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5 Music Videos That Made My December

Wow! 2014 is gradually coming to an end. There have been amazing music videos that rocked our world from January till date. I will restrict this post to top 5 Nigerian Music videos. Trust me they are amazing. Not all of these videos are new but whenever they are played or aired, I keep loving them over and over again.

These 5 music videos and their lyrical contents stand out for me.

1. E To Beh – DJ Jimmy Jatt Ft. Banky W and Phyno

The song “E To Beh” is off the legendary DJ Jimmy Jatt’s Album; “The Industry”. On this jam of life, EME boss; Banky W rapped his heart out, his flows were amazing. Phyno is also on this track with his Igbo rhymes. Even though I do not understand his flows, it’s not enough reason to learn Igbo…lol . The song was produced by MasterKraft and video directed by the Clarence Peters.

2. Marry Me – Falz ft. Poe and Yemi Alade

This song was produced by Spax and Video directed by Mex. Marry Me tells the tales and frustration Young Ladies face at a certain age when under pressure to get married. Poe flows were dope and Yemi Alade‘s voice on the hook is not bad at all. This video is a bit funny but with a clear message. Falz is the son of Popular Lawyer Femi Falana. Enjoy!

3. Letter days – Tosin Martins ft. Waje

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This is a great comeback from Tosin Martins featuring Madam Waje. This song bring back memories, those days when we write love letters in the classroom. How I wish I could see Femi, the first girl I wrote a “love letter” to. I hope you see this piece someday.

 4. Baby Boo – Tunde Ednut

This particular one stands out, the concept of the video is fresh and a breakaway from the norm. I love this song so much and I hope you love it too. Popito produced this one.

5. OYO – D’Prince

The Audio of this song have been around for some time now. The Video was recently released and directed by ace cinematographer Clarence Peters. Clearance Peters interpreted the storyline nicely, the concept and the message of the song is nicely delivered. To me, this song is one of Prince’s best so far. Watch it below:

Are there dope Nigerian Music videos that has rocked your December as well? Let me know about them by using the comment box below. I hope you enjoyed my carefully selected compilation.

Ọlájídé Ishola

A tech-savvy Linguist, lazy Writer and conservative Foodie.

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