Popular Nigerian singer, Flavour recently released his 'levels' official music video which has been getting massive streams online. The video is highly recommended as most of the top Nigerian celebrities were featured, including Kanayo O. Kanayo, Zubby Michael, Cubana Chief Priest, Yul Edochie, Jerry Amilo, Larry Gaga, and many others.
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These celebrities were spotted in the video dancing and spraying bundles of money in-ground style. I believe the video is going to be one of the most stream videos this month due to the appearances of the top personalities in the Nigerian entertainment industry.
However, after watching the video, I can proudly say that I learnt so many things following the appearances of the top personalities. Here are two impressive things I learnt from the video.
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1. It's good to work hard to earn people's respect and recognition. Obviously, the Nigerian stars who were featured in the video are not in the same category in the Nigerian entertainment industry, but they all gathered together to make the video more interesting. It shows that they are among the top personalities in Nigeria who can easily win people's hearts.
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2. It's good to be on good terms with people no matter the level you find yourself. Being friendly with people has a lot of benefits. All the great men that appeared in the video are loved by fans due to their generosity and kindness, so their gathering in the video is a sign of respect and love for each other.
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What do you like about this 'levels' official music video? leave a comment below.
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