When South Africa's very own superstar Toya DeLazy asked Egg Films' Kyle Lewis to take a break from directing commercials to help her bring 'Afro Rave' to the world, he happily obliged.
It is no coincidence that the last Friday of Women's month 2019, saw the release of Uga Carlini's latest directorial piece, a music video for actress and songster, Christia Visser titled Die Deur (The Door), for Select Music, Sony Music Africa.
Soka Ndoda is a music video which was shot around the Inanda Dam area in the beautiful rolling hills of Kwa Zulu Natal. The song lyrics encourage men to be circumcised.
Egg Films' Lebogang Rasethaba directed Money Calling, a new multi-format video which includes several TVCs and a music video featuring Nadia Nakai, Frank Casino and music producer Dellz.
The Colonie's Nathan Rodgers recently helped set the pace for Chicago rapper Towkio's music video, 'Symphony,' a new single dropped from the artist's debut album,'WWW.'
Bongeziwe Mabandla's latest music video offering "Bawo Wam" is feast of visual delight. The music video was both directed and shot by Rick Joaquim - An award-winning Cinematographer and Director of Photography based in Johannesburg.
Arcade Content's Kyle Lewis took some time out of advertising to direct Sebentin (Haters), Zakwe's eye-popping new music video featuring Cassper Nyovest and Musiholiq.
Arcade Content's Kyle Lewis has released his first international music video since signing to Black Dog Films for representation in the UK. Black Dog Films, the music video arm of RSA Films (Ridley Scott & Associates), also reps the likes of multiple Grammy and MTV VMA winner Jonas Akerlund.
Hip-Hop may not have been born in Africa, but the African influence runs deep, all the way to the rhythmic patterns used in traditional festive celebrations.
A voluptuous drag queen struts her stuff through the streets of Cape Town as her flamboyant wardrobe transforms in the The Kiffness's video "You Say You Love Me", which recently scooped up a SAMA nomination for Best Music Video. Director Quinton Lavery explains how the video came to life.
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