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Nasty C and Rowlene “SMA”
Nasty C and Rowlene‘s music video for their popular collaboration “SMA” was treated to three music videos that each differently tell the same story depicted in the song.
Wandile Mbambeni (ft. Shekhinah ) “Wanted and Loved”
“Wanted and Loved” blends soul and RnB, and merges two unique artists’ traits. The acoustic guitar co-exists with buzzing synthesizers to create an atmosphere that’s accommodative of the two singers.
The video shows the artists trekking to rural KwaZulu Natal where he was born. He spends time with his mother, who burns impepho and asks the elders to keep an eye on her son. The community also joins in on the video, gyrating in celebration of their iconlord.
K.O “Supa Dupa”
On “Supa Dupa,” Mr Cashtime raps about the plenty of snakes he has encountered in the game while pythons entangle themselves on his torso and limbs. He also reminds you that he’s always supa dupa clean when he pulls up.
Saturday, Monday “Umsindo” (feat. Kanyi Mavi & Le Roi Alekpehanhou)
Swedish DJ and producer Saturday, Monday roped in South African lyricist for what is one of the best rap songs we’ve heard so far this year. Kanyi rides an ominous sample and delivers bars from the perspective of a woman who’s had enough with his abusive partner.
An autobiographical tune detailing YoungstaCPT‘s childhood. It comes with an equally expressive one-take music video directed by Imraan Christian.
‘Ndibambe’ – Heavy K ft Ntombi
Heavy K is not a stranger to house music. In this video, the 27-year-old artist features the powerful vocals of his wife, Ntombi. ‘Ndibambe’ (loosely translated to ‘Hold Me’) is a love song whose video shows people partying and dancing to Heavy K’s massive beats.
‘Touch’ – Ntombi ft Heavy K
Following a successful collaboration on ‘Ndibambe’, Ntombi and Heavy K once more fused their talents on a powerful house club banger titled ‘Touch’.
The love song, whose video hasn’t yet properly hit the market, is gaining much traction on social media and has already found comfort in most South African clubs.