Kyle Lewis Directs Eye-popping Zakwe Music Video Featuring Cassper Nyovest & Musiholiq

Arcade Content’s Kyle Lewis took some time out of advertising to directSebentin (Haters), Zakwe’s eye-popping new music video featuring Cassper Nyovest and Musiholiq.

Nasty C’s Bad Hair, Kyle’s previous music video for Mabala Noise, topped the Apple Music charts and won a string of accolades, including the highest award in the music video category at this year’s Loerie Awards and the Visible Spectrum Award for the best cinematography of the year.

Shot in ominous black and white by DOP Pierre De Villiers, Sebentin has all the trademarks of another Kyle Lewis classic, from Kaley Meyer’s startling styling to Stephen du Plessis’s rapid-fire edit, but the real joy is in watching three of South Africa’s best rappers trying to one-up each other.

It’s another breakthrough for Zakwe, the Durban rapper who’s opened for Kanye West and won Best Lyricist at the SA Hip Hop Awards, Best Hip Hop Artist at the Metro FM Awards, and Best Vernacular Hip Hop at the South African Traditional Music Awards, not to mention five SAMA nominations.

What the fans are saying on YouTube

“Who raps like Sakwe in SA? No one. This guy is untouchable.” Sydwell Mokoena

“The track mint, the video mint… and this has got to be collab of the year finish and klaar.” Senzosenkosi Maqhawe

“Contender for best collaboration 2017” Ncedo Tshongwe

“One of the best collaborations.” Katiso Tiso

“Definitely contender for ‘Best Collabo’ 2017…!” Ntembeko Sika

“Kyle Lewis is the greatest to ever do it in SA.” Blacksoul Siziba

“This video is pure art.” Jay Jay Rockstar

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