TG Omori Biography, Real Name, State, Age, Career, Videos
Thank God Omori Jesam, also known professionally as TG Omori, is a Nigerian video director and filmmaker well recognized for his involvement in filming music videos for several Nigerian and African performers.
He was born on June 8, 1995, in Cross River State, Nigeria. He attended Kuramo College, where he finished his secondary school education, and then went on to Pencil Film Institute in Lagos, where he became Nigeria’s youngest filmmaker at the age of 18.
The well-known video filmmaker got his start at a young age. He claimed that he was inspired by famed Nigerian veteran filmmaker Tunde Kelani, and that he evolved himself into what he is now via consistency and devotion.
His first major effort as a filmmaker was the 2015 music video for ES PLUS’s “Respect A Woman,” which served as a watershed moment for him.
He went on to refine his act, and by 2019, he had become one of the most expensive and sought-after video directors in the Nigerian music business.
Throughout his career, which has lasted over 5 years, he has collaborated with several notable Nigerian musicians, including Olamide, Wizkid, Davido Naira Marley, Reminisce, D’ Banj, and others.
Among his latest significant compositions are Teni’s “Billionaire,” Naira Marley’s “Am I a Yahoo Boy” and “Soapy,” and Olamide’s 2019 song “Oil And Gas.”