Black Sherif – KWAKU The Traveller Music Video / Reaction.
Black Sherif drops music video for his most anticipated anthem “Kwaku The Traveller”.
The visual is as cinematic just as how the music is dope. This masterpiece is a production work of Joker Nharnah and was directed by David Nicol-Sey.
Reaction On Black Sherif’s Kwaku The Traveller Music Video.
This is the kind of videos music lovers and many entertainment critics have always yearn for.
Black Sherif played a cinematic role in the “Kwaku The Traveller” music video. All the elements used in the music video were on point.
The beginning of the video showcased Sherif’s face with different emotions and actions taking place in his eyes. The fire which was seen burning in his eyes represented the wild life he lived on the streets. The whole action in his eyes represented the entire video concept, as the name depicts, Kwaku The Traveller.
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Black Sherif’s fork exhibition in the Kwaku The Traveller video represented the word play, “Who never fvcked up, hands in the air”. In his illustration, the action word “fvck” (verb) and the object “fork” (noun) are the word play.
In the subsequent scene, it was assumed that Blacko was queried with loads of issues so he had to addressed the press and give answers to what might be considered as rumors and fact.
After Sherif was done addressing most of the queries by the press he had to continue his journey, that is where his traveling bag played that major role as a Traveller.
The next scene was where we saw Black Sherif with female prayer warriors, it is believed that in the persistent chase of money, the character, Black Sherif needed spiritual backings both to seek forgiveness and strength to make it in his journey as an ambitious Traveller, yes indeed ambitious KWAKU The Traveller.
The rest of the scenes in Black Sherif’s KWAKU The Traveller music video is assumed to be the activities Black Sherif embarked in the chase of money – the good, ugly and bad associations.
The director David Nicol-Sey did a great job on Black Sherif’s music Project. He deserves some accolades right? Sigh…
KWAKU The Traveller music video was Simple with a structural cinematic concept.
This music talks about the street and yes the video depicted the lyrics.
Costume for the video shoot was on point.
Black Sherif played his role very well
Video editing and graphics was so on point, less I forgot, the drone shot was very beautiful.
NB: The only thing that could have been adjusted is the outro. A summarized statement to advise viewers on the journey of life and why they should avoid certain immoral acts like arm robbery, stealing, amongst others that was exhibited in the music video.
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