David Knight - 22nd Jan 2019

Meji Alabi captures dancehall star Popcaan and singer/producder Davido in this vibrant celebration of Nigerian womanhood for the laid-back Dun Rich.

Shot all over Lagos, and mixing documentary footage with the slicker performance stuff, it features all kinds of Lagos girl - cheerleaders, boxers, models, swimmers and bikers. It brings everything together at the national stadium with girl athletes and a formidable group in national costume.

As usual, Meji Alabi (below centre, with Davido and Popcaan) packs a lot in three or so minutes.


We did it all in two days, running around in Lagos with a smaller crew.

"We had a great opportunity to celebrate the unconventional Nigerian woman with this video and had a lot of fun with it.

"Popcaan and Davido were awesome and really made it a seamless project. We did it all in two days, running around in Lagos with a smaller crew. We shot in the National Stadium which was an insane backdrop amongst other great places. Lagos is just beautiful."


DirectorMeji Alabi
ProducerJimi Adesanya
Production CompanyJM Films
Director of PhotographyArran Green
Focus PullerBen Plant
WardrobeP C Williams
EditorMeji Alabi
ColouristAlex Gregory
Grading companyThe Mill
Other creditsEdit Assist: Bruno Downey BTS: TSE

David Knight - 22nd Jan 2019

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