With a promise to bring the video version of his banging single, Working, Michael Saviour popularly known as Brizz Aviour has delivered.
Directed by Iccentrik Visuals, the video shot in a reserved location, features energetic and vibrant dancing and stunning visuals that is sure to keep viewers well entertained.
This video is comes barely two months after its release, which filled the airwaves and has continued to entertain especially young listeners.
Brizz Aviour was signed to MMAC entertainment records since winning the MMAC entertainment and Freelance Free foundations’ Catch Up remix contest last year.
Known for his self proclaimed genre, Afroswing, which is a blend of Afrobeats fused with elements of R and B, Global Pop Music and Trap Music, Brizz Aviour says shooting the video was super fun. “The hard work everyone put in behind the scenes and on camera was unmatched.”
The budding act when asked how he delivered on his stunning performance in the video said, “I believe I have always had it in me, and after years of watching my role models in videos, I merely channeled that energy. It also helped that I had a great director.”
On the part of Iccentrik Visuals, he said, the “video wasn’t challenging, Brizz cooperated fully, he literally made my job easy unlike some rookies. The song was energetic and kept my whole team on their feet till we were done.”
The Working video comes on the tail of the #WorkingChallenge , a Dance challenge, which had three winners emerge from the numerous entries. Brizz stated that the challenge was created just for fun, “but the energy the challengers put into their submissions also created a challenge to do even more for the official video. So though it was not much of an influence creatively, it was one of the reasons the video had to go even harder.”
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It will be recalled that Working first hit the airwaves in April 4, while plans for an E.P is slated for August this year.
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