Yemi Alade Just Dropped The Ultimate Pop Art Dance Video

Yemi Alade's new music video for "Sugar" combines colorful pop art-inspired visuals with the ultimate dance moves.

Yemi Alade is still looking for her "Johnny." In the meantime, here's some new "Sugar" from the Nigeria Entertainment Awards' Female Artist of the Year. The infectious track is the ninth single off her debut album King Of Queens. Directed by Paul Gambit, the song's vibrant video combines colorful pop art-inspired visuals with moves from Alade and her all-female dance crew. As one commenter noted, the video may have found at least some inspiration in Rihanna's "Rude Boy" and Beyoncé's "Grown Woman" clips. Watch it below.

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Botswana's President Mokgweetsi Masisi has reportedly passed a law that will allow married women to be eligible to own land independent of their husbands. The new law is an amendment to Botswana's Land Policy of 2015 which prevented married women, widows and orphans from inheriting land or acquiring new land entirely.

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