Video | Director Sesan Ogunro Impresses with Iyanya’s ‘Le Kwa Ukwu’ Music Video


I said this in a prior post but it bears repeating. When our music video directors do good work, we ought to be quick to salute them as much as we criticize them.

I was not a fan of Iyanya’s song, but Music Video Director Sesan Ogunro took the song, created a credible story around it, and gave the otherwise below par song and lyrics a very classy treatment.

His careful attention to details, the great visuals/cinematography, the way he seamlessly moved the story forward, the casting of a very strong lead female, among many things he did right, is worth saluting him for.

Absolutely good look Mr. Ogunro.

I see you sir, keep giving us strong works like these. It’s a good look on you.

Folks, check out the video and some pictures from the behind the scenes shoot. The last picture is that of Director Sesan.

By the way, what a gorgeous model. Who is she? Anyone know? Iyanya by the way also has a beautiful style sense. He never gets it wrong with his styling.


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