Nigerian Rapper, Olamide has explained why he was absent in the music video of “Loading”.
Olamide released the music video to one of the songs, “Loading” off his “Carpe Diem” album which features Bad boy Timz on the 1st of December.
The video which was shot by Clarence Peters features colorfully clad dancers and trippy edits with the use of AR and VR in a futuristic-like setting. It also pays tribute to the late dancer, Picture Kodak who was mentioned on the record.
While Bad Boy Timz could be seen in the video, Olamide was absent in the three minutes, forty-five seconds long video.
His absence got to some fans because one of them voiced out their displeasure in a tweet asking if the rapper was teasing them.
However, the Father of two in response apologized, adding that he decided to give Bad Boy Timz the chance to shine.
“no vex ! Have the bro @Badboytimz the floor to shine.”
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— Olamidé (@Olamide) November 30, 2020