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REVIEW: PDK’s Saka visuals a sweet trip down memory lane

From the fashion to the choreography and the visuals, PDK get it right once again with Saka music video.

The best 4:14 minutes of your day would probably be spent watching the recently dropped music video by PDK featuring King Elegent, TopCheri, and Athawise. The video is such a creative well it is no wonder that having being released only five hours ago, it is nearing into 10K views on YouTube already.

The Saka video shot by Imagination Studio in Chopsis, the vintage-inspired (shout out to the Sequel, Gweri Socks and Smart Fashion) music video takes you into an early world age where music and dance are used to bring about peace. All artists brought in all their different personalities into one video, something that hasn’t been pulled off in a while.

The heavily choreographed video whose title literally means get down in dance features a little boy cranking all the moves I wish I could do is so fire (lit) that you can’t sit still while you watch it. The Michael Jackson inspired story line that was nailed on the head sees the little boy being chased by the mob and he eventually ends up of the dance floor with everyone else. Perhaps Chopsis got a little too tight for all the dancers to fully show off their moves and the beautiful vintage garments but they made it look alright, like a tight knit cool situation.

All in all the story is magnificent, the scenes are astonishing, the music is incredible and overall the clip is fun and the fact that it takes us back to the good old days is a real spectacle.


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