'Wogbe jeke' [Video]

The singer explored the use of natural plains and an antique Benz to create that touch of dopeness in the video.

Stonebwoy in the video of his 'Wogbe jeke' track.

The song title meaning "Come from far" is an apt description for the singer's music journey having elevated himself from nothing to becoming the best in the game.

Stonebwoy explored the use natural plains and an antique Benz to create that touch of dopeness in the video.

Directing the musical was Justin Campos, the head hunchoo of Gorilla Films.

For the dance moves? It was a sheer pleasure watching Stonebwoy come out with the goods.

JOIN OUR PULSE COMMUNITY!

Unblock notifications in browser settings.

Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or:

Email: eyewitness@pulse.ng

Recommended articles

Guinness announces partnership with BBNaija as Gold Sponsor for 9th season

Guinness announces partnership with BBNaija as Gold Sponsor for 9th season

Blaqbonez kicks off his Mr. Romantic era with new single 'Fire On Me'

Blaqbonez kicks off his Mr. Romantic era with new single 'Fire On Me'

This is what 'Those About to Die' a series about gladiators in ancient Rome is about

This is what 'Those About to Die' a series about gladiators in ancient Rome is about

D'banj unveils tracklist for upcoming album, to feature Phyno, DJ Maphorisa, Akon

D'banj unveils tracklist for upcoming album, to feature Phyno, DJ Maphorisa, Akon

10 Nollywood films you probably didn’t know are on Netflix

10 Nollywood films you probably didn’t know are on Netflix

Drama as Dubai princess divorces  'cheating' husband with Instagram post

Drama as Dubai princess divorces 'cheating' husband with Instagram post

Yul Edochie faces backlash for telling Nigerians not to protest

Yul Edochie faces backlash for telling Nigerians not to protest

Don Crucifixto announces new EP 'Believe in Forever' featuring Rotimi

Don Crucifixto announces new EP 'Believe in Forever' featuring Rotimi

I wanted to celebrate my culture - Chike says on his new album

I wanted to celebrate my culture - Chike says on his new album