There has been a recent wave of songs from Africa hitting the US lately and the brothers of Phi Beta Sigma at Morehouse took notice and made a stroll video to one of the most popular of these songs — “Skintight” by Nigerian singer Mr. Eazi.
Two brothers from the Chi Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma (@6_Solo and @gohome_roger) teamed up with cameraman @ZahlenGrey to shoot a stroll video to the song while repping other parts of the African diaspora by wearing Haitian and Panamanian flags.
You have to ask yourself, “Between the Nigerian music, Haitian and Panamanian flags and the fact that this was shot at an HBCU, can this get any better?”
Watch the original music video here:
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