The music video was directed by Sesan in Atlanta, Georgia. It tells the story of a bachelor's life—fast cars, big mansions, lots of girls, etc. D’banj opens the video as a young man who argues with his somewhat possessive girlfriend in a white mansion.
Ayomide Tayo of Nigerian Entertainment Today said that "Bachelor is another concrete pop concoction with its hard hitting bassline. The beats don’t do all the work."
Charles Mgbolu of Vanguard added that "the beats of the approximately two and a half minutes song are in mid-tempo and almost immediately, "slowly" gets your head nodding. There is emphasis on "slowly" here because, just like Oyato, this song didn’t quite pick up pace, making it’s [sic] climax weak. You listen to it and just when you are expecting more, something that would leap you off your feet…it's over."