Nigerian Afro-house songstress Niniola Churns Out The Highly Anticipated Visuals For Her 2017 Smash Hit Magun

Magun 11th Track Off This is Me Album

It’s pretty much safe to say at this point that sensational Nigerian Afro-house songstress Niniola is one of Nigeria’s most promising music exports. The vocal powerhouse earlier today unleashed the highly anticipated visuals for her 2017 smash hit Magun.

Magun is a charm that originates from the Yoruba tribe in Nigeria. It literally means “do not climb.” it has been used for centuries to catch a wife who has an extra-marital affair.

Niniola talks about having an affair free of sex “O lewu fu anybody toh ba fe gun mi, Mo fi Magun sara so protect your body, Ere egele on a surface level, only foreplay is allowed for you” she sings.

Magun” is one of the more popular song’s off Niniola’s critically-acclaimed debut album “This Is Me”.

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The 13 track body of work which featured the likes of Patotranking, Terry Apala, Johnny Drille and Legendury Beatz boasts of songs such as “Oyin”, “Saro”, “Sicker” and the monster “Maradona”.

Magun” was produced by none other than the iconic Sarz, who does justice to the beat.

The visual treatment is befitting, as prolific cinematographer Clarence Peters brings his creativity out.

Check out the sizzling video, and let us know what you think in the comments below.



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