Ghanaian rapper Dex Kwasi drops the visuals for "Africa (Trappin')," his tongue-in-cheek banger with FOKN Bois' Wanlov.
Fresh off the release of his debut LP, A.$.S: African Sex Symbol, Ghanaian rapper Dex Kwasi wastes no time in delivering a video for "Africa (Trappin')." Repping Ghana via Oklahoma City, the L.A.-based emcee enlists the help of his homies the FOKN Bois as M3NSA opens the video with a stripped down snippet of "One Day," a smoother cut off Kwasi's A.$.S record. Wanlov meanwhile, who contributes a stellar verse, pulls double duty as video director. Foregoing the ubiquitous crew shots and material excess present in most trap music videos, Dex Kwasi's posse consists of unbothered street vendors, kids and "a white bitch from South Africa" while a quick cameo from Sister Debbie rounds out the tongue-in-cheek video. Watch Dex Kwasi and the Kubolor Christ hit the streets of Accra in the video for the Loud Noyzproduced banger below.