Sarkodie takes over the chart this week with "Take It Back" video. AJ Nelson and Shatta Wale exit as Flowking Stone and Criss Waddle make entry.
Second on the chart is M.anifest with his Afrofuturist visual for his classic Hiplife/Hip-hop blend track “W’ani Aba” which features Bisa Kdei. The video for the song produced by Kwabena Yeboah of OBY Band has received massive reviews from both local and international media.
Stonebwoy’s ‘ragamuffic’ yet classic visual for his Ragamuffin Reggae track titled “People Dey” has climbed from 9th spot to 3rd this week. The video which was shot in Germany by Morgan Cashboy has been viewed over 300k times.
Shatta Wale’s gangster video for his acclaimed “Kakai” music video has also shot from 8th to 4th this week. Directed by Xbills Ebenezer, “Kakai” music video has been viewed half a million times on YouTube.
Those on the exit list this week include AJ Nelson’s “Power To The People” video featuring Wiyaala and Shatta Wale’s “Chop Kiss”.
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 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 – Take It Back
2. M.anifest – W’ani Aba feat. Bisa Kdei
3. Stonebwoy – People Dey
4. Shatta Wale - Kakai
5. Wiyaala - Leno
6. Dark Suburb – E Go Be
7. Kontihene – Clap 4 Me
8. D Cryme – Koko Sakora feat. Sarkodie
9. Flowking Stone – My Judgement
10. Criss Waddle – Biegya feat. Stonebwoy