Three weeks ago, Phyno and Olamide continued their unbelievably solid streak of great collaborations with another infectious banger, “Onyeoma”. Now, they’ve come through with a video, inspired by their fans, that actually stays true to the essence of the song.
At its catchy core, “Onyeoma” is a thoughtful track about the universal and spiritual law of giving to receive. On a more superficial level, however, the song feels like it was simply designed to get rich old men at owambes to get up and spray people money.
On the spectrum of Phyno and Olamide collaborations, the Pheelz-produced highlife track is more “Fada Fada” than “Ghost Mode” — which means “Onyeoma” finds both rappers doing a lot more singing than actual rapping.
For the Clarence Peters-directed clip, we start off with Phyno and Olamide trying to come up with a concept for the video. They eventually decide to go through social media to see how fans reacted to the song’s message, and that ends up being the entire video.
Check it out for yourself below: