Nigerian star Naira Marley’s ‘Idi Oremi’ visual hopes to ‘encourage women to feel confident’: Watch

Last night, we watched Nigerian singer-songwriter Naira Marley’s music video for ‘Idi Oremi’, and it is everything that the official cover art displays: Voluptuous women, with little on, featuring their big derrières to the energetic Rexxie beat. Released yesterday on Nigeria’s Independence Day, the artist shared that “‘Idi Oremi (Opotoyi, Pt 2)’ [is] specifically targeted at Naira female fans in bid to encourage women to feel confident and to love the skin they’re in.'” Personally, I enjoyed all of the dancing scenes. It’s really well done. Watch the video for the dance tune ahead of his forthcoming EP ‘B2DS (Belong 2 Da Streets)’.

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