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Rae Sremmurd Travel To South Africa In The Video For 'This Could Be Us'

Atlanta rap duo Rae Sremmurd party across Johannesburg in the South Africa-shot video for "This Could Be Us," off their SremmLife LP.


Atlanta rap outfit Rae Sremmurd, the sibling duo behind last year's massive singles "No Flex Zone" and "No Type," travel to South Africa in the latest video for their SremmLife track "This Could Be Us." The Max & Michael Illiams-directed music video follows brothers Swae Lee and Slim Jimmy as they break up with their girlfriends back home over Facetime and proceed to go out around Johannesburg. The visuals see the pair visiting Nelson Mandela Square, partying in the city's nightclubs and (of course) swinging South African flags in a wildlife reserve.

Rae Sremmurd will be playing the upcoming 8th Annual Roots Picnic in Philadelphia on May 30 alongside Erykah Badu & The Roots, The Weeknd, A$AP Rocky, Phantogram, Hiatus Kaiyote and many more. Watch the Rae Sremmurd South Africa-shot music video for "This Could Be Us" below. Johannesburg: what other spots would you have recommended Rae Sremmurd to shoot their video in?

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Tekno Recruits Mafikizolo in New Remix of 'Enjoy' & Music Video

Tekno has dropped the remix to 'Enjoy' featuring South African Afropop duo, Mafikizolo. The Nigerian artist has also shared the vibrant accompanying visuals for the remix.

Tekno has recently dropped the remix to his upbeat and electric single "Enjoy" which was released towards the end of last year. The Nigerian artist has now enlisted South African Afropop duo, Mafikizolo, who have added their signature flair to both the remix itself and the accompanying visuals. The remix comes after Tekno's most recent single "Kata" which dropped last year as well as his debut 14-track album, Old Romance.
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