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Watch Gemini Major and Tellaman’s Music Video for ‘Issa Vibe’

Gemini Major shares the music video for 'Issa Vibe.'

Gemini Major's new single "Issa Vibe" is, well, a vibe. The song references 80s' dance music and is guaranteed to make you get down. The video shows Gemini Major and his collaborator Tellaman living carefree with a bunch of friends. Sticking to the 80s aesthetic, the video is colorful and there is a lot of dancing.


"Issa Vibe" is a single to Gemini Major's upcoming EP, which has no title yet. A solo project from Gemini Major since his peak has been long overdue. The impact he has made in the past three years or so is impossible to overlook. From producing mega hits such as "Sidlukotini," "Tito Mboweni," "StarSigns" and a whole lot more, appearing on many hits and releasing his own, he has grown from just another aspiring up-and-comer to an A-lister of note.

Watch the music video for "Issa Vibe" below.

Gemini Major - Issa Vibe [Feat. Tellaman] (Official Music Video) www.youtube.com

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