Dancehall musician, Shatta Wale has topped the charts this week with the video for his hit track titled "Baby (Chop Kiss)". Sarkodie, D Cryme and AJ Nelson make entry this week.
This week, Shatta Wale tops Pulse Music Video Charts with the video for his hit track dubbed “Baby (Chop Kiss)”. Since the video dropped, it has been rotating on social media platforms and, on local and international screens. The video which features his wife, Shatta Michy, and also directed by Lex MacCarthy, dropped on March 2 with nearly 1 million views on YouTube.
Second on the chart is the video for Ohemaa Mercy’s “Aseda”. Directed by Skyweb Videos, the multiple award-winning Gospel musician put up a never expected ‘attitude’ in a Ghanaian Gospel video. This is a plus for her career.
Wiyaala’s “Leno” (The Place) music video grabbed the third spot this week. The classic and in-depth storyline video is a Djimba World Production directed by Charlotte Appleton and shot on location in East Yorkshire and St Mary's Abbey, York, courtesy of the Yorkshire Museums Trust.
Bisa Kdei’s “Samina” music video which features Obrafour takes the 4th place followed by Kontihene’s classic video for “Clap 4 Me” and AJ Nelson’s daring video for his daring youth empowerment song dubbed “Power To The People” featuring Wiyaala.
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Pulse Top 10 Music Video Charts is weekly countdown of trending videos on social media and local TVs – both old and new videos. Like every week, Pulse Music team put together top 10 hottest and trending videos and arrange them in order of its influence on the screens and social media. We cull video data from online visual streaming platforms -- YouTube and Dailymotion.
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