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Music video by DJ Pluz with Mars and Barzini – No Okada

By GuardianTV Music
19 February 2018   |   5:34 am
Mars and Barzini, in collaboration with DJ Pluz, serve up the visuals for "No Okada," the first single off Mars and Barzini's debut EP, "In Spirit." The video was shot on location in Lagos by Jay Uwakwe for TGIF Music.

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