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Watch the Dazzling Video For Wizkid's 'Fake Love Featuring Duncan Mighty

Starboy comes through with yet another jam.

Wizkid has been consistently churning out jam after jam since the top of the year, and he's back with yet another one.

The singer has dropped the music video for his buzzed about track featuring fellow Naija singer and producer Duncan Mighty, "Fake Love."

The glimmering music video, directed by frequent Wizkid collaborator, Clarence Peters, backs the melodious Killertunes-produced track, with its cool undertones and crystal-clear visuals.


On the nearly 4-and-a-half minute track Starboy and Duncan can be heard singing about whether they'd receive as much love as they do, if their status and riches disappeared.

This is Wizkid's latest offering, following the smooth, summertime banger "Kana" with Olamide. Revisit that track here, and watch the music video for "Fake Love" below.

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Photo: Courtesy of Saphir Niakadie

Meet Four Women Pushing Ivorian Art Forward Through Photography

These young and emerging female photographers from Côte d'Ivoire are shaking up Abidjan's art scene.

There's been a tremendous amount of awe-inspiring art coming from the African continent lately. Photography is no exception. It is one of the most powerful tools used in changing the way in which the West perceives Africa and its diaspora and perhaps the reason why contemporary photography is thriving.

The female gaze is paramount to the way in which the aforementioned visual stories are told and the female photographers here are using their camera lenses to give us glimpses of lands, peoples, histories, and futures unknown. Their individual experiences and perspectives are widening the scope of what is believed to be Côte d'Ivoire. Within the country's capital, Abidjan, there's a creative scene that seems to have sprawled up out of nowhere yet is so rich in its offerings.

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