Watch pH Raw X and Sho Madjozi’s Video for ‘Ibeballinho’

pH Raw X and Sho Madjozi share the visuals for their collaborative single.

In July, pH Raw X and Sho Madjozi released a promising single titled "Ibeballinho." On the song, the two rappers share a catchy trap beat with a quaking bassline, which they lace with fitting raps.

The recently released visuals for the song complement it well. pH and Sho Madjozi look on the video as happy as they sound on the song, especially the latter, who's known for her lively and light-hearted raps.


pH shoots some hoops in a court before he joins Sho Madjozi for a cruise in a vintage Mercedes SLK in the video which is directed by Kyle White.

pH and Sho Madjozi's relationships goes back years, as the young rapper has been working with the veteran producer and rapper in her solo music. Her debut album, 2018's Limpopo Champions League was mostly produced by pH.

Sho Madjozi and pH are both originally from Limpopo and share a home language, XiTsonga, which they use in most of their music, including "Ibeballinho."

It's not clear if pH is working towards a full length album, which will be a follow-up to his 2017 projects Thank God and The Break.

Watch the music video for "Ibeballinho" below:

pH Raw X - Ibeballinho (feat. Sho Madjozi) [Official Video] www.youtube.com


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The 10 Best Ghanaian Songs of the Month (September)

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In September 2020, Ghana's most talented artists and producers came through as usual, and blessed us with several songs that have been the soundtrack of our month. Debut projects, international collaborations and more were dished out, so here we give you the cream of the crop. Check out our best Ghanaian songs of the month below!

Follow our GHANA WAVE playlist on Spotify here and Apple Music here.

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