Sarkodie ferrets out anecdote about how love/relationships used to be in the olden days without any modern technological means of communication with “Mewu” music video.
When it comes to topping Pulse Music Video Charts, Sarkodie is nothing new because he is always on point with his exceptional and world class visuals for his masterpieces. The SarkCee Music boss, for the fifth time, has topped the charts since the inception of Pulse Music Video Charts. He topped the charts with Gyo Gyimah directed video for “Mewu” – the first single off his fourth live recorded album "Mary” featuring Akwaboah Jnr. Sarkodie ferrets out anecdote about how love/relationships used to be in the olden days without any modern technological means of communication with “Mewu” music video. Ghanaian and African indigenous culture and fashion was ponderously demonstrated in the video.
Justin Campos-directed video for “Nineteen Ninety”, a Hip-hop track performed by Omar Sterling (Paedae) of R2Bees has dropped from no.1 after a week domination on the charts. So far, Omar has proven all doubters wrong with both the song and its video.
Mr. Eazi’s simple music video for his hit track “Bankulize” has shot from the 9th spot to 7th this week. The enthralled video directed by Prince Dovlo features ‘Fante Van Damn’ Pappy Kojo and DJ Juls.
Though, Sarkodie has topped this week’s chart, his video for “New Guy” which features American rap star Ace Hood has exited making way for Lil Shaker’s newly released video for “Mada Kraa”. The clear concept, high quality picture and farcical film directed by Pascal Aka features Shaker’s label mate E.L and former Black Avenue Muzik act Joey B.
Browse through the list of our Top 10 Music Videos of the week and don’t forget to leave your comments below.
Pulse Top 10 Music Video Charts is weekly countdown of trending videos on social media and local TVs – both old and new videos. Like every week, Pulse Music team and Celebrity Publicist and showbiz critic Mr. Kelly Nii Lartey Mensa, put together top 10 hottest and trending videos and arrange them in order of its influence on the screens and social media. We cull video data from online visual streaming platforms -- YouTube and Dailymotion.
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1. Sarkodie – Mewu Feat. Akwaboah
2. Omar Sterling – Nineteen Ninety
3. E.L - All Black Feat. Pappy Kojo & Joey
4. R2bees – Gboza Feat. Davido
5. Becca – Steady Feat. Ice Prince
6. Stonebwoy - Run Go
7. Mr. Eazi - Bankulize Feat. Pappy Kojo
8. Guru – Baba God feat. lyk Wonder
9. Bisa Kdei – Mansa
10. Lil Shaker – Mada Kraa feat. E.L & Joey B