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Watch Wizkid's Joburg Love Video For 'On Top Your Matter'

Wizkid returns with 'On Top Your Matter,' the second single off his upcoming sophomore album. The video was shot in Johannesburg and directed by Sesan.


Following a massive collaboration with Femi Kuti on "Jaiye Jaiye" (one of our Top Songs of 2013), Wizkid returns in the new year with the visuals for "On Top Your Matter," the second single off his forthcoming sophomore album. It's no coincidence that Wizzy and crew chose today of all days to drop his hyper-romantic clip. The Johannesburg-shot video, directed by Sesan, sees Wizkid courting his girl in untouchable outfits and, later, donning a full suit & tie for his friend's wedding day. It also looks like Wiz is getting some of those corporate checks, can you spot the Guinness and Jimmy Choo product placement? Watch the video for "On Top Your Matter" below.

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