K.O does not seem comfortable letting go of the heat. He recently worked with OkMalumKoolKat in a collaborations that left many scratching their heads wondering how it will all work since they have different styles. He dropped the track Don Dada, last week Friday and that song had many peeps singing praises to the Skhanda gawds. When the track dropped, K.O also announced that the video had already been shot. Well, they just dropped today and it is a feast to watch.
The video, although simple, was beautifully shot and the quality as well as the angles used are dope. The visuals are clean; from the dominant colours shown (blue, grey and purple hues) to the images of the ghetto that is relatable to anybody who has ever lived in or passed by any down town neighbourhood in South Africa. The guys blend well in the hood and they look like they run things in the hood.
Here are 6 striking images from the video!
A view of the where they shot the video. Taxis and blue trees everywhere.
OkMalumKoolKat dancing on the car. Cava how the colours blend in this frame.
This bucket of atchaar and avocados in the back ground is both striking and simple.
This image is ill, it looks like it was inspired by J Cole’s album cover for his hit album Forest Hills Drive.
Anyone who grew up ekasi know the wire fence and how every household had it.
The women who carry chopped wood on their heads is familiar to most of us.
This video is dope and has nice visuals that accompany it. The collaboration was between two authentic artists and the video is equally as authentic.
Check it out here and share with us your thoughts!