Latest Naija Music Videos You Must Watch This Week

It’s a fresh week and with amazing, new music videos from top Naija artists, every Nigerian who loves Naija music can confidently say that Nigerian acts are investing more in their music videos.

Every week, there is a constant release of new Naija music videos and below you can find the best of the latest music videos that are a must-watch this week:

Money remix – Soft feat. Wizkid

Honestly, I never imagined a remix between these two artists. But never say never right? Soft calls on Wizkid to put his blessings on the remix of his critically acclaimed single Money.

The music video which was shot by TG Omori is a visual masterpiece.

China Designer – Wani

Wani is one of the most talented emerging artists in the Alte scene. His style is unique and this was made obvious in his single China Designer.

I like how simple the music video for the song is. Just Wani and the beautiful woman whom he sings about on the song.

The Bag – Phyno

No one can take away from the fact that Phyno is taking indigenous rap to another level. The Bag is a hit and the crisp music video is very suiting for the song.

Supernova – Mr Eazi

Undoubtedly, Mr Eazi is one of the hottest Afrobeats acts. He’s steady schooling others and when you watch the video for Supernova, you can’t help but agree that no one does it better.

Mo Cover Eh – D’Banj feat Slimcase

Omo. This man is not willing to hold back for anyone. And we are loving it. He collaborates with Slimcase on his new song Mo Cover Eh. It’s a street pop song and the video takes the same nature as the song.

Star Signs – Odunsi feat Runtown

You can always trust Odunsi (and some other Alte acts) when it comes to visuals. The music video for Star Signs is no exception. The song, on which he featured Runtown, is a massive hit as well.

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