Guru releases hilarious 'Gold' Music video

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Fri, 2 Dec 2016 Source: razzonline.com

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When it comes to shooting expensive and hilarious music videos, one Ghanaian performer who has carved a niche for himself is hiplife superstar, Guru.

Guru’s music videos, Epic, Baba God and Pooley which were shot in London and Dubai respectively, is estimated to cost above $150.000.

The celebrated hip-hop/hiplife superstar just released the video of his new hit song "Gold” over the weekend which was directed by the hottest video director presently- X’bills films- and shot at a location somewhere in Africa.

In the video, Guru is seen dressed gallantly like a Pharoah and like the prince of Bermuda. In fact, the video is really a delight to watch and can win awards as the best-directed music video on any award across the globe.

According to information gathered from the camp of the Azonto revolution front-runner, by razzonline.com the music video, considering the location, costuming, concept and the amount X’Bills charged for directing the video may be estimated at 15,000 dollars.

There are mixed reactions over why Guru spends a huge sum of money for his music videos. But When Nana Adjei – Yeboah Maradona, popularly known as Guru, released “Me ba be tiao” music video he explained to razzonline.com that in order not to let his fans get tired of the same trend of videos, he has taken it upon himself to invest hugely in his music videos to give the fans variety.

Kindly watch the “Gold” music video below.

Source: razzonline.com