Manu WorldStar Shares Fire Visuals for ‘Choko’

Manu WorldStar releases visuals for hit single 'Choko'.

Manu WorldStar continues trailblazing with the latest visual release for hit single "Choko" off debut album Molimo.

"Choko" music video portrays the hustle and bustle Johannesburg is known for. The video is simple, crisp and celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit espoused by most inhabitants in Joburg, Berea which is the multicultural hotspot the artist grew up in.


The Congolese born South African Afropop hitmaker is a storyteller who is proud of his heritage and "never-die spirit". The video starts out in an aerial view of Manu WorldStar kitted out in fresh earthy Congolese fabric prints and follows the day in the life of a hustler where money is constantly exchanged.

"Choko" is local slang for money, usually attributed to the South African 20 rand note for its brown chocolate colour. Towards the end of the video Manu WorldStar sits on his bicycle and counts stacks of notes including 20 rand notes. This video is just the kicker one needs to get over the week and is sure to become a hustler's mantra.

"Choko" is the hit single from debut album Molimo which dropped two weeks ago. Anatii, Gemini Major, Aubrey Qwana, Focalistic, Rouge, Rowlene and $pacely feature on the album.

Watch the music video for "Choko" by Manu WorldStar on YouTube.

Manu WorldStar - Choko (Official Music Video) www.youtube.com

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