BRAIN’s “Watcha Looking At?” Video Crosses The 10,000 Views Mark In Less Than 3 Weeks

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BRAIN’s debut video and new single “Watcha  Looking At?” shot by music video director, MATTMAX has crossed the 10,000 views in less than 3 weeks. According to MAGiKAL CEO, Biodun Caston-Dada the music label was quite surprised the video within a short period of time can garner such massive viewership on YouTube. “We were quite elated at the reception BRAIN’s debut video “Watcha Looking At?” got from fans across the world. Though so much effort was put into the video production, but we didn’t know it can pull such massive number of views putting into consideration that BRAIN is a fresh act and that it is his first video and second single.” “We really thank God and all the fans that made this happened and believe in BRAIN. This is just the tip of the Iceberg as we are planning to churn out more good songs and great videos for him”, he added. Aside the YouTube views, the music video shot on location in Lagos, Nigeria is fast gaining high rotation in several TV stations across Africa. BRAIN will also be dropping his third single “Raincoat” on 1st December, 2013 which happens to be the World AIDS Day. The conscious song featuring velvety voice Oyinkansola and produced by the fast rising producer, Mr. Vyne is produced as an HIV/AIDS awareness song for young Nigerians, most especially the campus students. The concept for the Campus HIV/AIDS Campaign is a brainchild of ACADA Magazine, Nigeria’s leading campus and youth magazine and BRAIN will be featuring in various campaign materials that will be developed to sensitize the campus community about the deadly disease. BRAIN’s “Watcha U Looking At?” is produced by Scube and it was mixed and mastered by Frenzy.

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