Ghanaian Hip Life artiste Abdul Basit Zakaria aka Tuba Dagomba’s new single video Ninkunsi featuring Ayigbe Edem and Sherifa Ganu is likely to be nominated for the best video on 4site TV Music Video Awards this year.

The video which is currently enjoying a lot of airplay on 4site TV including some musical networks in Ghana and Vox Africa in London is said to be one of the best videos played on air this days, according to pundits.

If the Ninkunsi Video is nominated, it will be Tuba Dagomba’s first musically nomination since he came into the music scene.

Ninkunsi literally meaning ‘heartless’ is recorded at Marvelous films in Tamale and Director by Tuba Dagomba himself.

The Video, including a new one entitle “Why we dey suffer” featuring Sarkodie is yet to be launch this year.

Again, the Northern super star recently shot a new video in London during a musical tour with Ghanaian sensational VIP.

Commenting on the Ninkunsi video on a local radio Chart in Tamale, Tuba Dagomba stressed that, it has not been easy in bringing the best of Ghana music together to shoot a video, “a lot of effort is put in that video and I’m humble people are enjoying it”.

He therefore expresses his profound gratitude to his funs and urged them to keep on supporting and criticizing him. “I want my funs to criticize me, sometimes it’s very good to build on people criticism, and it’s healthy for showbiz”.

Meanwhile, Tuba Dagomba who was with Last Two entertainment along side Sarkodie, Ayigbe Edem and other music bigwigs is rumor to sign for Empire Entertainment, however, it is not clear whether the Dagbon Superstar is ready to sign any contract in Ghana this year as he is feverishly preparing to embark on a charity project in the North of Ghana.

Speaking to tcelebs in Tamale, Tuba Dagomba said, he is now ready to penetrate the international market after accessing the music business in Europe and South Africa.

Tuba Dagomba, who has featured so many Ghanaian celebrities in his albums over the years, including, Samini, R2bees, D-Flex, hinted that, there is future for northern music in the world market, adding that, very soon the northern music will break the chains to compete in the world music industry.

Tuba Dagomba who recently returns to Ghana from London noted that, music is the only brand now that can bring development and alleviate poverty in the Northern Regions of Ghana, saying, the culture of the north is golden that can be translated into wealth.

According to him, the northern language is now a world brand that needs to be marketed after Samini, Shariff Ghale, Sharifa Gunu and R2bees have excelled with it. “It is now time to take over and send the Northern music throughout the globe, and I believe we can do it and its time”.