GOZ Satirizes Nigeria’s VAT Crises In “Money Anthem” Music Video
Fast-rising Afro-fusion Singer, GOZ, has released an iconic video to his debut single, Money Anthem, which showcases an interesting commentary on the current VAT crisis in Nigeria.
Directed by KenzArt, Goz captures the essence of the die-hard nature of criminals, especially people involved in looting.
The video is set in a warehouse where Goz is the leader of a criminal gang who just looted a large amount of money and are in the process of sharing it lavishly, while Goz shows that he can have his way with any of the women in his gang because he controls the funds and is willing to share it.
Money Anthem is an Afro-Drill song that satirically alludes to the Nigerian Society where the main objective of government officials is to share looted public funds with impunity.
“The country can go to sleep or on holiday, but next week, we’ll all go to Abuja again, and we collect money and we spend,” the lyrics can be heard in the song, giving commentary on the ongoing VAT crisis between the federal government and the states in Nigeria.
The chorus of the song “Share Money, Share Funds, make e just dey drop” is also very apt in describing the gory situation.