Top 5 Naija Music Videos Released in September 2021: Davido, Yemi Alade, Kizz Daniel & More
6 October 2021
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By Khisa CJ
We are barely a week into October 2021 and there are so many music projects that have been released so far, even as we look forward to many more others.
This article looks back at the top 5 music videos that Nigerian artists released in September 2021, featuring the still trending Lie by Kizz Daniel, Adekunle Gold, and Davido. Take a look below: -
Yemi Alade – Sweety
Off a warm and vibrant collection of ‘Queendom’ EP, Yemi Alade presented an official music video for the love song ‘Sweety’ directed by Ovie.
The video shot in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia is a colourful one and has so far attracted over 1.2 million views since its premiere on September 20, 2021.
Who’s True – Tion Wayne & Davido
This is a single taken from Tion Wayne’s debut album ‘Green With Envy’ now available to stream and purchase.
‘Who’s True’ has been received positively amassing a little over 2.2 million views in about a fortnight of release.
Adekunle Gold & Davido – High
‘High’ is an amazing record where Adekunle Gold alongside Davido perfectly teamed up to create a banger. The song also has a captivating music video with some beautiful video vixens making it a quite eye candy music video.
High video released on September 3, 2021, currently has over 3.6 million views on YouTube.
Oxlade – Ojuju
Oxlade on September 3, 2021, released the video for 'Ojuju'. Produced by DJ Coublon, Ojuju is the first single from his sophomore project titled ‘Eclipse’. ‘Ojuju’ video has an impressive 1.4 million views garnered within the past month.
Lie – Kizz Daniel
This is a song that can easily be ranked among the biggest singles released in 2021, even though the year has three more months before it ends.
‘Lie’ visuals released on September 2, 2021, are still among the trending music videos on YouTube with a massive 5.9 million views. The single had by mid-September 2021 registered over 50 million streams across multiple music platforms, another confirmation of just how big the song is.