Wizkid Shares The South African-Shot Video For 'Expensive Shit'

Nigerian StarBoy Wizkid drops the South African-shot music video for his afrobeat-influenced single "Expensive Shit."

Wizkid comes through with the music video for his recently released afrobeat-leaning single "Expensive Shit." The South African-shot visuals follow the Nigerian StarBoy through a mansion the morning after an epic party as he collects his things and makes his way to the next night's festivities. The Sarz-produced "Expensive Shit," which just dropped last week, nods towards Fela Kuti‘s seminal 1975 album of the same name and is a likely inclusion on Wizkid’s rumored 2015 full-length album. Wizkid's had a fruitful year releasing the videos for “Ojuelegba” and“Sound It,” collaborating with 2face Idibia, getting a remix from Sarkodie, and linking up with South Africa’s Uhuru for “Duze.” Watch the Sesan-directed music video for "Expensive Shit" over here and download the song below.

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>>>Download: Wizkid "Expensive $hit"


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