TG Omori, a renowned video filmmaker, has admitted that he doesn’t own any video recording equipment.
As they provide performers with visual representations that aid in the development of their superstar identities, music videos have been crucial to the development of Afrobeats.
Despite their impact has waned, music videos are still the main way for musicians to put a face to their names.
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 said that he doesn’t own a single piece of video recording equipment in a recent interview with the Zero Conditions Podcast where he discussed his foray into video creation.
“I only own a computer I use to edit videos in my office,” TG Omori reveals on the podcast.
TG claims that he uses production studios that provide him access to the tools he needs for shooting.
TG Omori also discussed in the interview how he initially decided to pursue acting at the Wale Adenuga PEFTI academy owing to budgetary limitations that prevented him from pursuing video editing.
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Who Is TG Omori?
ThankGod Omori Jesam who is also known as TG Omori, or as Boy Director is a Nigerian music video director and cinematographer.
Omori has directed music videos for recording artists across various genres of new generation, including Olamide, Wizkid, Burna Boy, Tekno, Kiss Daniel, Fireboy DML, Falz, Timaya, Naira Marley, Asake, and many others.