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Wizkid Still At Number One, As Mavins Make Their Debut

One of Olamide's videos leaves the top ten, and Phyno gets displaced

It's another week for the Pulse Music Video Charts. The list is filled with the usual suspects, and there is little change in this week's charts. We have a new video making an entry into the charts this week. Let's go and find out which video that is.

Still standing strong at the top spot is Wizkid's 'In My Bed' video. The pop superstar has had a rocky October, but this video is still getting major spins on TV, and racking up views online. The fun never stops for Wizkid despite a few bad stories in the press.

At the second position, is P Square with their dance themed international collabo joint 'Ejeajo'. featuring T.I Even though it lost a spot last week, 'Ejeajo' is still that video that gets played everywhere you go.

Number three this week is the Triple MG forefront act Iyanya. Going topless and having nude models has helped Iyanya's latest music video a talk of the town. I guess ladies are still getting hot and bothered from watching Iyanya strutting his stuff in his video. Sex always sells.

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At the fourth spot is Olamide with his hit video 'Story For The Gods'. Quick side information here, this happens to be Olamide's only entry in the chart this week. Yup, 'Goons Mi' was knocked out of the top ten. Before we get there, Wande Coal is hanging on to his fifth spot with his club banger 'Baby Hello' starring Yemi Alade. KCee too doesn't budge with his collaboration with Davido 'Ogaranya'.

Banky W is at the seventh spot with his humorous and church themed music video 'Jaiye Ori Mi'. The star studded video is a non-mover in this week's chart.

Yeah, a brand new video is at number eight. The Mavins featuring Don Jazzy, Korede Bello, Reekado Banks, and Di'Ja make their debut this week with the music video 'Adaobi' directed by Adasa Cookey.

At the ninth position is another Triple MG act, Emma Nyra. The first lady of the label is still in the top ten with her collaboration 'Elele' featuring Davido.

At the last position is Phyno with 'Authe' featuring Flavour.

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The Pulse Music Video Charts is put together by Pulse.Ng’s team of seasoned music experts, backed by data from visual streaming platform, Youtube, and opinion polls from our readers.

Enough talk, let’s get this started.

1. Wizkid- In My Bed

2. P Square- Ejeajo

3. Iyanya- Mr. Oreo

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4. Olamide- Story For The Gods

5. Wande Coal- Baby Hello

6. KCee feat. Davido- Ogaranya

7. Banky W- Jaiye Ori Mi

8. Mavin All Stars feat. Don Jazzy, Di'Ja, Korede Bello and Reekado Banks

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9. Emma Nyra feat. Davido- Elele

10. Phyno feat. Flavour- Authe

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