Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe is arguably the most important highlife musician in the world. He imbues his music with a lot of Igbo proverbs. His voice is hypnotic and the beat is outstanding, that whenever one hears his music, one must dance.
Emmanuel's Gift, a portrayal of a disabled man who overcame great odds. This is a commendable project but it falls in the genre of films where outsiders portrayal of Africa seems to lack a thorough understanding of the reality on the ground.
Tsotsi, a depiction of the harsh reality of South African underclass. The movie traces six days in the life of a ruthless young gang leader who ends up caring for a baby accidentally kidnapped during a car-jacking.
The popular Nigerian actor, Nkem Owoh, stars in the music video, I Go Chop Your Dollar. The music video was directed by Uzodinma Okpechi in 2005. The music video is a parody of the 419 scam, that details the condition which makes it is possible for such a scam to exist. All in all, 419 can only succeed because greed attracts greed, and scammers can only attract scammers.