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Rema Releases Mystic Visuals For “Lady”

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Rema. Photo courtesy of the D'Prince Instagram.

Rema, the Nigerian Afrobeats prodigy has released mystic visuals for “Lady,” the second track from his recent EP Bad Commando.

Bad Commando is the third EP Rema has put out since signing to Don Jazzy’s Record Label. It is a 4 track EP comprising mainly of Afrobeat songs, a genre that is slowly becoming one of his strongholds. Check it out here.

The video for “Lady” begins with us following the erotic dance moves of a beautiful lady (played by Sophia). We later see a blindfolded Rema who is tied to a chair and is obviously the lady’s hostage. The Tadas Vanagas Music Video is a literal illustration of being captured by the beauty of a woman.

The Baby Dragon has had a very busy and rewarding year. He released a fistful of singles and two more EPs, Rema and Rema Freestyle, before Bad Commando dropped in October.
He got rewarded for his hard work at the Just ended 2019 Headies where he won the award for the “Next Rated” artiste.

Enjoy video for “Lady” Below:

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