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Watch The Music Video for ‘Come Alive’ by Frank Casino

Watch the rapper's latest music video for the single to his upcoming EP.

South African rapper Frank Casino and his boys are cruising through the streets of Joburg's north side in his latest music video. The song "Come Alive," is the first single from the MC's upcoming four-track EP Heroes of Tomorrow.


"Come Alive" is a jaunty trap banger that doesn't feel out of place in the catchy summer songs out now. The MC raps and sings about a woman who's "gonna get the D from the DM slide" and is his ride or die, but for now they ride.

The song's music video was directed by YeahLenzo, and features visual effects by Dan Robins. The video sees Frank Casino kick it with his boys, frolicking, playing pool and smoking hookah.

Watch the music video for "Come Alive" below, and pre-order/ pre-save the EP on your platform of choice. Heroes of Tomorrow is out November 9.

Frank Casino - Come Alive www.youtube.com


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