5 Interesting Nigerian Music Videos To Enliven Your Weekend


Every week, our Nigerian acts surprise us with the exciting songs and music videos they release for our enjoyment. The Nigerian music space is more open to creatives and this allows artists to express themselves in unconventional ways.

While some of these artists enlist the services of video directors, there are some who are capable of directing their own music videos. Even with limited resources, these acts make conceptual videos that appeal to the senses.

Notjustok proudly takes on the mission of updating music lovers with the latest content from Naija and Afrobeats artists.

As you enter the weekend and are trying to unwind, we provide you with an expertly curated list of Nigerian music videos you should see.

Wetin Dey/Better Days (feat Wani) - Odunsi

Bearing the title 'King of Alte' Odunsi The Engine recreates music from the 90s with a contemporary approach. He features Wani on Better Days and goes solo on Wetin Dey. He blew everyone's minds when he dropped both videos (in one). The video employs elements from old Nollywood movies.

Ringer - Dremo feat Reekado Banks

"Even if her name was Grace nobody can share" DMW rapper Dremo raps on his hit single Ringer which features Reekado Banks. The music video is sensational and the two acts bring their individual vibe.

Halima - DJ Jimmy Jatt feat Mr. Eazi & Skales

Veteran DJ Jimmy Jatt reaches out to Mr. Eazi and Skales to deliver an Afropop banger. The music video for Halima is befitting and amazingly colorful.

Beginning (Visualizer) - Joeboy

After blessing Nigerians with his massive hit song Baby, Joeboy comes through once again with a song about the beginning of a love story. As usual, a visualizer was made to animate the song.

Try Me - Tems

Tems is an independent singer who continues to break boundaries with her sonorous voice. Her latest single Try Me shows her fierce side and the music video speaks volume. I like this video in particular.