The official music video for “Jo Dada,” a song from Naira Marley’s first album “God’s Timing’s The Best,” has just been released.
The Yoruba word “Jo Dada” translates to “Dance Well” in English.
The notorious artist used his typical crude graphics in the new video, which music critics in the nation have consistently and vehemently denounced.
Naira Marley was depicted in the video insulting the Dollar. He sprayed a significant amount of the dollar bills into the semi-clad women who were twerking and wiggling their various-sized buttocks.
The purpose of the film, according to Naira Marley, is to celebrate the Nigerian spraying culture.