Last year in September, Kimberly born multifaceted vocalist lordkez released visuals for her single ‘Sunday’, a music video that’s an ode to family bonds, friendship, timeless class & lovely monochromatic tones. As the video’s timeline draws closer to it’s annual anniversary, we decided to revisit this classic visual and celebrate it as our #VideoOfTheMonth for this year’s September. Still keeping close to our hearts the common memories we share on this very special day.
Released in 2020, Dikeledi is the 4th track on Mpho Sebina’s 2nd album ‘Lora’. On the 25th of June, Mpho put out a music video for the song making it the 4th single from the sophomore album after Pula, Melodi & Dumelang.
Making it to the top of our selection as #VideoOfTheMonthJuly is Priddy Ugly’s new drop “SOIL”. The song evolves around South Africa’s well known cities and townships, and goes on to break down the various cultures and the norms around them.
[Watch]: William Last KRM ft. Dato Seiko & Fella- How It Feels (Official Music Video) | Video Of The Month
William Last KRM who’s emerged as a notable force in the music scene has been solidifying his place as a force to be reckoned with. His 14 track debut album titled after his name Willian, has sent been well received by music lovers all over the country.
Closure is the 3rd single off Lungelo Manzi’s album “Black Dog 3” after first releasing “Mister Mister” & “Sometimes”. It is the second song that Lungelo Manzi created a music video for after the lockdown released visuals of “Sometimes”. Keeping up with the optic mood, the video scenery is similar to the album’s imagery and overall, the Black Dog series.