Bella Shmurda, a Nigerian artiste, has released the visuals to ‘Cash App’, his hit song — featuring Zlatan Ibile and Lincoln, two indigenous singers who played armed men robbing a bank in the US.


The music video, which was released on Thursday, comes a month after the song’s audio debuted and went viral.

Directed by Visionary Pictures, ‘Cash App’ opens with the US police declaring four men wanted for robbery. This gives way to a flashback where Zlatan, Shmurda, Lincoln, and one Dre Spencer were breaking into a bank with guns.

As panic hits, the robbers forced the tellers to load wads of cash into black bags while Zlatan is seen subjecting one of the bankers to a punishment. The customers were also made to lie flat on their bellies as the robbers escaped.


Shortly after, the police engages them in a chase, ushering in a scene where they are tortured and interrogated.

Watch the video below:


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