Watch DJ Speedsta’s New Music Video for ‘Oneida’ Featuring Una Rams, C Tea and Buffalo Soulja

DJ Speedsta shares new music video.

DJ Speedsta's new music video shows him and a lady friend enjoying some quality time together. Performance scenes of the South African hip-hop deejay's collaborators, Una Rams, C Tea and Buffalo Soulja, intercut with scenes of Speedsta and the lady surrounded by vegetation in what looks like a resort.


"Oneida" takes a lot of inspiration from Afro beats and is danceable, a perfect fit for the summer. The song is the lead single to DJ Speedsta's latest EP which is befittingly titled Palm Trees & Pretty Girls. The project consists of six songs that will teleport you to a world like the one where Speedsta and the model are in the music video for "Oneida."

R&B, Afrobeats and pop mesh with hip-hop on Palm Trees & Pretty Girls, creating a perfect soundtrack for the festive season. New and familiar names like Patty Monroe, B3nchMarQ, Rick Tyler and Kooldrink appear on Palm Trees & Pretty Girls.

The project is the second release from Speedsta in 2019. Earlier this year, he released a nine-track EP titled Bottlebrush Str.

Watch the music video for "Oneida" below and stream Palm Trees & Pretty Girls underneath:

DJ Speedsta, Oneida - Oneida ft. Una Rams, C Tea, Buffalo Soulja www.youtube.com




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