Watch Solo’s Music Video for ‘Two by Two’

The video shows highlights from Solo's wedding.

This morning, Solo shared the visuals for "Two by Two," the lead single to the South African rapper's latest album C.Plenty.Dreams.

"Two by Two" features BETR Gang member, Solo's long-time collaborator and producer, Buks. "Two by Two" sees the rapper open up about his admiration for his wife and admits he will always seek guidance from his parents.


The song's visuals are fitting, as they are essentially a highlight video for Solo and his wife Dineo Langa's wedding. The wedding was turned into a three-part TV special on 1Magic last month.

The video shows scenes from both Solo's traditional and western ceremonies. The viewer of the music video will be able to relive the series of ceremonies in the clip which lasts for three minutes and some change.

C.Plenty.Dreams, Solo's latest album, is the last entry in a trilogy that explores Solo's journey in real life and in the industry. C.Plenty.Dreams follows .Dreams.A.Plenty (2014) and .Dreams.A.Plenty (2017), and focuses on Solo's family, marriage, spirituality, money and success.

Read our in-depth interview with Solo about C.Plenty.Dreams here and watch the music video for "Two by Two" below:

Solo - Two By Two ft. Buks www.youtube.com

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