West African idol, Jerrilyn Mulbah as previously reported by several Nigerian media outlets is working on a ground breaking video for her singles. We gather that the Liberian-born singer who now lives in Nigeria with her daughter would be working with Fliptyce, who produced the favourite ‘Chop my money’ track on P Square’s The Invasion…
She was part of the top five finalist in the edition that saw Timi Dakolo emerge as winner and Omawumi as runners up. Fours years after the West African Idols, she released two singles titled ‘Molejo‘ and ‘Mr DJ‘ which were produced by Kiss Music Studios producer, Meka E and written by Jerrilyn and Dipo Abdul for Miss Dynamite Entertainment.
It is gathered that a new song has been recorded with Fliptyce and following from Flip’s growing list of hit records from Faze’s I’m in the mood to Danny Young’s Oju ti tiwon, a record that’s bound to grow on listeners is what it has been described by a witness at the recording session. SHe would also be working with Samklef and Jay Sleek in weeks before the video shoot planned for later in the year.
Video would be directed by Taiwo Badex who just arrived from France where we are informed he went to take professional courses, He was also a former editor with the TV channel, Soundcity. He would be directing the video for Mr DJ, which promises to be a true dance video as choreography for the video has been ongoing for weeks now.
After Mr. DJ, another two videos would be shot.