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Watch Black Coffee's Paris-Shot Video For "I'll Find You" Ft. Cara Frew

Watch South African house DJ/producer Black Coffee's unsettling Paris-shot video for "I'll Find You," featuring SA vocalist Cara Frew.


Last month we reported on South African DJ/producer Black Coffee's latest offering, "I'll Find You," a tense yet dancey new song featuring SA singer Cara Frew. The Soulistic house heavyweight has now revealed the visuals for that track. Directed by Justin Campos (E.L. "Ayayaa"), the Paris-shot video reads initially as a cautionary tale of romantic obsession, with Frew searching the streets and clubs of a lonely city for a distant man (played by Black Coffee). By the time the last shot of a dazed Frew comes, though, the video quickly emerges as an elegy for lost love. "I'll Find You" is the first single of Black Coffee's forthcoming sixth studio album, due early next year. Watch the video below. For more from Black Coffee, watch Okayafrica TV's recap of our South African house bash at SummerStage in Central Park, NYC.

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