When it comes to music videos African artists are known to go big. This means crossing lines that in some cases ends up causing conflicts with the regulatory bodies in the various African countries. Most commonly these videos might be promoting pornography, nudity, violence, drugs or homosexuality, or using vulgar language and indecent images. In this article we explore some of the biggest music video hits in Africa that got banned because they went overboard.
Here are the top 10 banned African music videos.
|No.||Song||Reason for banning|
|1.||Nishike by Sauti Sol||Nudity|
|2.||Chura by Snura||Sexual connotation|
|3.||Ensolo Yange by Panadol||Pornographic undertones|
|4.||Same Love by Art Attack||Promoting homosexuality|
|5.||Zigo by AY ft Diamond Platinumz||Raunchy images|
|6.||Ancilla by Urban Boyz||Being too westernized|
|7.||Yayo by Phyno||Promoting violence|
|8.||Fans Mi by Davido||Promoting drugs|
|9.||Ibadi by May D||Obscene indecent content|
|10.||Hallelujah by Diamond Platinumz||Vulgar lyrics and content|