Music is an art that unites everyone. When it comes to jamming to the hottest tracks, there is often no difference between the elites and those who claim to be from the street.
In 2018, a number of musicians were able to give Nigerians some songs that would probably be unforgettable for a while. They were able to achieve this by infusing catch phrases and dance moves that successfully gained attention from fans.
An example of such an artiste is fast rising musician, Zlatan Ibile. He and his colleagues have been able to introduce a new dance step called zanku into the consciousness of Nigerians as it even threatens to push other popular dance moves out of the top spot.
Recently, Zlatan finally released a music video for his highly anticipated dance song, Zanku (Legwork). The video was directed by Dammy Twitch.
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As expected, the video was set on the streets as people tried to outdo themselves while doing the now famous Zanku dance move.
The track itself has a catchy beat and tune that would have anybody wanting to dance.
See the video below:
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Ege crooner Danny S, took to social media to warn Zlatan after he claimed that his zanku dance move has pushed shaku-shaku to the background.
The Nigerian entertainment industry is no doubt very blessed with talented personalities as they often jostle for the top spot in the limelight. The highly competitive nature of the industry has made people try their best to maintain relevance.
In 2018, Nigerians were thrilled with shaku-shaku dance moves as it became the hot step for the year. Soon after, another dance step, zanku, became another people's favourite.
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