioning himself as a revolutionary standing a firm stand and asking questions. The thrilling record ends with a piercing sound of renowned writer, Ama Ata Aidoo demanding answers from the imperialists who have sacked the continent.And it’s only natural that this video further drives this message.

The Meji Alabi-directed video opens with flashing images of some dark episodes across the continent. Then we are then introduced to Burna Boy the revolutionary leader and his troops set to fight for their freedom. As it builds up, it almost feels like ripped-off scenes from the popular movie “Beast of No Nation.”

Enjoy the Video For Niniola’s Bankable Party-Starter ‘Addicted’

It’s been a couple of years since Niniola released her well-received debut album “This Is Me.” Since then, all we have gotten has been a handful of Afro-house bangers which has only increased our thirst for yet another album from the Afro-House queen. And it appears our feasting day is almost here as there appears to be a new Niniola project on the horizon.

But for her latest single ‘Addicted’, which leads the road down to her sophomore project, Niniola reunites with her partner-in-crime Sarz, to hop on a smooth blend of Afro-house and Amapiano which seems to be the rave of the moment. No doubt, this is one jam that would have rocked the clubs and dancefloors if not for social distancing. But thankfully, it’s enough to get our bodies moving in our individual homes.

In the accompanying video, Niniola shows off her lowcut and her dance moves as she cruises around the cit.y

Rema Is Loved Up In The Video For ‘Ginger Me’

Rema has finally released the long-awaited visuals for his sultry love single, ‘Ginger Me’. This was a song he released just a couple months ago, after a glorious week for the young act. On Monday, June 15, the Mavin frontman was nominated in the Viewer’s Choice: Best New International Act of the BET Awards. Two days later, he was tapped as the Apple Music’s “Up Next” act for the month. And then crowed the week of achievements with a new single titled ‘Ginger Me’, the song which led this three-week string of releases which he wrapped up with his smashing banger, ‘Woman’

This mid-tempo track finds Rema professing his love to his sweetheart. He carefully details how she makes him feel and all the things he’d like to do for and with her. In the uaxstudio-filmed visuals opens with Rema sporting a nice pair of Beats headphones on his couch, vibing deeply to his music. We are then introduced to his beautiful lover with him directly crooning the lovey-dovey lyrics to her as they both can’t keep their hands off one another. The video ends with them one a swing, reenacting the single’s art cover.

Rema broke into the scene last year with his debut and introductory self-titled release, “Rema” which housed his monster hit,’Dumebi’. And ever since, the young superstar seems to be on a joyride to his dominance of the Nigerian music space.

Darey Reaches Out To The Heavens In Colourful Visuals For ‘Jah Guide Me’

After a quite lengthy self-imposed hiatus from the active music scene, Dare Art Alade, popularly known as Darey is back with a new single titled ‘Jah Guide Me’. If you are conversant with the Nigerian music scene in the early 2000s, chances are that Darey must have been one of your favourite acts in these parts for a while. He had a unique sense of artistry, a polished delivery and near-perfect execution to his ideas, be it songs, music videos or live shows. But some years back, he took a step back from frontlines, working with other acts to take their art to the next level with his outfit, Livespot.

Just like many of you, 2020 has so far, brought a handful of uncertainties my way. But the fact is that God isn’t surprised. So I guess it’s up to all of us to submit and be led…. #JahGuideMe #Aug14,” he shared on his Instagram pages, announcing the single to the delight of many.

Produced by the serial hitmaker, Pheelz, ‘Jah Guide Me’ – as the title implies – is a cry for help unto God. On the smoothing and soul-lifting track, Darey has his hands stretched to the heavens calling for divine guidance and aid. This is no doubt a record that would resonate with many, giving the tough times we’ve had to endure over the past few months. It fills us up with the hope that there’s somebody out there that’s surely looking out for us.

The accompanying video is directed by Mex Ossai and Dare Art Alade himself, and it is a very colourful visual that drives the essence of the record straight home.

Enjoy the record above.

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