Nigerian artist Johnny Drille shares official video for ‘Believe Me’: Watch

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On Tuesday, Nigerian singer-songwriter Johnny Drille released the official video for his love single ‘Believe Me’. Ready to make it wedding-official with his darling, climbing through his girlfriend’s window in the middle of the night and hiding under her bed is not off limits—all to see her. The star endures a lot as he awaits her father’s approval throughout the storyline.


Finally, Drille earns his seat at the family’s table, where the artist seems to show us his hearing impairment for the first time. He “signs” with her family using ASL or American Sign Language. How unique, inclusive and heartwarming is that? Watch the video below, which features background vocals and production by the Mavin Records tycoon and artist Don Jazzy. It is a story that most people can relate to or have watched play out in their lives.

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