In April, Nigerian theaters will screen Jay Z’s film.

The Book of Clarence, directed by American rapper Jay-Z and featuring a soundtrack by legendary Nigerian vocalists Yemi Alade and Adekunle Gold, will open in theaters nationwide on April 12. The movie’s distributor, Filmone, revealed this on its Instagram page.

Adekunle Gold joins American rappers Doja Cat and Kodak Black on the song “Jeezu,” while Yemi Alade collaborates with Jeymes Samuel on “Sacred Love.”

David Oyelowo, a British actor of Nigerian descent, co-stars in the film with LaKeith Stanfield, James McAvoy, RJ Cyler, Teyana Taylor, and Babs Olusanmokun.

Omar Sy, Michael Ward, Nicholas Pinnock, Caleb McLaughlin, Anna Diop, and Benedict Cumberbatch are among the others.

In addition, there are “guest appearances” by international music icons including Jorja Smith, Lil Wayne, Shabba Ranks, Kid Kudi, and Buju Banton in the film, which is produced by Samuel, Jay-Z, James Lassiter, and Tendo Nagenda.

James Samuel is the author and director of the American biblical comedy-drama “The Book of Clarence.”
The film revolves around the tale of a young guy in 33 A.D. who, up until he encounters the abilities of the ascending Messiah, fights to find a better life.

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