The name Moni 3 studios may not be known to some, but to entertainment industry players it is the must go place to get video concepts executed. For video directors, producers, dancers & to artistes, it is the home where Ghanaian music videos are birthed.
Started in 2014 by Arnold Tieku Baah, Moni 3 studios located in haatso was just a music recording studio before it opened its doors to music video production which was being done indoors.
Taking all the furniture out of his living room, Arnold made use of the large space and created an easy to build set for video production which picked off instantly with young directors like Prince Dovlo and Yaw skyface being the first to shoot music videos there.
With the introduction of this new video production space, renowned directors like Nana asihene, Xbillz Ebenezer & Justin Campos just to name a few were able to create set designs to suit the type of concept they wanted and this created a whole new trend in videos around that time.
Some of the videos shot at the old Moni 3 studios include Joey b’s wave, Pappy Kojo’s realer nu, Sarkodie’s Whine fi meft. Jupiter & Stonebwoy , Criss waddle’s Forgetti obia and Mr eazi’s bankulize just to name a few.
With about not less than twenty music videos shot in a month at the studio making about 80%, there was a need for expansion so in 2017 a bigger & revamped Moni 3 studio was launched to serve a bigger purpose. With a much bigger space, directors are able to think outside the box with their concept and take creativity to another level.