Dino Melaye Senator appears in rap music video

Senator Dino Melaye has appeared in a rap music video by Minister of State for Petroleum, Ibe Kachikwu's son.

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Dino Melaye appears in a rap video by Ibe Kachikwu's son Kach

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Senator Dino Melaye has appeared in a music video titled 'Dino' by Nigerian rapper Kach.

The Kogi state senator popped in the music video at the two-minute mark, coming out from a vintage white car.

The APC senator wore a white shirt with the word 'LEGEND' written on it.

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Dino Melaye in Kach's music video

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In another scene, Dino Melaye can be seen dancing to the trap influenced song. The track itself is named after the popular senator who has a knack for making headlines off his antics.

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Dino Melaye with the moves

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It's no surprise that Dino Melaye made our '10 Most controversial Nigerian politicians of 2017 list'.

"The Kogi-West lawmaker will pass for the most talked-about lawmaker in Nigeria. No doubt. Melaye’s outspoken persona has endeared him to the hearts of many Nigerians. This is the same reason why he has so many ‘haters'" wrote Pulse.

His appearance in a rap video will undoubtedly get him more haters.

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Dino Melaye dripping in Versace

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The rapper behind the song is Kach whose real name is Uche Kachikwu, the son of the Minister of State for Petroleum, Ibe Kachikwu. The video is quite lavish with Kach throwing dollar bills, hopping out of exotic cars and hanging out with beautiful models.

In November 2017, Kach dropped his mixtape titled 'the Afrotrap mixtape'. This seven-track body of work was defined by Kach as the blueprint to the Afrotrap sound.

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Afro-Trap king, Kach

 

The tape infused the use of African language and instruments into the American based hip hop sound known as "trap music."

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