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The 10 Most Viewed Nigerian Music Videos on You Tube

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P-SquareTechCabal just authored an article on the ‘Most Viewed Nigerian Music videos on You Tube’ that you should check out. Funny enough, almost a month ago, I was on You Tube when I made note of the millions of views our artists now enjoy, even the not so famous ones. I also recall Obi Asika highlighting our video stats a few years back.

I think now that we are armed with this information, it is for us to leverage it and focus on how we use it to help position our industry for growth.

View some of the videos below:

1. P-Square’s ‘Personally’ = 45,961, 238

2. D’Banj’s ‘Oliver Twist’ = 33,869. 369

3. P-Square’s ‘Chop my Money’ = 26, 103, 687

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1 Comment

  1. Jide M. says:

    Hmmm. There’s something to say about this list–which is, “Don’t read too much into it.”

    With the exception of “Johnny”, “Chop My Money”, and “Aye”, those are some throw-away songs that won’t be looked upon fondly in 10 years time.

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