Seyi Shay

It Is Red In Here With Seyi Shay’s Music Video For ‘Bia’

It Is Red In Here With Seyi Shay’s Music Video For ‘Bia’

Feb 01, 2018 |

video

Seyi Shay unleashes a fierce video for her high popping single ‘Bia’.  Seyi shows how might good she is in salsa dance and her flexibility is one to envy and admire. The  visuals was directed by Clarence Peters. Hit Play below! <iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/LIysCMpYyy0″ frameborder=”0″ allow=”autoplay; encrypted-media” allowfullscreen></iframe>

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Harrysong collaborates with Patoranking and Seyi Shay on ‘Confessions’ ahead of ‘Kingmaker’ concert at Warri City Stadium

Harrysong collaborates with Patoranking and Seyi Shay on ‘Confessions’ ahead of ‘Kingmaker’ concert at Warri City Stadium

Jan 30, 2018 |

music

Listen to new Harrysong’s collaboration ‘Confessions’ ahead of ‘Kingmaker’ concert at Warri City Stadium! AlterPlate frontline performer, songwriter and singer Harrysong has released his sophomore album titled ‘The Kingmaker’. Harrison Tare Okiri popular known as Harrysong delivered a 15-track album (with two bonus songs) on the album with features from M.I. Abaga, Patoranking, Vector, Seyi Shay [...]

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Uganda & Naija Meet: Big Tril, Seyi Shay Set To Drop “Faya” Video

Uganda & Naija Meet: Big Tril, Seyi Shay Set To Drop “Faya” Video

Aug 30, 2017 |

Uganda

Ugandan Rapper, Big Tril and Nigerian songbird Seyi Shay are set to finally release the much anticipated video for their collabo, “Faya”. The “Batuwulira” hitmaker recently traveled to Nigeria for the video shoot. The video was worked on by renowned Nigerian video director Tosin Igho. The Striker Entertainment-signed rapper has expressed excitement about the upcoming video as [...]

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Seyi Shay Featured In The New York Times

Seyi Shay Featured In The New York Times

Jun 05, 2017 |

news

Dionne Searcey of the New York Times published an interesting piece on piracy in Nigeria with Award winning songstress Seyi Shay as a focal point. The article highlights the reality of the Nigerian musician who is subject to piracy in a market where they should ordinarily thrive; where they have to be paid to be heard [...]

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