Remember when Doja Cat released the much anticipated Say So music video?
Throughout the year we have watched Doja Cat become a household name. She has inspired young women in creative spaces to be unapologetic; while unknowingly giving South Africans joy, because it’s soooo cool to have a famous musician named Zandile Dlamini, right?
Her latest offering is the highly anticipated visuals for the fan-favourite smash hit Say So from her top charting sophomore album Hot Pink. The disco themed visual was shot in Los Angeles by director Hannah Lux Davis and in less than 24 hours amassed over 4 million views on YouTube as it is now trending in the top 10. Say So has become Doja Cats biggest hit to date as it has reached the number one spot on music streaming platforms with over 150 million streams.
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Shane Eagle shared snippets of visuals for Paris. Arguably one of the driving forces in South Africa’s hip hop scene Shane Eagle has come a long way from being eliminated on The Hustle to winning Best Hip Hop Album at the SAMA’s and touring the world with Dreamville rapper Bas; Shane Eagle has definitely taken being an independent artist to a whole new level possibilities.
Shane recently dropped visuals for Paris which is the second single from his 2019 mixtape Dark Moon FLWR and the single features hip hop heavy weight Nasty C. The video was put together by Cape Town based director Imraan Christian who has also worked with the likes of Youngsta CPT. Cinematic approach to the visuals show what looks like a young Shane Eagle and Nasty C at the beach engaging in a battle as they also yield supernatural powers. Check this
KqueSol is one artist who is no stranger to the music and lights of the entertainment industry as he has helped create house hits for music elites like Vinny Da Vince, Christos, Fistaz Mixwell, Atjazz and Lulo Café to name a few. He has now come back with a new single titled Bayede featuring the talented songstress Lizwi and the single embodies an eclectic fusion that draws reference from the Afrocentric and ancestral sounds of the late Busi Mhlongo.
“Lizwi was perfect for the vocalist for this track because her style of singing is similar to that of Mam Busi Mhlongo “ says KqueSol.
In his eight years of being in the music industry he has explored and fused sounds which has led him to a whole new refined sound and that has placed him in the top five list of underground house producers with soothing African melodies.
The much anticipated single Bayede featuring Lizwi is available for download on all digital platforms and let it be known that KqueSol is about to give Dj’s a run for their money.
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