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Watch the Video for Wizkid and Chidokeyz's New Song 'Fibadi'

Wizkid joins Chidokeyz on this banger and it's the perfect song to get the weekend started.

A few days ago, Chidokeyz and Wizkid dropped their new joint "Fibadi" produced by BlaqJerzee. Now they're back with the music video for the song and their synergism is wild. The up-and-coming Afropop artist Chidokeyz teamed up with Nigerian royalty Wizkid to deliver a really solid visual.


"Fibadi" is the second single that Chidokeyz has released this year following his "Body" single featuring Ceeza Milli back in January. The rising Nigerian star, who is signed to the relatively new record label BO Entertainment, holds nothing back in this playful visual. He shows that he's not just planning on having a good time in this music game but that he's also planning on being here for a long time and choosing to feature the insanely talented Wizkid on this banger is proof of just that.

Listen to "Fibadi" on Apple Music and Spotify.

Directed by Unlimited L.A, the opening scenes of the music video dart between both Chidokeyz and Wizkid in the company of beautiful women. It then transitions to three masked dancers doing their thing against a backdrop of luminescent lighting. The overall laid-back feel of the visual complements the duo's easy-going verses and catchy hook. While we wouldn't describe the video itself as being extraordinary, what it does show particularly well is the effortless musical chemistry between the two artists.

Watch the music video for ''Fibadi'' below:

Chidokeyz - Fibadi Feat. Wizkid [Official Video] www.youtube.com

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Listen to Saul Williams' New Album 'Encrypted & Vulnerable'

The score for his directorial musical debut, Neptune Frost, which is based on Williams' tale about hackers living in a Burundian village made up of recycled computer parts.

Saul Williams is back with his new album, Encrypted & Vulnerable.

The 13-track album, which is part of his MartyrLoserKing project, is described by Williams as his first "spoken word" album. It was entirely self-produced, mixed by by Gonjasufi and features the likes of Dave Sitek (TV On The Radio), My Brightest Diamond, Christian Scott (Atoms For Peace) and more.

Encrypted & Vulnerable is also the score for Saul Wililams' directorial musical debut, Neptune Frost, which is based on Williams' tale about hackers living in a Burundian village made up of recycled computer parts.

"Encrypted & Vulnerable is simultaneously a personal and intimately optimistic takedown on struggle, defiance, awareness, aloneness, and a takedown of heteronormative capitalistic patriarchal authoritarian politics in topics ranging from love, technology, religion, war, to migration," Williams mentions.

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Simi and Adekunle Gold are the Absolute Cutest In Their New Music Video 'By You'

The couple are giving us all the feels in their latest music video.

Simi and Adekunle Gold continue their streak of duets with their latest "By You," from the former's latest album Omo Charlie Champagne Vol. 1.

On the new track, the couple once again deliver loving lyrics and sweet melodies, sharing an accompanying video highlighting their bond. The video behind with what looks like personal footage from the company, later following them around as they adventure across Los Angeles, playfully driving around and even making a stop at the LA staple, Randy's Donuts.

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Giannis Antetokounmpo's 'Coming To America'-Inspired Nike Sneaker Will Be Dropping Very Soon

The Nigerian-Greek NBA MVP is releasing a limited edition run of his Nike collab, 'Zoom Freak 1.'

Giannis Antetokounmpo is set to release a limited edition run of his sneaker, the "Zoom Freak 1" in collaboration with Nike very soon, Konbini reports.

And to top it all off, it's going to be inspired by the classic late 1980s comedy Coming To America—one of Antetokounmpo's favorite movies—where the designs will be made in collaboration with Paramount Pictures.

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