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See King Tee Dee dance in his first music video You!

King Tee Dee once again shows that good music isn’t enough to stand out and shows off his creativity in You music video.

It’s a good Friday for the music industry today as King Tee Dee has finally blessed us with his first music video since his name change. The music video of single You has been not even on YouTube for an hour and it’s doing great in terms of views! Also, it seems like the Mshasho founder had some dancing lessons and he wasn’t shy of showing his moves off his Legwork and what a jol!

You visuals are colorful, playful and we can’t help but gag over the video. Shoot by one of the best videographer in the land of the brave who also went international lately Reggie Films, the two really paid attention to detail bringing life to the song.

In the video which has over 3000 views in less than an hour, the singer and video vixen are seen dripping in Mshasho swag, putting the lyrics of the song into action.

In a tweet prior the release, King Tee Dee previously known as The Dogg said thanked his wife for dressing him for the video and we also want to thank her for putting everything together, making the video extra crisp!


The video has fans in the comments section praising the king for is continuous great work, killer video, and good music video. Some have started a petition to get the video to a million views already. At this rate, all is possible and we are all for it. King Tee Dee says he will keep releasing fire work until people get tired of telling him to retire. We will definitely be art of this journey of taking Mshasho to the people.



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