Wande Coal‘s latest music video, ‘Go low’ has been given the sledge hammer treatment as it received a ban from the National Broadcasting Commission, barely two weeks after it was premiered.
We’re told the NBC has released a list of videos which included the MAVIN Records’ video which was directed and shot by Mr Moe Musa in the UK.
The NTBB (not to be broadcast) ban however only restricts the video from being played on ‘Free-to-air’ TV stations. What this means is that viewers of cable TV stations can still watch the video as the ban doesn’t affect them from playing it.
E-mails sent to the NBC were not replied as at the time of this report and neither has MAVIN Records responded to news of their video ban.
If you remember, we reported Kenny Saint-Best’s disapproval of the video on twitter where she accused Wande Coal and Don Jazzy of re-introducing nudity back to music videos and now this? Maybe she is right afterall.