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Video: Driemanskap 'Izulu Lelam'

Driemanskap Izulu Lelam (Heaven is Mine) is the first visual cut from the Gugulethu conscious hip hop quartet's second album Hlala Nam.


"Izulu Lelam(Heaven is Mine) is the first visual cut from conscious hip hop quartet Driemanskap’s second album Hlala Nam. Shot and directed by Ari Kruger from Sketchbook Studios, the black-and-white clip centers on a wounded warrior, played by Vincent Ntunia, in his last moments before life leaves his body. “The message of the song” the crew’s record company Pioneer Unit says, “is that one day everyone will be free from the chains of hardship because heaven is a place that doesn’t discriminate between rich or poor, black or white.” Watch below.

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