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TG Omori Makes Shocking Revelation; Admits To Not Owning Any Camera

As they provide performers with visual representations that aid in developing their superstar identities, music videos have been crucial to the development of Afrobeats. Although their impact has waned, music videos are still the primary way musicians can put a face to their names. TG Omori has become the most in-demand video director in the contemporary Afrobeats scene and has collaborated with the top personalities in the industry.

Tg Omori Makes Shocking Revelation; Admits To Not Owning Any Camera, Yours Truly, News, April 13, 2024

Recently, Ace video director TG Omori made the surprising admission that he doesn’t own any video recording equipment. TG Omori said that he doesn’t own any video recording equipment in a recent interview with the Zero Conditions Podcast, where he discussed his foray into video creation. In the episode, TG discloses. that he believes creativity is not limited by the tools one possesses.

Tg Omori Makes Shocking Revelation; Admits To Not Owning Any Camera, Yours Truly, News, April 13, 2024

He explains that while not owning video recording equipment may seem unconventional for a director, he has created visually stunning videos by collaborating with talented cinematographers and utilizing rented equipment. TG Omori emphasizes the importance of focusing on storytelling and vision rather than solely relying on owning expensive equipment. He said,

“I only own a computer I use to edit videos in my office,”

Tg Omori Makes Shocking Revelation; Admits To Not Owning Any Camera, Yours Truly, News, April 13, 2024

TG claims that he works with production houses that supply him with the tools he needs to shoot. In the interview, TG also discussed how he initially decided to study acting at the Wale Adenuga PEFTI academy since budgetary limitations prevented him from pursuing video editing. He has been nominated in the Best Music Video category of the upcoming 16th Headies award for directing Fireboy and Asake’s “Bandana” video.

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