EYECANDY: Fresh Visuals from Psycho YP, KiDi, Jeune Lio and more

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Visuals give a new sense of life to the music. Here are some videos we think you should check out.

PsychoYP & Azanti – Focused 

The Abuja boys are ‘Focused’ on taking over the music scene one song at a time. Off their collaborative project YP & Azanti, Vol. 1, ‘Focused’. Fighting to gain the attention of a muse in a studio-like setting, the duo speaks their truth in their dynamic flow.

KiDi – Spiritual 

KiDi definitely knows how to get all the fine girls to his side. After signing a new deal with Empire, he had to show off in his new carnivalesque-themed video. The song features Kuami Eugene and Patoranking. Pretty girls, a colorful atmosphere, and nothing but good vibes is what the video is.

Jeune Lio – SGFA

For Jeune Lio, the buzzing DJ from Côte d’Ivoire, his hometown of Abidjan is the hidden gem of West Africa. On his latest single, SGFA (Sexy Girl From Abidjan), he pays homage to the beautiful women from the country’s capital. His video for the single puts Ivorian women front and center while capturing the city’s vibrant energy and Jeune Lio’s fun-loving personality. 

Kuami Eugene – Amen

Kuami Eugene starts 2021 hopeful for positive things. In this new, he is working hard from started and suddenly enjoying the fruits of his labor, that’s to say if you work hard, no matter how slow it goes, you’ll definitely get to your point of success. 

slowthai, Skepta – CANCELLED

With the cancel culture on the rise, Skepta hopped on ‘CANCELLED” to share his option about the subject on slowthai’s latest single off his album ‘TYRON’. The first few seconds of the visual will catch you off guard. Have fun!

MzVee featuring Sarkodie – Balance

Off her recent album titled “Invincible, Mzvee teamed up with Sarkodie on ‘Balance’. Vee gets all sexy and sultry trying to get Sarkodie’s attention, she eventually does. Sarkodie has one rule when it comes to shooting a video; don’t touch the girls, rap your part and leave and that’s exactly what he did. 

Jerzeyson – Callin’

On Callin’, Jerzeyson channels his poetic prowess and versatile artistry to deliver a somber yet bubbly tune centered on memories shared with someone he shares a thing with. The accompanying video is a swirl of colors and action-packed scenes that uphold Jerzey’s creativity and intentionality.

S.Treat  – Momentum 

‘Momentum’ has a real feel-good element to it which is definitely what we all need at the moment. The video was also directed by S.Treat showing his versatility as an artist and with support from some of the best radio tastemakers such as; Dj Tiiny (Capital Xtra), Your Host Rob & DJ Dange (Pulse88 Radio), and SK Vibemaker (Rinse Fm) it’s only a matter of time before S.Treat becomes a household name within the music industry.

Worlasi – Woezor 

Woezor simply means “welcome”. The theme for this video is distinct.  The visuals, brilliant by all standards and then there’s the message Worlasi is sending. The world lives and breathes technology, we seem to have forgotten that our roots/tradition binds us together. Worlasi is urging you all to go back home to your tradition and to the roots; he is waiting to welcome you. 

Reggie – Geng Geng 

One thing about these Kumerican/Asaaka musicians is their love for each other, another thing about them, they will preach unity. These guys don’t do too much with their visuals, they constantly prove to us that, everybody can win together, no competitions only collaborations. 

Davido – The Best 

If there’s anyone who goes extra hard with their music videos, then it’s Davido. The Best off his recent album “A Better Time”, an amazing body of work, and the video, amazing. The concept, theme, and visuals is exquisite, if you’re wondering how it has over 3 million views in about two weeks, check it out via the link below. 

Kobla Jnr – Badman 

Badman’, founded on guitar licks and thumping hip hop beats, also divulges influences of dancehall in its lyrics. It was co-produced by DJRS and Siribeats, with Siriboe directing the video, it portrays the bold artistic culture of the city of James Town in Accra where it was shot. 

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