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Tswazis takes us to church with Pray visuals

Music videos remain one of the most powerful ways an artist can express themselves when the mic is taken away as it shows their words in pictures.


One who showed us that they can shake our emotions both with their words and their visuals are Tswazis. The detail-oriented video is definitely captivating and a must watch. It just goes to show how our artists are investing greatly in their arts and are committed to giving us nothing but the best when it comes to their work.

We couldn’t help but appreciate the latest video by Tswazis from their latest album Critical but Stable. The visuals for song Prayer really clap hard and it is indeed one for the wins.

The song Pray is inspired by their day to day life and speaks about what people go through in general. Given their Christian background, Tswazis made the song to give thanks to God for what he provides for them.


The elegiac visuals for Pray show intimate scenes of grief. Natural disaster victims are seen left having to deal with the aftermath of their houses being washed away, missing relatives and nothing to eat. In another scene, aid is seen coming to help the victims. It is a reminder that despite what you are going through, God and prayer can be your solace.

“This song is actually inspired by our daily life, What we go through as human beings and how God is always coming through for us, We always pray before anything we do, we bother came from Christian families and we were brought up in that way that’s why we believe in Prayer and we just wanted to thank God through our music and also motivate everyone else to stay in Prayer and be thankful for the little that they have. The song is about thanking God for everything that he provides,” they said.

The video is available on YouTube and is currently over 4000 views.


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