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Watch Santi's Spooky Short Film for 'Raw Dinner' Featuring Kida Kudz

The artist once again draws inspiration from Nollywood horror in the self-directed video.

Santi has taken his already memorable music video offerings to another level, releasing a short film as the music video for his latest single 'Raw Dinner," featuring Kida Kudz from his debut album Mandy and the Jungle.

Constantly drawing inspiration from the Nollywood horror films of the '90s—which he also referenced heavily in the video for last year's "Freaky"—the artist produced an 8-minute short with dark and stunning imagery. The self-directed and self-written video, follows a girl named Luna who possesses supernatural abilities. She joins Santi as they embark on a mission to find Kida Kudz who has mysteriously gone missing. They are then joined by another girl named Erin, who turns out to be even more otherworldly than originally thought. "Then again there is a certain type of darkness, gifted to you without explanation or purpose," says the film's narrator as the camera captures shadowy shots of terror, zombies and exorcisms.

The artist has given the film, a full movie rollout, teasing its release on social media with a movie poster, complete with acting and production credits on Friday, and dropping a spooky trailer last weekend in anticipation of its release.

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Listen to Nonso Amadi's New EP 'Free'

The Nigerian artist's stunning sophomore EP boasts features from Mr Eazi and Simi.

Buzzing Nigerian artist Nonso Amadi, returns with his latest EP Free, and it's an impressive body of work.

The 6-track EP boasts appearances from Mr Eazi, who's featured on the dance-worthy "Go Outside," as well as a duet with Simi who provides her honeyed vocals on "Better."

The 23-year-old artist delivers his signature fluid vocals atop mellowed-out production throughout the EP, particularly on the opening track "Never," and the title track "Free." He ends the project on a more playful note with the track "What Makes You Sure?"

The EP was entirely produced by the artist himself, with help from British-Nigerian producer Juls as well as AoD, as noted in Konbini.

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Lady Donli's New Track 'Suffer Suffer' Is the Ultimate 'Don't Stress' Mantra

She didn't come here to suffer—she came to enjoy.

Lady Donli continues to flex her creative muscles with her newest track, "Suffer Suffer."

Nigeria's very own pulls from the old and not so old of Nigerian pop-culture as we await the release of her new album. The song begins with Fela Kuti-inspired chanting: "Suffer suffer suffer no go come here, no come my way." It's definitely a mantra we all should bear in mind—the stress isn't worth it.

In "Suffer Suffer," Donli also opens up and shares bits of her life story of trying to make it as an artist, struggling in Lagos after moving from Abuja, despite her father's warnings. In hopes of chasing the suffering away, she sprinkles a bit from "National Moi Moi"—a hit from the early 2000s by Nollywood star Patience Ozokwor.

Peep some clips from the music video in Donli's epic promo clip for the single.

Smooth over your weekend with "Suffer Suffer" and listen below.

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