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Don Design's Visuals For 'Python' Featuring AKA and Moozlie Showcase #SoftLife Aesthetic

Don Design has released bold visuals for 'Python' featuring AKA and Moozlie that celebrates living the super soft life.

Don Design has released visuals for hit debut single "Python" featuring Supa Mega himself, AKA and Moozlie. The hip-hop newcomer comes with guns blazing in this visual spectacle directed by YangaChief. AKA does not disappoint in "Python" and the visuals are a must see.


"Python" visuals are the soft life aesthetic that has one drooling to secure the bag. Visuals of private jets and super cars are treated with 90's video editing techniques of transitioning between scenes. Don Design is laid back in a convertible while AKA, sporting a dope man bun, drops in the scene with the big energy his known for.

Moozlie stands out with her bold lyrics and bold fashion which bring the video to life. Don Design, AKA and Moozlie pose a triple threat of drip, beats and swag in this latest musical instalment that Black Twitter made to trend. #SoftLife started on Twitter as part of Black Twitter's emancipatory rhetoric to reclaim luxury and leisure as a right and not a privilege. A law dropout, Don Design has his finger on South Africa's hip-hop's pulse with this track and its accompanying visuals.

"Python" was released in the middle of lockdown in June under #releasethepython on Twitter and it instantly became a hit. Don Design's hip-hop debut is a sharp but successful turn from a career in broadcasting. In an interview with Slikour, he explains that his close relationship with AKA formed after they met at one of Supa Mega's live shows. The duo have been working together behind the scenes since.

Watch "Python" on Youtube.

Don Design ft. AKA & Moozlie - Python (Official Music Video) www.youtube.com

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