Watch J Molley and Emtee’s Video for ‘Going Down’

J Molley and Emtee share the visuals for their collaborative single.

On what's an overdue collaboration, J Molley and Emtee connect for a banger that's easy to fall in love with. Both artists can sing as well as they rap, and on "Going Down" they exhibit both traits and the result is a potent single.


The song, which was released early this month, just got treated to visuals. Directed by J Molley himself, the video shows the two artists' performance scenes in different settings, from a movie theatre to what looks like a colonial military museum.

With "Going Down," Emtee makes yet another guest appearance which is part of an ongoing collaboration streak. Since leaving Ambitiouz Entertainment, Emtee has appeared on songs by the likes of Rouge, 25K, Focalistic and DJ Sliqe, among others.

The last time we spoke to J Molley, the young South African hip-hop artist told us he was releasing an album before the end of this year. It's not clear if the album is still coming out or if "Going Down" will be part of it.

J Molley has released two EPs Dreams Money Can Buy (2017) Leader of the Wave: a Playlist by J Molley (2018), and an album from him is the next step to formally introduce himself to the music industry.

Watch the music video for "Going Down" below and stream the song underneath:

J Molley - Going Down [Feat. Emtee] (Official Music Video) youtu.be



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