To the extent the standard of music recordings go, South Africa has been increasing present expectations over the most recent few years and Kwesta’s music video for his hit track, Spirit featuring US rapper Wale may have quite recently kicked it up to another level.
The single, which is from Kwesta’s up and coming collection, dropped in 2017 to enormous praise.
It talks about the versatile souls of South African individuals and the visuals in the video do Kwesta’s message justice.
The music video is pressed with pictures and may appear to be bunched on the off chance if one doesn’t focus.
On account of the numerous ways the term ‘soul’ can be deciphered, there were numerous bearings Kwesta could have taken and he investigated a couple. The rapper endeavors to indicate what ‘soul’ intends to South Africans and where we get that from.
There are pictures of water baptism, diverse religious gatherings and traditional healers. Kwesta flaunts his kasi and features a portion of the social issues SA has confronted and one of the scenes demonstrates a young fellow burning the old Apartheid flag.
The vedio depicts the everyday life of most South Africans, there are hustlers, taxi drivers, spaza shops and every day people working hard for their families in the video.
At that point you see different pictures of youngsters with their vodkas (spirit, see what he did there?) and nguds (obviously that would be in there).
Kwesta additionally wears the number 11 shirt with Ngobese composed on the back, in memory generally soccer player Emmanuel ‘Scara’ Ngobese. Scara was a soccer star from the rapper’s hood and was a kasi saint to many including Kwesta.
Be that as it may, the music video doesn’t lose its hip-hop energy. Kwesta still gives you kasi swag with a cool games auto and some bling for the way of life.
#SpiritMusicVideo is plainly one for the books!
Watch the music video here: