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2C Label Mate Samklef features Akon in new single “Skelebe”

Popular Nigerian singer, songwriter and producer, Samklef


Popular Nigerian singer, songwriter and producer, Samklef, has shot the official music video for his next single titled "Skelebe" featuring the Konvict Music boss-Akon, on the new single. The duo shot the video at locations in Lagos Island and Lekki (Nigeria) over the past weekend. 

Samklef, who is signed on to Akon's Konvict Kulture Record Label and KES Entertainment Record Label - a joint venture partnership with Konvict Kulture, Entreeg and Simcol Entertainment, produced the new song. 
"Samklef was signed to KonLive because he is the best all-around entertainer from Nigeria," Akno who tops the 2017 list of richest African musicians according to Forbes Africa and is known for launching the careers of superstar Lady Gaga and T-Pain.  "Everything Samklef touches turns to gold."



During the BET Africa events for the 2017 BET Awards Week, Samklef performed his international hit, "Molowo Noni," to a standing-only-room crowd at the Sayers club in Hollywood, California. 

Samklef has worked with a range of Nigerian artists contributing significantly to  Wizkid's debut album "Superstar". He has also worked with other acts like Skales, Durella, Ice Prince, Olamide, Sunny Neji amongst others.
"I was one of the producer’s behind RCA record label Wizkid’s path to success," he said. Samklef produced six records on Wizkid’s successful debut album, “Superstar,” that brought him to the limelight.
"My team is very impressed with Samklef's professionalism. He has worked with Sound Factory, Flow Records, Smashers Records, Back 2 Black, Mindfalls, Exp & i360 and S.O & U.," said Rozina Negusei, CEO of En-Treeg Records and Akon's wife. "He is a certified hitmaker with great stage presence and a master at engaging any music-loving crowd."

Watch Samklef’s Official “Philo” Video (first single, 2017) Here:




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