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Watch the Music Video for Tiwa Savage's 'Ello Baby' Featuring Young John & Kizz Daniel

The star Nigerian singer shares a colorful music video for her latest single.

Tiwa Savage shares the colorful music video for her latest single "Ello Baby," featuring fellow Nigerian artist Kizz Daniel and producer Young John.

The video sees the trio in a bubbly mood, preforming the love song amidst various outdoor settings and backdrops. One standout scene, features Tiwa on a chair suspended in the air, effortlessly matching the row of palm trees behind her in a green ensemble. The video is clean and simple, letting the song itself take center stage.

Check it out below, directed by Sesan.

Tiwa Savage, Kizz Daniel, Young John - Ello Baby (Official Video) youtu.be

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After booking a major deal with Universal Music back in may, the "Queen of Afrobeats," Tiwa Savage is back with her latest single 'Ello Baby.'

The song features fellow Nigerian artist Kizz Daniel as well as Young John on production. "Ello Baby" is a bubbly love song, that sees Tiwa singing in both pidgin and Yoruba about a lover. Kizz Daniel handles the chorus, offering energetic lyrics atop the track's percussive production.

The singer shared the new single on her Instagram page on Thursday, telling listeners that the song is one we can dance to. "You go whine waist tire...upgrade your zanku o," she wrote.


Last November, she became the first female artist to snag the Best African Act award at the MTV Europe Awards. She followed that up by dropping the heartfelt single "One" in December.

With her continued success and new label deal, we're excited to see what else the star has in store for 2019.

For now, listen to her latest single 'Ello Baby" below.

Tiwa Savage, Kizz Daniel, Young John - Ello Baby (Audio) www.youtube.com

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