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Check Out Top 5 Nigerian Music Video Directors in 2022 & Their Works

Who are your top Nigerian music video directors in 2022?

Since MTV and Marylin Monroe, music will never  desire  a complete art without music videos. And behind every good music video is an equally good creative mind  within the  form of a director or filmmaker.

Most times music video directors don’t get the credit and appreciation they deserve.  an honest  music video can transform an unpopular song into a hit. In Nigeria we are  blessed  numerous brilliant music video directors who continue to contribute to the exponential growth of the music industry.

In this list, we rank the  to five  Nigerian music video directors in 2022 (so far).

#5 The Alien

Whenever you see a greenish-blue alien head  shooting up  towards the introductory or closing part of a music video, know  that you simply  are onto a work by eccentric Nigerian music video director The Alien. This year he’s worked with Kizz Daniel on “Oshe” and BNXN fka Buju for the video of his hit song “Kilometre” remix with Zinoleesky.

#4 Kemz Art

Kemz is  one among  the fastest rising music video directors in Nigeria. His  add  2022 includes Skiibii’s “Baddest Boy” remix alongside Davido. He also returned with Skiibii for the  blockbuster  that is “Trenches.” Kemz’s brilliant camera angles  and ideas  puts him up there with the very best, and makes him one  to observe  for the future.

#3 Dammy Twitch

Dammy Twitch is  one among  the biggest hitters of 2022. Twitch worked with Simi in late 2021 on her Fela Kuti sampled hit song “Woman.” He continued those high-profile creativity in 2022, directing the video for Davido’s “Stand Strong” featuring The Samples, and more recently Naira Marley’s “Montego Bay video.” Twitch was recently listed among Forbes’ 30 under 30 list.

#2 Director K (DK)

Director K boasts  one among  the biggest and most diverse clientele of any Nigerian music director in 2022. The talented  conductor  has worked with stars and brands all over Africa.  a number of  his notable works in 2022 include Black Sherif’s “Second Sermon” featuring Burna Boy. He also directed Ayra Starr’s “Beggie Beggie” video, “Balloon D’or” by Burna Boy and Wizkid, Rema’s “Calm Down” and more.

#1 TG Omori

TG Omori has become synonymous with music videos in Nigeria. After a meteoric rise, the hugely talented filmmaker has become  the foremost  sort after creative directors in Nigeria. His arsenal of filmography is dominated by music videos that give the songs  an honest  run for their money. This year, TG Omori has directed Asake’s viral “Sungba” video, Fireboy DML’s “Playboy,” Rema’s “Are You There?”  and much  more.


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