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SOA African Music Video of the Week

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                                                                                                  SOA African Music Video of the Week – (Week 5)

Welcome back to our website, and thank you for being here.

Here are our picks for the music video for this week.

Nelson Freitas

In collaboration with Mr Eazi, the new single of Nelson Freitas Telling me Something is an interesting blend of  Nigerian and cape Verde vibes, is this the beginning of more mixed vibes?



Although the music video has caused a lot of turmoil in the Ethiopian music scene, it is undeniable that the latest single My Baby is a must-have in your playlist. A very catchy song that will have to bust some moves.

Tamer Hosny

Looking for a summerish song and something that reminds you of World Cup anthem? Look no further! Hoda Sheerbeny is the tune you are looking for. In collaboration with Egyptian finest Marwan Moussa, this is the tune to have in your playlist.

Aida Samb

The first artist we present to you is queen Aida Samb, Senegalese sensation. She released her latest single Baadolo early December, and the music video now counts more than 2M views. She has worked with the likes of Youssou N’dour, Pape Diouf and in 2017 with  Wizkid.


Afro-pop sensation Terror-D, Sierra Leone finest, released the music video for the single Special on 28th January, produced by super talented Kel-P-Vibes. The single Special is giving us very much classic and suited vibes.

Eric Geso

From his latest album ‘New Sound’, if you particularly enjoy street music and vibes you will enjoy the latest single ‘Kekeleh’ featuring Natif, generally described as the perfect blend of Liberian dialects colloquial language.

Nobles Gambia

If you are looking to add to your playlist a catchy vibe and something to dance too and cheer you up, look no further. Nobles latest single Buzz feat Attack is exactly what you need to add.

Fati Jamali

If you are looking for a melancholic vibe, something beautiful to speak to your soul, you should add Je l’aime a’ Mourir from the Moroccan beauty Fati Jamali to your playlist.


Queen Gaga new single Je T’aime is the Rwandan vibe that you need to have in your playlist, cannot wait to see more from this African queen.

Jose’ Sap-Tome’

This one is for the Semba and Kizomba lovers, Jose’ is back with Faco Como featuring Anderson Mario. This tune is designed to make you feel good and wants to get your body moving.

Lastly, stay up to date with all you need to know about African music at SOA, right here.

SOA African Music Video of the Week