Meji Alabi is an award winning Nigerian video filmmaker and video director. He was born and raised in the UK and he has directed many music videos for a lot of local and international music.
He is one of few Nigerian video directors that have worked with both Nigerian and International music artists that have won the Grammy award. He is the co-founder of JM Films and Priorgold Pictures and he has won a lot of local and international awards with his works.
Grammy winners that Meji Alabi has worked with.
Below are some of the Grammy award winners that he has directed their music videos.
Beyonce who has won over 20 Grammy awards worked with the Nigerian video director, Meji Alabi when he worked with other video directors to direct the music video for Brown Skin Girl. Wizkid was featured in the song and the music video won a Grammy award for the best music video in 2021.
Meji Aalabi worked with Wizkid again, when he directed the video for his song title 'Smile'. Wizkid featured American artist, H.E.R in the song.
3. Burna Boy
Burna Boy has worked with Meji Alabi a lot of times, mostly in the UK. He directed the music video for the song 'On the low' by Burna Boy and it is currently the music video by a Nigerian music artist, with the highest views on YouTube.
Meji Alabi worked with Koffee, the youngest Jamaican Grmmy award winner, when he co-directed the music video for her song titled 'West Indies'. He co-directed the music video with Koffee.
Many other Nigerian video directors have also worked with the music artists mentioned above, but he is the Nigerian video director with the highest number of Grammy winning music artists on his client list.
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