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Tiwa Savage Is The News Headline In Video For ‘Koroba’

As we anticipate the release of Tiwa Savage’s UMG debut “Celia”, the Afrobeats queen has refuelled our desire for the project with yet another single ‘Koroba’. This comes just a couple of weeks after ‘Dangerous Love’. As the title implies, the song finds Tiwa Savage singing about a dangerous love affair. She’s gone girl-crazy about her love interest and forewarns him of how intense it could be. But she makes just one plea, “no go tire” for me.

However, this new highly percussive Afrobeats tune ‘Koroba’ that’s produced by London. Just a few seconds into the record, Tiwa Savage tells us her declarative mandate “I no come this life to suffer.” She goes on to further ask those who seem to be fixated on the means by which she goes about her goal “who no like enjoyment?”

And in the infectious and dance-spurring hook, she reminds us that everyone has their own problems to face. “Oya carry your koroba,” she sings in the chorus.

The Clarence Peters-directed video opens with ‘the African bad girl’ Tiwa Savage making the news across several media platforms and being the subject of saloon guists. But they immediately switch-up once she starts sharing cash. Check out the video.


Check Out The 121220-Powered Video For Chop Boii’s ‘Spirit’

Chop Boii an Abuja-based artist who was on the PGM Radio last night to premiere his song ‘Spirit’ has released the visuals for the new single. And it is video is the first of 12 created by the 121220 Collective.

121220 is an initiative created by Intersection Media, Ceeander Ent, *PGM Club*, Red-Z Apparel and edgeMAX media. The goal is to create a critical mass for quality music from the FCT by making top-notch videos and exporting to the world!

It opens with a damsel who against all odds finds her way into the studio to the desire of her love interest who happens to be Chop Boii. They then go on to spend time together which turned out to be the beginning of something beautiful.

We at the PGM Club believe this will help us further achieve our goal of discovering and pushing amazing talents to the spotlight and in the consciousness of good music lovers. Hence, PUSHING GOOD MUSIC!!

Enjoy The Animated Visuals For DJ Cuppy’s ‘Jollof On The Jet’ With Rema & Rayvanny

DJ Cuppy can be said to be a case study in the lessons of perseverance. Her earliest releases were often received with mockery and fingers pointing at her limited artistic talents. But an undeterred Cuppy has been gracious but persistent, played to her strength and is now bouncing back with a bang.

Cuppy’s debut album is scheduled for release soon, and she’s giving us a taste of this material with her first single titled ‘Jollof On The Jet’. And for this Killertune-produced jam, she recruits the Mavin golden boy, Rema and Tanzanian singer, Rayvanny.

This is a syrupy mellow Afrobeats tune where Rema and Rayvanny lay gleaming vocals and Cuppy does her call-and-response-esque hook. No doubt, this is a track that will help win unbelievers and hush detractors. It’d also restore the confidence and unhinged anticipation for Cuppy’s soon-to-be-released debut album, “Original Copy”.

Enjoy the track above.

2baba’s Video For ‘Opo’ With Wizkid Is A Colourful Rave

Earlier this year, 2baba released a new album “Warriors” in commemoration of two triumphant decades in the Nigerian music industry. Its rollout was part of his landmark as part of his 20 Years a King (#20YearAKing) project, consisting of several other features including a concert. And just a few hours ago, he released the highly-anticipated video for the Wizkid-assisted ‘Opo’.

The album which is 2baba’s seventh contains 13 tracks, with previously released singles like ‘Important’, ‘Oyi’ and the Peruzzi-assisted smash hit, ‘Amaka’ making the cut. The LP also features an all-star cast of Burna Boy, Wizkid, Olamide, Tiwa Savage and Peruzzi. It also features appearances from AJ Natives, Symeca and his daughter HI Idibia.

In this video directed by his longtime collaborator Clarence Peters, 2baba, Wizkid and friends are seeing having a very colourful party. Enjoy the video above.

Ladipoe Is a Biker In The Visuals For ‘Lemme Know’ Remix

After inspiring a number of remixes that were shared across social media, Ladipoe has released the visuals for the Teni-assisted ‘Lemme Know’ remix .

This was a song that continued his string of pop-centric releases in 2019. Produced by Ozedikus, popularly known for his work with wonder kid Rema, ‘Lemme Know‘ finds a relaxed Ladipoe churning out cheeky lines with a polished flow and an airtight delivery over the head-bopping instrumental. He kicks things right off on the record with “your sugar mummy on my case like Teni,” and it’s only right he recruits Teni for the remix, which he’s done.

On this remix, Teni makes her presence known with a scene-stealing feature where she rides the beat smoothly with her vocals. LAdipoe himself comes through with refreshed verses and neatly polished flows that gives this version a very different life from the original. The song peaks when the two acts go back and forth with their verses.

In the accompanying visuals, Ladipoe is a biker who stunts with his crew in a parking lot. Teni later joins him in a ride with a stunt driver running a drift move in the lot.

Fireboy DML Unveils Japanese-Themed Visuals For ‘Eli’

A couple of weeks ago, Fireboy DML broke his 6-month long hiatus with his 2020 debut ‘New York City Girl’. And despite the initial excitement that came with the arrival of a new Firbeoy single, what came next was a wave of mixed reviews with many feeling it could have been more. And now, it appears Fireboy isn’t wasting any time to restore our confidence as he has released ‘Eli’, his second official single perceived to be leading the road to his coming project.

‘Eli’ is a sonically refreshing number that beautifully blends Afropop, dancehall elements and coated with Japanese sounds. And like most of Fireboy’s singles, this record finds him wailing about the effect a woman he calls Delilah has on him. He appears to be crazy in love and suddenly realises he’s no longer in control. In the infectious hook, he relentlessly calls out for help, “someone come save me from Delilah.”

One thing that has kept ears and eyes glued to Fireboy’s craft is how he makes such beautiful music taking the road less sonically travelled. He and Pheelz have forged a relationship that allows them to repeatedly push boundaries with each release and we’re absolutely here for it.

The YBNL star has been the toast of music listeners ever since his smash hit, ‘Jealous‘ came to mainstream consciousness early in 2019. The highly infectious record single-handedly catapulted him to nationwide recognition, acceptance and success. He has since been repeatedly referred to as one of the new guards taking over the Nigerian music industry. And with his critically acclaimed award-winning debut album “Laughter, Tears & Goosebumps”, Firbeoy proved we weren’t wrong all the while.

Enjoy the Clarence Peters-directed visuals below.

Watch The Inky Visuals For DJ T1Z & Psycho YP’s ‘Foolish (Outstanding Dinner)’

Pyscho YP is one of the emerging rappers who seem to be on everyone’s lips. The manner in which this Abuja-based act is often talked about makes him comes across as a sure bet only waiting for time to validate his superstar status. And given his enviable work ethic and impressive discography, Psycho YP has set himself apart as one of the most exciting new age acts worthy of our unwavering attention. With this already in mind, his latest visuals for ‘Foolish (Outstanding Dinner)’ is a mere reminder of how serious he takes his craft.

He had teamed up With DJ T1Z a couple of months ago to showcase a dual-release consisting of Pay Up and Foolish (Outstanding Dinner)’ and now, he’s giving the record a fresh breath with this teeming visual.

The visuals find YP delivering his verses in a dark cloudy room supported by friends who join him to vibe. Enjoy the video above.

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.

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