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Music Video | Skales’ Got Next! Watch his ‘Take Care of Me’ MV

It took a VERY long time and created confusion as to where exactly Empire Mates Entertainment (EME) was taking their young signee Skales. Label mate Wizkid seemed to just overshadow Skales, but as the saying goes, “omo na turn by turn.”

Now that Wizkid is out of the way and focused on his Starboy Music Label, there is clarity and I am liking the direction the label is going with Skales. Check out the latest music video from this rising star. The tune is repeat worthy and Skales definitely got next!

I’m leaning in to see what’s next. . .

Now singing “rock this party, let them know that you don’t send nobody.”

“Empire Mates Entertainment is proud to present the Official video for “Take Care of Me”, the first single off of Skales’ Debut Album “All the above”. The song was produced by Starboy hit production duo Legendary Beats, and the video was shot in Lagos by filmmaker Aje Filmworks. Skales’ debut album will be released in the 1st quarter of 2014.

The video is a fresh clip that shows Skales’ as he tries to do whatever is necessary to woo a pretty love interest, and also has a hilarious cameo from labelmate ShayDee. The song highlights Skales’ very versatile abilities as a singer AND rapper, and is sure to do very well with the global audience.

Enjoy .  . .”

 

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