A song is nearly irrelevant if it has no music video to reinforce it in the minds of the audience, although it doesn’t have to be the most viewed.
Music videos give us a visual representation of whatever the artist talked about on his or her song.
There are Nigerian artists who have successfully gathered more than 100 million views on just one music video and YouTube has become an integral part of the promotional strategies most artists employ.
We have decided to curate a list of Nigerian songs that have more than 100 million views;
7. Runtown – Mad Over You (1o3 Million Views)
Sampling the Ghanaian pon-pon sound, Runtown churned out one of the greatest love songs to come out of Nigeria.
The video, which was directed by Clarence Peters, has more than 103 million views.
6. Davido – If – (104 Million Views)
Released before Fall, If was a certified jam. It is the first of the score of hits that Davido released in 2017.
The music video for If currently has about 104 million views.
5. Burna Boy – On The Low – (115 Million Views)
Making huge strides on the international scene, the African Giant, Burna Boy on his widely acclaimed single On The Low.
it amassed 115 million views.
4. Yemi Alade – Johnny – (115 Million Views)
Before Davido’s Fall took over to become the most-watched Nigerian music video, Johnnywas the leading music video.
This song broke boundaries for Yemi Alade and the video remains one of the most viewed music videos by a Nigerian female act.
It currently has 115 million views.
3. Tekno – Pana – (124 Million Views)
Easily one of Tekno’s biggest songs, Pana was undoubtedly a jam. The video was shot by the veteran Clarence Peters.
Pana is one of the biggest songs out of Nigeria and the music video is a huge proof. It has garnered 124 million views so far.
2. Sinach – Waymaker – (147 Million Views)
The Gospel songstress, Sinach released an absolute banger Waymaker and it was received with critical acclaim.
The video for the song has about 147 million views.
1. Davido – Fall (165 Million Views)
When Davido decided to focus fully on the Nigerian market, he would have never imagined that Fall would be as big as it currently is.
The music video for this song sits comfortably atop the list of most-viewed Nigerian music videos with more than 165 million views.
Those are only the 7 Nigerian musical videos with more than 100 million views on Youtube.
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Which Of These Videos Is Your Favorite?
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