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Watch MOONGA K.’s ‘Who’s it gonna be?” featuring. PHFAT) [Emotion Picture]

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“who’s it gonna be?” you ask? It definitely has to be Moonga whose new music, visuals and everything is next level, outer-terrestrial and all the tags deserving on this unbelievable talent. These visuals are so beautiful, so emotive and you can tell that a lot of work went into it as evidenced by the very long cast/crew that appear on the credits (see below video). For now, just press play and enjoy

written & directed by: WARD cinematography: deon van zyl produced by: nick voortman production design: wendy fredriksson edited by: xander vander vfx artist: gavin coetzee at wicked pixel colourist: joseph bicknell at company 3 casting director: hana jayne sho title design: daniel ting chong costume design: unathi mkonto wardrobe assistant: sharon nobuhle nxam make up: alice coloriti hair: kelvin takudzwa hair & make-up assistant: monique gazzilli executive producer: emma lundy production manager: machon du toit production coordinator: ashleigh denett cast coordinator: asher daniel production company: giant films production assistant: eyad zarandah choreographer: luke de kock stunt coordinators: gideon schoor & craig ginsberg focus puller / loader: mark van zyl trainee: tafadzwa pasi dit: michael rixen gaffer: bernie de wet bb lights: nathan erasmus spark: steven samson spark: brian thompson key grip: stephen knipe bb grips: zane kassiem props assistant: tobias linders sfx technicians: hermie venter & delon baatjies club light techs: lindsay barton, willem coetzer & kenny beverley led dimmer tech: gideon naude unit assist: cyprian obase medic / covid-19 safety: michael du plooy catering team leader / driver: khanyise mangweni catering assist: sipho manjezi craft team leader: chantel sithole craft driver: desy suweni

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Watch Mpho Sebina’s “Tshepo” Official Visualiser, featuring Palesa Molefhe

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In something that is truly a celebration of Mpho’s and other women’s womanhood, she drops “tshepo”, a song which draws inspiration from the legendary Trio, Dalom Kids. Their iconic song “Ditsala Tsame”, released in 1995 and produced by musical maestro Dan Tshanda, serves as the foundation for Mpho’s soulful composition. The song is rooted in her personal journey of overcoming loss and grief. Through her music, she channels emotions into a powerful expression of strength and resilience. The visualiser features former Miss Botswana – Palesa Molefhe, shot in a black and white setting. Enjoy

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William Last KRM Elevates His Brand with New Hit “Today” Featuring Lindough

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William Last KRM continues to excel in everything he undertakes, consistently pushing forward since embracing music as a core element of his pop culture brand. The video for “Today” exudes a vibe reminiscent of Tinto, showcasing a perfect blend of dance, vocals, and rap that William masterfully delivers. This track is poised to elevate his brand even further this year. Don’t miss out—watch William Last KRM ft. Lindough in “Today” (Official Music Video) by Remmogo Visuals.

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Marvin – MECCA ft. Dlozinyana, StaxXx, Sphinx (Official Music Video)

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“Mecca” is a fun anthem from Marvin, featuring Dlozinyana, StaxXx, and Sphinx. The track, rooted in Jwaneng—a mining town in Botswana affectionately dubbed “Mecca”—is a testament to the boys’ ambition to shine like diamonds from a young age. With the chorus “Ntwana ya Mecca,” they emphasize their origins and determination.

The song is filled with energetic shout-outs and showcases the collective’s resolve to raise the bar in the music scene. They are here to make a statement, and they do so with precision, hitting every mark without missing a beat. The music video, captures the essence of their journey and their unwavering drive to succeed with visuals live from Jwaneng.

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