- AKA has cast professional actors for his Finessin' music video
- AKA has been sharing behind-the-scenes pics from the video shoot on his social media pages
- Thembinkosi Mthembu and Lorraine Moropa have bagged leading roles in Supa Mega's music video
AKA has hired professional actors to star in his upcoming music video for his track titled Finessin'. Supa Mega recently been using his social media platforms to share behind-the-scenes footage from the video shoot.
According to entertainment commentator Phil Mphela, Mega has cast Thembinkosi Mthembu and Lorraine Moropa for leading roles in the music video. Phil shared a few snaps from the video shoot and captioned his post:
"CASTING NEWS: Thembinkosi Mthembu & Lorraine Moropa in AKA project. The actors are starring in the rapper’s upcoming music video for his hit track Finessin’, from his 2020 album Bhovamania. AKA will also be showcasing some acting chops in the video."
Thembinkosi has appeared in TV productions such as The River and The Gamechangers. Lorraine is famous for her role on drama series, Lithapo.
Social media users have shared that they can't wait to watch the video when it finally drops. Mega has not shared when he will release the project. @khens_b reacted to Phil's post:
"For reals!? I'd love to see it, I think it would be awesome to watch."
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA is about to drop a new music video. The Fela In Versace rapper took to social media on Monday, 1 February and shared snaps from his music video shoot.
Supa Mega shared dope pics showcasing some of the scenes from the upcoming video of his song titled Finessin'. The video will feature lots of cars and fans will get to see AKA fixing a car. Finessin' is taken off AKA's latest album called Bhovamania.
The star's fans have taken to his comment section to share that the video will have that Fast & Furious vibe to it. Many of Mega's fans shared that judging from the pics, the music video will be like a "whole movie". A tweep @wise30152072 wrote:
"From the pictures alone it be looking like a whole movie."
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