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Watch Emmy Gee's 'Rands And Nairas Remix' Video Ft. Ice Prince, Phyno, Cassper Nyovest & More

Emmy Gee drops the "Rands And Nairas Remix" video featuring South African/Nigerian heavyweights Ice Prince, Cassper Nyovest, Phyno and more.


Almost exactly a year ago Nigerian-born, South African-bred emcee Emmy Gee let loose his intercontinental club anthem "Rands and Nairas." The original Christian Arceo-produced banger saw Emmy Gee popping bottles from "Jozi to Lagos" along with South African rappers AB Crazy and Dj Dimplez. In January they released the song's high taste visuals, which went on to win "Best Music Video of the Year (Artist & Director)" at the Nigerian Entertainment Awards in NYC last month. For the remix the TeamTalkLess artist enlisted an SA/Naija heavyweight roster of Ice Prince, Phyno, Cassper Nyovest, and ANATII. Keeping with the same party vision as before, the crew trades their decadent mansion party and champagne glasses from the original video for red solo cups. Watch the latest "Rands And Nairas" clip below and look out for cameos from Nigerian twin artists Skuki and  Shizzi (who co-produced the remix).

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Former Nigerien President Mamadou Tandja Has Died

Niger's former President Mamadou Tandja has reportedly passed away at age 82. The Nigerien government has announced a three-day national mourning period.

ABC News reports that former Nigerien President Mamadou Tandja reportedly passed away this past Tuesday. The exact cause of death is unclear but reports indicate that the 82-year-old had been battling age-related illnesses for several years. The former head-of-state succumbed to his illness(s) in a hospital in Niamey, Niger. According to VoA, the Nigerien government officially called for the nation to enter into a three-day mourning period.

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