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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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Watch the Ethereal Music Video for Juls' 'Maayaa' Featuring Santi & Tiggs Da Author

The video is a stunning ode to black women.

Last month, Ghanaian producer Juls teamed up with Nigerian alté star Santi and Tanzanian musician Tiggs Da Author for the sultry love song "Maayaa." Now the artist has shared the music video for the standout track.

The song features mellow verses from both Santi and Tiggs Da Author as they sing about a woman who has captivated their hearts. "Oh Maayaa, you're the fuel to me fire," sings Tiggs on the track's chorus. The string-filled song has an old-school highlife feel—a sound that the celebrated producer is known to experiment with.

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Santi's Highly-Anticipated Album 'Mandy & The Jungle' Is Here

The alté maestro has released his vibe-filled project featuring DRAM, Tay Iwar, GoldLink, Amaarae and more.

As we all know by now, Nigeria's own Santi has been one to watch.

The alté maestro dropped his highly-anticipated album, Mandy & The Jungle Friday—a vibe-filled project featuring the likes of DRAM, GoldLink (who recently collaborated with Maleek Berry), Tay Iwar, Amaarae, Nonso Amadi and more.

"Over the past two years, I learnt more about expressing myself and translating that feeling into sound and visuals," Santi explains to Clash Magazine.

"Music has always been about the feeling for me, what it does to you, what it makes you remember and most importantly, where it takes you to. I decided to create a universe, combining everything that has ever influenced or inspired me, the story of Mandy, a girl who has no idea the power that lies inside her."

Mandy & The Jungle warrants repeated listening, as Santi tells multifaceted tales of friendship, complex love to subsequent heartbreak.

Zone out and listen to it below.

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