It feels like no happenstance that the musically weighty giants of different panaches came unruffled to show levels to their lyrical skills. The lyrics and energy erect it all, Malawi has talent in abundance and given proper means and support, the world is bound to concede pyrotechnics coming from the hospitality nation, The Warm Heart of Africa Malawi, not Zambia, shame to Sawubona Magazine.
The audio sent its message and enjoyed countless free downloads on Malawi Music Website. Talking of downloads, we can always agree to disagree that there is no such a thing as free download. Think am lying? Check with TNM on how much they are making on those you term as ‘Free Downloads’, talk of another day.
The yet to be released Malinga Mafia video, Levels Remix, featuring Fredokiss, Martse, Malceba and Episodz has a great message to send to everyone who mistrusted the arty know-hows of local productions. Created by Director Sukez with inspiration from his HD Plus Creations Team, the video is clean and simple.
The use of altered coloured lights and strident shapes generate an alluringly good-looking world for the gorgeousness of the ingenuity. The whole affair is very dream-like – sequence after sequence of stream-of-consciousness images appears, deficient of context but still somehow making a grain of sense.
Taking baby steps towards mollycoddling the concept, we have Fredokiss, the Ghetto King in his Hollywood like advent, unmistakeably slaying all on celebrity balance. He is cajoled by suitable lighting and changeovers that makes you cemented to the screen, the case of meeting the dream girl along the hall way, not that there is sagacity in it, but it gives a link of how blameless the genesis verse is on HD with Levels’ juices of resourcefulness heightened by both the rapper’s activeness and the director’s eye for step.
Martse’s verse is no exclusion going all through to Malceba, Episodz and the Archaida General himself. The video accurately tallies to the agitation of realization in progress for Malawi Music Video’s revolution that has now swollen to its abounding length. The budget was good; no doubt about it and of course our boys have figured out how to get their ideas across while being economical aged with their concepts, once again, the budget was good.
I would be fallacious not to comment on the beauty it carries. Not just the production beauty, but the physical beauty inclusive. That having been said, I wish to express regret for my next sentence. The models were on point, drooling their virgin steps supporting the shy like faces, ostensibly in settlement that there are indeed levels to the video. One notable face is that of another songbird prevalently known as Spotless. Surely her make up budget may be negotiated to be at par with the whole video concept expenditure. Did I mention the elegant style of her dressing?
To cut the long story short, Level Remix video is the way to go. Congrats to everyone that took part towards its success. Exit gold chains enter flames, probably the new Sukez signature. All in all, it goes to quality without a vote. And it has Mandela Mwanza aka Third Eye with a cheap lighter, was he about to light one? Did I say Ganja? Watch out for the official release of the video. You will love Levels Remix.