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CITY PRESS REVIEW: The return of Khuli Chana

2017-02-19 06:01
Khuli Chana (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Rapper Khuli Chana is on the verge of releasing his One Source EP. It’s his first album in three years and features the hit single All Hail.

“I swerve back real king-like,” he raps, without a doubt the truth following the "Motswak-Origina-tor’s" recent experimental phase after the award-winning success of Lost in Time.

The video, featuring Cassper Nyovest and Klerksdorp rapper Maglera Doe Boy (MBD) can be summed up as a firm king’s speech from the Iron Throne, kicking off with a famous Shakespeare quote: “Cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war.” The vintage war visuals are striking and add more gravitas to the powerful song.

Directed by the talented Kyle Lewis – who’s made videos for Riky Rick, Nyovest and Tumi – the video shows the effect war and violence has on the world.

Khuli has grown immensely as an artist, flawlessly incorporating visual art into his work. 

#GrammysAreAbsolut I am so inspired ????

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