These are the Top 10 New African Music Videos 24 October – 30 October 2021 (Week 43). The videos are ranked on the visuals, the artistry, the storyline, the ambiance & much more. Don’t miss the bonus video at the end. If you are missing some hits, it is probably because of copyright issues. Our apologies! Please subscribe to the channel, press the bell to be the first to know when new videos are uploaded!
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10. Rapcha – Majani (Tanzania)
9. Musa Keys & Lebza The Villain Ft. Sino Msolo – Wena (South Africa)
8. Naza – Dose (D.R. Congo)
7. Juno Kizigenza – Birenze (Rwanda)
6. Phyno – Stacks (Nigeria)
5. Khaligraph Jones – Get High (Do For Love) (Kenya)
4. Saifond Balde – Complexe (Guinea)
3. Eddy Kenzo – Keke (Uganda)
2. Yemi Alade Ft. Vtek – Double Double (Nigeria)
1. Bahati & Prince Indah – Adhiambo (Kenya)
Bonus video: Bebe Cool – Gyenvudde (Uganda)
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Some of these videos could have made the list but were left out due to copyright issues:
Marioo Ft. Tyler ICU X Visca & Abbah Process – Beer Tamu (Tanzania/South Africa)
Audiomarc X Nasty C & Blxckie – Why Me (South Africa)
Alikiba Ft. Patoranking – Bwana Mdogo (Tanzania/Nigeria)
DJ Maphorisa & Tyler ICU Ft. Sir Trill X Daliwonga & Kabza De Small – Banyana (South Africa)
A lot of music videos/songs are currently being blocked by companies representing some major artists. This as you might imagine plays big part in how our charts are being compiled. We use just 16 seconds of any given video while compiling the chart. If an artist’s music aggregator instructs YouTube to block a song, the whole of our video gets blocked! That is the present reality. The only recourse we have is to ask YouTube to mute that particular song so that the rest can be made available. That is why you might see “Song muted for copyright reasons” sooner or later with regards to a particular track. This is especially true when artists change music labels or music aggregators.
Many of the big American music labels, like Universal Records and Warner Music, have recently been snatching up African artists too. Which means that the emphasis is now more on money and more money! Anytime their music appears on our charts, the video gets blocked! Bear with us. A song that might play today could be muted tomorrow in the charts. It is either that or YouTube deletes the channel. We can’t allow that to happen! You might think that 16 seconds of video should not be a problem. But you must also understand that artists have 100% right to determine how their music creations are used. We agree and support that! So before anyone cries wolf, please understand that most of the time, the top 10 is made up of great videos that also introduce you to new artists.
Thank you for your understanding.