Top 10 banned African music video and why they are banned

Top 10 banned African music video and why they are banned

 Top 10 banned African music video and why they are banned.
A musicians are known to go to the extreme. This means traversing lines that often cause wrangles with the governments. 
 This always leads to prohibiting of most of the music videos, with others comprising of adult contents, promoting drug trafficking or promoting homosexuality. 
This is the list of top 10 prohibited music videos, beginning from number one to number ten on  the list:
   1: Hallelujah by Diamond Platinumz- Tanzania.
The song ‘Hallelujah’ was created by Tanzanian Bongo artiste Diamond Platinumz, featuring Morgan Heritage. The song was outlawed by Tanzanian governments because of vulgar lyrics and content. The song which was produced three years ago has 12million views on YouTube. 
  2. Ibadi by May D- Nigeria
The song was produced by Nigerian singer, May D. The song which was produced 6 years ago has 3.4million impressions on YouTube. The song was restricted by Nigerian governments for obscene video content and indecent exposure. 

  3. Fans Mi by Davido- Nigeria. 
The song was produced by Davido featuring Meek Mill. The song which was produced 5 years ago has 12million impressions on YouTube. The song was outlawed by Nigerian authorities for encouraging drug trafficking. 

  4. Yayo by Phyno- Nigeria 
The song was produced by Nigerian musician Yayo 6 years ago. The song has 1.4million impressions on YouTube. The song was banned for obscene video content, improper disclosure and encouraging violence. 

  5. Ancilla by Urban Boyz- Rwanda 

The song was produced by Urban Boys and assisted by Hitachrist, 7 years ago. The song has 1.1thousand views on YouTube. The video was outlawed for being too westernized. 

  6. Zigo Remix by AY ft Diamond- Tanzania. 
The song was produced by Tanzanian artistes, Diamond Platinumz and AY. The song which was produced 5 years ago has 14 million views on YouTube. The video was outlawed for comprising of raunchy pictures.

  7. Same Love by Art Attack- Kenya.

 The song was produced by the Art Attack 5 years ago. The song has 356 thousand impressions on YouTube. The song was prohibited for encouraging homosexuality. 

 8. Ensolo Yange by Panadol- Uganda
The song was produced by Ugandan musician Panadol 4 years ago. The song has 70 thousand impressions on YouTube. The song was prohibited for comprising of pornographic undertones. 

 9. Chura by Snura- Tanzania
The song was produced by Tanzanian musician Snura 4 years ago. It has since then enticed 580 thousand impressions on YouTube. The song was prohibited for sexual connotation. 

 10. Nishike by Sauti Sol- Kenya.
On top of the list is Kenya’s Sauti Sol’s song Nishike. The song was produced 6 years ago. It has since then enticed 3.5million impressions on YouTube. The song was prohibited for nakedness.
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