African artists have a solid reputation for creating high-quality music videos. However, in recent years, some musicians have copied blindly from Western culture, as evidenced by their music videos, resulting in conflicts with regulatory bodies in various African countries. The majority of the time, these videos promote nudity, homosexuality, pornography, drugs, or violence, or they use vulgar language and deplorable images. In this article, I will present some of the most popular music videos that have been banned.
10. Hallelujah by Diamond
Diamond is a Tanzanian musician and his song titled Diamond was banned by the Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) for vulgar lyrics and content.
9. Ibadi by May D
May D is a Nigerian artist and his song titled Ibadi was banned by the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) for obscene indecent content.
8. Fans MI by Davido
Davido is an award winning Nigerian musician whose song video titled Fans Mi got banned by National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) for promoting drugs trafficking.
7. Yayo by Phyno
This Nigerian music video by Phyno was banned by National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) for obscene video content, indecent exposure, and promoting violence.
6. Ancilla by Urban boys
This Rwandan music video sung by a music group known as Urban Boys was banned by the country's Ministry of Sports and Culturefor being too westernized.
5. Zigo Remix by AY ft Diamond
This Tanzanian music video was banned by the Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) for raunchy images.
4. Same love by Art Attack
This Kenyan music video was banned by the Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) for promoting homosexuality.
3. Ensolo Yange by Panadol
This Ugandan song was banned for pornographic undertones.
2. Chura by Snura
This Tanzanian music video was banned by the Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) for Sexual connotation.
1. Nishike by Sauti Sol
This Kenyan music video was banned by the Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority for nudity.
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