Maglera Doe Boy, the messiah of South African Hip-Hop, just unleashed some fire visuals for his singles ‘The Running Of The Bulls’ featuring 25K and ‘Dor Do Povo’ featuring Ason. These bangers are off his debut album ‘Diaspora,’ and let me tell you, it’s a gritty masterpiece that hits the streets hard.
Maglera Doe Boy ain’t your typical rapper; he’s a street poet, a storyteller painting vivid pictures with his bars. ‘The Running Of The Bulls/Dor Do Povo’ takes his storytelling to a whole new level, dropping it as a two-part short film. This ain’t just music; it’s a cinematic street saga.
Picture this – we ain’t talking glitzy city lights or fancy backdrops. Maglera Doe Boy takes us to the rugged streets and the raw countryside, with Macaneta, Mozambique, as the stage. ‘The Running Of The Bulls’ kicks off with scenes alternating between the concrete jungle and the hood. Then, ‘Dor Do Povo’ hits you with coastlines and grim hood vibes, setting the streets on fire.
Translated from Portuguese, ‘Dor Do Povo’ means the “pain of the people.” And damn, does Maglera Doe Boy bring the pain. He spits truth about the struggles of the streets, shining a spotlight on the harsh realities faced by Africans in the struggle. The visuals hit you where it hurts, making you feel every word and every beat.
Check it out below: