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VIDEO: Asake – OrganiseNigerian music superstar Asake has dropped the long-anticipated music video for his monster hit “Organise” for fans. 

One of Nigeria’s hottest music acts, Asake unleashes the official music video for one of the tracks off his debut album “Mr Money With The Vibe”. Fans have been looking for this music video for a while now and here it is.

As usual, he teamed up with Nigeria’s hottest music video director TG Omori. The clip is fresh as Asake sticks to using lots of folks in uniform as seen in his previous videos.

Watch Asake – “Organise” video below and share.

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