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6 Must-Watch Music Videos You Have To See

There is a ton of new music that gets released every week. It can be really hard to keep track of which artist drops what and sometimes listeners can miss out on some really good music and their accompanying videos. 

Visuals to a song can add a layer of storytelling that just the track alone can’t hint. They can also give viewers a visual reference as to the vibe of the song. 

Here are six new visuals from our fave artists that are simply a must-watch.

1.Opoor (remix)-Rexxie ft Zlatan and Ladipoe 

The official video to the Nigerian street pop success Opoor (remix) is a beautiful piece of work. Zlatan in a red lit shot, dances with thick women while Ladipoe brings his lyrical prowess to the second verse. This video features very crisp shots, exciting backgrounds and muted, tinted colors. Watch it here:

2.Come Over- VanJess

Come Over is a celebration of Nigerian-esque 70’s vibe. Armed with warm colors, big hair, and their ravishing beauty, the sibling duo belts out this sensual track about wanting to “come over” to their love interest’s place.

3. Mentally- Pretty Boy D-O ft WANI

The Alté music personality fuses alternative and street pop together to weave this catchy tune. Being one of the directors himself, PrettyBoy DO shows his artistic versatility with the energy he brings to the visuals. You can watch him tell his love interest she’s ”killing him mentally” here:

4. Dobale- Black Beats ft Mojo

A trippy exciting video with all the dancehall vibes. The video opens on a smoky, misty house party. There are flashing lights, booze, and sultry women as Black Beats and Mojo sing about their love interests’ hot bodies. Watch artistes Black Beats and Mojo bring this afro fusion track to life.

5. Trouble Me- David Meli

David Meli a diaspora based Nigerian artiste stars in this adorable video for his song, Trouble Me. Here he’s in a store, trying to woo his love interest, he sings, ”you dey trouble me, but I still want your yawa”. In this song, he’s determined to stick with his love interest no matter the troubles she causes him.

6. Fancy- Amaarae

Afro-fusion favorite, Amaarae dropped these beautiful visuals for her new song, Fancy. The track is the second song off her next project, The Angel You Don’t Know EP.

The Ghanaian-American artiste really leans into her alté aesthetics in this video. Amaarae stated that this song was made to be a ”bad bitch anthem” and the video does just that with the use of alté-goth make-up, fishnet stockings and  Amaarae makes the vibe her own with cowries.

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