Malawi’s gospel hip hop heavyweight Suffix premiered the much anticipated video for his Mkazi Wakumwamba hit song yesterday on local television stations.
The song that features guitar wizard, Faith Mussa, forms inseparable partnership with its fresh visuals. This meets the public’s expectations as only a catchy video can be expected from an audio that is music to the ear.
In the video, the duo embraces old fashion starting from setting to costume. However, this does very little to steal the visuals’ vibe with more flavour added. The artists look smart in their ‘ancient’ outfit which has been complemented by the song’s immaculate message.
The old models of vehicles, the kraal, and the structures design in the video make its every second enjoyable, no wander it was requested many times, just a few minutes after premiering.
The visuals which are free from indecent dancing, have the collaborating duo taking the responsibility in a simple manner. The only cameo, by KBG who is also a hip hop gospel artist, can be hardly noticed as he keeps it cool while leaning on the old model of a vehicle in his traditional attire.
The most important part of the video is that it brings to light an example of a heavenly woman that Suffix is looking for with the help of Faith Chemuphuwa Mussa.