Nigerian Music videos are emerging from the dark ages. There was a time, somewhere between hip-hop’s bling-bling era, when the music video was a joke—a pointless promotional tool used to guarantee time on dying network channels.
Now those channels have given up on programming music, and the music video has found new life online, and this Port Harcourt bred director Ed Izycs, who happens to be an avant-garde visual mastermind, knows how to inevitably capture the minds of his audience like he has once again on the visuals for Dandizzy‘s “Egweji“. It plays out like an IRL cartoon—the colors and movements are all hyper-real, smearing the screen with a rainbow of creative power.
It’s creative on every level, and another jewel in Ed Izycs crown. Just based off the singles and this video, you could tell that Dandizzy‘s “Egweji“, is going to be varied as a major this year.
Harnessing the Mob’s energy over a Corekt Sound-produced beat, this is a strong addition to Dandizzy‘s catalog of tracks that will go all the way off at his live shows.
Please Watch and be as amazed as we are.