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Music Video: Runtown – If E Happen For Lagos

Runtown – If E Happen For Lagos

Runtown has released the official music video for the song ‘If E Happen For Lagos’.

The track is his third single for 2020.

On the record, Runtown talks about the suffering and smiling in Lagos, Nigeria.

It was produced by Mystro.

The video was directed by Adasa Cookey.

Watch it below:

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