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Watch Zlatan & Burna Boy's New Music Video For 'Killin Dem'

A certified banger.

Zlatan Ibile is having one hell of a start to his 2019 with the spread of his massive dance single, "Zanku (Leg Work)," and now, the release of the video for his Burna Boy collaboration, "Killin Dem."

The single, which dropped late last year in anticipation of Burna's sold out show at the Eko Convention Center in Lagos, sees the two Nigerian acts going in over some highly-infectious beat work produced by Kel P.


Read: Why Burna Boy & Mr Eazi Are the Right Artists to Bring Afrobeats to the World

"Killin Dem" is a straight-up banger that seamlessly blends Zlatan's energetic 'zanku' style with Burna Boy's afro-fusion.

The track now has a new music video, directed by Prodigeezy, which matches all of the energy of the song. It features dancers serving moves across rooftops and, also, uses clips from what looks to be a Zubby Michael Nollywood film.

Check out Zlatan and Burna Boy's new video for "Killin Dem" below.

Read: Is Zanku Set to Be the New Dance Craze of 2019?

Zlatan & Burna Boy - Killin Dem (OnASpaceship Exclusive - Official Music Video) youtu.be

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