- Zakes Bantwini features veteran actor John Kani in the music video for his smash hit, Osama
- The music producer took to social media recently to explain the concept behind the epic music video which dropped in late December
- Other popular stars such as DJ Shimza, DJ Sbu, Oskido and Blxckie also make an appearance in the song's cinematic visuals
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Zakes Bantwini has dropped the new music video for his hit Osama and it features legendary Mzansi actor John Kani. The Afrotech music producer took to social media to share a clip of himself explaining the concept behind the lit music video.
The song's cinematic visuals have been on high rotation on TV stations such as Channel O and MTV Base since he released it towards the end of December last year. According to TshisaLIVE, he captioned his clip:
"To some people this is a song, and to some this is a spiritual journey but to US this is a Film, OSAMA MUSIC Video OUT NOW, link in my bio."
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The likes of DJ Shimza, DJ Sbu, Oskido and rapper Blxckie, among other stars, also make cameo appearance in the video. Peeps took to the Zakes Bantwini's comment section to praise him for dropping a cool video.
"It connects me ne-underground gang, Camagu."
"The music video is so powerful yooh, even the way it started with Daddy John Kani saying, 'Son, remember who you are'. The song and the music is gonna be in the history of music."
"A work of art that speaks many tongues."
"Beyond greatness. Reminded me of the poem, 'I am an African. I owe my being to the hills and the valleys, the mountains and the glades, the rivers, the deserts, the trees, the flowers, the seas and the ever-changing seasons'."
"Zakes, you are the best in my book."
Zakes Bantwini drops lyrics to 'Osama'
In related news, Briefly News reported that Zakes Bantwini has finally released the lyrics to his smash hit, Osama. The song became an instant hit when the music producer played it at Kunye a few weeks back.
He even had to push the release date forward because his fans from across the globe couldn't wait for him to drop it on the date he had set.
After dropping the song, the star's fans had been asking him to share the lyrics to the song. At most grooves, people used to make up their own lyrics and sing along with his. He has finally saved those who mumbled through the banger.
Source: Briefly News