Emerging raper, Sean Trimz recently released the music video for his single, Eastside. Shot and directed by Nicky Campos, who has handled hits such as Doc Shebelza, Shumaya and Charlotte to name a few.
The song dropped earlier this year and features talented vocalists Miss Charlie (sisters Naledi and Masego) and was produced by Pijoline beats. Trimz kinda felt like the East and it’s artists’ talents and contribution to the industry are being overlooked, hence this single.
The video is a treat and sees Sean Trimz flexing with Miss Charlie with a massive house behind them and the sun shining brightly in the back ground. Like I said before, this joint is chilled and well made and there is no doubt that the video is just the same.
The concept of the song is all about putting the coast (East side) on the map and this is done well with cutaways of the hood. It’s beautiful, authentic and well shot! Sean Trimz must be proud of the work he continuously puts out.
Watch the video below!
NEW VIDEO: AKA Drops Fully Monochrome Visuals For #FullyIn
Since dropping his highly anticipated third and last album, Touch My Blood, AKA has been on our lips. The album lives up to all the hype and so does the visuals that accompany it. Today, Supa Mega finally dropped the visuals for his latest single, Fully In.
What makes AKA an exceptional South African artist is not only his use of classic and nostalgic drum patterns and baselines in his music. Songs like Amen and Caiphus Song sound familiar and remind us of a time we have long forgotten. It is also not the use of vernac here and there. What makes him unique is his use of classic South African references in his rhymes.
Fully In is the 7th track to be taken off Touch My Blood and it’s the 3rd music video to come from AKA this year. The joint is about him being fully invested in himself, his music and the game. AKA is firmly on his game on this one with the chant-like hook and the on pace flow giving this song a vibrant feel.
Shot entirely in monochrome, the video is highly energetic and sees AKA engage and interact with the locals. The black and white aspect of it makes the video feel timeless yet contemporary feel.
Peep the video below!