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Nigerian rapper Vector shares viral video for ‘Why Me’: Watch

The record is originally from his 2022 album ‘Teslim: The Energy Still Lives in Me’.

Vector recently released the official lyric video for his track ‘Why Me’. Set in Dwoi, a district in Jos, the Nigerian rapper-songwriter asks God a relatable question. Amongst a juxtaposed backdrop of bricks and nature, the veteran emcee assures his listeners that this world “is [his] for the taking” and that “the bread is [his] for the baking”. As the video progresses, masked dancers perform adjacent to The Ten Commandments monument in Jos Plateau State. Have a glimpse at the North-Central region of Nigeria below.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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