Tuesday, October 22, 2013

#CODED-ish News:: [Watch Video] How Moe Musa Stole Concept Of Party Rock's Video For Davido's Skelewu

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Following up the controversies that has recently trailed the Davido's Skelewu video, he has actually released the new video directed by Moe Musa as he promised but there is still something fishy about it all. Stake holders are of the opinion that, the young director has stolen the concept of Party Rock's video to direct Davido's Skelewu.

"What was Moe Musa thinking when directing this video? The concept of ‘Skelewu’ is a stolen creative concept. Who remembers Pop duo LMFAO‘s 2011′s ‘Party Rock Anthem‘s video? Let’s refresh your memory; The video starts with RedFoo and SkyBlu waking up from a coma in the hospital, hitting the streets to notice the town has been deserted. Just when they get on the road, someone comes to warn them about a song that has caused a frenzy in the town, then a bunch of crazy dancers get close to them and start dancing, LMFAO later join the dance.

The above description just about sums up Davido’s ‘Skelewu‘ video too; Davido waking up from a coma, hitting the streets to be warned by a young man.

Not only should he be berated for this unacceptable creative plagiarism, he should be visited by LMFAO’s label Interscope Records with a lawsuit.

There is no mention of Moe Musa borrowing the concept or paying homage to LMFAO. The official release from Davido’s publicist WildFlower PR states, ‘HKN Music presents Davido in a revolutionary movie showing the viral effect of the ‘Skelewu’. Revolutionary indeed! Take a look at the scenes below and see the stolen concept!

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