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Missy Elliot’s dancers gets bitten by the Shakiti Bobo bug
11 January 2016, 11:08
Lagos - Olamide’s hit song Shakiti Bobo has been recognized outside the country by an international artist.
American rapper Missy Elliot shared a short video on Instagram from a choreography session with her dancers and the new steps they created for the song.
Also read:Missy Elliott Shoki's back into the music industry
The veteran rapper also praised Olamide for the infectious tune.
The YBNL nation songs are a favourite for Missy who had in November last year tweeted a shout out to the home of Shoki; Lagos, Nigeria.
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