Olamide And Wizkid Shoot Eye-Candy Video For Leaked Song, ‘Totori’ (Audio And BTS Photos)

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Two of Nigerian music stars, Wizkid and Olamide teams up for a potential takeover single dubbed ‘Totori’. Unfortunately, the song made its way to the blogosphere in a leak.

The song, ‘Totori’ leaked few weeks ago, but Olamide followed up with the behind the scene photos from the music video shoot on Tuesday morning, May 28, 2019.

‘Totori’, from the leak provided, is a song that applauds the endowments of ladies, while the singer and rapper didn’t miss out in touching the reality of life.

Starboy and Baddo’s pair on the joint produced an effortless vibe everyone can groove to. “Nobody wants to give, but everyone want to take,” Wizkid sings, and Olamide dropped some dope lines, expressing his love for his lady.

Fans are expected to get crisp visuals that’s filled with beautiful ladies in the official music video of ‘Totori’.

While we wait for the official version, find the leak version below;

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