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Watch the Music Video for Major League DJz and Focalistic’s Amapiano Banger ‘Ndikuze’ Featuring Moonchild Sanelly, Kabza De Small and The Lowkeys

Major League DJz and Focalistic share visuals for 'Ndikuze.'

Focalistic and Moonchild Sanelly share an amapiano instrumental on "Ndikuze," a single by the Pretoria-based rapper and Major League DJz. The song also features contributions from amapiano stalwarts Kabza De Small and The Lowkeys.


Moonchild Sanelly's lyrics are littered with sexual innuendos and in the video, she shows off her booty, an action she has been trying to normalize since last year, even attempting to make it a viral challenge.

The influence of kwaito on Focalistic is evident in his verse, as he repeats many of his lines and delivers them with plenty of spaces in between. Focalistic is deliberate in his representation of the hood in his music, hence the kwaito and amapiano ingredients in his sound.

The slogan "Ase trap tse ke pina tsa ko kasi" which he repeats in almost every song of his and those he appears in point to that, too. In 2019, Focalistic and Major League DJz released an EP of the same name and one that was dominantly amapiano.

Watch the music video for "Ndikuze" below and stream the song underneath.

MAJOR LEAGUE & FOCALISTIC NDIKUZE FT. MOONCHILD, KABZA DE SMALL & THE LOWKEYS (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO) youtu.be


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