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Watch Timz' New Music Video for 'Check and Balance'

Timz serenades his love interest in this crisp and colorful visual.

Timz has finally dropped the music video for his latest single "Check and Balance".

On the song, Nigerian singer Timz gives us a romantic but upbeat melody that we can groove and get down to. The video opens against the backdrop of colorful umbrellas and flags overhead, bright walls and greenery. Surrounded by beautiful Black women, Timz attempts to win the heart of his love interest. One definitely gets strong island vibes from this stunning visual.


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The music video, which was directed by Director Q and shot in Lagos, depicts numerous scenes with a beautiful blend of the tropical and colorful in a way that complements the summery feel of the track itself. Add to that the vibrant party scenes with the infectious mid-tempo guitar beat produced by the brilliant Ozedikus and the pronounced Afrobeats percussion, and you have a major banger that's certainly going to have everybody clambering for the dancefloor.

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In April, the fast-rising artist signed to Anonymous Music where he's already dropped "Check and Balance" and is expected to drop a second single entitled "Number 1" in the coming weeks.

Watch the video for "Check and Balance" below:

Bad Boy Timz - Check and Balance (Official Video) www.youtube.com

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