Samklef survives auto crash, drops long-awaited vide

 Samklef has a lot to be thankful for.

Another death was averted in the Nigerian entertainment scene in the wee hours of Thursday, when budding Nigerian producer, Samklef, survived an auto-crash in the Anthony, Lagos.

Thankfully, his publicist, ybrlconsultancy, confirmed that neither their client, Samklef, nor the other occupant of the car and his driver were injured. However, his car was greatly damaged.

On a positive note, yblrconsultancy say Samklef, who is also a video and music director, has dropped the long-awaited video for the song -The Rain; and it features Jesse Jagz.

The Rain was directed by Adasa Cookey/Squareball Productions and it is Samklef’s first video project since Molowo Noni was released in 2011.

Speaking about why it took a long time to come up with a new work, his publicist say the 27-year-old-producer, whose real name is Samuel Oguachuba, has been busy with family, putting together his production school “Samklef Academy” and setting up his label “Klefsound Records” to international standards with a $100k audiovisual studio project.

Several other video projects are in the works at the moment as the beat maker who has worked with the likes of Sunny Neji, Ruggedman, Durella, Wizkid, Skales, D’Prince (Mo’ Hits), and vector looks forward to releasing his sophomore album later this year.

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