Saturday, 29 November 2014

Kemi Adetiba, Niyola, Joe-el win big at Nigerian Music Video Awards

The Nigerian music video awards which held in Lagos a few days ago had something remarkable for a handful of artistes in the industry.

Niyola’s video, Toh bad got the best Rnb video award,  Best Use Of Visual Effects award went to Gbade Adetisola for Baba Ti Soro, as Nikki Laoye won for Best Soft Rock / Alternative Video category, while Kcee won the best High-Life Video for his song Ogadinma, director, Clarence Peters clinched the best cinematography award for Timi Dakolo’s video, Iyawo mi. Kemi Adetiba also won the best director award for sitting on the throne video by Olamide.

Congratulating musician, Niyola on her  award, her boss on the EME record label, Banky W, posted on her instagram page, congratulations @Niyola on your win at the Nigerian Music video awards. It’s well deserved and I am so proud of you, Eyes on the prize baby girl, I’m so proud of you.

Elated filmmaker, Kemi Adetiba who also won the award of the best director for Olamide’s video, ‘Sitting on the throne’, also posted on her instagram page, saying “yaay, we won, this award is dedicated to that little girl scrolling through instagram right now and wondering if she has a place in the industry they say is a man’s industry, yes you do baby girl, this is proof.

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