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PDK’s Wanna Love You visuals explained

Everything was thought out and it all compliments each other.

It is one of the hottest songs on their latest album Grateful. As usual, PDK delivered their upmost and on this one, they featured award-winning songbird Blossom and Brown Klaxic and came up with an afro-electric love song, Wanna Love You. The visuals were recently released on YouTube and we couldn’t help but note its unique features.
The love song was written by PDK and Blossom. The much relatable song speaks how to love and also takes one back to any love experience they have had.

“Love is close to all of us and we all love or have loved someone. It is about u willing to love somebody but that somebody could perhaps not be giving you that chance. Every time you try to come closer she/he keeps pulling away,” they say.

From the visuals, one can vividly notice the drip by PDK. The artists are dressed by designer synEdgy. The collaboration is indeed one to acknowledge as local acts are breaking boundaries and working together in between their industries.

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We are about to give you greatness

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The location of the video also stands out. The trio traveled to Luderitz to find the right scenes for the visuals and they found it. Wanna Love You was shot in locations that complement the lyrics and the song’s vibe.

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Perfect your craft but by all means be you

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“Luderitz and Diaz point in particular because the desert and Diaz point are places that are abandoned which is exactly how you feel, abandoned and deserted when you’re not granted a chance and you are distances apart with the person that you wanna love,” says the artists.

Check out the full story on youtube and let us know what you think!


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