Watch Khuli Chana and Cassper Nyovest’s Music Video for ‘Ichu’

Khuli Chana shares the video for the lead single to his upcoming album.

The lead single to Khuli Chana's upcoming album just got treated to visuals. "Ichu," which has been out for two months, features fellow Mafikeng rapper Cassper Nyovest.


The song sees the two emcees play lyrical gymnastics over a fast-paced instrumental that allows for innovative flows from both of them.

The music video was directed by Nic Roux, shows a vigorous displays of dance moves and an impressive wardrobe for the protagonists and other characters.

"Ichu" is the lead single to Khuli Chana's upcoming album titled Planet of the Have Nots. It's the veteran South African rapper's third studio album. It will be the first release from Khuli since 2012's Lost in Time. In 2017, Khuli released an EP titled One Source. The emcee's 2011 debut album MotswakOriginator is a stone-cold South African hip-hop classic.

Features on Planet of the Have Nots will include the likes of A-Reece, Cassper Nyovest, TowdeeMac, Kaygizm and a few others. The album is currently available for pre-order, pre-save and pre-add on your preferred shop and streaming platform.

Watch the music video for "Ichu" below:

ICHU - KHULI CHANA FT CASSPER NYOVEST www.youtube.com



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