Yemi-Alade-Pose-B-T-S- (1) See first photo from Yemi Alade's

Nigerian Pop star, Yemi Alade has shared the first from from her ?Pose? behind the scene photo with Mugeez of R2bees.

Effyzzie Music diva Yemi Alade is currently the most streamed Nigerian female artiste on YouTube ever, so it is not shocking that the ?King of Queens? hit maker is creating music videos for all the tracks housed on her debut LP.

The video for her pan African hit ?Pose? which features Mugeezof R2bees was reportedly shot in three days. The singer has released the first behind-the-scenes still from the set on her Facebook page with the hash-tag #WithStrongGirls. The fierce image features Yemi Alade and a number of black girls striking a strong pose, promoting the #?PovertyIsSexist? campaign by ONE. Yemi Alade was selected to be one of the female African celebrites to empower African girls to counter gender inequality and poverty in Africa.

?It is imporant for me as a woman, as a strong girl, to join my sisters from across the contitnent and tell the world that we can?t fight the injustice of extreme poverty without fighting the immesne gender inequality that exists?. ? Yemi Alade

It is unsure if ?Pose? will be Yemi Alade?s next single but the video for her smash hit ?Taking Over Me?, has crossed the 1 millions views mark on YouTube.Effyzzie Music diva Yemi Alade is currently the most streamed Nigerian female artiste on YouTube ever, so it is not shocking that the ?King of Queens? is creating music videos for all the tracks housed on her debut LP.

The video for her pan African hit ?Pose? which features Ghana?s top duo R2Bees was reportedly shot in three days. The singer has released the first behind-the-scenes still from the set on her Facebook page with the hash-tag #WithStrongGirls. The fierce image features Yemi Alade and a number of black girls striking a strong pose, promoting the #?PovertyIsSexist? campaign by ONE. Yemi Alade was selected to be one of the female African celebrites to empower African girls to counter gender inequality and poverty in Africa.

?It is imporant for me as a woman, as a strong girl, to join my sisters from across the contitnent and tell the world that we can?t fight the injustice of extreme poverty without fighting the immesne gender inequality that exists,? Yemi Alade stated.

It is unsure if ?Pose? will be Yemi Alade?s next single but the video for her smash hit ?Taking Over Me?, has crossed the 1 millions views mark on YouTube.

Source: PulseGh

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