Oluwatobiloba Daniel, the famous Nigerian artist better known by his stage name Kizz Daniel has released the video of his hit track, Buga, which features popular singer and music producer, Tekno.
The popular song “Buga” featuring Tekno has taken the world by storm and has been trending all over the world since its release to the extent that the president of Liberia was seen dancing to the song.
However, 24 hours after the official video of the song was released on YouTube, it has garnered over one million views.
Kizz Daniel also known as Vado announced the release of the visual of the song on his verified Twitter account. He tweeted; “BUGA” OFFICIAL VIDEO OUT NOW #BUGA. Dir: @boy_director
Styled: @kenepisode1 / @t.dosumu / @snr_moj. Special thanks @mrfunny1_”
The hit song was directed by popular video director TG Omori, giving the video a traditional theme. Also, popular skit maker and comedian, Chukwuemeka Emmanuel Ejekwu fondly known as Sabinus had a cameo appearance in the music.
The music video of Buga which was posted on YouTube now has more than 1 million views in less than 24 hours and various viewers around the world commented on the video with positive reactions.
A user of the youtube channel WODE MAYA who watched the latest video wrote;
“Daaaaaammmmmmnnnn Nigerians really mean business when it comes to music the creativity in this video is mind-blowing. All hail Nigerians.”
Another user Bambini TV wrote; “I like how Nigerian musicians always portray their culture in the music videos. This is easy to sell your culture to the world. Ghana must learn something like this.”
Meddy wrote, “Nigerians makes us Africans in general proud look at how beautiful the music video is. Go, hard brothers.”
Also, Dutch Safari wrote; “Kizz is the only artist that always converts music into an experience that we can feel. Love to see my country’s flag in this visual #one Africa brothers and sisters.”
Another user, Joe Dizzle also reacted to the video stating, “At this point, Nigerians the whole of Africa presents you to the world to represent for us when it comes to the world”.