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2020 Best Nigerian Music Videos

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Largely unfortunate events happened in 2020 – The coronavirus pandemic, the the alleged Lekki tollgate massacre, the banditry activities up North and many other ugly experiences, yet the Nigerian music industry blessed us with amazing music videos.

Through all the experience, there was music and videos, the latter particularly important as much of the world locked down in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Kemi Filani News brings to you 2020 Best Nigerian Music Videos;

Jowo by Davido

Davido featured seasoned Nollywood actor, Richard Mofe Damijo and BBNaija’s Nengi in the video. Watch below:

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Vibration by Fireboy

Rema x Rvssian – Beamer (Bad Boys)

Davido – 1 Milli 

On the video for this song off Davido’s A Good Time, an outdoor wedding scene was evoked in beautiful colors and African-style designs. As it was in “Assurance,” Davido starred alongside fiancée Chioma Rowland, offering tender touches and warm gazes into each other’s eyes. It was directed by Priorgold Picture. 

Burna Boy Odogwu

Adekunle Gold – Something Different  

Adekunle Gold continued the run-up to his forthcoming project with “Something Different.” A glorious song of longing, the Moyo-directed video wears a similar hue and has been described as “simple yet bewitching with its use of complimentary colors and African garments.”  

Yemi Alade – Shekere (feat. Angélique Kidjo)

The phenomenal Yemi Alade is one artist who dons her African identity like a badge of honor. On “Shekere” she features the legendary Beninese singer Angeliqué Kidjo –its vibrant video is directed by Ovie Etseyatse and casts Yemi Alade and Ms. Kidjo in extravagant looks. The dancers are not left out, fitted in colorful Ankaras and beads. 

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