Arguably the most hard-working Nigerian artiste, Klever Jay comes through with yet another creative piece to delight good music lovers!
Following his successful UK tour for his hit single ‘Kini Level Yen‘, Klever Jay drops the visuals to one of his recently released singles “Holla” shot at the Royal Arsenal London UK, produced by Shockerbeat and Mastered by Lahlah.
Chidinma releases the video for her first single of 2018, ‘Love Me’. The video directed by Asurf Oluseyi, was shot in Epe, Lagos and has a rural setting featuring beautiful aerial, outdoor and indoor visuals.
The video follows a couple trying to work out their relationship while Chidinma, dressed in a variety of beautiful outfits, sings soulfully. Scenes where the couple gets advice from their friends are all too familiar for anyone who has been in a relationship.
Nigerian superstar and Five Star Music general, Kcee is out with the official music video of his first song of 2018 and its straight up fire.
Shot in the beautiful cities of Lagos, Nigeria and Accra, Ghana the song titled ‘Burn’ features African rap legend, Sarkodie and Its been topping charts across the continent since it dropped in February 2018.
The video was shot by two talented cinematographers, Moses Inwang and Nic Rox while the song was produced by Blaq Jerzee.
Following the successful audio release, ace disc jockey DJ Kaywise wastes no time in dishing out the official music video to his latest feel good number – “Normal Level”. The smooth track was co-produced by Mr Kamera and Don. It features Hip-Hop acts – Ice Prince, Kly and Emmy Gee
The official music video was shot on location in Johannesburg, South Africa and it was directed by the renowned cinematographer – Sos.
Eva is always very Vocal in her Music, as she uses the medium to express her thoughts on topics that affect society but which not many artists seem to talk about.
In this Song, Eva Raps about issues surrounding Child Sexual abuse, especially focusing on the female child. She expresses the grim reality surrounding many women who are affected for many years into their adult lives as a result of Sexual Abuse from an early age.
‘Still A Ho’ – is how many young women are looked upon as, regardless of how or why they have made certain sexual decisions. And Eva boldly questions how many men it takes to determine a girl is a Whore.